Winsted’s Gilson Cinema & Cafe adding live music in post-pandemic plans
WINSTED – Alan Nero and his son Alan Jr., owners of the Gilson Cinema & Cafe on Main Street, will soon be adding a live music series to the theater’s offerings.
The theater struggled during the pandemic, but the community has been overwhelmingly supportive, the Neros said, and the concert series is a gift for those who kept coming. It’s also a way for the venue to stay relevant and provide entertainment for everyone, not just movies.
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