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In 2009, we had this crazy idea of reopening this theatre. Little did we know how much that decision would change our lives. Since then, we’ve watched more movies than in the rest of our years combined. We have butter on all our clothes. We've swept up enough popcorn to feed the entire state of Nebraska. And we've had so much FUN with all of you who've attended our movies, special events and fitness classes!!


The highlight happened in 2012, when film gave way to digital and it looked like we may have to close. The community raised more than $55,000 in less than 8 months to upgrade this venue! Because of the enormous community support, many individuals, and contributions from organizations

Join us on Facebook for more info! We also appreciate your support of our other businesses, because it helps keep the theatre alive and well. See below for info on Cinema Septic and Encore Fitness.

- Valerie Stafford & Fred West 

More than a movie theatre. It’s an experience!

We’re excited to announce that Cinema Septic has upgraded its fleet! When you see this shiny new red truck out and about, wave to Fred!

Ready to make healthy changes? Send a message to Valerie Stafford at Encore Fitness and let’s get started!

like Puget Sound Energy and the Port of Skagit County, the Concrete Theatre is equipped with a digital projector, with all the 3D capabilities and amazing Dolby surround sound you’ll find in the multiplexes and cinemas in much larger towns.


The historic Concrete Theatre offers a friendly atmosphere to enjoy your favorite movies and special events. Built in 1923 and lovingly maintained as a theatre all these decades, we’re thrilled to be the present-day stewards of this venue.


~ Valerie and Fred

For more information, please call Valerie at (360) 466-8754.


Thanks for supporting this local, independent, community theatre!

A highlight reel of some of our favorite moments at the Concrete Theatre in 2018. We had fun with movies, special events, live performances, and fitness classes!

Highlights of Past Events

On April 7 the Theatre Artists for Social Action (TASA) and the Concrete Theatre presented, “Forty Dollars and a Bus Ticket.”

The play was compiled from stories and interviews with previously and currently incarcerated people and highlighted the challenges of coming reintegrating into the community. The event benefited Second Chance Scholarships and the Breaking Free Club at Skagit Valley College.

One of our favorite events was hosting the World Premiere of “Escape from Diablo,” a safety film produced by Seattle City Light.


In addition to the movie, the event included a street fair with Smokey the Bear and so much more. It was so successful, it was written up in an Industry Journal!

Ready to make healthy changes? Join us at Encore Fitness in the Concrete Theatre, for fun, friendly exercise classes. Your first class is free; after that each class is $5.

Now’s the time to get stronger and more flexible, and improve your balance and endurance! Send a message to Valerie Stafford at Encore Fitness and let’s get started!

Fitness Classes at the Concrete Theatre

We also coordinate Wednesday Walks at nearby parks! Each Wednesday we meet at 11:30 a.m. at Rockport State Park or Rasar State Park, for a free, very informal, at-you-own-pace walk. Kids and well-behaved dogs on leash are welcome.  If you’d like to join us, please send a message to Valerie Stafford

Wednesday Walks at Local Parks

Become a “Mover & Shaker!” Join our group on Facebook, connect with some like-minded women, and keep up with the latest ideas for health and fitness.

October 25 & 27

Movie, all seats, $10

Royal Tea Party, $25

Get your tickets for these special events:

Downton Abbey Royal Tea Party & Movie

Brittany Runs a Marathon • October 18 & 20

Friday, October 18 at 7:30 p.m.

Sunday, October 20 at 5:00 p.m.

Rated R


Doors open 30 minutes before showtime.

Brittany Runs a Marathon is an earnest and hilarious dramedy that finally gives Jillian Bell a role worthy of her gifts.

- Rotten Tomatoes


Audiences who've seen a few female-focused "nottie to hottie" movies could be forgiven for thinking this gorgeous, affecting movie might be similarly shallow and misogynistic -- but they'd be wrong.

-Common Sense Media