The Bing Theater

  • Overview
  • Amenities
  • Meeting Facilities
  • Events
  • The Bing Theater logoThe Bing Theater is a performing arts theater and part-time movie theater.  The theater can seat up to 750 people and has state of the art audio/visual equipment.  Movies do not run daily; please check our website for more info.

  • Information
    General Information
    • Handicap Accessible: Yes
    • Distance from Airport: 7 Miles
    • Distance from Downtown: In Downtown
    Hours (Visit website to verify hours)
    • Hours: Varies on event. Check out our website.
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  • Facility Info
    Meeting Rooms
    • Exhibits Space
    • Description The Bing Crosby Theater is an elegantly restored 1915 neoclassical theater, perfect for live performances and corporate events. Host your entire event or enhance your meeting with a private concert just for your attendees. The Bing’s professional staff is technically equipped with a complete sound and stage lighting system and video/film projection.
    • Largest Room 10000
    • Total Sq. Ft. 10000
    • Reception Capacity 500
    • Theatre Capacity 756
    • Number of Rooms 1
    • Booths 6
    Theater Auditorium
    • Total Sq. Ft.: 10000
    • Width: 80
    • Length: 100
    • Height: 40'
    • Theater Capacity: 756
    • Width: N/A
    • Height: N/A
    • Reception Capacity: 500
    • The Bing Theater
    • Date: April 23, 2017
    • Address: 901 W Sprague Ave, Spokane, WA 99201
    • Admission: $7-$15
    • 2-4 pm

    Following their hit run on Broadway, close friends Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart share the stage once more in Harold Pinter’s No Man's Land, broadcast live from Wyndham’s Theatre, London. The perfect premise for showcasing the wit and humor of two theatrical veterans casts the two characters with...

    • Date: May 15, 2017
    • Address: 901 W 1st Ave, Spokane, WA 99201
    • Phone: (509) 534-5805
    • Admission: $6/students, $9/adults
    • 7 pm

    Based on Stephen King’s novella The Body, Rob Reiner’s 1986 bittersweet film, ‘Stand By Me’ is set in Castle Rock, OR, over Labor Day weekend in 1959 and tells the story of four friends who embark on a journey to learn more about the death of a child killed near their rural home. What begins as a...