This neoclassical landmark first opened in 1922, when silent films were played to the tunes of a pipe organ. Dubbed the ‘Pride of the...
Fresh Cafe Downtown
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1130 Bethel St · interesting places nearby
Hawaii Theater information
Beautifully restored, this grande dame of Oʻahu’s theater scene is a major venue for dance, music and theater. Performances include top Hawaii musicians, contemporary plays, international touring acts and film festivals. The theater also hosts the annual Ka Himeni Ana competition of singers in the traditional nahenahe style, accompanied by ukuleles.