140 Richmond Street, El Segundo, CA 90245
Old Town Music Hall bills itself as the “Home of the Mighty Wurlitzer,” an in-house pipe organ used for musical accompaniment to the many silent films screened. There are also two grand pianos, used for live concert performances.
Programming consists of classic movies, including silent films and some musicals. Fantasy and sci-fi titles are screened throughout the year, including the Sci-Fi Sunday series. During October, the theatre presents Old Town Music Haunt, a month-long series of classic horror films (e.g., Dracula, The Phantom of the Opera).
Weekly screenings take place on Fridays at 8:15pm; on Saturdays at 2:30pm and 8:15pm, and on alternate Sundays at 2:30pm (every other Sunday features a concert instead of a film). Sci-Fi Sundays screen every four months, on Sunday nights at 7:30pm.
Shows begin with live music, an audience sing along, and a short comedy film. After a 15-minute intermission, the feature film commences.
TICKETS: $10, $8 for seniors
PARKING: Free lot adjacent to theatre
- Old Town Music Haunt 2016
- Horror movies to haunt Old Town Music Hall this October
- The Day After Halloween 2014: Those Haunts That Remain
- Halloween 2014: Last-Minute Recommendations - Movies & Plays
- Recommended Halloween 2014 Screening: The Phantom of the Opera (1925) with live organ music
- Laura: January 24-26
- 2012 Halloween Screenings: The Phantom of the Opera (1925) with live organ accompaniment
- 2012 Halloween Horror Screenings: The Bride of Frankenstein at Old Town
- 2012 Halloween Horror Screenings: Dead Men Walk at Old Town