Darkest Hour at the Missouri Theatre
Advance tickets on sale here and at our box office, 10 Hitt Street, Columbiam MO, 65201.
Join us on December 21 for opening night at the Missouri Theatre! Doors at 6pm. Film at 7pm.
We are pleased to announce that Timothy Riley, Sandra L. and Monroe E. Trout Director and Chief Curator, of the National Churchill Museum at Westminster College will introduce the film that evening. Save your ticket stub from Darkest Hour at Missouri Theatre or Ragtag Cinema to receive $1 off admission at the National Churchill Museum. Visit the museum.
General admission $9.50. Seniors over 65, children under 12, and military $7.50. Members $5.50. Guffmans and Mega-Guffmans get in free, but must pick up a ticket in advance. No punches and no free-ticket vouchers for this special event.
We recommend picking up your tickets in advance at the Ragtag Cinema box office (even if you purchase them online) to assure ease of entry and seating the night of the screening. Due to improvements in progress of their Ninth Street entrance, all patrons will enter through the Locust Street doors on the north side of the Missouri Theatre.
Day-of tickets will be available from noon till 5:30pm at the Ragtag box office and starting at 6pm at the Missouri Theatre. Please note: tickets will be cash-only at the Missouri Theatre.
The second-floor concessions stand will be open for business.
In an effort to improve accessibility, Missouri Theatre's lobby will be under construction over Winter Break. Any ticket holders for the December 21 Missouri Theatre screening of Darkest Hour
requiring a wheelchair ramp should call the Ragtag box office at 573-441-8504
prior to day of show so that we can provide assistance for entry.
ABOUT THE FILM: During the early days of World War II, with the fall of France imminent, Britain faces its darkest hour as the threat of invasion looms. As the seemingly unstoppable Nazi forces advance, and with the Allied army cornered on the beaches of Dunkirk, the fate of Western Europe hangs on the leadership of the newly-appointed British Prime Minister Winston Churchill (Academy Award nominee Gary Oldman). While maneuvering his political rivals, he must confront the ultimate choice: negotiate with Hitler and save the British people at a terrible cost or rally the nation and fight on against incredible odds. Directed by Joe Wright, DARKEST HOUR is the dramatic and inspiring story of four weeks in 1940 during which Churchill's courage to lead changed the course of world history.
"Gary Oldman hasn't done a deep dive into a character for years, but he makes up for lost time with a spectacular performance as British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, rousing the country to fight the Nazis against all odds at the start of World War II." (Sara Stewart, New York Post)