THE BRINDLEY BROTHERS NOW BOOKING “UNION STAGE PRESENTS” CONCERT SERIES AT HISTORIC MIRACLE THEATRE
350-seat Theatre on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC Now AVAILABLE For Bookings!
My brothers and I are very excited to have established a long-term relationship with the Miracle Theatre on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. Upon first walking into the venue, we knew this would be a perfect space for concerts: 350 seats, incredible sound and lights, all the right vibes of a cool, historic space. Plus, the theatre is run by a great group of people who we have been friends with for years. It’s a match made in concert heaven!
Right now the space is used for various purposes including movies, community gatherings, and private events. My brothers and I will be introducing an ongoing, curated concert series into the mix. We will handle all aspects of the experience including booking, marketing, ticketing, production, artist hospitality, concessions, and more.
The theatre happens to be only minutes away from our new club, Union Stage, too. We anticipate all kinds of cool cross-promotional opportunities.
Please email me any and all show ideas for the space – firstname.lastname@example.org. I look forward to hearing from you!
MIRACLE THEATRE AT-A-GLANCE
• 350 seats, including balcony.
• Newly renovated theatre from 1909
• World-class sound and lights
• All ages all the time
• Prime location on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC
• Venue Address: 535 8th St SE Washington, DC 20003
• Perfect room for all types of acoustic, roots, folk, speakers, podcasts, comedy, and more.
• Now booking! Please send any and all show ideas!
About the Miracle Theatre
The Miracle Theatre is located on Capitol Hill in the historic Barracks Row neighborhood. The original building, the Meader Theater, opened on December 27, 1909 as a vaudeville theatre with a mix of entertainment, including motion pictures and live performances. During the theatre’s many transitions and renovations it showed a variety of films including silent, triple-feature westerns and in the late 1950s, foreign films.
On March 23, 2011, National Community Church purchased the building and renovated it for use as a second-run movie theater and performance venue with state-of-the-art sound and lights.