The Beacham

The Beacham Theatre was a cinema house built in the heart of Orlando, Florida by Braxton Beacham Sr. in 1921. The Beacham Theatre was considered an important contributing structure when the Downtown Orlando historic district was created in 1980 and the building was granted local landmark status in 1987. The Beacham was once part of the vaudeville circuit and hosted celebrity acts such as John Philip Sousa, the Ziegfeld Follies and W.C. Fields, whose signatures were once visible inside the dressing room. 

In the eras of silent film and Classical Hollywood cinema, The Beacham was operated as a movie theater that utilized then state-of-the-art motion picture technology. The live entertainment era continues on stage at both The Beacham and partner The Social. Prominent local, national, and international musical acts including Ray Charles, B.B. King, The Police, Slayer, Al Stewart, The Pixies The Wailers, Mac Miller, Tyler the Creator, Noname, and countless others continue to perform with fidelity to loyal fans who travel from greater Orlando and beyond to visit our spaces. 

46 N Orange Ave, Orlando, FL 32801

(Located at the southwest corner of Orange Avenue and Washington Street.) 

(407) 648-8363 

Bookings – bookings@thebeacham.com 

Events – events@thebeacham.com