People tend to check in during these times:
Great venue absolutely loved it not a bad seat in the house.
Real cool place to see shows, your usually real close to the bands. Smoke spot is definitely a plus.
Great Venue, not a bad seat in the house
It was great! No bad seats
Haunted by the ghost of an actor who performed here in 1921. Tragically there was a race riot here in 1921 and a couple of African American men were cornered and murdered in the men's restroom.
If you're waiting for the doors to open, then check out the Hunt Club at Main and Cameron. Nice place.
Right down the street on Sat., 11-19-11, 7 -10PM, Living Arts (307 E Brady), is presenting the "2011 Champagne & Chocolate Gala and Art Sale & Silent Auction." go to www.livingarts.org for more info
Built in 1914 with a record breaking 2,800 seats Brady Theatre was first designed as a municipal auditorium & convention hall. When it opened became known largest hall from Kansas City to Houston,TX