The Thalian Hall is a historic theatre in Wilmington, North Carolina. Built in 1858, it is a noted structure in the city. It has an initial seating capacity of 1000.
The Thalian Hall is actually the last surviving theatre designed by one of the country?s top architects of the 19th century, John Montague Trimble. It immediately housed the Thalian Association, which is probably the oldest theatrical group in the city.
The Thalian Hall has survived more than a century and a half of serving the community as well as a number of demolition threats and attempts. It still stands today, though, as a reminder of the continuous support of the community to the arts and its history. It continues to host concerts, plays, and other live performances regularly.