Comfort Inn Santa Monica - West Los Angeles
2815 Santa Monica Blvd.
Santa Monica, CA 90404
Phone: (310) 828-5517
Fax: (310) 829-6084
Located at the state-of-the-art The Capshaw-Spielberg Center for Arts and Educational Justice in the New Roads School, the Ann and Jerry Moss Theater is an elegant performance center. With a proscenium stage, excellent acoustics, a recording room and a large lobby, the theater has an intimate mezzanine level as well.
The Highways Performance Space And Gallery enjoys its strategic location in Santa Monica's most prominent space, the 18th Street Arts Center. This alternative venue attracts like-minded artists and audiences who like off-beat and thought-provoking productions. Check website for details on upcoming events.
Managed by the Santa Monica Theatre Guild, the Morgan-Wixson Theatre is a popular entertainment center that plays host to the company's home productions. From the time it has opened doors, the theater has witnessed several heartwarming dramas, hilarious comedies, phenomenal plays and live musicals. The Morgan-Wixson Theatre is equipped with superb lights and acoustics that serve to enhance every performance happening here. Besides staging performances by its parent company, the theater also hosts performances and events by other groups. Attending a performance at the Morgan-Wixson Theatre is truly an unforgettable experience. Call for details.
Planetpix Media presents "FUNATICAL," a comedy tour aiming to unify all Americans. The tour, whose motto is We Come in Peace,' uses humor and satire to explore current political events, as well as to poke fun of commonly heard stereotypes.
Also known as the Santa Monica College Performing Arts Center, the Eli and Edythe Broad Stage is commonly known as The Broad Stage. Several classics like Love's Labour's Lost by Shakespeare's Globe Theatre or dance performances like 'Yank!' presented by a group of professional choreographers are listed on the theater's carefully compiled event calendar. The 499-seating capacity space is an important venue for all college performances and can be hired for other events.
This independently owned Los Angeles chain of eight theaters is known for showing big block buster movies alongside award winning indie films and foreign flicks, making for a well-rounded entertainment experience. The Laemmle Royal location in the West Los Angeles neighborhood offers more than just your average movie-goer experience. Special discounts for premier card holders (just a quick sign-up) will get you free medium sized popcorn on Thursdays, seniors day on Wednesdays, and student prices on Sunday after 6p. Aside from the discounts, prices are incredibly affordable, including the concession stand, making movie night easier on the wallet!
This Santa Monica landmark was built in 1940. The name derives from Douglas Aircraft which was at that time a major presence in the Santa Monica. There was recently the fear that the Aero might have to close down, but Robert Redford and others jumped in to save this historic theater. Thankfully, it has survived its near-death experience. Here you can see films that have been out a while or are on their second release at lower prices.
Some of the world's finest productions have been staged at this theatre. 'I am my own wife', 'Follies' and 'Hair' have run to packed houses at the Wadsworth Theatre. This spacious theater can accommodate a large crowd. Also the fine acoustics and visual equipments enhance the performances here. Make sure you're on time for the show or else you'll have to wait for a suitable pause during the performance to enter. The ticket office is open an hour prior to shows only.
This single-screen theater is one of the best venues in Los Angeles to see independent and art house films. With 475 seats, the theater screens foreign films, art films, documentaries, animated shorts and more. If you are a frequent moviegoer you can get a Landmark Discount card that will give you five admissions at concession rates. On Saturday nights the Nuart is packed with fans of the Rocky Horror Picture Show.
Named after famous African-American leader, Martin Luther King, the auditorium at the Santa Monica Public Library is a common venue mostly for public lectures. The auditorium seats around 146 people and has a podium and seating arrangements at a comfortable level. With advanced equipment the auditorium also plays host to musical shows, presentations and cinema screenings. The reception area for the auditorium is separate from the one at the library and individuals and groups can book the place upon calling the library administration.
Since 1991, The Olympic Collection has been Westside's premier destination for conferences, meetings and parties. The 30,000 square feet venue includes grand ballrooms and eight elegant banquet rooms. A number of wedding parties and cocktails are hosted at the Regency Ballroom Terrace. The three kitchens, supervised by the master chefs, dish out a variety of superb traditional and contemporary dishes. The location's Mediterranean style architecture provides the perfect backdrop for film shootings. The venue is apt for both business events as well as private parties.
Do you want to skate where the L.A. Kings train? You can! Go to Iceoplex, where you can take figure skating and hockey classes, or relax and free skate on your own. On-site is a McDonald's Express for munchies, a coffee club to warm up in, and a great pro shop where you can buy or rent skates. All this, and you can reserve time for birthday parties and send your kids to its day camp, as well.