The Friday Morning Musicale and Federated Women’s Clubs, a historic 1927 clubhouse and auditorium resides at the center of Tampa’s earliest cultural and civic life. The building was designed by Frank Dunham, a local architect and is an example of Mediterranean Revival style design.
This building is absolutely adorable. I've attended musical performances for both my daughters here for years. It has great acoustics and a cute stage. There are bathrooms and they are ancient yet always clean. Parking can be an issue so if you're going to a performance here you may want to arrive early. For me this place is like a little hidden gem. It's one of those best kept secrets that I feel privileged to know about. It is just over 90 years old and has great architecture which is hard to find in the area.
Both the performers and the audience had a good time. After the show they set up a lunch in the lobby area for more socializing time. This is a unique and nice performance art venue.