We invite you to join us in revitalizing the Historic TOS Theatre, as we bring this timeless piece of Pembroke’s past with us into the future.

Opened in 1939 by Savino Tos of Claxton, GA, the TOS Theatre quickly became a cornerstone of the community, delivering both film and live performances that captivated audiences for generations.

The TOS Theatre was a vibrant microcosm of mid-century entertainment as famed personalities such as Hedy Lamar, John Wayne, and Roy Rogers graced our silver screen and animated films like Pinocchio brought smiles to Pembroke’s smallest citizens.

Sadly, the 1970s saw the end of the theatre’s initial glory days.

The Friends of TOS Theatre, the Pembroke Downtown Development Authority, and the City of Pembroke, supported by our esteemed donors, are working to renovate our iconic theatre. We believe in the value of preserving our history while charting the course for a vibrant future.

The newly renovated space will offer state-of-the-art film projection, an expanded stage, modern concessions, and fully equipped event space.