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When it comes to things to do in Danville, VA, the famous Historic North Theatre rates #1 for top entertainment and fun events. The 500 seat Historic North Theatre is a Danville landmark and tourist attraction; opened in 1947 and beautifully restored with 3.5 million dollars in 2005.

Historic North Theatre-“America’s Most Unique Theatre”
 

2018-Our 71st Anniversary and

6th Anniversary ownership by Wayne Alan 

Call 434-793-SHOW (7469) to reserve tickets

Our goal is to entertain, amaze, uplift and inspire.  We do that with live family friendly shows, productions, concerts and classic films which produce a theatrical sense of wonder designed to bring a smile to your face and heart.

CURRENTLY SHOWING

Wonderwall

Beatles Tribute Band

Award Winning Beatles Tribute Band

Friday, Feb. 9-7:30 PM

This is the same day the Beatles first performed in the U.S.

Tickets $20-15.00.

RESERVE YOUR TICKETS NOW!!! CALL 434-793-7469 or online at www.TheNorthTheatre.com
Wonderwall – A Tribute to The Beatles is a live, passion induced spectacular that takes you on a musical journey through the life and times of our most celebrated band. This Fab Four of top musicians will be bringing you an array of Beatles classics such as “Hard Days Night”, “Can’t Buy Me Love”, “Sgt. Peppers”, “Hey Jude”, and more! The region’s top Beatles tribute band!

 

 

United States Air Force

Heritage Brass

Tuesday, Feb. 20 at 7 PM.

Concert is FREE but tickets will be required.

A pioneering symphonic brass ensemble. Bringing the military tradition of brass, percussion, and vocals to the concert stage, Heritage Brass presents programs that are both exhilarating and intimate.

Representing Air Force professionals serving across the globe, Heritage Brass showcases the service’s excellence and precision in every performance throughout the eastern seaboard, from South Carolina to Maine. Comprised of ten brass players, a percussionist, and vocalist, the ensemble maintains a rigorous performance schedule presenting a diverse repertoire featuring orchestral transcriptions, patriotic favorites, jazz standards, new compositions and distinctive arrangements.

 

On the big screen

“It’s a Wonderful Life” 

December 2018

date to be determined

at 7:30 PM. $5.00 adults, $3.00 kids.

This classic film was shown here at The Historic North Theatre in 1947 when it first came out. You’ve probably seen it on TV, but we bet you have never seen this movie on the big screen as it should be seen. Start a new family holiday tradition here at the Historic North Theatre.

 

 

 

 

 

The Magic of Christmas

2018 Edition

Stage Illusion Spectacular   2018-dates to be determined

for tour groups and the public.     Buy Online Button

Tickets $20.00 & $15.00 adults & $10.00 children 12 & under.  

This live stage show stars Celebrity Magician and World Champion Illusionist Wayne Alan and is an exciting yet heart warming magic and illusion show themed around Christmas. The big stage production is full of family fun with not only amazing magic but also great music, including many of your favorite sacred and secular holiday songs. This holiday show is becoming the newest Christmas tradition in the region while also receiving national recognition. This wonderful show is inspired by the famous Christmas show at Radio City Music Hall in New York City. Christianity, the real meaning of Christmas, is woven throughout the show which closes with the dramatic “One Solitary Man” on the big screen.

 

 

Five Stars

Virginia Christmas Museum

December 2018

By appointment only.  Call the box office-434-793-7469.  Tickets $3.00 Adults and $2.00 for Children/students  $10.00 for a family.  The Carrington Gallery at the theatre has been transformed into the Virginia Christmas Museum christmas-musem-trees-of-decades-santafeaturing exhibits of Christmas decorations , artifacts and other memorabilia from 1947, when the Historic North first opened, to the end of the 20th Century.  Have fun and relive holiday memories of your youth and share them with your children and grandchildren.  Experience the joy of seasons past and see one of the largest collections of Nativities on the east coast, learn how Coca Cola changed Santa, see Hollywood and Christmas-both TV and Film, hear music favorites on an old 1950 Admiral record player, see Christmas trees from the decades and how they have changed and even vote for your favorite Ugly Christmas Sweater.  Two of the six rooms of the theatre’s Celebrity Bed & Breakfast, The Frank Sinatra and Marilyn Monroe rooms will be decorated for the holidays and be on the tour.

Five Stars