Built in 1861, the Brandon Town Hall has had its ups and downs—the town once even considered tearing it down.
She was known as ‘America’s Sweetheart,’ but often played assertive take-charge characters that made her a role model to movie-goers around the world.
He never smiled on camera, earning him the nickname of “the Great Stone Face.” But Buster Keaton’s comedies rocked Hollywood’s silent era with laughter throughout the 1920s.
This Friday, June 2, at 7 p.m., the Brandon Museum will present two short films featuring the historically important Davenport family of Brandon. Free admission.
Classics from the silent film era return to the big screen this May at the Brandon Town Hall and Community Center, which will host another season of vintage cinema with live music.
Why do people love songs about loss? Why do people luxuriate in a singer’s sorrow?
Wildlife Encounters, pro wrestling and the Poppy Pageant!
With a wildly varied song list that included material from such disparate acts as Elvis, Sinatra, and Bowie, the contestants in Brandon Idol took the competition into the 50s & 60s on Saturday night at Brandon Town Hall.
Liam O’Connor-Genereaux knew he wanted to make a movie that tested the limits the platonic bond: how far can a friendship be stretched while still maintaining its shape?
The Friends of the Brandon Town Hall have been busy getting ready for another entertaining season at your Brandon Town Hall!