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Beautiful theater and they do all they can to accommodate- Show was fantastic. Seats are a bit cramped because it's such an old theater but it was worth it! Didn't detract from the experience....suggest if you have a tall male to take an aisle seat...More
Concerts at the southern are special. They theater sports just as much of a historical feeling and plush architecture and ambience as the Ohio theater but in a smaller setting. It’s hard to call it intimate given its size.
Plenty of parking in the garage...More
Back in the 1970s, the Southern Theater was an afterthought when it came to theaters in Columbus. Known mostly as a second-rate movie house, the theater was on its last legs. Then, restoration happened. The theater was acquired by the Columbus Association of Performing Arts...More
I recently went to see Jim Brickman at the Southern Theater and it's such a beautiful place. Acoustics are amazing and the theater ornate and decorative!
The size of the theater is nice so there is no bad seat although I do prefer the loge...More
We went to see ProMusica Chamber Orchestra, Naked Classics: Beethoven 5. It was a great show and the acoustics in this theater are great. It was open seating and we had no issues finding a seat on our own. We sat on the main level...More
Visited this Theater this weekend, all of the staff was extremely helpful and professional. The theater itself is beautiful, the seats were very comfortable and roomy which was nice not rubbing shoulders and elbows with the person sitting beside you. The sound acoustics and lighting...More
The Southern Theatre is by far my favorite venue in the Columbus Ohio area for live music. One often hears the phrase, "there is not a bad seat in the house." This is more true at the Southern than any other theater anywhere in the...More
The Southern is one of Columbus' Grand Dames. Stunning pretty and acoustically pure.
The building itself has been restored to its glory -- with ample nearby parking. On event nights, Columbus Police help patrons across the street and there are plenty of nearby eateries and...More
Was there on a Tuesday night for an excellent John Hiatt concert. Beautiful theater. I think it’s from the 1800’s. Fell into disrepair and was lovingly restored. Great acoustics! Everyone working/volunteering there is friendly and helpful. I’ve loved a couple shows here but forgot how...More