Mark I Theatre
126 Newberry Street,
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The Mark I Theatre in Aiken was a theatre that seemed to be in search of a Mark II that was never built. The Mark I was not much of a theatre by looks. It was a metal type structure, very simple. I saw it from the road but never went in.
I guess it seated 400 or so and was open around 15-20 years maybe. Being a resident of Georgia I really don’t know much about this theatre. Once Regal opened a horrible little 8-plex by Aiken Mall the writing was on the wall.
"Summer of ‘42" played there and also James Coburn in "The Honkers" at 7 and 9 PM.
I have no idea what company owned this theatre. When I saw the ads in the Augusta papers I always thought: ‘shouldn’t there be a Mark II?’ Never was.
This theatre is long gone. Last time in Aiken I couldn’t find it. It was located downtown right off the commercial strip.
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