The Larcom Theatre is a beautiful and historic multipurpose theatre in Downtown Beverly. Located on a side street off of Cabot Street (across from City Hall), the Larcom Theatre is often referred to as "North Shore's hidden gem."
Built by the Ware brothers, 8 years before they built The Cabot, our restored 1912 theatre was named for Beverly’s beloved nineteenth-century poet, author, and teacher, Lucy Larcom whose birthplace once stood at the same Wallis Street address. Our 600 capacity theatre known for its amazing acoustics will take you back in time.
We are committed to enriching the lives of the North Shore community and introducing a variety of art forms often found in major, metropolitan cities. From live music and comedy to dance and theatre you will be sure to find something that you like and something that provides a new experience for you, your friends and family.
Thank you for your patronage and we look forward to seeing you at the Larcom Theatre!
We are a family-run theatre and pride ourselves in treating our patrons, staff, artists, and partners like family. We are thankful for the support and will continue to offer quality programming to enrich the community that we live and work in.
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