Byrd Theatre 2908 W Cary Street Richmond VA 23221-3515
(804)353-9911 To avoid confusion, the phone message always has the current week (Friday-Thursday) only. If you want to know what is starting Friday before midnight on Thursday; byrdtheatre.com is the only place to find out!
Our theatre box office always opens 1/2 hour before each show. Regular shows tickets are $4 This includes Family Classics (Bear in mind that we do not show previews, so arrive early!)
Once you have a ticket for a show, you will not be admitted until we have started seating for that show, which will be after we have finished clearing the crowd from the prior show. Unfortunately we do not have space inside for people to wait without impeding fire egress, so you will be required to wait outside regardless of weather conditions.
We do now offer online sales for most of our regular screenings. If online sales are available for a particular show, there will be a ticket icon with “Buy Online” on the show in the home page listing. There is a $1 per transaction fee for purchasing online. Bear in mind that with 1300 seats, we rarely sell out and even with your online ticket, you must wait outside till we are admitting for the show you are attending. You must either print the tickets sent to your email or have them available on your mobile device to show when you enter…we cannot validate them any other way. We do not sell online tickets for shows that we are not producing….outside and rental shows handle their own ticketing.
Advance tickets for special events are generally not sold at theatre: they frequently are available at Bygones, Chop Suey Books, or from sponsoring organizations. (Check our event listings for specifics about a particular event or show.) We now accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express & Discover in addition to cash at our box office and concession stand.
(804) 358-3056 Be prepared to leave a message; it is unlikely you will get anyone at this number at any time. Note: Messages left at this number requesting schedule information will NOT be returned.
email@example.com Manager’s Note: If you want to contact us about rentals, lost items, screen advertising or other pressing issues, you will get much faster response by emailing rather than leaving a phone message. Emails come directly to my cell phone and I will contact you as soon as possible.
There is plenty of parking in Carytown. The three-hour weekday limit, currently being actively enforced, on most of Cary itself ends at 6pm, so if you grab a space by 4, you’re good for dinner, a movie, and dessert or more afterwards! There also is street parking with no time limit on many of the side streets off Cary. There are also two dual-level parking decks in Carytown, one of which is directly behind the Byrd off Colonial Ave…these have a posted 3-hour limit which is now enforced Monday-Friday from 8am-6pm.
Our patrons may also park in the surface lot behind the stores in the block right before ours (west of the Byrd) You may park in this lot till 1am most nights and till 4am weekends. NONE of these parking areas belong to the Byrd, so we have no control over changes in policies. You MAY NOT park in the private lot alongside of Citizen Burger Bar or the one in front of Sen Organic across the street from the Byrd. Also note there is a passenger loading zone immediately in front of the theatre that is “no parking” whenever we are open, allowing you to drop off your family safely before parking your car.
The information on this website is the most up-to-date information on Byrd shows available. We provide information to other movie websites, but when mistakes are made, it’s all but impossible to fix in a timely fashion. Second-run films have to be booked as they are available, so it isn’t possible to know what we will play several weeks in advance. Rarely do we know before Tuesday what will start Friday. The film distributors have absolute control over when a film is “second-run”, so just because something is no longer showing elsewhere in town doesn’t mean it’s available to us. When several movies are available at the same time we must make the best choice we can, which sometimes means deciding that something we would have liked to have shown will not show at the Byrd. There is no point emailing or leaving a message asking for information on our schedule (this includes asking whether or not a particular film will be shown at the Byrd) : if it isn’t here, it hasn’t been confirmed. To avoid confusion, the phone message always has the current week (Friday-Thursday) only. If you want to know what is starting Friday before Thursday at midnight; byrdtheatre.com is the only place to find out! ALWAYS CHECK the schedule for the night you want to attend: because of special events, a movie may not show every day!