Econo Lodge Near Plymouth State University
304 Main Street
Plymouth, NH 03264
Phone: (603) 536-2330
Fax: (603) 536-2686
A creative venture of the Plymouth State University, the Silver Center For The Arts is a bustling arts center. Founded in 1992, it is a platform provided to the students to dabble and experiment in the field of performing arts. They get acquainted with the different and important aspects of stage performances like playwright, lighting and sound technique and set designing. Comprising venues like The Hanaway Theatre, The Smith Recital Hall and The Studio Theatre, it hosts dances, concerts, dramas, musicals and other shows. For more details and event schedule, check website or call ahead.
After complete renovation and refurbishment, the Flying Monkey is back to entertain everyone. And, going by its sold out performances, it is evident that its fast gaining popularity. Dance, comedy shows, concerts and much more is staged here; the variety offered here is truly astounding! The Flying Monkey does not cater to a particular group of people but prides itself in reaching out to one and all. That's not it, the excellent food served here is as innovative as its shows and managed by Common Man restaurant group. Truly, the Flying Monkey Movie House & Performance Center offers a complete entertainment package featuring cool gigs, exclusive dinner and great atmosphere. For more updates, check website.
See exciting stock car racing every Saturday night at 6 p.m. at this quarter-mile asphalt track. Open May through October.
Featuring four screens.
The North Country Center for the Arts, founded in 1985, is a not-for-profit arts organization supporting the arts in northern New Hampshire. Features three first-class main stage performances and a children's theatre.
A popular venue for concerts and other events in Franklin, the Artemis Event Center is a premier facility in the city. Conveniently located in the center of the city, the venue features local as well as touring artists. Call to know more.
The term "Opera", in the late 1890's was commonly used to refer to many forms of musical and theatrical entertainment. Small "Opera" Houses like the Franklin Opera House, although not large enough to host a full-scale Opera Company, accommodated many smaller performances as well as individual Opera singers. Immediately after its opening and for the next 50 years, the Franklin Opera House became a venue for balls, dances, lectures, plays, musicals, vaudeville shows, concerts, school productions and graduation ceremonies. It is currently being restored to its former glory, yet continues to host a variety of events.
A popular community based production company.
Smitty's is a 6-screen, first-run, Cinema Pub serving a full pub-style menu. You will sit in plush-leather, reclining Lincoln Town-car seats, and enjoy full wait staff service. Available for parties.