Old Post Office Theatre

245 Southeast Paradise Street,
Pullman, WA 99163

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Previously operated by: Carmike Cinemas

Functions: Bar

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According to the Lewiston Morning Tribune, Jack Clark opened the Old Post Office Theatre in 1980. The 230-seat seat was built, like its name says, in the old 1930’s post office.

Later operators include Excellence Theatres in 1989 and Carmike Cinemas who closed it on December 2, 1999.

Since 2010 it has been providing brewskies to Pullman as the Paradise Creek Brewery.

Contributed by Ron Pierce

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Ben_Ritherdon on November 25, 2014 at 6:36 am

Sorry to see that the Old PO closed down but I’ve just realised (after writing a nostalgic post on the Audian page, which I should’ve put here) that it actually closed down while I lived in Pullman in 1999. So I guess that should have read “sad to be reminded of its closing”! I do remember now.

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