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STARDUST
DRIVE-IN THEATRE
893 Mount Albert Road, Sharon, Ontario L0G 1V0
613-732-2136

TEMPORARY ADMISSION PRICING UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
SINGLE ADULT $14.00
Children (3 to 12 years of age) $5.00      Children (5 and under) FREE
SINGLE PARENT (1 adult 1-2 kids $17.00
SINGLE PARENT (1 adult 3-4 kids $21.00
COUPLES (2 adults) $27.00
FAMILY (2 adults 1-3 kids) $32.00
GROUP (3-5 adults) $39.00

HOLIDAY PRICES
SINGLE ADULT $16.00
Children (3 to 12 years of age) $5.00      Children (5 and under) FREE
SINGLE PARENT (1 adult 1-2 kids $20.00
SINGLE PARENT (1 adult 3-4 kids $24.00
COUPLES (2 adults) $31.00
FAMILY (2 adults 1-3 kids) $35.00
GROUP (3-5 adults) $41.00


TICKETS MUST BE ORDERED ONLINE ONLY. NO BOXOFFICE SALES AVAILABLE.

THE STARDUST DRIVE-IN NOW ACCEPTS DEBIT, CREDIT AND CASH

Please Note: Feature Films, Showtimes and Prices are Subject to Change

AUTUMN SEASON AT THE DRIVE-IN
The STARDUST Drive-In Is Now Open
Friday to Thursday
Gates Open At 7:00
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COVID19 OPERATING CONDITIONS
  • With your help, the 5 Drive-in can keep this an enjoyable experience for all.
  • Please read the new rules if you are planning to attend. Unfortunately, any patrons not following the rules will be asked to leave so we can remain open.
  • Here’s a few things we’re changing temporarily to open responsibly, as per governmental regulations:
    - 1 space allowed between each car (must be at least 2 metres away). We will open at half capacity to ensure we’re giving adequate space to all car neighbours.
    - Only members of the same household may occupy the same motor vehicle.
    - Each customer person must remain within their vehicle, unless to use washroom.
    - Sorry no convertibles or back of pickup trucks.
    - Snackbar is closed. YOU MAY NOW ORDER FOOD USING THE ORDER APP. GET INFORMATION AT BOXOFFICE.
    - Kids playground is closed
    - Washrooms are open!!!!
    - Disinfecting + cleaning even more regularly
    - Please order early to avoid disappointment, as capacity will be reduced by half. We will be social distancing the cars. Head to this website to order your tickets today
    ORDER TICKETS HERE

  • Here’s what you need to know when you arrive!
  • Hollywood is still closed. We will be showing older released films.
  • The drive-in will be open Friday to Thursday! Carload Nights will not be happening at this time.
  • Please note that we can only allow half the cars tham usual into the drive in. This could result in being turned away at the box office. While no one can predict our numbers, update will be added asap if the drive-in is close to selling out. Since the drive-in is open 5 days a week, there will be lots of chances to get in.
  • For the safety of our guests and our team, all employees will be wearing PPE during their shifts, including gloves and face masks. Additionally, all staff will have their temperatures taken prior to the start of their shift.
  • It’s a stressful time for everyone. We all know the drill. Let’s be nice to our friends, visitors and staff at the Drive In.
  • Please stay home if you have any symptoms.
  • Everyone has to make their choice to be here or not be here.
  • Feeling opinionated? Please don’t share. We like to keep our opinions to ourselves and respect you’ll do that same.
  • Let’s all do our part to be responsible. And remember, keep smiling!
 “You’re gonna need a bigger boat” - (Jaws, 1975)

Performances For The Week Of: OCTOBER 9 to DECEMBER 31, 2020
SCREEN ONE

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RATING: PG REVIEW TRAILER



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RATING: PG REVIEW TRAILER


SCREEN TWO

COMING SOON
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RATING: PG REVIEW TRAILER



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RATING: PG REVIEW TRAILER



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RATING: PG REVIEW TRAILER



COMING SOON
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RATING: PG REVIEW TRAILER


SCREEN THREE

COMING SOON
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RATING: PG REVIEW TRAILER



COMING SOON
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RATING: PG REVIEW TRAILER



COMING SOON
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RATING: PG REVIEW TRAILER



COMING SOON
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RATING: PG REVIEW TRAILER



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A TALE OF TWO KITTIES is an American cartoon, released in 1942, notable for the first appearance of a flesh colored canary, who would come to be known as Tweety. It was directed by Bob Clampett, written by Warren Foster, and features music by Carl W. Stalling. It was also the first appearance of Babbit and Catstello, based on the popular comedy duo Abbott and Costello. The title is an obvious pun on the Charles Dickens classic, A Tale of Two Cities.






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THE BEVERLY HILLBILLIES
The Clampett's Strike Oil
In the first episode Jed Clampett strikes oil,
sells his land and move to a 35 room mansion in Beverly Hills.






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