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The Clyde Theatre Still Closed

As COVID-19 continues to race through the world, the country, the state, and the county, The Clyde Theatre remains closed. According to the Governor’s orders, we could open with 50% of our seats filled — so long as we maintain social distancing within the theatre. Unfortunately, allowing for appropriate social distancing would only let MORE >
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The Clyde is Temporarily Closing as of March 17

Dear Clyde Theatre community, In an effort to limit the transmission vectors in the community, we’ll be closing The Clyde Theatre starting Tuesday, March 17. This closure will continue for at least three weeks. We had already discussed taking this step when we heard that the SW schools came to the same decision. We and the school district fee MORE >
From the Balcony

Oscar Winners at The Clyde

This was another good year for favorites at The Clyde collecting little gold men. Not only did Best Picture and Best Director (and 2 other Oscar-winning) movie The Shape of Water play here twice to enthralled crowds, but we showed the Best Actress (Frances McDormand in Three Billboards — twice), Best Actor (Gary Oldman in Darkest Ho MORE >
Clyde News

Candy Prices Going Up

It’s that time again. It’s been years now, but costs continue to increase, and while we like to keep our snack bar prices as low as possible, we have to raise the candy prices. Pop and popcorn will remain at their current prices, but on Friday, February 2, most of the candy prices will be going up slightly. The new prices are as follows MORE >
From the Balcony

And the Oscar (Nom) Goes To…

The Academy Award nominations are out, and the Academy has taken some great steps forward in recognizing a diverse group of artists. The Shape of Water leads the pack with 13 nominations (including Best Picture, Best Actress, Best Supporting Actor, Best Supporting Actress, and Best Director), while Dunkirk; Three Billboards Outside E MORE >
Community

The Magic is in the Jar

Every year, we’re reminded of just how wonderful the Clyde Community is when we tally up the results of the Magic Change Jar donations. The quarters, dollars, and larger bills that you all put into the jar are a real, tangible boon to families and causes across South Whidbey. And every cent that you put into the Magic Change Jar becomes an ev MORE >
From the Balcony

How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Opening Weekend

When we show a movie for a week or more, people often avoid opening weekend, worried that it will be over-crowded. In fact, enough people tend to do this that the opening weekend is often the least crowded time to see the movie. So if you want to see Wonder Woman, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2, or more recently Dunkirk as soon a MORE >
From the Balcony

What Makes a Big-Screen Movie

“I am big. It’s the pictures that got small.” –Sunset Boulevard. In this age of digital media, there are some movies that transcend the TV screen, and demand to be seen in the theatre. Whether they’re just too beautiful for the small screen, improved by the laughter or others, or you something you want to talk to your MORE >
Clyde News

The Size is Always Right on a Clyde Gift Pass

Clyde passes make perfect Christmas gifts (though they’re also very popular at Mother’s Day and Father’s Day as well). In fact they make a most thoughtful gift for the spouse who has to drag you to the movies, showing a real respect for his/her tastes. Here’s the deal. Passes ($7, or just $5 for those under 17 or over 65) and Sn MORE >
Policies & Procedures

How to use this website

People have told us that they could not find out when a movie is playing or its running time on our website. So here are some helpful tips: You can click on any of the slides that run across the top of the website home page to find expanded movie information and a link to trailers. You can look at the left column of the home page for  the three or MORE >
Community

The Virtual Magic Change Jar

As the patrons of The Clyde know, there is a mason jar on the candy counter labeled “The Magic Change Jar.” Every two months a South Whidbey nonprofit receives the change that patrons put in that jar. What makes it Magic is that five partners match that change (up to $250) and one dollar donated magically becomes $6. During the 10 weeks before MORE >
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