5971 West Jim Bilton Blvd.
Saint George, SC 29477
Phone: (843) 563-4195
Fax: (843) 563-3540
5971 West Jim Bilton Blvd., Saint George, SC, US, 29477
- Phone: (843) 563-4195
- Fax: (843) 563-3540
The Fortune Theatre was designed by Ernest Schaufelberg in 1924 with a capacity of 440. It opened on November 8, 1924 with the play 'Sinners'. Note that this theatre does not has facilities for the disabled or the hard of hearing
Established in 1976, this group of thespians perform in a former movie theater built in 1935. Located across the street from Azalea Park, the 209-seat theater is named after one of its founders and is listed on the National Register of Historic Districts. Four productions from musicals to serious dramas are offered during the season from August to May, plus a few children's plays that are written and produced by the children's workshops. The ticket office is open Wednesday through Sat, 12p to 6p and one hour before performances. Season memberships are also available. Fancy dress affairs, Meet the Cast receptions, premiere parties and fundraising events are held here as well. Check the website for scheduled programs and performance times, as well as ticket prices vary from each show. - Natasha Lawrence
Gather up your family or head out with your gang for a movie at the Regal Azalea Square Stadium 16, a part of the reputed Regal Entertainment Group. With movies for all, this cinema lets you watch them in comfort. Wheelchair access and listening devices make a visit here even more convenient. Grab a hot tub of popcorn or a filling bite at the cafe, and watch the magic unfold on a screen before you. Call or check the website for schedules and other information.
Catch the latest movies here, from weepy dramas to R-rated thrillers. Cinemark Movies 8 is a part of the famous Cinemark chain. It offers multiple screens and comfy seating to enhance your movie-going experience. Call or check the website for movie schedules, online ticketing services and more.
In the huge campus of the Charleston Southern University is the Lightsey Chapel. Apart from being a calm worship place, the chapel houses an auditorium. The Lightsey Chapel Auditorium is the university's own venue for all its graduation ceremonies, gatherings, lectures, seminars and concerts. Musical concerts and performances are also held here as this auditorium is well-equipped with excellent acoustics.
A Trappist monastery located along the Cooper River in Berkeley Country northwest of Charleston, the property has a long history going back to 1681. This was the site of the historic Mepkin Plantation built by Henry Laurens in the 1760s. Publisher Henry Luce bought the property in 1936, then he and his wife, Claire, donated much of the land to Roman Catholic monks who established the Trappist Order here in 1949. Guided tours of the church, gardens and trails are offered daily. Extended stays with meals included are available as a spiritual retreat. There is a gift shop that sells home-grown white oyster mushrooms, locally made jams and honey along with artwork, books and crafts. Admission is free. -Natasha Lawrence
Gather up your family or head out with your gang for a movie at the Regal Charles Towne Square 18, a part of the reputed Regal Entertainment Group. With movies for all, this cinema lets you watch them in comfort. Wheelchair access and listening devices make a visit here even more convenient. Grab a hot tub of popcorn and watch the magic unfold on a screen before you. Call or check the website for schedules and other information.
While you are in Coliseum Drive, you cannot miss the huge North Charleston Coliseum and Performance Arts Center. State-of-the-art lighting systems and acoustics and 2300 comfortable seats is what makes the North Charleston Performing Arts Center a popular and sought after venue in the city. Add to that a roster that features amazing musical acts. The tantalizing food and wine menu is sure to lure any guest here. Convenient location for guests and famous attractions nearby, this one should undoubtedly be your next choice to plan an event.
The oval shaped arena consists of four primary seating positions— upper fixed, lower fixed, lower risers and floor. The arena seats up to 13,295 people. State-of-art audio-video facilities add to the mood of the events. Floors change for concerts, hockey and basketball events. The arena features artists such as Amy Grant and The Eagles and sporting events by Motorcross FMX and Charleston's very own hockey team, the Stingrays.
In the mood for a movie? Head down to the AMC Citadel Mall 6, located in West Ashley. This cinema, a part of the AMC Theatres chain, envelops you in digital surround sound to maximize your viewing pleasure. Free parking, facilities for the disabled and listening devices make this a convenient venue for everyone. Grab some candy or a drink from the refreshment stand and enjoy the movie of your choice. Call or check the website for timings and ticket information.
The building of the Circle Theatre began its existence as a place of worship in the 1840s, it was the site of the Old Presbyterian Church, later a courthouse. Since 1974 the Circle Theater group started using the Greek Revival structure as a backdrop for their performances.
No, this venue doesn't get its name from the popular 'Cat on a Hot Tin Roof' story, but rather because of its tin foil decor that appears to slither across the room when the flashing stage lights are worked into a frenzy. Besides the excellent live performances and DJ music at The Tin Roof, patrons can also gorge on some specialty hot dogs, which seem to be another reason why the crowds throng this place. The Tin Roof is a snazzy addition to the West Ashley bar scene, and it definitely makes all the cool cats this side of Charleston purr with delight.