Clarion Hotel Medical Center
925 S University Ave
Little Rock, AR 72204-1601
Phone: (501) 664-5020
Fax: (501) 614-3803
925 S University Ave, Little Rock, AR, US, 72204-1601
- Phone: (501) 664-5020
- Fax: (501) 614-3803
Jack Stephens Center is a prominent sports arena that was built in 2005 and is the home ground to the University of Arkansas at Little Rock Trojans basketball team. The arena is named after the billionaire Jackson T. Stephens and is considered to be amongst the best for its facilities and services. With a capacity of 5,600, this state-of-the-art features a full-court practice gym, locker rooms, training rooms, weight rooms along with the offices of coaches and administrative staff. In addition to sporting events, many social and community events are also held here.
Dine in style while watching a well-performed musical or comedy. An area tradition for over 30 years, Murry's features several talented local actors in popular plays such as 42nd Street, Opal is a Diamond and Pajama Tops. The lesser-known comedies are always a blast, and on especially fun nights the cast will ad lib half way through the performance. Dinner includes a well-stocked buffet with roast beef, poultry, pasta, salads and desserts. Don't be too absorbed in the play to not enjoy the delicious meal. Special group rates are available.
Fun for the whole family, Murray's Dinner Playhouse is a popular Little Rock entertainment venue. Open since 1967 under various names, Murray's serves up great laughs and stellar cuisine six days a week. Shows range from light-hearted comedies like 'Til Beth Do Us Part and classics like Steel Magnolias and South Pacific. The cuisine is highly influenced by whatever show is in production, so expect to see a different buffet each time. Whether you're visiting with the whole family or with a significant other, Murray's Dinner Playhouse is sure to entertain.
Experience the finer side of Little Rock by visiting the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra for a breathtaking performance. With over 48 seasons under its belt, this symphony puts on 30 or more concerts a year under the direction of Phillip Man. Numerous children's programs are offered through the symphony and discounted tickets can be had if purchased in bulk. Visit the website to find out more about upcoming shows.
Come by to this theatre, known for its friendly service, for an evening of fun with your friends or family. Choose among the latest Hollywood releases being shown on the 10 screens. Grab some snacks and some soft drinks, and park yourself in a relaxing Tempurpedic seat. Parking is available as well. For information on renting this theatre for special events, check the website or call for details.
This multiplex has 12 screens for your viewing pleasure. For an even more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For film times, ticket prices and further information, please call or see their website.
Comedians travel far and wide to entertain Little Rock at Loony Bin's Comedy House. It has hosted the likes of Jeff Foxworthy, Bobcat Goldthwaite, and ventriloquist extraordinaire, Jeff Dunham. The intimate space seats a mere 250 so everyone can be a humor target. Dress casual and be ready to laugh. The menu features an array of fun drinks and the typical beers by the glass or bucket. Food choices include a few sandwiches and a wealth of appetizers.
This tiny theater, located downtown next to Vino's Pizza Pub/Brewery, packs a load of talent. Fairly new to the Little Rock theater scene, the troupe has done a great job of keeping pace. You will laugh until your sides split; and cry until you realize it is only a play. Come see popular works such as "Jesus Christ Superstar" and more. Call for show times, and make sure you reserve a seat, as the shows are always packed. Tickets start at USD10.
A name that is of a quite revered status in the city, the Dreamland Ballroom is a heritage structure. The building in which the ballroom is housed is itself of prominence in the city. Known as Taborian Hall, the building was built in 1918 by Simeon Johnson for the organization, the Knights and Daughters of the Tabor. The ballroom came into existence around the early 1930s and by 1937, it became 'the' venue in the city, hosting such legends as Louis Armstrong, Ella Fitzgerald, and Count Basie. Today, the ballroom is being managed by the Friends of the Dreamland Ballroom organization and is a museum-cum-event-venue-cum-historic-landmark. A visit is sure to be intriguing for all. Call to know more.
Looking for a fun activity for the whole family? Test your skills at the roller-skating and ice skating rinks at this arena. Need lessons? Call about ice skating and hockey classes. A variety of refreshments are available at both rinks. During winter months, enjoy hot cocoa by the fireplace at the ice rink. Tickets may be bought for one rink or both. Thursday night is family night and parents skate free. Birthday parties and other functions are welcome.
This is a cinema with a difference—it is famous for screening award-winning films rather than the latest Hollywood blockbusters. Those who like to watch movies that make them think instead of thrilling them will definitely enjoy coming here. Memberships are not too expensive and members of this cinema get a slight discount for movies running after 6p. No credit cards are accepted. For further details, check the website.
Clear Channel Metroplex Event Center stretches across vast area of 21000 square feet. Visitors comfort and convenience is the sole aim of the place. Renowned organizations like March of Dimes and Arkansas Department of Higher Education, have hosted their events here. The facilities include spacious meeting rooms, huge parking spaces, storage spaces and Dining area. The prestigious Addy Awards were also held here.