Harriston has a repertoire and performance theater! After many hours of hard work we are proud to present Cultural Centre The Crown Harriston. Your place to be for films, birthday party rentals, music, exhibits, workshops, games, readings, lectures and other events. Feel free to stop by and we'll be happy to give you a tour and tell you all about our options.
The Crown Harriston, built in 1949 as a cinema, closed it's doors in the late 70's to become a church and is now reopend again as a Cultural Centre. Equipped with a new hi-tech projector and surroundsystem, the building still maintains many original features. The auditorium has a filmscreen, a 16 by 24 feet stage with overhead lights and has a capacity of 211 authentic seats.
Looking for something to do? Are you an artist and looking for a venue for rehearsals, performance or to display your arts? Or are you looking for a fun place to hold an event or party? We provide a wide range of services and our mission is to provide the best solution that suits everyone.
In this monster classic Lon Chaney Jr. embodies Larry Talbot, who returns to Wales when his brother dies and reconciles with his father (Claude Rains). While there, he visits an antique shop and, hoping to impress the attractive shopkeeper Gwen (Evelyn Ankers), buys a silver walking cane and succeeds. That same night he kills a wolf with it, only to later learn that he actually killed a man (Bela Lugosi). Tortured by his action, a gypsy (Maria Ouspenskaya) explains that it was her son, a werewolf, that he killed, and that Larry is now one himself.