The Aurora Theatre brings to the Western New York special events throughout the year. From free family films to live concerts, The Aurora Theatre is much more than a movie theatre.
A Well Crafted Weekend !
Come to East Aurora and enjoy a “Well Crafted Weekend!”
Shop in locally owned shops offering one of a kind gifts, clothing and more.
Dine in one of our many unique restaurants offering everything.
Experience the fun of an old fashioned five and dime or a movie in a vintage theatre.
Tour one of our two National Historic landmarks or Museums or play in one of our many parks.
And in the evening, take in live music and drinks at a local bar or pub.
There is something for everyone @East Aurora!
East Aurora-a small town with historic charm and a big city feel.
The Rocky Horror Picture Show
Saturday October 26th
The Aurora Theatre brings to the big screen fun to the Halloween
The Rocky Horror Picture Show
Tickets are $12.00 and can be purchased on-line or at the box office soon.
War of the Worlds The Legacy Continues
Wednesday October 30th
The Aurora Theatre brings to the more big screen fun to the Halloween
WKBW radio’s 1968 version of H.G Wells “War of the Worlds”, considered the most famous radio broadcast in Buffalo history, will again be the focus this Halloween with the screening of the documentary “WKBW Radio’s War of the Worlds, The Legacy Continues” at the historic Aurora Theatre Wednesday October 30th at 7 PM.
The documentary screening at the Aurora Theatre on the 30th will be followed by a live Q & A featuring WBEN personality and Hall of Fame broadcaster Sandy Beach along with fellow Hall of Fame inductee Pat Feldballe. The night will be hosted by veteran broadcaster and documentary producer Bob Koshinski, owner of All Services WNY and sponsored by the Buffalo/Niagara Film Office.
The production reveals the challenges faced by the late Jeff Kaye in creating a radio classic that caused a minor panic in WNY and has been touted as one of the finest re-telling of the H.G Wells sci-fi classic. Interviews done in 1989 with Kaye, Irv Weinstein, Jim Fagan and Dan Kriegler, all involved in the 1968 broadcast on WKBW radio are featured. Also, in the documentary are iconic radio legends Sandy Beach, Dan Neaverth, John Zach, Feldballe, Jim Pastrick, Tom Atkins and 97 Rock’s John Hager.
Buy tickets here.
The 2019 Schedule will be announce soon!
Holidays at The Aurora Theatre are a very special time. From the day after Thanksgiving to New Year’s Day, the Aurora Theatre brings families and friends together to enjoy free classic holiday films and a one of a kind display of original props, costumes and more from the movie “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” (2000).
The Aurora Theatre is proud to support independent and aspiring film maker both locally and beyond. We have played host numerous screening including “The Great Chicken Wing Hunt,” “The American Made Movie” and more. We are also supporters of the East Aurora Film Academy and play host to their annual film festival.