See A First-Class Film at the Carolina Theatre

See A First-Class Film at the Carolina Theatre

Located In the heart of downtown, the venerable Carolina Theater comes with plenty of character and charm great reasons it remains the city's most celebrated cinema. Films are screened nightly, running the gamut from award-winning independents to timeless classics. Refreshments, Including beer and wine, are sold on-site. A number of concerts and events, such as April's roll Frame Documentary Film Festival also find a home in the space.


309 West Morgan Street
NC 27701
For tickets call 919-560-3030 or visit

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