Clowes Memorial Hall
Clowes Memorial South Side
Location of Clowes Memorial Hall in Indiana
|Address||4602 Sunset Avenue
|Opened||October 18, 1963|
Clowes Memorial Hall officially known as "Clowes Memorial Hall of Butler University" is a theatre located on the campus of Butler University, in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States. Opened in late 1963, it has hosted numerous concerts, plays, and guest speakers.
Clowes Hall opened on October 18, 1963, in memory of Dr. George Henry Alexander Clowes. Clowes was a former researcher for Eli Lilly and Company. Clowes maintained a lifetime love of the arts, and with the help of his wife, and Butler University, the Clowes fund was created to help build what is now Clowes Memorial Hall.
The Clowes Memorial Hall has been home to a number of music performances and productions, including Les Misérables.
Tours of Clowes Hall are available on weekdays, at no charge, from 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM. Tourists are given a brief history, as well as a behind the scenes tour of the building.
|First Terrace and Boxes||307|
|Second Terrace and Boxes||289|
|Third Terrace and Boxes||282|
(limited viewing seats)