Since 1924, The Granada Theatre has been a landmark destination in the Santa Barbara community, having hosted some of the 20th century’s greatest icons of the performing arts, from Charlie Chaplin and Fred Astaire to Yo Yo Ma, Steve Martin and the New York Philharmonic, to name a few. Re-opened in 2008, The Granada Theatre re-emerged as a state of the art home for many of Santa Barbara’s greatest artistic treasures and a place where the entire community comes together to engage, experience, learn and be inspired.
Today, the theater continues to be a central place for the community to connect. Now, thanks to support from local philanthropists, The Granada Theatre makes its McCune Founder’s Room available to local nonprofit organizations to use at a subsidized rate, through their Jurkowitz Center for Community Engagement. With a flexible space, bar and windows that open onto State Street, the Founder’s Room is the ideal location for meetings, conferences, photo shoots or gatherings. Conveniently located in the heart of downtown Santa Barbara, this unique space enhances the experience of any event. https://www.granadasb.org/community-engagement/community-engagement-space/