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Byrd Theatre to celebrate installation of new seats with ribbon cutting Friday evening

Management of the historic Carytown movie palace will hold a public ribbon cutting this evening at 6:45 PM to celebrate the installation of the first section of new seats as replacement of the entire facility’s seating continues.

Trevor Dickerson

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The first phase of a large effort to replace the aging seating at the historic Byrd Theatre in Carytown is finally complete. The process, which we’ve covered extensively, began in July and is still ongoing.

To celebrate the new center section seating going in–the first seat updates in 90 years–the Byrd is hosting a public ribbon cutting and dedication this evening, Friday, October 6th, at 6:45 PM.

The ribbon cutting will take place outside the theatre on the sidewalk at 2908 W. Cary Street, and all are welcome.
As the seating replacement efforts continue, The Byrd is still offering the chance to name a seat, complete with individual or business names, for $25 a pop. You can learn more here.

Following the ceremony, the theatre will host a showing of Spiderman: Homecoming at 7:15. Tickets are $4.

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Trevor Dickerson is the Editor and Co-Founder of RVAHub.