400 McGrath Darby Blvd
Mount Pleasant, SC 29464
Phone: (843) 881-1722
Fax: (843) 881-1723
Cinebarre is a cozy theater where waitresses will take food orders from seated patrons during a movie. Weekly specials include Kids Eat Free Mondays (ages 12 and under), USD5 Ticket Tuesdays, College Night Wednesdays and Senior and Breakfast Club Sundays. Made to order food such as custom pizzas and soft drinks can also be ordered during a movie via the order cards on each table. The menu includes pizza, popcorn, a variety of sandwiches, appetizers, snacks and desserts. Beer and wine are also available for those over 21. -Natasha Lawrence
The Warehouse located in Charleston is a complete entertainment venue. This is a great arena to catch a music concert or event. Local and upcoming bands regularly perform here. Ample parking space in the adjoining parking lot is an added advantage here.
Located in the Brookgreen Town Center, this nonprofit professional theater offers a wide range of productions including drama, comedy, and musicals. This venue, unlike a traditional stage theater, has intimate tables with seating and offers wine and beer to patrons. There are about seven productions each season and tickets can be purchased online. There are several restaurants in the area that offer discounts on meals before attending a show. Call for showtimes and ticket prices.
Formerly known as the Charleston IMAX that closed in 2007, this giant one-screen theater reopened in May of 2009 with a bang showing the new Star Trek movie with upgraded screen and sound. Named after an ancient Greek chariot race arena, the theatre’s schedule includes monthly changes with first-run blockbuster features. With comfortable, rocking-chair seats to accommodate 426 patrons to view a 40-foot wide by 70-foot high screen, it’s a welcome addition to the historic district. Located on Charleston Harbor next to the Charleston Aquarium and Fort Sumter Museum at Liberty Park, patrons parking in the nearby garage will receive a discount on refreshments. -Natasha Lawrence
This two-story facility with a spectacular view of Charleston Harbor was once a ferry facility back when one could only reach Mt. Pleasant by boat. Today, it serves as a venue for weddings, special events, meetings and other activities. Located in the historic district of the Old Village on a quiet, tree-lined avenue, it has a children's park across the street and a dog park. Parking is on-site. -Natasha Lawrence
This venue was built in 1968 and seats an audience of 2,734 people. It has a full stage, an orchestra pit, and can cater food for up to 1,000 seated guests. Broadway productions, dance recitals, graduations, fashion shows, opera and ballet performances, and a diverse range of concert styles from hip hop to rock and roll feature at this remarkable venue. Call for program dates, times and ticket prices.
In 1918, a small group of musicians began what would become the Charleston Symphony Orchestra in 1936. Since then, it has evolved into a professional group made up of 45 full-time musicians lead by Maestro David Stahl, who has been with the orchestra since 1984. Guest artists have included such greats as Itzhak Perlman, Paula Robinson and Marvin Hamlisch. Each year's performance schedule includes five major concert series: Masterworks, Sottile Chamber Orchestra Series, The Charleston Pops, Saturdays in Town and Small Fry.
Theatre 99 is a place to blow up laughing. With a large stage and a capacity to seat about 125 people, the Theatre has become a place to end the day with a nice hearty laugh. After all who doesn't like comedy? The Theatre hosts a number of different shows, specializing in improv comedy. Watch out for The Have Nots, who perform along with other hilarious members of the Theatre 99. Theatre 99 is conveniently located above the Bicycle Shoppe. With regards admission they are very strict. Arrive 30 minutes before the show or else your reservations are sold to the waiting list people. So be on time to make the most of the laugh riot.
One of the premier facilities on the campus of College of Charleston, the TD Arena has been a prominent venue on campus, and off, since 2006, when it was opened as Carolina First Arena. A multi-purpose arena, the TD Arena is used primarily for basketball and volleyball matches, and serves as the home ground of the college's Cougars basketball team. See the website to know more.
The Black Fedora is an amazing themed playhouse in Downtown Charleston. They feature a year round roster of comedy-mystery shows sure to keep you laughing. They have a team of professional actors, but do have several shows that involve audience participation. It's the perfect place for a fun night of magic and mystery.
Located in a railroad storage depot listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Music Farm is your station for live music. Outside, the building looks like what it was, a train depot. On the inside, hog wire, sheet metal and plywood convey the feeling of a farm gone electric. The majority of acts that play here are not typical radio fare; the Farm has featured nationally known jazz, bluegrass, reggae, folk and rock music acts since 1991. And unlike most music venues, the bar is easy to access. Shows are all ages unless stated otherwise.
Footlight Players Theatre is one of the premier community theaters in South Carolina. It stages a total of six plays during the regular season, which are suitable for a wide audience. The theater also hosts a late-night series of shows replete with comedy, songs, dances and skits. There's more to this venue than plays alone, as it holds theater classes and workshops and also rents out its 240-seat auditorium and lobby for meetings, receptions, and cocktail parties. Call or check website for program dates, times and ticket prices.