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Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts

  • Theater
  • Beverly Hills
The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts
Photograph: John Linden, courtesy of The WallisThe Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts

Time Out says

Come fall 2013, Beverly Hills is getting in on the culture scene with two new buildings. Check out the 500 seat Goldsmith Theater and then walk over to the Post office, revamped as a studio theater, a gift shop and a theater school. Grab a bite at their new café and head out to the courtyard or sculpture gardens to enjoy the view.


9390 N. Santa Monica Blvd.
Los Angeles
Opening hours:
Mon-Fri: 10am-6pm; Sat: 12–6pm
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Tender Fest

  • Festivals

In love with all things pounded, breaded and fried? Head to the third iteration of h.wood group (Delilah, The Nice Guy) and Off The Menu’s Tenderfest. During the daylong food festival, chefs from eight different fried chicken restaurants will go head-to-head against local chefs to compete in the National ConTender Championships. Highlights include L.A.'s famous Pioneer Chicken and nationwide chain Raising Cane's. Each GA ticket allows unlimited samples of every chef’s chicken tender entry, unlimited fries and dessert and two drink tickets. General ticket sales will begin September 29.

For the Record: Love Actually Live

  • Musicals

We feel it in our fingers, we feel it in our toes: Christmas is all around, and we bet no one knows it better than the cast of Love Actually Live. From late November through the end of December, cult-favorite musical series For the Record presents a stage show based on one of the world’s most beloved holiday movies, Love Actually. Using a multimedia set, a live orchestra and songs from the film, the show will turn Beverly Hills’ Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts into a feel-good winter set for musical numbers and scenes of the movie’s intersecting love stories.  Of course, the most beloved aspect of the movie is the character work—though the Christmas-time London setting gives that a run for its money—and to bring the insane, lovesick and relatable personas to life is a solid cast, often of familiar faces.

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