Located on historic Courthouse Square in downtown Inverness, the theatre, which reopened in 2015, expands the cultural offerings for the community at large. The Valerie Theatre hosts concerts, plays, movies and more to the residents and visitors to the City of Inverness.
The historic City of Inverness is reminiscent of days gone by. When visiting the charming downtown area, stop by the Old Courthouse Museum or stop by one of the many shops, restaurants, pubs and retail establishments that dot the area. Make a day of it and experience the Withlacoochee Rails to Trails paved bicycle path and stay in one of our motels and bed & breakfasts or experience one of our outdoor events. For more information about Inverness, its history and our Events & Visitors Bureau, please visit www.inverness-fl.gov.
The box office is open Thursday, Friday & Saturday, Noon to 4PM and always one hour before showtime. Tickets are available online 24 hours a day or you may contact the box office with any questions at 352-341-7850.
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Mrs. Pearl G. Maddox built the theatre in 1926-27 during the silent movie era, naming it the Valerie after her daughter. Prices were 10 cents for children and 25 cents for adults. The theatre was gutted by fire in 1939 and rebuilt. The building remained vacant from 1987 until the City purchased it in 2009. With community involvement and detailed planning a grand reopening was held for the Valerie Theatre Cultural Center in June 2015.