Salvation Army 125th Anniversary Weekend Flint Citadel Band Matthew Rowland, Bandmaster With Special Guest Chicago Staff Band Dr. Harold Burgmayer, Conductor
A compelling performance by Diane Kruger anchors a thriller about a woman whose life falls apart when her husband and son are killed in a bomb attack. Her quest for vengeance pushes her toward the edge in a provocative drama inspired by real-life German political happenings. This won the Golden Read more…
Join us at our 2018/2019 Season Announcement Celebration at The Capitol Theatre! We will be announcing our new season – and maybe even a few shows that will be coming to The Capitol! Make sure you RSVP by calling the ticket center at 810-237-7333! Doors open at 5:30PM
In order to showcase the work being done at Factory Two and support Flint’s growing community of makers, we are launching MAKE THE SPACE, our annual fundraiser and membership drive. A limited number of tickets are available for this signature event, held in one of the most unique spaces in Read more…
Flint is quickly becoming a destination for food lovers! Flint Restaurant Week is the perfect time to explore new restaurants or revisit your favorites. Pick up your passport for free at any participating restaurant, and learn more about us by following us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
In the early 1960s during the Vatican II era, a woman from humble beginnings becomes drawn into the mystery and romanticism of a life devoted to worship. But this nun in training struggles with issues of faith, sexuality, and a changing church. Margaret Qualley and Oscar winner Melissa Leo lead Read more…
When Peter Rabbit ventures into Farmer McGregor’s garden, despite his mother’s warning, his adventures begin. From the moment Peter loses his little blue coat to Farmer McGregor’s scarecrow until he arrives safe and sound at home, this classic tale is brought charmingly to life.
REGISTRATION REQUIRED Leveraging cultural diversity to help Flint businesses thrive in a global marketplace. Speakers: Dr Scott Page (Author and professor at UM-Ann Arbor) and Mr Rodrick Miller (Newly appointed Economic Development Director for the City of Flint)
Back by popular demand! Black Violin is the blend of classical, hip-hop, rock, R&B, and bluegrass music. Live, they are accompanied by their band, featuring ace turntable whiz DJTK (Dwayne Dayal) and a drummer.
The unconventional life of Chavela Vargas — a sad, fiery legend of Latin American song — is recalled by those who knew the singer, Pedro Almodóvar among them. The Austin (Texas) Chronicle calls this “an eye-opening primer on an intoxicating performer about whom too little is known.”