408 Crown City Theatre Tips
- Casual 4
- Street parking only 2
- Parking is scarce 2
- Parking is a breeze 1
- Dine before you go 1
The usual refreshment stand; restaurants nearby
Coffee, tea, beer, wine, candy available for purchase.
Parking is really awful near the church and theater, so get there early to find street parking. You may have to walk a few blocks.
The weather was comfortable. I wore jeans and sweater.
I suggest arriving at least 15 min. before start time. If the parking lot fills, parking is very tricky (challenging, difficult, frustrating)
Limited snacks and drinks (inc. wine) available for purchase, or bring your own.
I wore clothing optional..
parking at this venue is VERY difficult. there are some spaces alongside of the adjoining building. The venue does not have its own parking space and there is no close paid parking in the immediate area.
The theater does not have air conditioning. It gets really warm on hot summer days. If the weather is hot and/or humid, I would recommend an evening performance.
Very small, intimate theater. There are no bad seats. We were practically on stage.
There's no real parking; we parked at a local business and hoped for the best. It was fine.
You can purchase snacks or even wine.
get there earlier as parking is not easy (they do not have their own lot). we parked at a local business which was closed (it was sunday)
The weather was sunny. I wore jeans and a blouse with flats..
There's street parking.
I wore jeans and t-shirt (very casual)..
Out of the way location on Camarillo and Lankersham, in a dedicated separate area in the back of St. Mattehws church, . Park one block north on Camarillo and Maida at a Firestone lot. No parking as such for the Church.
The weather was sunny. I wore skinny jeans and a nice blouse. It's very informal though, so you could dress casually if you want..
I wore a dress and a cardigan over it. Dress semi-casual..
park behind Unleashed at night when it is closed.