Vestavia Theatre

1425 Montgomery Highway (US 31),
Vestavia Hills, AL 35216

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Vestavia Theater

The website states that the Vestavia Theatre was opened at some point between 1970 and 1972. It opened as the single-screen Jerry Lewis Cinema playing sub-run movies, but after less than two years it was taken over by Cobb Theatres and renamed Vestavia Theatre. It closed at some point between 1980 and 1982. In its final years it was converted to a draft house style theater and renamed “The Pitcher Show.

Since then several retail efforts have occupied the space. In the 1990’s a successful computer repair store was there but the days when people had their big home PC’s repaired are as gone as the days of single screen theatres. The current tenant is Alabama Piano.

Contributed by Stan Malone

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StanMalone on February 5, 2019 at 3:16 pm

Photo of the Park South Plaza shopping center added to the photo section. (Currently the picture above the overview.). The tall frontage in the middle with the Alabama Piano sign was the location of the theater.

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