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All reviews ruth eckerd hall intimate venue downtown clearwater city hall second row cup holders air supply beautifully restored theater judy collins jay leno older theater during intermission buying tickets sight lines nice theater lots of free parking pre show
Pros: very friendly staff and security. Drink prices were actually reasonable. Place was clean and well maintained.
Cons: by far the most uncomfortable seats I have EVER sat in. Smaller than airline seating...... literally not an inch to spare if someone from the center needs...More
What a great place for concerts. We saw The Alarm here this month and there is definitely not a bad seat in the house. All the staff were super friendly too.
Our suggestion would be to leave the concessions (food and drink) open longer. We...More
Been here a few times, lights and sound for music concerts have been good. Audiences are almost as entertaining as the acts. Good vibes. Sit in the balcony or loges if you want an unobstructed-by-heads view of the stage, unless you are very very tall....More
Renovated old-style theater in downtown Clearwater. If you are expecting a shiny new state of the art theater then you will be disappointed. But if you want old-style character this is the place to go. It's small, about 740+/- seats. We sat in the back...More
Six of us went to see Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo on March 2. The venue is on the small side, so even though we were sitting in Row S on the main floor, we had no problem seeing the performance. The acoustics are...More
Saw a wonderful Mindi Abair concert there. The venue is very nice, but the seating and very limited legroom is so cramped in the Mezzanine and other areas that it was excruciatingly painful to sit through the concert. One member of our party finally got...More
My wife and I recently visited the Capitol Theater and really liked the venue, but we were very disappointed with the Gordon Lightfoot concert. He can no longer sing and should not have been booked. I'm really upset that the Ruth Eckerd hall agents as...More