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The Funhouse

Mr Smalls - Facility - Funhouse

About

The Funhouse is a cozy club located just upstairs from Mr. Smalls Theatre, representing the artist & patron-centered environment Mr. Smalls is all about. The Funhouse provides a more intimate social space for relaxation and entertainment making it the perfect getaway for those who seek something fresh and new. Local and national acts stop by often– so should you. Free shows weekly.

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The Funhouse Stage

The Funhouse at Mr. Smalls is a model performance space for up-and-coming artists looking for a stepping-stone to even larger venues, as well as the perfect spot for regional and national artists to perform in a warm and personal environment. Designed for patrons 21+, The Funhouse is equipped with a full bar, an intimate setting, and the ability to house 175 patrons.

The Courtyard

The Courtyard is a multi-level outdoor spot with a stage that’s perfect for a band or DJ. With market lights strung up high and tons of dancing room below, this space offers a village feel in the steel city that’s ideal for crisp fall evenings or a cool summer night dance party.

The Funhouse Restaurant

The Funhouse Restaurant features savory, local free-range beef and chicken, fresh salads, sandwiches, wraps, French bread pizzas, luscious desserts and much more! It’s open during shows at Mr. Smalls Theatre or The Funhouse at Mr. Smalls, making it the only place in Millvale serving up delicious late night food at a great price!

The Great Hall

Connecting The Funhouse Restaurant and Mr. Smalls Theatre’s Balcony, The Great Hall offers a quiet oasis with plush seating. Here the Satellite Stage provides a new platform to showcase the local talent of Pittsburgh area musicians side-by-side with the national artists touring through Mr. Smalls Theatre

Re-Use, Re-Cycle…

The Mr. Smalls construction team has worked tirelessly to bring the Funhouse to our patrons. 85% of this 3000 square foot extension was constructed with re-purposed materials from the now-closed Mr. Smalls Skatepark. Skate transitions are still visible within the restaurant structure.