LaBelle Theatre


Walter B. Urling built the original LaBelle, and named the theatre after “Isabelle”, both his daughter’s and mother’s name.  The LaBelle continued to function as a movie house, enduring a name change to Cinema South in the late 1960’s, but closed in the 1980’s. The building served as a church through the 1990’s.  In 2003, the City of South Charleston purchased the building, and work continues to bring The LaBelle back to life again as a working theatre.

Rental available for church services, parties, corporate meetings, concerts, plays, weddings, reunions, auctions, gospel sings, fundraisers, private movies, types of exercise, art shows and more.  Handicap parking is available and interior of theatre is handicap accessible.  There is free parking on South Charleston streets.  Advertise you event on the LaBelle marquee for  $15.00.  There is new tile, carpet, theatre seats, sound equipment, historical pictures of South Charleston, beautiful crystal chandeliers, drapes, and painting.  Some museum items are displayed in lobby.

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  • 255 seats
  • $75.00 per hour – includes PA System, DVD and video equipment
  • Rental available for church services, parties, corporate meetings, concerts, plays, weddings, reunions, auctions, gospel sings, fundraisers, private movies, types of exercise, art shows and more
  • Handicap accessible parking and interior of theatre
  • Free parking
  • Advertise event on marquee $15.00
  • New lighting on marquee and exterior of the building
  • Limited concessions in lobby only
  • New tile, carpet, theatre seats, sound equipment, historical pictures of South Charleston, beautiful crystal chandeliers, drapes, painting
  • Some museum items displayed in lobby
  • No food or beverages are allowed in the theatre!

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