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good, intimate venue for concerts. the only problem we had was...there is no security to keep people from coming up front and leaning on the stage. took me back to the 70's and rushing the stage. I guess I have grown older, but we bought...More
We were in town for university activities, pleasant surprise that G.S. was playing. The theatre is older, kind of run down, but was great for this group. Seats are worn but comfortable, the bar staff friendly, great history in the building (including ghosts!).
Whether you just drive past it, or step inside, one thing immediately becomes clear -- the Kent Stage (http://www.thekentstage.com) has been around for a while, and it's got the energy to prove it. Manager Tom Simpson manages to pull serious talent for this unassuming venue...More
If the Kent Stage was gutted, all brand new inside, with AC blasting, would it be better? Why? Would it be way more expensive? Certainly. My husband is a concert lover from way back in the 70's. We have attended lots of concerts in at...More
I appreciated being able to see Al Stewart within 40 miles of home. This venue needs much renovation. Some of the theater seats have been removed and replaced with stacking chairs. We had theater seats which were lower than the stacking chairs, so it made...More
Although this building is aging, and needs to be updated, it is still an exciting venue for great acts! I have been there in the last eight months to see The Temptations, Hugh Laurie and his band, and the Irish Rovers on their final US...More