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Explore our website and find out how you can support the Martin Centre. Benefits of various offers range from advance purchase of tickets as well as early show announcements and special ticket offers or visibility for you or your business. Help the Martin Centre's legacy live on by supporting the theatre, improving quality of life and bringing diverse cultural experiences to Coffee County. We want you to be part of our Martin family, experience its beauty and history and this is why we offer several ways for you to engage with us to help maintain and develop the Martin Centre. Become a Friend of the Martin today!
The Martin Theater opened in 1940 and closed as a movie theater in 1970. Restored to its art deco splendor, the theater is now known as the Martin Centre and is used as a performing arts center.About the Martin Centre
Our memberships provide wonderful benefits and supports our effort to preserve and conserve our local history. Our goal is to bring cultural events and improve quality of life in Coffee County.Ways to support
25 Nov, 17Upcoming
Santa will be at the Martin Centre for shop local Saturday. FREE ADMISSION! Have pictures made with Santa with our photographer for $10 (optional). You…01 Dec, 17Upcoming
John Glosson A Night of Christmas. A holiday tradition featuring special guests. Tickets available locally at J & D Café | Designs.
What people are saying about the Martin Centre
I love this place! Perfectly renovated! Southern charm in the heart of Douglas!Kristel Harrell Taylor
I absolutely love The Martin Centre, I spent every Saturday there all day long when I was young with many of my friends (many years ago)! I’m so glad they preserved itDebi Banks
Thoroughly enjoyed the venue. The decor is awesome and comfortable. Not a bad seat in the houseDoug Ross
History is made up of millions of moments by millions of people, each with their own point of view or memory of the event. So it is with the Martin Centre. Its history is made up of the many memories through many years lived within its walls.William Minkema