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Yuletide Cinema at the Historic Palace Theatre

(323) 254-5068 | Website


Historic Palace Theatre

630 S. Broadway
Los Angeles, CA 90014


  • Choose at checkout:
    A Christmas Story on Sat. Dec. 6th at 4:30pm
    Elf on Sat Dec. 6th at 8:30pm
    The Princess Bride on Sat. Dec. 13th at 8:00pm
  • On December 6th: free photo ops w/ Santa for young and not-so-young alike + free naughty or nice assessment station by real live Elves.
  • Special appearance on Sat. Dec. 13th from star of The Princess Bride, Cary Elwes, who will be doing a Q&A before the movie and signing copies of his new book, As You Wish.
  • All screenings held at the famed Historic Palace Theatre, built in 1911 and restored in 2011.
  • Adults-only refreshment area for those 21 with wine and eggnog available.
  • Sing-along to stop animation holiday classic before movie.

Fine Print

  • Expires 12/3/2014.
  • Voucher cannot be redeemed until the day after deal closes.
  • Must redeem your VOICE Daily Deal voucher online via the "Buy Tickets" links at by 11:59PM on Wednesday, December 3rd.
  • Valid for General Admission ticket only.
  • All seating first-come, first-serve.
  • No outside food or beverages.
  • Parking and concessions not included.
  • A Christmas Story - Saturday, December 6th - Doors at 3PM, Screening at 4:30PM.
  • The Princess Bride - Saturday, December 13th - Doors at 6PM, Screening at 8PM.
  • Elf - Saturday, December 6th - Doors at 6:30PM, Screening at 8:30PM.
  • Santa will only be appearing on Sat. Dec. 6th.
  • All General Admission seating first-come, first-serve.
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A special holiday event from the producers of Street Food Cinema.
Tis the season! Have an immersive holiday experience at YULETIDE CINEMA featuring an assortment of fa la la festivities, two hilarious Christmas classics and one inconceivably great movie at the luxurious and historic Downtown Palace Theater in Los Angeles where Houdini himself once performed! Stand in awe under the 100 year old frescos surrounding you and get your Christmas groove on! Yuletide tradition is in the air on December 6th with two different events in one day with their jolly guest... Santa Claus joining them for a special matinee of the classic A CHRISTMAS STORY and an evening presentation of ELF! On December 13th, it's the holidays "as you wish" with special guest Cary Elwes "Westley" and THE PRINCESS BRIDE.

Before each film, there's so much to see and do...Are you on Santa's list this year? Well, you'll know for sure at the North Pole station where the irreverent Elves can check Santa's big book to see if you'll get your "naughty" certificate or your "nice" report card.  Explore and indulge in holiday sweets and savory treats like delicious gourmet popcorn from Dakota's Pop Parlor, holiday sausages by Doghaus, mulled wine, roasted chestnuts and more! Wear your ugliest Christmas sweater or your sexiest onesie and special treats wait! Need a more adult moment? Then grab a glass of wine or eggnog up in the adults only refreshment area. Sugarplum wishes and good tidings everywhere. Come one, come all, to the ultimate holiday event of all! 


With its beautifully preserved architecture and decor modeled after the opera houses of 17th Century Europe, the Palace Theatre is one of the most grand, historical movie theatres in Los Angeles.Built in 1911, The Palace Theatre was originally known as the Orpheum, the third Los Angeles home of the Orpheum Vaudeville circuit, and featured the very best in vaudeville including such luminaries as Harry Houdini, the Marx Brothers, Sarah Bernhart, Al Jolson, Jack Benny and W. C. Fields. Renamed the Palace Theatre in 1926, it became one of several movie palaces in downtown Los Angeles during the Golden Age of Hollywood. In 2011, the Palace Theatre celebrated its 100th birthday, following a $1 million restoration, preserving and restoring the original architecture and décor.  It is the oldest remaining Orpheum theatre in the country.
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