Built in 1873 as a farmer’s lodge, the Village Theatre has been repurposed as a Grange Hall, movie theatre and church over its long and rich history. Today the Village Theatre is officially a Heritage historic site. A venue is an important part of any live performance.
The completely renovated Village Theatre (2014) enriches each experience with state-of-the-art stage equipment and lighting, luxury seating and a delightfully intimate setting.
233 Front Street
Danville, CA 94526
The town of Danville has its own rich and exciting history. It was first part of Mission San Jose’s grazing land and a Mexican land grant called Rancho San Ramon. When the Southern Pacific Railroad came to the Valley in 1891, Danville began to grow. Today, its history as a railroad town remains evident in the architecture and small-town charm.
Danville is not only known for its art galleries and museums, but a number of first-class, award-winning restaurants.
Consider making the Klavan in Danville event an evening with dinner an any of our finest restaurants. Just one–Bridges–is also noted for providing the infamous restaurant scene in Mrs. Doubtfire.