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Larcom Theatre

Larcom Theatre

The Larcom Theatre is an intimate and charming live music and performing arts venue in Downtown Beverly. Built by the Ware brothers in 1912, this historic vaudeville theatre is named for Beverly’s beloved nineteenth-century poet, author, and teacher, Lucy Larcom whose birthplace once stood at the same Wallis Street address. Tucked away off Cabot Street North Shore’s hidden gem with its’ retro décor, horseshoe balcony, tin ceilings, and Symphony-like acoustics will take you back in time. Family-owned and operated, the Larcom Theatre is committed to enriching the lives of the North Shore community and staying true to their Vaudeville roots by presenting a variety of art forms, including music, theatre, dance, comedy, and film. For the latest event schedule, visit www.TheLarcom.org/calendar

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