The Kim Sing Theatre was artfully reimagined in the early 2000's for private use and re-opened to the public in 2017 for the first time in 17 years. Kim Sing Theatre offers a unique space, carefully tended to and treasured by its' proprietors. Since it's rebirth, the space has been celebrated for being one of LA's most interesting venues and respected for its achievement in architecture and design.
The New MINI Launch Party
BMW unveils their new stylish Mini Cooper Hardtop at the Kim Sing Theatre, which was the perfect creative backdrop to kick off the L.A. International Auto Show.
The former vaudeville house and movie theater was built in 1926 and completely re-imagined. Retaining original details such as bow truss ceilings and the neon theater sign, the site has been modernized into a striking and flexible live/work space with a large kitchen, serving station, and AV room. The center of the old theater has been turned into a soaring outdoor courtyard and features a large, open space. The 3,500 square foot, 2-story residential loft features 3 bedrooms and 3.5 baths, with soaring bow truss ceilings. The fully self-contained end suite has a separate entrance and includes a loft office and a midnight kitchen. The space also boasts a large private courtyard oasis.
Katy Perry's Witness Tour Livestream Event
We housed Katy Perry for a week as she live streamed her life as part of her release of her brand new album, Witness, showing everything she's been doing all while setting up shop in our very own Kim Sing Theatre. Katy and her team transformed the space into an absolute wonderland!
Suitable for 250 standing or 150 seated guests, we've hosted a variety of events including: corporate conferences & branded activations to product launches, happy hours, private dinner parties, weddings and more. The venue features elegant & modern decor, a bar space, outdoor breakout space & in-house amenities.
Editorial project for Westwood Westwood by Cara Friedman
LA based Director/Photographer, Cara Friedman, touched down at the Kim Sing Theatre to create a visually enticing and vintage styled short film focused on women & society.