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Extraordinary Cinema Experience

The Flying Monkey is proud to feature all types of cinema presentations. Our goal is to present films as a way to entertain New Hampshire audiences of all ages, not only by presenting many classic flicks that should be seen on the big screen, but also by exposing audiences to a variety of genres and topics.  Over the last few years we have developed a diverse program of independent films, documentaries, classics, children and family movies, silent films, and local film projects.

Each month we host a classic silent film series, digitally re-mastered films with guest accompanist Jeff Rapsis bringing the film to life with live music, we suspect just as it was when The Plymouth Theatre was originally built. Whether it’s the first time or the 50th, there is nothing quite like seeing a movie on the big screen.

We feature a state-of-the art audio system and digital projection equipment and inclined theatre seating. Our concession stand offers beer, wine, coffee and snacks in addition to our great popcorn and soda offerings.

Upcoming Films     



  CITY OF GOLD
  Thursday, May 5 - 6:30pm 
  Flying Film Series


 Expanded Concessions: Hot Dogs, Fresh Popcorn with variety of flavorings, Common Man Candy, Beer, Wine, and all our other terrific offerings.

Filmmaker Laura Gabbert follows Pulitzer Prize-winning food critic Jonathan Gold as he explores the culinary culture of Los Angeles. Gold was one of the first critics to review small, family-owned ethnic restaurants with as much care as the reviews done about haute cuisine establishments of Beverly Hills. With a stroke of his pen, Gold changed the lives of countless recent immigrants cooking the food of their homelands. 

WATCH TRAILER

Tickets are $10, $6.50 for seniors, and will be available at the box office 30 minutes before show time.

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  PATHS TO PARADISE (1925) & HANDS UP (1926)
  Thursday, May 12 - 6:30pm 
  Silent Film Series


 Expanded Concessions: Hot Dogs, Fresh Popcorn with variety of flavorings, Common Man Candy, Beer, Wine, and all our other terrific offerings.

Silent film with live musical accompaniment by Jeff Rapsis. A double feature of films starring Raymond Griffith, a talented comic who at one time rivaled Chaplin and Keaton in the silent comedy pantheon. See why in two crackerjack comedies that Griffith in top form: one a fast-paced jewel heist caper, the other a battle of wits between competing spies during the Civil War.

Admission: $10 per person. Tickets available at the door night of show

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  THE WINNING OF BARBARA WORTH (1926)
  Thursday, June 9 - 6:30pm 
  Silent Film Series


 Expanded Concessions: Hot Dogs, Fresh Popcorn with variety of flavorings, Common Man Candy, Beer, Wine, and all our other terrific offerings.

Silent film with live musical accompaniment by Jeff Rapsis. Epic Western drama about the settling and irrigation of California's Imperial Valley, once a wasteland but now an agricultural paradise. Shot on location by director Henry King in Nevada's Black Rock desert, one of the first films to take audiences to the wide open spaces of the great American West. With a young Gary Cooper playing a key role.

Admission: $10 per person. Tickets available at the door night of show

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