• Imperial Theatre
  • 745 Broad Street
  • PO Box 31126, Augusta, GA 30903
  • Augusta, GA 30901
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  • January 8, 2021 - January 11, 2021
  • Recurring daily
  • Admission: $10 per day

Poison Peach showcases local independent films in a variety of genres. This year's event has limited seating following CDC guidelines; masks are mandatory.

Friday evening is family-friendly, beginning at 7 p.m. with shorts including Joseph Zuchowski's Nevermorbid, Keliance EastWind's Ghosts of EastWind and Christopher Forbes' Die by the Sword, Part 2.

Saturday evening is adult-oriented, mostly horror, beginning with a short block including Jezibell Anat's Feeding, Robert Seawell's The Grandson, and Christopher Forbes' Protectors of the Violent Faith.
Sunday is a 3 p.m. screening of Christopher Forbes' Civil War epic Hampton's Legion.
Tickets are $10 per day and can be purchased by calling the Imperial Theatre box office at 706-722-8341 during business hours (Tues. to Fri. from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.) or the days of the showings (if available). Tickets are NOT available online.

The Wells, Augusta's Theatre Beautiful was built for the presenting of vaudeville and photoplays to the community by Mr. Jake Wells. The Theatre opened on Monday, February 18, 1918. After the acquisition of several other local theatres by Lynch Enterprises, The Wells Theatre's was changed to The Imperial Theatre. Throughout the early 1900s, the theatre continued to provide the city of Augusta and the surrounding area with great entertainment. Included in this bill of fare was Leo Carrillo who later became the Cisco Kid's partner, Poncho; and the famous ballet dancer Anna Pavlova. It is in the Broad Street Historical District and is listed on the National Register as important to the character of the entire district. Although it is a certainty that a large number of celebrities of the day must have graced the stage of the theatre only a few are documented in the Imperial Theatre's archives. Among the earliest recorded appearances was the visit of Charlie Chaplin, who appeared at the theatre on April 18, 1918, selling Liberty war bonds. Today, the historic Imperial Theatre serves as downtown Augusta's home for the performing arts. Audiences can see Ballet, Broadway Plays and Musicals, Concerts from both local and international artists and more on the Imperial stage.