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This is an older place that had been closed for a long time. It was recently purchased and... read more

Reviewed 15 June 2018
TechMan4U
Great venue for live performances

We recently attended a show at the Larcom in Beverly. This is a very old theater built in 1912... read more

Reviewed 22 December 2017
Northern_Traveler701
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Less than 24 miles from Boston, the fully restored Larcom Theatre is located in downtown Beverly, MA This gracious showplace featuring spectacular acoustics was built in 1912 (the same year as Fenway Park) by Harris and Glover Ware, two brothers and...more
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13 Wallis St, Beverly, MA 01915-4419
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Reviewed 15 June 2018

This is an older place that had been closed for a long time. It was recently purchased and restored. The changes are quite nice and very good acoustics. Drinks a bit high.

Thank TechMan4U
Reviewed 22 December 2017

We recently attended a show at the Larcom in Beverly. This is a very old theater built in 1912) and many of the original furnishings still exist. This theater has over 300 seats and from what we could tell has amazing acoustics. We met one...More

Thank Northern_Traveler701
Reviewed 9 October 2017 via mobile

Went here to see Tommy Fleming. Practically on stage because the place is so cozy. Small venue with a lot of charm and character. Good selection at the bar and not expensive. Parking is a chore. On street parking is all that is available. Place...More

Thank wpd91
Reviewed 7 September 2017

This thing was absolutely crazy! Three people doing amazing,gross, and crazy things for our entertainment. The Larcom is great, the show was out of this world. The grand finale had the performers meeting with ticket holders stapling money (fives and up) onto their body parts....More

Thank Greg C
Reviewed 10 July 2017

Have seen both musical performances and children's theater excellent time with both great seats anywhere. Have enjoyed myself each time and will go back.

Thank patcasavecchia
Reviewed 1 February 2017

The Larcom is one of two old vaudeville theatres in downtown Beverly. Both have been renovated and have live music shows. A great place.

Thank joliss08
Reviewed 30 January 2017

The theater is old school retro in a nice way. The decor is beautiful. The sound system is good and the lighting is nice. Ample seating. The wine selection was good. Only two negatives (and neither is big deal) they don't sell coffee and they...More

Thank ravenwell
Reviewed 29 January 2017 via mobile

We are lucky in the area to have a place like this to see live entertainment so close to home. It is a great venu. Comfy large seating. Thanks for being there!

Thank Lxrxaxcx
Reviewed 17 January 2017

THis was our first experience in this newly renovated theatre. It is beautiful, very nicely done. The ballet company did an excellent performance. We are used to the BostonNutcracker at the Wang. This stage is smaller and the choreography was a little different, but it...More

Thank Patti W
Reviewed 17 January 2017

Located around corner from The Cabot Theater, this theater features various artists and comedy acts..(Downtown Beverly offers tremendous shows and restaurants, few minutes from the train at Beverly Depot Station..)..Get connected to the entertainment reviews in downtown Beverly, one never knows who is intern next...

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Teann D
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Response from Lisa C | Property representative |
I prefer balcony side seats 1 & 2 over second-row orchestra centre. The orchestra floor seats are lower than the stage until you get to the fifth row (E.) At that point you are eye level with the stage.
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