The area's premier dinner theatre. The sets are always amazing, and some of Richmond's best talent performs here.

Joseph S.

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Youth programming begins.
In the late 1980’s the Mill was purchased by another local family, who began offering an educational youth theatre. The youth theatre continues today as one of the country's premier youth theatre programs.

The building is amazing, full of history and about 300 yr old timbers, stone and mortar.

Pamela B.

Theatre opens.
In 1965, inside one of the oldest landmarks in the nation, Swift Creek Mill Theatre opens its doors inviting the public to escape into a charming environment of hospitality and entertainment within their historic grist mill.
Theatre becomes ADA accessible.
In 2013 the Theatre undergoes major renovations to become ADA accessible while retaining the originality and character of the landmark structure.

The atmosphere is quaint and the food and service superb!

Theresa S.

our work!

Please consider joining us in maintaining this treasured piece of Virginia history.

Swift Creek Mill Theatre obtains nonprofit status.
In 2001 Swift Creek Mill Playhouse reorganizes to became the now 501(c)(3) Swift Creek Mill Theatre, offering entertainment of the highest caliber and world class youth theatre education.