8115 Frenchman's Lane
Little Rock, AR 72209
Phone: (501) 562-9383
Fax: (501) 562-2039
Dine in style while watching a well-performed musical or comedy. An area tradition for over 30 years, Murry's features several talented local actors in popular plays such as 42nd Street, Opal is a Diamond and Pajama Tops. The lesser-known comedies are always a blast, and on especially fun nights the cast will ad lib half way through the performance. Dinner includes a well-stocked buffet with roast beef, poultry, pasta, salads and desserts. Don't be too absorbed in the play to not enjoy the delicious meal. Special group rates are available.
Jack Stephens Center is a prominent sports arena that was built in 2005 and is the home ground to the University of Arkansas at Little Rock Trojans basketball team. The arena is named after the billionaire Jackson T. Stephens and is considered to be amongst the best for its facilities and services. With a capacity of 5,600, this state-of-the-art features a full-court practice gym, locker rooms, training rooms, weight rooms along with the offices of coaches and administrative staff. In addition to sporting events, many social and community events are also held here.
Clear Channel Metroplex Event Center stretches across vast area of 21000 square feet. Visitors comfort and convenience is the sole aim of the place. Renowned organizations like March of Dimes and Arkansas Department of Higher Education, have hosted their events here. The facilities include spacious meeting rooms, huge parking spaces, storage spaces and Dining area. The prestigious Addy Awards were also held here.
Located in West Little Rock, Rave Motion Pictures features 18 theaters complete with stadium seating and state-of-of-the-art digital projection. This theater house also offers movies in 3D, so you can get up-close and feel like you're apart of the action. The onsite cafe provides the usual theater fare, from soft drinks and popcorn, to ice cream, gourmet coffee and candy. Perfect for a date night or a family outing, Rave Motion Pictures is sure to entertain.
This cinema, belonging to the Rave Motion Pictures chain of theatres, is certainly something to rave about! It boasts of 18 screens with stadium seating and plenty of leg space, and 3-dimensional visual and digital sound systems. Disabled access and listening devices are provided. For further information, check the website.
Looking for a fun activity for the whole family? Test your skills at the roller-skating and ice skating rinks at this arena. Need lessons? Call about ice skating and hockey classes. A variety of refreshments are available at both rinks. During winter months, enjoy hot cocoa by the fireplace at the ice rink. Tickets may be bought for one rink or both. Thursday night is family night and parents skate free. Birthday parties and other functions are welcome.
A name that is of a quite revered status in the city, the Dreamland Ballroom is a heritage structure. The building in which the ballroom is housed is itself of prominence in the city. Known as Taborian Hall, the building was built in 1918 by Simeon Johnson for the organization, the Knights and Daughters of the Tabor. The ballroom came into existence around the early 1930s and by 1937, it became 'the' venue in the city, hosting such legends as Louis Armstrong, Ella Fitzgerald, and Count Basie. Today, the ballroom is being managed by the Friends of the Dreamland Ballroom organization and is a museum-cum-event-venue-cum-historic-landmark. A visit is sure to be intriguing for all. Call to know more.
This tiny theater, located downtown next to Vino's Pizza Pub/Brewery, packs a load of talent. Fairly new to the Little Rock theater scene, the troupe has done a great job of keeping pace. You will laugh until your sides split; and cry until you realize it is only a play. Come see popular works such as "Jesus Christ Superstar" and more. Call for show times, and make sure you reserve a seat, as the shows are always packed. Tickets start at USD10.
Come by to this theatre, known for its friendly service, for an evening of fun with your friends or family. Choose among the latest Hollywood releases being shown on the 10 screens. Grab some snacks and some soft drinks, and park yourself in a relaxing Tempurpedic seat. Parking is available as well. For information on renting this theatre for special events, check the website or call for details.
Find a variety of events taking place at this charming theater in downtown Little Rock, from live music and independent films to theater. This collaborative environment is also home to ImprovLittleRock and the only teen improv company called Armadillo Rodeo. Whether its to see a local band performing or laugh until you cry at an improv show, The Public Theater in Little Rock is a sure bet for some quality entertainment.
The Arkansas Repertory Theatre brings a touch of Broadway to Little Rock. The Rep's cozy-sized auditorium attracts everyone from theater buffs in fur coats to curious patrons in jeans. Eleven shows are performed each season, which runs from September to June. The competent cast wins fans every time with plays such as The Wizard of Oz and Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat. The lobby doubles as a gallery selling colorful artwork by local artists, too. Ticket prices are modest.
Witness the surge of music excellence in the downtown area of Little Rock with the help of the rocking club aptly called Downtown Music. Varied musical events constantly take place. So check the website for further details. If your part of a band and need a platform to perform then Downtown Music is for you. Just email them and fix your dates.