The Latchis Main Theatre has stood as is since 1938 and is a member of the League of Historic American Theatres. Bedecked with Greek murals by the Hungarian-American painter Louis Jambor, swaddled in velvet curtains, and accented with a panoramic view of the Zodiac on the ceiling, our performance space has welcomed the likes of Rosanne Cash, Collegiate A Capella champions, and the New England Center for Circus Arts. Beginning with Vaudeville and silent films, our stage has shown exceptional music, art, and moving pictures to Southern Vermont for over eighty years.
Today, the Latchis Theatre is a stately stage for live events, an elegant place to catch some current cinema, or the perfect venue for your next special occasion. We update our movie roster every other week and we’ll often keep especially popular titles showing for as long as our community wants to see them.
Our multi-screen set up and multiple theatres allow us to do many things at once. We frequently partner with local nonprofits to bring new and different cinematic experiences to town through our Brattleboro theatre. If you’d like to use our space, don’t hesitate to contact us.