Theatres in San Diego, CA
1.San Diego Marriott Gaslamp Quarter
660 K St
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This hotel is much better than I remember as a child. The rooms are a good size. We got a room with a partial ocean view and it was beautiful. I love the pool! The restaurants are great and this is in a great part of downtown - you don't need to be afraid to walk around. Seaport village is also right around the corner. Good place!
1936 Quivira Way
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*Ideal For: Receptions, Weddings, Parties, Meetings & Corporate Events *Up to 350 Guests *Ample Free Parking Conference Center & Banquet Facilities - Ideal for Parties - Wedding Receptions - Weddings - Meetings - Corporate Events - Up To 350 Guests - 634 Slip Marina With Direct Ocean Access
3.Rose Creek Cottage
2525 Garnet Ave
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1936 Quivira Way
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Marina Village Conference Center is just what you had in mind if you’re looking for a beautiful waterfront setting on your special day. We offer numerous banquet halls that can help you transform your ideal day into a reality. Our quiet, waterfront lawns are a wonderful destination wedding spot that will make your wedding ceremony or vow renewal unforgettable. Save yourself the trouble of getting your guests to different locations – have your wedding ceremony steps away from your reception hall, and enjoy the scenery of Mission Bay while you’re it all.
1333 Hotel Cir S
Take a break from the hustle and bustle, breath deep, let the stress and fatigue melt away and just enjoy yourself at this home away from home in San Diego.
6.San Diego Repertory Theatre
79 Horton Plz
This place is the one that I would recommend anyone to go.
868 4th Ave
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8.San Diego Civic Theatre
1100 3rd Ave
9.Old Globe Theater
1363 Old Globe Way
I have attended the Old Globe for 25 years. Same seats, same night, every night. We have never had a problem exchanging seats, as another reviewer wrote, nor had a problem with the Old Globe not holding our seats. I am going to stop short of giving the theater five stars. I'd give them a 7/10. The reason I would give the Old Globe 7/10 is the quality of the plays. For awhile, about 15 years ago, the Old Globe was Producing absolute crap, they were putting only three plays on a year in their normal rotation and they were leaning towards small appeal audiences, with multicultural emphases. They have more recently begun producing better and more widely appealing plays. They still seem mired in throwing at least one play in that has a more limited appeal, rather than focusing on the classics and new plays that are bound for greatness. They are still missing the mark in terms of their productions, in my opinion. They are hitting it much better than in years past, however. Some of the new plays are "Bound for Broadway" and they are trying the plays at local venues, like the Old Globe, before going to Broadway. Some have been great, like "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels" starring John Lithgow. Absolutely fabulous. "Forever Plaid" was a well produced piece of theater, although I don't like musical live theater that much. On the other hand, the Old Globe put on "The Chita Rivera Story", which was written and starred...Chita Rivera. I could go on into specifics, but this play was "Bound for Broadway". The reviews for it in the local fish-wrapper (AKA Newspapers) were quite fulsome. We found the play to be self-serving tripe. It was clearly a pointless play that in the final analysis was essentially a woman trying to paint herself into popular culture. We walked out in the middle of the first act...which is the only time we have done that. A friend of mine who does production on Broadway later told me "The Chita Rivera Story" did indeed open on Broadway and close in a week. I understand trying to take a risk, but something about a tap-dancer starring in a biographical play makes me think "No mass appeal". She might be the greatest tap dancer of all time. It doesn't impinge on anybody's life...tap dancing is merely a footnote in our culture. Now, the producers of the Old Globe Don't see things the same way. They think everybody should watch a play about a tap dancer. This is the perfect illustration about them producing plays that don't have mass appeal. Some other favorite plays of mine they have produced were Steinbeck's "Of Mice and Men" starring the late David Huffman (killed on the night of the wrap party in San Diego, 1985) and Larry Drake. Additionally, "Boeing, Boeing" was quite good from 2009 and a lesser known Maugham play which name escapes me at this point. The Old Globe essentially seems to be still putting on two or three plays a year and having one or two hosted there of dubious origin. the plays, overall, are getting better on average, but they're lacking the really big, great performances they had in the three play format. That about sums it up: 7/10 currently for the Old Globe. At one time it could have been 9/10 and as low as 5/10, so 7/10 ain't that bad.
4040 Twiggs St
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Located in the heart of Old Town, Cygnet Theatre is one of San Diego's leading theatre companies and is known for producing adventurous, entertaining and thought-provoking live professional theatre year round.
7037 Friars Rd
Its what you'd expect from a theater. But it isn't bad either. Superb? Not quite there either. But I would definitely go again
12.Edwards Mira Mesa Stadium 18 & Imax
10733 Westview Pkwy
I love this theater & sometimes win tickets to sneak previews. Instead of making you wait outside in the winter cold, they let you inside to wait there. The staff couldn't be nicer & I love the proximity to Panera Bread where I can eat lunch or dinner beforehand.
13.Angelika Film Center
11620 Carmel Mountain Rd
Absolutely loved this theater. I was under tbe impression that tickets would be much more pricey given the fact that you provide nicer seats, but nope! Its only $1 more than Edwards.
14.Brick By Brick
1130 Buenos Ave
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This is the place to come and party, shoot pool, have a great time!! Great bartenders, after eating at Lot 81, this is a great place to hang and listen to great music!!
15.The Spreckels Building
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I love this theater! I've seen several shows there and one of the attractions is the theater itself. It's San Diego history at its finest.
4040 Goldfinch St
I've gotten my hair done here several times and have never been disappointed! Looking for a great space with nice friendly people that know what they are doing!! I have long hair most want to chop it off or just cut more than I want, but not here... great service. Prices are competative with all other shops I have tried. My husband and son use them too... :-) We all seem to be happy with them. Hope this helps.
17.The Lot Point Loma
2650 Truxtun Rd Ste 110
My name is jennifer Smith and grew up in La Jolla and was driving to La Jolla to have this amazing Dining/Movie experience but am so excited as I live in Point Loma and we are getting one here! The owners are so kind and they gave my husband and me a tour last night. Can't wait for Thursday when this opens!
18.Regal Horton Plaza 14
475 Horton Plz
I was visiting San Diego and this movie theater was very convenient and it was right inside the big Horton Plaza Mall. The mall is quite difficult to navigate but we did manage to find the theater.
19.Pacific Theatres Cinema 6
5831 University Ave
The clientele is RUDE, LOUD and OBNOXIOUS. They talk on their cell phones while the movie is showing. They have loud conversations during the movie. They have no manners. When I moved to this neighborhood I was so happy to fine that there was a theater, but I will travel far before I will go to the Pacific on University Ave.
20.Mystery Cafe Dinner Theater
505 Kalmia St
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We are the original Murder Mystery Dinner Theater in San Diego and have been producing comedy murder mysteries for the last 25 years. Your evening will consist of murder, a few clues, a three course meal and lots of laughs! Our shows are actual theatrical productions, with professional performers who are also masters of Improv! Unlike other Mystery Dinner Theaters in San Diego, we believe that our guests have come for a night to be entertained, not to do all of the work by reading long scripts without knowing who the actual actors are! Come see what sets us apart from the others and why we are San Diego’s longest and original Mystery Dining Experience! Mystery Café is under new ownership! A 14 year resident actor from the company and his wife purchased the theater at the start 2015. We are a family run business with a focus on guest service and entertainment! Have any questions? Please give us a call at 619-460-2200 and we will be happy to assist you!
21.National Comedy Theatre
3717 India St
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The National Comedy Theatre is San Diego's nationally acclaimed improv comedy show and the longest running show in the history of the city. Performances every Thursday at 7:30 p.m., Friday and Saturday night at 7:30 & 9:45 p.m. and Sundays at 7:30 p.m.
22.San Diego Civic Theatre
3rd B St
Home to the San Diego Opera and Broadway theater.
23.San Diego Junior Theatre
1650 El Prado Ste 208
The oldest continuing children's theatre program in the U.S. It offers year round shows and educational programs for kids.
24.THE LOT Liberty Station
2620 Truxtun Rd
THE LOT Liberty Station provides guests with the utmost in service, high-quality dining and cinema experience, with our signature luxury leather theater recliners; a social cocktail scene and fantastic breakfast, lunch, dinner and in-theater dining options—all with unique elements that pay homage to the building’s original function as the Naval Training Center’s epicenter of military troop training and entertainment, previously known as LUCE Auditorium. It's design preserves the building’s original oak stage and exposed concrete proscenium, where the curtains once hung. Created to honor the past, as well as current, leading-edge design, THE LOT Liberty Station also features a completely glass-enclosed cafe, bar and restaurant space that lends itself to an eclectic balance of reinvented use in a rehabilitated historic building.
4650 Mansfield St
Concert series of national and international touring acts.
26.ArcLight La Jolla
4425 La Jolla Village Dr
Screen Count: 8
27.A M C Cantera
770 Dennery Rd
1027 10th Ave Ste C
2891 University Ave
30.Mo'olelo Performing Arts Company
930 10th Ave
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