The Cabot is a gem of the North Shore. Built in, 1920, with its frescoes, filigrees, golden dome, and expansive balcony, The Cabot was grand enough to rival big-city show palaces, and spacious enough to accommodate any kind of entertainment, from silent pictures, to vaudeville, to opera.
Since 2015, The Cabot has undergone extensive renovations and restoration to bring The Cabot back to its original grandeur, but with modern amenities that today’s audiences require. Thanks to our generous community, we have made incredible progress but there are still some major improvements to do. Please consider a gift to our capital campaign and keep the arts alive on the North Shore of Boston.
Future Renovations Needed
Facade and Roof Work
- Renovate and enhance the façade of the building including new energy efficient windows.
- Roof replacement.
Artist and Patron Amenities
- Modernize the artist and patron experience including the renovation of restrooms.
- Upgrade the artist Green Rooms.
- Add movie surround sound in the theater.
TOTAL Cost of Restoration and Modernization = $10,000,000