The $2.5 million renovation of Larkspur’s historic Lark Theater is wrapping up this 7 days after a year of delays, rising prices and partial openings.
The 82-year-outdated theater at 549 Magnolia Ave. received a complete facelift but stays accurate to its artwork-deco model.
Interior do the job includes a new lobby, concessions spot, seating, lighting and an additional adjustable stage for live gatherings. New showcase home windows, marquee lighting and upgraded box business also were being extra.
A reopening celebration is set for 5 p.m. Thursday and will attribute wine and hors d’oeuvres, live songs, theater tours and a ceremony.
A broadcast screening of the musical live performance “Ball and Boe,” showcasing functions Michael Ball and Alfie Boe, also is planned.
The celebration coincides with the Left Bank’s Bastille Day celebration on Magnolia Avenue. Tickets for the screening are $12 to $24. Much more info is at bit.ly/3aqBuqh.