Tips for Theatre Asylum

6320 Santa Monica Blvd. Hollywood CA 90038 between N Cahuenga and Vine
4.4 by 1820 members
Theatre Asylum 4.392857142857143 out of 5 1820

435 Theatre Asylum Tips

  • Casual 4
  • Parking is a breeze 1
  • Street parking only 1
Plenty of nearby street parking
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I wore .. theater was very chilly, especially in the front row (right under an AC register. Bring a blanket!.
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Theater is a blink and you will miss it small black box
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The weather was I went in February and the weather was sunny and warm. . I wore Long pants and long-sleeve blouse. A light sweater or jacket may be needed due to air conditioning..
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Free parking is available on Sunday; however be advised the adjacent streets have metered parking. I don't know how late the meter rule applies.
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Parking is illegal on that block until 7pm so you can swoop in and get a free spot before the show.
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sue
The weather was sunny. I wore pants and a top.
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We always find street parking. Some streets are sketchier than others, but nothing extreme.
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but I definitely appreciate being in a group in the area at night
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You can park along the curb, after 6pm it's free!
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There is plenty of free street parking behind the theater in the small streets.
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The weather was Nice and cold. I wore A white shirt with yellow selves. Why? cause im punk. i also had a plaid sweater with boots and black shorts.
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At Midnight there is plenty of parking on back streets, and plenty of light from neighboring buildings to make it safe
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There's a Yoshinoya on the corner near the theater
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Restroom is in another part of the building. You must go out the front door around the corner and go back in the building using the side entrance.
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Easy access from Hollywood/Vine Metro Rail Red Line Station
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There's a cool little place a few blocks away called Grub (on Seward St.) that was a fun, easy to park place with an interesting variety of choices and a nice setting.
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Adult and Teens show. Not really for young kids.
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