8004 Winbrook Drive
Benbrook, TX 76126
Phone: (817) 249-8008
Fax: (817) 249-8007
This modern Christian club is smoke and alcohol free, thus ensuring a safe environment for young people to enjoy music and dance. The name "Club 412" comes from II Timothy 4:1-2, and the club is sponsored by the church in Cityview. The stage is elevated so that guests can see the entertainment from anywhere in the room.
When the Dallas Ballet Company dissolved in 1988, the Fort Worth Ballet expanded to include Dallas. The new company performs at both Bass Performance Hall in Fort Worth and the Music Hall at Fair Park in Dallas. Each season consists of a mixture of contemporary, as well as traditional works performed locally and on tours nationally and internationally. Performances include the popular Christmas event, The Nutcracker, and Romeo and Juliet. Ticket prices range from $12 to $50, depending on the event.
When in downtown Fort Worth, a trip to this cinema will certainly leave you with a pleasant feeling. Part of the Rave Motion Pictures Group, it screens the latest and newest releases from Hollywood. Check the website for more details and book your tickets early. The venue tends to fill up quickly, especially on weekends. Then, enjoy your date with the stars!
Built in 1948, Ridglea Theater was a modern theater, but with the increased popularity of the multiplex cinema house, less visitors frequented the place. Later it was transformed into a movie and dinner theater, a venue for laser shows, finally in 1999, a concert hall. Since then it has became a mecca for ardent music lovers. Along with the celebrated artists, it also provides a platform to local and budding amateurs to showcase their talents. Be it Willie Nelson or Hank Williams III or Breaking Benjamin, they have delivered power performances to the music enthusiasts.
A visit to this cinema might just turn you into a fan—not just of the movie scene, but of the venue itself! Patrons are treated to a beer-pizza-movie combo, which entails the purchase of a ticket at the box office and an order from the delicious snack menu at the refreshment stand. Folks are then handed a glowing number by which they can be identified as they take in their favorite flick. The order is freshly-prepared and served with a flourish. Check the website for more details and get ready to turn into a lazing couch potato!
Fort Worth Theatre is the city's oldest theatre company. The company performs a wide variety of shows throughout the year. It is widely known for its Hispanic series. Special events include the Annual Hispanic Playwrights Festival. The theatre company also provides an outreach program for area schools to children in grades two through 12. The purpose of the workshops is to teach theatre to children who might not otherwise have the opportunity. Admission to performances is $15 for adults, $12 for seniors and $10 for students.
A variety of artists are displayed in this quaint gallery located in the Fort Worth Cultural District. Pieces on hand represent an eclectic range of individual styles, media and subjects in William Campbell contemporary art. There is an intentional emphasis on cultural diversity and individual expression. Even the most discriminating art collector will be sure to find something that catches his or her eye.
The Daniel-Meyer Coliseum located within the Texas Christian University campus is home to the 'Horned Frog Hoopsters', the university basketball team. Named after a popular university alumnus Milton Daniel and the university sports coach Dutch Meyer, the coliseum features up to date basketball and general sports facilities. The space easily accommodates over 7000 people and is therefore, used for a variety of university and campus events too. The tastefully done interiors of the coliseum also make it a great venue for non-sporting events and live performances. Check website for details.
Named after Amon G. Carter, statesman and publisher of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram and a local icon, this stadium lies on the Texas Christian University campus. Carter was instrumental in bringing national recognition to both Fort Worth and the University. Built in 1929, this stadium seats over 44,000 people and is home to the 'Horned Frogs', the university football team. Renowned sportsmen like Bob Lily and Jim Swink have played in this stadium. Come here and get bowled over!
This theater includes boasts of beautiful terrazzo floor and a bright neon sign overhead. Eight to 10 shows are produced here each year. Directors Jerry Russell and Jim Covault are talented artists who seek out quality work. Show themes are ever changing, with works by Neil Simon and Tony Kushner, a part of the family. The theater concurrently runs one series of experimental shows and another series of more conservative ones, and patrons can choose to attend both.
After more than 20 years of performing independently, Stage West and Shakespeare in the Park merged to form the Allied Theatre Group. Together, the groups provide year-round performances, including the best of drama, comedy, music, and special events. The Stage West arena is stilled used by the company and is located near Texas Christian University. Shakespeare in the Park performances take place annually during the summer monthes at Trinity Park. Admission costs vary by event. Show times vary, call the box office for details.
Ed Landreth Auditorium is home to the School of Music, TCU, which introduces the students to the world of music and hands-on-experience along with the maestros of melody. It is armed with world class facilities to which the professionals are akin to. Bustling with creative activities, it houses classrooms, studios, practice pad and a reception hall. Apart from hosting concerts of renowned artists like Frederica von Stade and pianist Adam Golka, recitals and music competitions are held here. With the acoustical sound equipment, music in its purest and finest form is celebrated here.