ALL ABOUT Tour of the Theatre at Ace Hotel!
The United Artists Theatre, now known as the Theatre at Ace Hotel, has been revitalized and we are thrilled to be able to offer a new ALL ABOUT tour of this important theatre. LAHTF presented the first public tour since Ace took over operation last year. We have been invited back and are being given even more access to areas not available on the last tour. If you missed our Sell Out tour last year, or even if you went last year, join us again to see the old United Artists Theatre and learn ALL ABOUT the unique history!
PLEASE NOTE: Advance ticket holders are guaranteed admission. Tickets will only be available at the door based on capacity.
Doors open at 9:30am, Presentation starts at 10:00am
Saturday, January 31st
Hollywoods Biggest Night
Hollywoods Biggest Night was a ton of fun, we thank everyone who came out and supported us at the Million Dollar. We look forward to making next year even bigger and better!
In addition to watching the Awards on the big screen, hundreds of people posed on our Red Carpet, enjoyed Custom Cocktails, and participated in our Costume Contest and other games. Over 2 dozen prizes were given out, everything from tickets to the Laugh Factory to our Grand Prize, an overnight Stay at the Ace Hotel!
Thanks to all of our Sponsors: Grand Central Market, Hollywood Event Company, Starlite Cinemas, Descanso Gardens, KABC TV, The Edison, Ace Hotel, Historic Core BID, Peroni, Aquarium of the Pacific, Comedy and Magic Club, Los Angeles Conservancy, The Laugh Factory
Visit our official Facebook Page for more photos from the event, taken by our wonderful photographers.
THEATRE WATCH ALERT!
The Warner Huntington Park Update
Steve Gerdes, Michelle Gerdes, Escott O. Norton and Hillsman Wright represented LAHTF tonight at the Planning Commission meeting in Huntington Park concerning the proposed re-modeling of the Warner Theatre. We did not prevail. Our campaign to rescue the theatre moves forward to the next level. All is not lost - not by a longshot. Stay tuned.
LAHTF is still working on solutions and that the community groups should continue to rally for support for a theatre related use
Thanks for your support.
Warner Huntington Park Theatre Photo Essay by Hunter Kerhart.
WHP history and additional photos at LAHTF Member Bill Counter’s L.A. Movie Palaces site.