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Boulevard 3

Boulevard 3

For glitz, glamour and a good-looking crowd, head to the palatial Hollywood club Boulevard3, which features several bars and lounge areas, outdoor courtyard, stage performers and secret surprises. Check it out >>

6523 Sunset Blvd.
Hollywood CA 90028

Boardner's
Boardner's
1652 N Cherokee Ave Hollywood, CA 90029
Sound
Sound
1642 N Las Palmas Ave Los Angeles, CA 90028

Rage

Rage

Dance all night at Rage, an iconic West Hollywood restaurant, bar and 18+ nightclub with two levels and two dance floors that has been going strong for over 20 years. Check it out >>

8911 Santa Monica Blvd
Los Angeles CA 90069

Corkbar
Corkbar
403 W 12st Los Angeles, CA 90015
Ocean Bar
Ocean Bar
1301 Manhattan Ave Hermosa Beach, CA 90254

  • Silver Lake, Echo Park

Silver Lake, Echo Park

Visit LA's hipster headquarters to encounter a booming arts scene, killer food trucks, avant-garde nightlife and a diverse population. Wear your skinny jeans and expect to find pitchers of PBR along with artisan cocktails.Explore >>

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


  • 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 >>




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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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