150 Valley Street
Arkadelphia, AR 71923
Phone: (870) 230-1506
Fax: (870) 230-1015
The Malco Theatre was built in the former Princess Theater, a vaudeville house dating back to the 1880s. Since 1996, the Malco has been the home of Maxwell Blade's magic shows and other live entertainment as well as the Hot Springs Documentary Film Institute and several Film Festivals.
Come experience the magic - 90 minutes of magic for the whole family.
Horner Hall is located in the Hot Springs Convention Center close to the Arkansas National Park. This venue comes with all facilities and services. You can also avail of the catering services for your event. For renting the Horner Hall contact the convention center for details and rates.
Hot Springs Convention Center is an ultra-modern venue for trade fairs, conferences, conventions and much more. The center has meeting rooms, exhibit halls and even an athletics and summit arena. The convention center has ample on-site parking facility. To know more about renting any of the convention center's facilities contact them directly.
A laugh-filled evening of comedy & magic for the whole family.
Experience an evening of enchanting music at the Vienna Theatre with Ken Goodman. Featuring memorable songs from the 20s and 30s and broadway.
Held on the first Friday of each month, Gallery Walk gives you the chance to enjoy viewing some of the finest contemporary art in America.
Christian musical drama based on the life and teachings of Jesus Christ as witnessed by Peter, the apostle. Friday and Saturday evenings June thru October. There are special events for teachers, scouts, and Veterans.
Established in 2005, the Low Key Arts Building is one of the elemental cultural venues in the city of Hot Springs in Arkansas. Doling out heaps of entertainment in the form of exhibitions, concerts, theatricals, musicals, poetry sessions and community events, this space is versatile to say the least.
The Pocket Community Theatre is a non-profit, volunteer based, live production theatre located at the corner of Ramble and Ravine Streets just off of Park Avenue in downtown Hot Springs.