On Stage at the Halloran Centre brings a diverse array of live entertainment to our intimate 361-seat theatre each year.
Create a custom On Stage at the Halloran Centre experience while enjoying exclusive savings and benefits!
Purchase a flexible package of 8 or more tickets now that can be used for the shows of your choosing throughout the season. Eight-ticket packages are $260, and you can add more seats to your package for $32.50 per ticket.
Packages include VIP perks like restaurant discounts, optional pre-paid parking, and invitations to special events.
Flexible packages are not available online; please visit or call the box office. Tickets purchased as part of flexible packages cannot be used for the Songwriters Series.
Our Music Series is back for a fourth year with more world-renowned artists! We kick it off in August with The Bar-Kays 55th Anniversary Celebration and follow those legends up with 11 other exemplary genre-spanning acts.Explore the Series
In its third year, the Theatre Series will bring you magic, history, and humor. Starting with the Halloran Centre's first magic show and ending with a Golden Girls puppet parody, you'll spend three nights to remember with this series.Explore the Series
In its inaugural year, the Songwriters Series hosted by Memphis songwriter Mark Edgar Stuart will take audiences on a journey behind the music, sharing personal stories and introducing exciting new works in the intimate Halloran Centre Lounge.Explore the Series
Memphis Symphony Orchestra Music Director and Conductor Robert Moody presents a new three-part symphony series. In The Orchestra Unplugged, Moody unlocks the musical genius of Beethoven, takes audiences to the “Crossroads,” where Delta Blues Robert Johnson and Igor Stravinsky meet, and deconstructs the full historical arc of music from the Gregorian Chant to great 21st Century Composers.Explore the Series
This April, celebrate Jazz Appreciation Month with a three-part festival at the venue with the best listening experience in downtown Memphis. The festival kicks off with the previously announced Grammy winner Alison Brown, who is followed by the University of Memphis' own Southern Comfort Jazz Orchestra. Nashville-based duo Jaimee Paul and Leif Shires wrap up the inaugural festival.Explore the Series