The National Theater is a historic theater in Richmond, Virginia. Part of a city block along the 700 block of Broad Street once known as Theatre Row, it is the only surviving auditorium of the row (the others now exist in facade only).
The National Theater was built in 1923, originally staging both live entertainment (such as vaudeville shows) as well as motion-pictures.In 1968, it was converted into a dedicated cinema, which closed on September 5, 1983.
Restored and reopened in the 2000s the theater, operating as The National, is used as a performing arts and music venue.
Tickets are available through The National Box Office, Monday through Friday, 10:00am – 5:00pm and nights of shows from one hour before doors.
Tickets are available online via Ticketmaster or charge by phone at 800-745-3000. All tickets are final sale. No refunds. No exchanges.