Formerly the London Fog factory, Meadow Mill is home to a number of non-profits, many of them with an artistic bent: Morton Street Dance Company, the Baltimore Pottery Guild, the Baltimore Gemcutters Guild, and the Handel Choir – just to name a few.
The space began life as a theater under the old Axis Theater, and The Mobtown Players – in our old itinerant days – had the privilege of using the space for our fourth show. When Axis folded, Mobtown and Run of the Mill went in together to rent the space. Mobtown is proud of our tradition of giving a number of theater companies their first performance space in Baltimore, including – most recently – Teatro 101 and Glass Mind.
The Mobtown Theater is a 68-seat venue, and fully handicapped-accessible. Most nights our concession stand offers not only munchies and soda, but also beer and wine. Unlike many theaters, we believe that a show is best enjoyed with a beverage; we allow whatever you buy at the concession stand to be brought into the theater during the show.
Directions & Parking
The Mobtown Theater at Meadow Mill
3600 Clipper Mill Road
Baltimore, MD 21211
Go to Google Maps for a customizable map and detailed driving directions.
It’s tough to find, we admit it. Google, MapQuest, GPS – nothing seems to work very well, we’re afraid. We’re hoping the very new lighted sign on the building that says – very prominently – “MEADOW MILL” – will help people out. We’re in that building. But to take you to our doorstep….
From 83 heading north (Orange route):
From 83 heading south (Blue route):
Hey! Look at this! The guys over at Glass Mind put together this video for those of you more spatially aware.
Glass Mind’s Travel Guide: Getting To Mobtown Theater!
from GlassMind Theatre on Vimeo.
Super Secret Back Door Entrance
(But only if you DO NOT CROSS THE LIGHT RAIL TRACKS!!!)
There is ample parking in the lot around the Meadow Mill Complex.
We are also very convenient to Light Rail; the Woodberry stop is right at the top of the driveway/ramp.
The Concession Stand
Most nights we offer a small selection of beer and wine, along with soda, water, and snacks and candy. The best part is, we’re not like those fussy theaters you go to. We want you to bring your beer and potato chips from the concession stand into the theater. And if you run out in the middle of the show, feel free to quietly extricate yourself from your seat and come out to the lobby for another.
It’s happening in Hampden! Several fine establishments to eat and drink. And I can’t even go on about half the shopping. Most of everything is on The Avenue – 36th Street – and is about two blocks away. And, hey, if you want to know a little more about the ‘hood – The Hampden Village Merchants Association.
And if Hampden doesn’t do it for ya’, you can always skip over to Coldspring Lane a few more blocks away to take advantage of a few other Baltimore treasures. Or even head towards Homewood and Charles Village.
Before the show, after the show – there’s always something else to do!
Because of the venue, every performance will be handicapped accessible. Handicapped parking is clearly marked in the parking lot in front of the theater’s entrance. Use the ramp to the main door. When reserving tickets, please let us know that you are coming so we can make your evening as enjoyable as possible.