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Receiving the boutique luxury hospitality, we specialize in here at Hotel Zero Degrees Norwalk, you’re nicely positioned to enjoy a concert—or a comedy routine, or a film, or a piece of performance art—at one of Norwalk’s most historic entertainment venues.

It’s the Wall Street Theater we’re talking about, the newest incarnation of a centenarian facility that’s had many of them.

The Wall Street Theater: A Norwalk Mainstay

The Wall Street Theater opened way back in 1914 as the Regent, a vaudeville and movie house that drew illustrious stars and an elegant audience. In the 1930s, it into the Norwalk Theater, a longstanding cinema shuttered in 1989. The place was reborn in the 1990s as a succession of music and dace clubs: the Marquee, the Globe Theater, the Roxy.

Now this National Historic Landmark that’s delighted so many varied audiences over the decades has launched an exciting new era as the Wall Street Theater, a multifaceted art and performance outlet run by a non-profit group dedicated to “enriching the cultural life of Norwalk and greater Fairfield County.”

Besides concerts, plays, musicals, comedy shows, dance recitals, and other live performance, the Wall Street Theater provides a wide range of arts classes to young and old and hosts lectures, school events, and other community happenings.

Upcoming at the Wall Street

As usual, there’s quite a bit of good stuff on the Wall Street Theater calendar over the next month or so. The 2018 edition of Connecticut’s Got Talent is underway: The theater will host a live audition show on Friday, February 23rd and then the live finale show on Friday, March 2nd.

Concert-wise, there’s much to look forward to: The Werks play on Thursday, February 8th (supported by Cabin Fever); Mystic Bowie celebrates his Annual Birthday Bash with the Talking Dreads on Friday, February 9th; the Delfonics Revue with Guy Stevens appear on Saturday the 10th (with Tim Currie’s Motown Review Band); and on Saturday, February 17th Johnny Neel of the Allman Bros. brings his Screamin Eagles Band to the theater.

So soak up some Norwalk-style nightlife at the Wall Street Theater while enjoying convenient, close-by accommodations at Hotel Zero Degrees!

A Night on the Town in Norwalk With Hotel Zero Degrees, Mediterraneo, & the Wall Street Theater

So soak up some Norwalk-style nightlife at the Wall Street Theater while enjoying convenient, close-by accommodations at Hotel Zero Degrees! And hey, before the show why not enjoy a gourmet European-accented dinner at our on-site restaurant, Mediterraneo?