Benise
Benise

Flamenco Guitarist

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Back in Black
Back in Black

Rock concert

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1912 Larcom Theatre
1912 Larcom Theatre

Front entrance

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Benise
Benise

Flamenco Guitarist

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Inspire Community Through The Arts

Keep Live Music & Performing Arts Alive. Donate Today!

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The Larcom Theatre opened its doors in 1912. It is one of the few remaining active Vaudeville theatres in the country. Your donation will help us to support all types of performing artists, near and far, and continue our world-class programming that inspires, educates, entertains, and brings joy to the North Shore community. It will also help us maintain the character and charm of this historic theatre. 

UPCOMING SHOWS

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Abraxas

Sat, Jan. 22nd at 8pm

Santana Tribute Band

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Follies for Boston

Sat, Feb 12 at 7:30PM

Jazz-Meets-Burlesque Revue

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Andy Gross Live

Sat, March 19th at 7:30pm

Comedian. Magician. Ventriloquist.

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BoSoma Dance Co.
Spring 2022 Show

March 26-27

Power. Passion. Versatility.

Health & Safety Protocol

Patrons will be required to wear face coverings.

 

Patrons, staff, crew, and volunteers entering our building will be required to wear face masks while inside the theatre, regardless of Vaccination status. Face masks may be temporarily removed when eating or drinking when you are in your assigned seat. We understand that this is not ideal for watching a show, but since both vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals can still catch and spread Covid-19, this is the best way to protect ourselves and others.

 

For your safety and to help keep our venue open and artists playing once again, we kindly ask that you follow these new guidelines to stop the spread. If you are not feeling well on the day or night of the show, please stay home. 

Please reference our FAQs for more details