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The Mayan

The Mayan

No matter if they're playing Latin on the top floor, hip hop on the 2nd, and Top 40 on the bottom floor there's always a rocking dance party somewhere at Mayan. Check it out >>

1038 S Hill St
Los Angeles CA 90015

Boardner's
Boardner's
1652 N Cherokee Ave Hollywood, CA 90029
OHM Nightclub
OHM Nightclub
6801 Hollywood Blvd Suite 433 Hollywood, CA 90028

The Garage

The Garage

Culver City's sports bar, The Garage, has everything you and your crew needs to get your motors revved up and running this weekend. Check it out >>

3387 Motor Ave
Los Angeles CA 90034

Clancy's
Clancy's
111 Main St Seal Beach, CA 90740

  • Cahuenga Corridor

Cahuenga Corridor

If you feel like having the equivalent of 20 nights out all in one evening, then the Cahuenga Corridor in Hollywood is exactly where you and your crew have to go.Explore >>


  • West LA, Culver City

West LA, Culver City

Culver City is most known for its vast array of delicious local and global cuisine and adventurous bar scene. But it's also home to a burgeoning art scene and the hole-in-the-wall live music venues consistently showcase the best bands from all over LA.Explore >>


Manhattan Beach
Manhattan Beach
Manhattan Beach nightlife guide to seaside dives, laid-back beach bars and upscale lounges in "Beverly Hills by the Sea" Explore >>

Hollywood
Hollywood
Hollywood's complete guide to the sexiest, sleekest and most talked about bars and nightclubs. Explore >>



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lucypr added a new event Poor Clare presented by Echo Theater Company

A very funny modern spin on the Middle Ages that couldn’t feel more timely. Clare is just a regular noblewoman living in medieval Italy, trying out hairstyles and waiting to get married… until a man named Francis starts ranting in the courtyard. Based on the real story of St Clare of Assisi, a play about what happens when your eyes are op

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lucypr added a new event Orphée presented by Deaf West Theatre

Orpheus, Eurydice, a trouble-making horse and Death herself converge in this very funny and irreverent reimagining of the Greek myth by surrealist poet, playwright and filmmaker Jean Cocteau. A celebrated poet with writer’s block, Orpheus sequesters himself in the countryside with his wife Eurydice, where he seeks inspiration. Deaf West T

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lucypr added a new event Frankenstein at LA Theatre Works

Stacy Keach stars as ‘The Creature’ when Theatre Works records a new adaption of “Frankenstein” by BBC Radio’s Kate McAll. Written over 200 years ago, Mary Shelley’s Gothic masterpiece retains all of its power to horrify and fascinate. Each of the four performances at UCLA’s state-of-the-art James Bridges Theater will be recorded live in

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cfaer added a new event A PLAY IN A DAY! IMPROV WORKSHOP FOR KIDS!

Learn Improvisation with Actor & Teaching Artist Erik Escobar!Join us for a fun-filled day of adventure where you create your own characters, explore the wonderful world of storytelling and perform in your own original play. This dynamic one-day workshop will focus on theatre games, pop-up writing, and acting in the moment. Students will

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