The Beal House

222 Main St, Kingston
(781) 585-3051


Reviews for The Beal House

Saw the play Ellen's Boys at the Beal House. Victoria Bond is a tour de force as the shrewish Irish mother who doesn't like "eye-talians" and those of "Jewish persuasion". The playwright Jim Sullivan tackles the worst of the 1950s and 1960s in a lace curtained Irish home sprinkled with pictures on the wall of Jesus, the Virgin Mary and JFK . Funny at times, the cast delivered a powerful look at blatant prejudices that made me cringe. The only glimmer of hope was a ticket to NYC.

They had an awesome function for the Baystate Community Services and we got invited to a Christmas party there and it was set up beautiful and the food was great and we also got to see and take pictures with Santa and get gifts for the children.

Cute venue for craft fairs and events. Easy access for vendors to bring things in an out of the building. Stage for music and plays. Small kitchen was used by a food Vendor at the craft fair I did and it was good. Easy to spot on the street when you are coming up on your right but only spotted it just before I arrived on my left not giving me enough time to safety turn in to the parking lot. Extra parking behind ment plenty of parking for vendors and visitors.

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