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The Avondale Towne Cinema is part of the historic Avondale Estates Tudor Village building that was constructed in 1924 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Originally housing City Hall and the local U.S. Post Office, both were relocated in 1938 to construct the theater space that is now home to the Avondale Towne Cinema. Opened originally as the Avon Theater, the theater name was changed in 1966 to the Avondale Towne Cinema. The theater has a storied history as a live performance venue showcasing boxing, wrestling, Vaudeville shows, movies, plays, musicals, dance, and magic shows. But above all else, the Avondale Towne Cinema is best known for its rich history showcasing live music and as a popular music recording studio space. Artists who have graced the stage at the Avondale Towne Cinema include:

Elvis Presley
Sister Hazel
The Allman Brothers Band
Shooter Jennings & Jason Boland
The Byrds
Johnny Colt
R.E.M.
Shawn Mullins
Drivin’ N’ Cryin’
Jason & The Scorchers
B-52’s
Michelle Malone
Indigo Girls
Butch Walker
Kristian Bush
Third Day
Dan Bern
BoDeans

Screening of the Mary Crovatt Hambidge documentary (30 min.) , by local filmmaker Hal Jacobs, will take place at 8pm, with a reception beginning at 7:30pm (cash bar) and a little discussion afterwards.

http://www.hjacobscreative.com/mary-crovatt-hambidge-documentary/

https://www.facebook.com/MCHdoc/

HERE ARE SOME PICTURES OF OUR DIFFERENT EVENTS

AVONDALE ESTATES DINING BEFORE OR AFTER THE SHOW

  • Email Booking.TowneCinema@gmail.com                                                                                       Phone:678-824-4282

    Parking
    Please click here, or refer to the map below, for free public parking in Avondale Estates.

    Public Parking

  • 1963 Movie section referencing the Cinema as The Avondale Theater

    1963 Avondale Theater Movie Listing
    The Great Escape with Steve McQueen and James Garner.