Lyric Theatre & Cultural Arts Center
Historic movie theater that is now more of a music venue for the Woodsongs old time radio hour and a sight for cultural events. Some music legends and some local musicians play Woodsongs. —Until the early 1960’s the Lyric was one of Lexington’s “black” movie houses as segregation was STILL…
Restored theater that shows occasional movies and has other cultural events. Every Monday evening the Woodsongs Olde-Time Radio Hour is taped here. Woodsongs is a musical interview show featuring all genres of music that airs on radio stations globally and most PBS stations in the US.
Arts and entertainment including plays, concerts, films, and the home Woodsongs Oldtime Radio hour in a renovated theatre that catered to African Americans during segregation.
“Beautiful art deco movie house. Started out as a vaudeville theater in the 1920’s. Shows many great independent and art house movies. As well as classic movies, foreign gems, quality mainstream flicks and cult classics. Midnight movies on the weekend. Main st. Two screens. Occasionally live bands perform.—Has been the site for the premiere showing of several movies filmed in the region. A Lexington classic!!”
“Great local sports bar. KY fare at its best. Favorites are the trout, buffalo wings, tomato soup and beet salad.”
“Friendly staff and good affordable seafood options. With a great Sunday brunch to boot. ”