December 20, 2023

Holiday Classics and Winter Chills

Gift Cards, Gremlins, Elf, I Love The 19Eddie’s and More Make it a December to Remember

Add an extra layer of entertainment and joy to the holiday season this month at The Beverly Theater with timeless holiday favorites, dark wintery cinema, and a weekly salute to Eddie Murphy’s best film from his decade of dominance with I Love the 19Eddie’s.

What’s Playing at TBT

Dec. 8 -14  Fallen Leaves – 2024 Golden Globe nominee for Best Female Actor in a Film – Musical or Comedy and Best Film Non-English Language

Dec. 10-12 The Birds

Dec. 11 -14 Trading Places: The 19Eddie’s

Dec. 13-16 National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation

Dec. 13-16 Rear Window

Dec. 15 Cool Hand Luke

Dec. 15-21 All Dirt Roads Taste of Salt

Dec. 17 Paris Blues - Following the film, Newman and Woodward's daughter Melissa Newman will be in person to present her new book, Head Over Heels: Joanne Woodward and Paul Newman: A Love Affair in Words and Pictures.

Dec. 18-21 Coming to America: The 19Eddie’s

Dec. 19-22 Vertigo

Dec. 20-26 The Dark Crystal

Dec. 20-22 The Wiz

Dec. 22 Gremlins

Dec. 23 The Muppet Christmas Carol

Dec. 23-26 In The Mood For Love

Dec. 23 Silent Night, Deadly Night

Dec. 24 The Apartment

Dec. 24 Elf

Dec. 26-30 Psycho

Dec. 27-30 Once Within a Time

Dec. 27-29 Police Story

Dec. 28-30 Metropolis

Dec. 29 The American President

Give The Gift of The Beverly Theater

Give the gift of uncommon cinematic, literary, and live experiences with a Gift Card to The Beverly Theater. Perfect for gift-giving or stocking stuffing, The Beverly Theater Gift Cards are now available in whatever dollar amount desired and can be used for tickets to any movie or event at The Beverly Theater as well as concessions and retail. Gift Cards can be purchased at the box office on site at The Beverly Theater.

Meet Harry and Sally at The Beverly Theater for NYE + Concessions, Toast and More

Bring 2023 to a climactic ending with a special screening of “When Harry Met Sally” at The Beverly. Each $35 ticket includes a concessions package and post-show charcuterie paired with city views, live jazz, and a champagne toast at Segue to ring in the new year.

Widely considered the perfect New Year's Eve movie for its time-spanning narrative, themes of friendship and romance, reflection and resolutions, and iconic New Year’s Eve scenes, “When Harry Met Sally” is a timeless classic. The screening starts at 9.m. on Sunday, Dec. 31, followed by light bites and charcuterie, live jazz, and a champagne toast at midnight upstairs at the Segue terrace.