Palace Theatre

105 West Commerce Street,
Brady, TX 76825

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Palace Theatre, Brady, TX - 2012

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Built in 1927 in the heart of Brady, the 450-seat Palace Theatre was part of McCulloch County’s cultural heritage for twenty-eight years. It was here that many people experienced their first movie and some, perhaps, their first kiss. Closed since 1955, it became a jewelry store. Later the empty structure was both a silent reminder of “what used to be” and a symbol of the transformation of the downtown area that has already begun.

The Palace Theatre was reopened February 28, 2014 with a screening of “The Monuments Men”.

Contributed by Bruce Calvert

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Brad Smith
Brad Smith on November 25, 2012 at 9:41 am

From what I could see when I stopped by last month and on their Facebook page, the Palace Theatre will soon be reopened.

indyjrg1762
indyjrg1762 on March 12, 2014 at 6:59 pm

This theatre has recently reopened after considerable effort on the part of local volunteers. On Feb 28, 2014, they showed the first movie in Brady since 1955 when the theatre closed. So, in essence, The Palace Theatre has been closed LONGER than it was an operating venue.

They have the very latest digital technology installed and can now seat 176 persons. There is an active Facebook page – Palace Theater Brady, Texas.

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