LaBelle Theatre

Walter B. Urling built the original LaBelle, and named the theatre after “Isabelle”, both his daughter’s and mother’s name.  The LaBelle continued to function as a movie house, enduring a name change to Cinema South in the late 1960’s, but closed in the 1980’s. The building served as a church through the 1990’s.  In 2003, the City of South Charleston purchased the building to bring The LaBelle back to life again as a working theatre.

  • 255 seats
  • $100.00 per hour – includes PA System, DVD and video equipment
  • Rental available for church services, parties, corporate meetings, concerts, plays, reunions, auctions, gospel sings, fundraisers, art shows and more
  • Handicap accessible parking and in the interior of theatre
  • Free parking
  • Advertise event on marquee $20.00