226 Summit Parkway
Birmingham, AL 35209
Phone: (205) 916-0464
Fax: (205) 916-0298
This cineplex has multiple screens for your viewing pleasure. For a more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For film times, ticket prices and further information,do call ahead.
Located in the Bonnie Bolding Swearingen Hall at Samford University, the Harrison Theatre creates amazing visual and mind-stimulating experiences. The theater puts up theatrical performances with the help of students of the Samford's School of the Arts. You'll enjoy impressive performances, perfect usage of the stage and props, and passionate compositions. Apart from these stunning performances, a number of ballet, recitals and symphony orchestra concerts are regularly held here. With a schedule full of exhilarating art events spanning all genres, a visit to the theater will never disappoint. Some events are free, but it's advised to call and reserve tickets in advance.
The Wright Center is located in the Samford University. It has a total seating capacity of around 2650. The sound system is designed to eliminate the need of additional equipment, yet provide good sound quality. This center has hosted many events like Alabama Shakespeare Festival and plays like The Odd Couple. Truly it introduces the students to the literary world, with a dash of entertainment.
This cineplex has 10 screens for your viewing pleasure. For a more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For film times, ticket prices and further information please see their website.
Situated in the Alys Robinson Stephens Performing Arts Center of the University of Alabama, The Morris K. Sirote Theatre hosts the theatre plays designed by the university students and also showcases outside productions. Place yourself in this 350-seat theater and enjoy a unique experience as the brilliantly scripted play enacted by well-etched characters unfolds before your eyes on the grand proscenium style stage. The panoramic view of the stage and appropriate lighting and sounds leave the audience spellbound. No wonder, this theater is one of the most popular ones in the city.
Located within the Alys Robinson Stephens Performing Arts Center, is Birmingham's major educational and entertainment venue, the Jemison Concert Hall (JCH). With state-of-the-art facilities, the 1,300 seater venue has played host to a number of live performances over the years. The largest among other venues at the Center, the JCH can also be rented out for presentations, performances and other events. Tours are conducted as well, do check website for more information.
This center, located on the Alabama University campus, has been entertaining lovers of theatre with magical performances since 1996. Be a part of some interesting works by well-known production houses, musical concerts, recitals, and other cultural events. The high-tech facility comprises of four halls, each with a different seating capacity. The ASC can be easily listed among the many venues that offer world class performances and shows. You can subscribe to get regular information on upcoming shows; also avail of great discounts and good seats. And, if you want to treat someone special to a show, do so with one of the gift cards available at the box office.
Located in the Grand Sheraton Birmingham, Sheraton Birmingham Ballroom is one of the largest venues in Alabama. It has an area of approximately 2500 square feet, thus serving as a perfect option for all kinds of events and celebrations.
Catch local and touring bands at this small club located two blocks north of the Five Points West entertainment district. Zydeco also serves up some of the city's best bar food (Creole and Cajun) along with cocktails and draft beer. You can also enjoy the upstairs patio, pool tables and video games. Zydeco's got the perfect venue trifecta: games, food, and live bands.
Founded in 1972, this theatre house has staged more than 200 productions. The company aims to produce quality entertainment and nurture and Southern artists.
Regions Field is a state-of-the-art ballpark built in 2013 as the home of the Birmingham Barons AA Minor League team. The stadium features 8500 seats and is conveniently located right in Downtown Birmingham. The ballpark has a host of activities and special features, including a mini-wiffle ball diamond, a batting cage and family fun park. Of course, no baseball game is complete without a hot dog and a beer (or soda), and you can get that, along with all the other classic ballpark snacks at Regions Field, too.
Part of the Department of Theater, University of Alabama, the Bell Theater is a venue for stage shows. The Theater has ample parking near the campus and various other facilities. The Theater also organizes art festivals and often the entry is free. So check for such shows, you might get a chance to watch some really good performances for free.