The Post 43 memorial clubhouse is a three-story, 30,000 square-foot Egyptian Revival structure designed by famed Los Angeles architects, Joseph & Eugene Weston and opening in 1929.

Designated an L.A. Historic-Cultural Monument in 1989, this incredible venue is undergoing an exciting renovation, boasting a 482-seat, state-of-the-art digital and film cinema theater available for screening rentals (Spring 2018), 50-seat lecture/performance hall (2019), 400-person capacity banquet hall with bar, stage, and dance floor, 125-person capacity historic Art Deco Bar, billiard room, lounges, VIP/green room with showers, and several indoor and outdoor reception spaces and a full commercial kitchen.  On-site parking for up to 125 cars with additional contracted parking available across the street.

Post 43 has appeared in hundreds of motion pictures, television shows, commercials, and music videos, and is available for event rentals and film production.

Reservations are being taken for screenings starting this spring.

Check out more photos of the space below. For more information and booking, contact:

John Paul Davis
Director of Operations
(323) 851-3030

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