Comfort Inn Near Universal Studios Hollywood
321 North Vermont Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90004
Phone: (323) 665-0344
Fax: (323) 665-1152
321 North Vermont Ave, Los Angeles, CA, US, 90004
- Phone: (323) 665-0344
- Fax: (323) 665-1152
Sacred Fools Theater Company, is an exclusive theater which brings eclectic and remarkable performances that are entertaining and enchanting. This versatile theater has won 35 prestigious awards including the 'Glaad Awards', 'L.A Weekly Awards' and has been entitled 'Best Theater Group'. This theater company brings in the best and quality entertainment that is a visual treat. Sacred Fools is indeed one of the most coveted and well-renowned theater in the town.
Comedy, Improv Stand Up Comedy, Reading, Solo Performers.
The Fold - haven, inspiration, organization, you can define it the way you choose, but the fact that it is nothing short of a blessing for upcoming and amateur bands cannot be denied. The Fold operates through Silverlake Lounge, which in itself is an intimate venue for live music with a seating capacity of a little above 150. With popular bands like Secret Machines, Fiery Furnaces and the Rapture performing here on a regular basis, you are surely in for some absolutely worth watching concerts. Book a ticket well in advance, for this place conspicuously earns a packed house.
This art space in the buzzing Los Angeles city mostly shows productions by the Los Angeles Theatre and performance-based artists. The primary aim behind the making of the Bootleg Theater was to promote local artistes and performers. Performers from outside the city are also invited occasionally. All the presentations are exciting experiments by the artists and Bootleg theater is the best place to catch it.
Opened in 1968 by Natividad Nati Cano to establish a home for his group Los Camperos, La Fonda made history for being the first restaurant in the country to fuse live mariachi entertainment along with a complete dining experience. La Fonda is renowned as the home for the finest mariachi music in the US. It has always been a popular destination for generations of locals as well as tourists from all over the world.
The Fountain Theatre in Los Angeles is a non profit organization devoted to promote diverse theater and dance forms. The highlight of the theater is that the various artists from diverse cultures interact with each other. Throughout the year, the Fountain Theatre hosts new and established plays with a multitude of artists. The award winning theater has been honored by the Los Angeles City Council and the Hollywood Arts Council. This is a great way to spend the evening, in the midst of meaningful theater!
The Park Plaza Hotel is a beautiful yesteryear hotel in the rundown parts of Los Angeles. Formerly a proper hotel, it now rents out its fabulous interior spaces for parties, fashion shows and other private events. What sets it apart from other places, is its old-world charm which has been retained with its grand marble staircase and wood-paneled walls.
For those who are interested in performing arts, the Western Conference Amphitheater is the place to be. All kinds of performances are held here, be it plays, live music and dance shows. It's a popular place around, with people flocking here for their favorite local artistes.
Like the Pantages, this theater was opened as a movie palace in the early years of Hollywood, but has since been transformed to accommodate live performances. Restored in 1985, its art deco design, including a sunburst canopy, which adorns the main entrance, is indicative of the era. In recent years it has become one of the most popular venues for major touring acts.
This classic independent movie theater contains one single screen and normally shows more obscure films, but does however mix in the Hollywood blockbuster. The interior of the theater contains a very lavish Egyptian-style decor. For a more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. Be it cinema or musical performance, one is in for some big time entertainment for sure.
Machine Project opened in 2003 as a non-profit, educational arts organization. Today, it functions as a small yet truly ambitious space where art and technology unite, as do performance and community. As their affectionate website states, curious "scientists, poets, technicians, performers, and the community" at large can benefit from career- and vision-enhancing opportunities. Workshops and classes range from monster prop building to computer music gaming; there's also the occasional poetry reading and tabla class. Artists are encouraged to contact the venue for possible shows, especially if the pieces at hand include experimental music and/or avant-garde installation art.
A movie palace opened in January 1923 as Grauman's Metropolitan Theatre. The largest movie theater ever built in Los Angeles, the Metropolitan was acquired by the exhibition arm of Paramount Pictures in 1929.