Keswick Theatre

Row 1

291 N Keswick Ave
Glenside, PA 19038
(215) 572-7650
Concert Hall, Theater
Mon–Sat: Noon–5:00 PM

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  • You just gotta love this historic theatre, named as one of "Pollstar's Top 50 Theater Venues." They got tunes. They got comedy. They got a full-service bar. They got community events. They got it all.
  • Just saw Bruce Scott and Mark Albert last night at the Keswick. Great show. I want a membership.
  • GREAT venue for a concert. It was my first time there and I wouldn't hesitate to come back for another show.
  • Welcome to the Keswick Theater
  • Come to plush after the show!
  • Hey everyone! We finally verified The Keswick! Start checking in and in the new year we hope to develop some rewards for your check-ins! Happy Holidays and Happy New Year!
  • Box office hours are Mon-Sat Noon-6p & thru intermission on show nights.
  • Nice venue to go see a concert
  • If you like smaller, more intimate venues - then this is the place. Great theatre for all sorts of events. The surrounding neighborhood is a hidden gem! Very close to Penn State Abington, so thanks!
  • Clean and beautiful in a great location. I saw Bo Burnham here and it was amazing!
  • The first venue I ever saw a concert at. Great historic location with a cool look and layout. Free parking behind the building is also a huge plus!
  • Get there early and park in the lot they will give you a voucher to park for free.
  • Great music, shows, & cultural events at generally very reasonable prices. . Good accoustics!
  • Steve Hackett!
  • Wonderfully intimate venue. I heard Neil Young was amazing when he played here back in the day.
  • Kind of a pain to get to but a great sounding little theater. Free parking at the lot behind it!
  • Sign up for the E-Seats Membership program to receive advance notifications for shows and to have your convenience fees waived!
  • Get a large coffee at Keswick cafe next door and a shot of liquor in the theater is 1/2 price.
  • Cinematic Titanic! Can't wait to see the MST3K crew!
  • The Moller Organ at the Keswick Theater was constructed in 1928 and is still occasionally used by musicians today. To learn more, check out our 5-minute program!