The East End Bazaar, a project of Charleston East End Main Street, is an open-air artisan market featuring an eclectic mix of functional and collectible art and hand-crafted goods. It will also feature a full lineup of live, acoustic music and other entertainment each weekend.
Patrick is an actor, playwright, filmmaker, and arts advocate from Charleston WV. Patrick holds a Masters of Arts in Television, Radio, and Film from Syracuse University’s S.I. Newhouse School of Communication. A staunch advocate for West Virginians in film, Patrick has worked previously with the West Virginia International Film Festival and West Virginia Filmmakers Festival, of which he acted as director.
The Alban was built in 1938 as a Movie House. It has since been renovated and is now called the Alban Arts and Conference Center. The Alban now seats 206 in its fixed theatre seats and can hold up to 250 people. The Alban has two conference rooms and a full kitchen in addition to the main theater space. The Alban houses community theatre productions, Arts Instruction, an Art Gallery, a full size movie screen and a stocked concession stand. The Alban can be rented for a variety of events including but not limited to parties, conferences, concerts, weddings, pageants and much more.