6911 North Interstate Hwy. 35
Austin, TX 78752
Phone: (512) 617-4900
Fax: (512) 459-9274
6911 North Interstate Hwy. 35, Austin, TX, US, 78752
- Phone: (512) 617-4900
- Fax: (512) 459-9274
Galaxy Highland Cinema 10 has 10 screens for your viewing pleasure. For a more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For film times, ticket prices and further information please see their website.
The Marchesa Hall & Theatre was established in early 2010 and has gone on to become a very popular events space and theater hall in a very short span. The place showcases all kinds of events, including: plays, comedy acts, and other events. Different halls within this center are also given out on rent for private and business use. With the latest equipment on hire and a spacious stage, any event here is worth attending.
Nestled within the John H. Reagan High School, the Reagan High School Performing Arts Center is a small facility that showcases the talents of the students in the field of theater, dance and the arts. It is frequented by locals in the mood for some fresh talent. Enjoy the many mesmerizing performances of the amateur artistes. The auditorium can also be rented out for small events.
Established in 1965, Nelson Field fulfills the purpose of a multi-use stadium. Located at Berkman Drive in north Austin, it is the home ground to three schools. The stadium has a spectator capacity of 8800.
McCallum Fine Arts Academy is a high school for teenagers who are looking to focus in performing arts in their future. Shows and events of all genres take place here; check out the website or call for more information on the latest programs.
McCallum Performing Arts Center is located inside the McCallum Fine Arts Academy and has a 550 seat auditorium with excellent acoustics and lighting system. It plays host to a number of student performances and is dedicated to encourage awareness and love for the arts among the students. Musical plays, concerts and theater performances with offbeat stories and a fresh take on the subject are offered here.
Located on Woodrow Avenue, Faith Lutheran Church is a beautiful church and childcare center that also serves as a community meeting place. Besides Sunday worship and church activities, people also gather here for meetings, workshops, and concerts. Check the website to see the full calendar of events.
Bored of the regular entertainment options like nightclubs or bars? Then book a ticket for a show at ColdTowne Theater. Each season, the group brings forth better, improved and novel comedy shows. What started out as a mere training center has now blossomed into a full-fledged comedy theater that runs house-full shows. The performers dabble in varied forms of comedy like stand-up, improv, sketch and so on. On off-days, you can also rent the premises for private events and functions. Check website for season schedule and other details.
A community meeting room of the Ronald McDonald House, it is used for board meetings and conferences of the organization. Apart from internal usage, it is also rented to outsiders, preferably non-profit organizations. You can choose to host a small meeting, convention or workshop in the space that is available here. Call ahead to know the rental rates, or visit their website to know more.
A perfect venue to learn and experience great music, Bachus Conservatory Recital Hall conducts various classes and concerts on a regular basis. Located at Anderson Square in north Austin, it proves to be a great place to learn musical instruments and hone your singing skills. Regular events and classes are conducted at the hall, which is open to public. To know more, please call ahead or visit their website.
For a change of pace from the traditional Downtown scene, take the short trek up to the Cap City Comedy Club. Enjoy an evening of laughs at this wonderful 18-and-above comedy club in North Austin. It presents stand-up, local and national comedians who put on a show for everyone's enjoyment. The club also sponsors the annual "Funniest Person in Austin" contest. The shows start at 8p; reservations are highly recommended.
Science-fiction and fantasy aficianadi, there's a store for you! The Dragon's Lair shop looks average from the outside, but it's quite MASSIVE. Everything that falls under the umbrella terms of "science-fiction" and "fantasy" is sold here. Amongst the books, there are action figures, autographed memorabilia, board games, home decor, set pieces, stuffed animals, t-shirts and more. A large room in the back and a few tables throughout the store are reserved for special tournaments, such as Dungeons & Dragons. Snacks, like M&Ms and Skittles, are sold as well to keep serious gamers happy during their battles. Those of you who are allergic to cats, take note, since there are a couple of cats belonging to the staff that roam free in the shop. - Freddie Obregón