2017-Our 70th Anniversary and
5th Anniversary of ownership by Wayne Alan
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.
Danville Comedy Club Show
Friday, Feb. 10-7:30 PM-Tickets $15.00
The Historic North Theatre’s monthly comedy show will have an opening act, feature performer and headliner. Good clean award winning fun. You may have seen our performers on TV and at comedy clubs around the nation. Alcohol is sold in the club setting.
Great Valentines Night Out On the Anniversary Week of the Beatles first coming to the U.S.
Region’s top Beatles Tribute Band-Wonderwall
Saturday, February 11, 2017-7:30 PM. Tickets $20-15.00.
Wonderwall – The region’s top Beatles tribute band. This great concert/show is a live, passion induced spectacular tribute 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!
Magic of Love Magic Show
Tuesday, Feb. 14-7:30 PM
Magic of Love Magic Show in the balcony mini-theatre. See Celebrity Magician Wayne Alan and his award winning slight of hand magic themed around Valentines. Tickets $15.00.
Red Skelton Tribute Show direct from Pigeon Forge-coming soon
Brian Hoffman’s Remembering Red – A Tribute to Red Skelton, the longest running show at the Westin Las Vegas Hotel Casino and Spa on Flamingo in Las Vegas, is NOW performing in beautiful Smoky Mountain state of Tennessee. Pigeon Forge’s EXTREMELY “Family Friendly” Comedy Show is a hilarious blast from the past and fun for ALL AGES! Re-Live the Great Memories of the “Golden Age of Television”. The only show in Pigeon Forge paying tribute to “America’s Clown Prince”-Richard Bernard Skelton better known as Red Skelton.
Halloween Spooktacular 2017 Edition
Stage Illusion Spectacular
Saturdays-Oct.. 14, 21, & 28 at 7:30 PM.
Wednesday, Oct. 25, at 2:00 PM-Special matinee for tour groups and the public.
Tickets $25.00, $20.00 & $15.00 adults & $10.00 children 12 & under.
Virginia Christmas Museum
Starting Nov. 11, 2017- open 2 hours before all shows and one hour after plus Saturdays from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM 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 featuring exhibits of Christmas decorations from 1947, when the Historic North first opened, to the end of the 20th Century. Have fun and relive your 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, Hollywood and Christmas-both TV and Film, hear music favorites on an old 1950 Admiral record player 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.
Magic of Christmas 2017 Edition
Stage Illusion Spectacular
Saturdays-Nov. 25 and Dec. 2, 9, 16, 23 at 7:30 PM.
Wednesdays, Dec. 6, 13, 20 & 27 at 2:00 PM-Special matinees for tour groups and the public.
This live 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 RadioCityMusic 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 and a Living Nativity on stage.