7411 New Hampshire Avenue
Takoma Park, MD 20912
Phone: (301) 439-3003
Fax: (301) 431-0569
7411 New Hampshire Avenue Bldg. 2, Takoma Park, MD, US, 20912
- Phone: (301) 439-3003
- Fax: (301) 431-0569
Located in the University of Maryland, this Centre is a thriving hotpot. Measuring 318,000 square feet, this impressive venue rents its facilities, like the Dance Theatre and the Grand Pavilion, to both visiting performers and students. The Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center can also be rented for private events, receptions, meetings and the like, as it contains spaces to accommodate 10 to 1100 guests! Check out their schedule of the various musicals, theatrical and dance performances and watch diverse, innovative and unpredictable performances.
Tawes Theatre near Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center at Maryland is the largest event venue in University of Maryland. This 1300 seater is host to a number of events and performances. The state-of-art audio and lighting equipments, make it an ideal place for shows and performances. Host to a number of performing events, make it a prime venue around the university area.
Located on the Takoma Park/Silver Spring campus of the Montgomery College, the Cultural Arts Center is a vibrant addition to the city's thriving cultural scene. Providing a space for various events, this center brings forth the talents of the up-and-coming artists, most of whom are students. The center has a theater, which can seat 500 and is abuzz with events all year round. Call to know more.
Fun trivia night, the first Tuesdays of every month, where you can win without answering any questions correctly!. Experience the excitement of a Vegas-style casino by betting on answers provided by other teams. Prizes are awarded for the winning teams.
This historic beauty designed in it's Colonial Revival architectural style is the Silver Spring Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Station. This station that was first built in 1945 is truly historic and stands still in it's beauty and significance. Featuring the waiting room of the 1940's, the furniture of the past, original lightings, etc. Also an underground passerby tunnel which connects the the two structures below the track are still into existence, but is not accessible to the visitors. The Railroad station is open to the visitors for tours.
This cineplex has 20 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, birthday party options, "Movie Moms Club" info and further information please see their website. If you haven't watched a single new flick since long, head on to Regal Majestic 20 for an ultimate movie-watching experience.
This movie theater and cultural center, partially housed within an historic 1930s-era movie house, has three massive auditoriums for your movie-viewing or festival-going pleasure. State-of-the-art projection equipment ensures a quality experience. Sit back and relax with traditional movie treats or more gourmet options from the theater's in-house cafe. Exhibitions are held in the exhibition space, and meetings can be held in the meeting space.
The name 'Fillmore' means music and the Silver Spring venue means to keep with that tradition. It can hold up to 2000 patrons and is located in downtown Silver Spring. The space serves as a zone for community, music and entertainment.
The home of Terrapin Athletics at the University of Maryland, the Comcast Center seats up to 18,000 fans for basketball, University and community events. The Center includes a large Academic Support Center for student-athletes, an attached 1500 seat gymnasium for the University's volleyball, gymnastics, and wrestling teams, and the Nextel Heritage Hall used for banquets, meetings, and press conferences. Make sure to check out the "Walk of Fame and History" to learn all about Terrapin Athletics.
Award-winning community theater in a neighborhood setting providing numerous productions each season for you to enjoy.
Kaleidoscope Comedy is a cooperative comedy group based in the Maryland, DC area.
The name is an ode to the American poet Langston Hughes who started off as a busboy before becoming a famous writer. Busboys and Poets in Hyattsville is their fourth location and it opened its doors in 2011, becoming a popular meeting place for the locals. It is an amalgamation of art, politics and culture by regularly hosting live entertainment, poetry readings and annual rotating exhibits. There is also a book corner showcasing local authors featuring political, fiction to nonfiction books. Whether it is to dine on delish meals which is designed for all palates from vegan to meat eaters or just hangout for a healthy discussion, Busboys and Poets is an affable space that will surely charm you.