Grand Theatre

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This article is about the 1910s theater on 2nd Avenue South in Birmingham. For other uses, see Grand Theatre (disambiguation).

The Grand Theatre was a Vaudeville/burlesque theater that was located at 1920–1922 2nd Avenue South in the 1910s.

The theater re-opened in April 1915 with E. A. Turner and J. M. Turner as executives and Pat Wall as manager. The program consisted of three shows daily featuring musical comedies and a varied line-up of dancers.

Adamson Ford renovated the former theater building as an auto showroom in 1937.