Monday, December 15, 2014

Win Tickets to a Princess Bride Party at the Palace Theatre! | @STFoodCinema #Giveaway

Every child of the 80's knows the line, "As you wish"!  It was the classic tale of the best love story ever!  In fact, my children will not even go to bed without hearing the theme song, "Storybook Love"!  I am talking about of course the film, The Princess Bride.

I always wondered about the goings on of the Princess Bride behind the camera.  The set seemed as fun as the movie and of course the Fire Swamp always reminds me of the ROUS's.  

Now, 23 years later, Cary Elwes, otherwise known as Westley, has written a book that reveals all!  

Special Guest Cary Elwes "Westley" joins us Saturday, December 20th for THE PRINCESS BRIDE event at the historic Downtown Palace Theatre! Just in time for the holidays, Cary will be signing his new book AS YOU WISH and share stories about the making of the film with us on the same century old stage graced by entertainment icons such as W.C. Fields, The Marx Brothers and Harry Houdini.

December 20, 2014

6:00p Doors Open
6:00p-7:45p As You Wish Book Signing with Cary Elwes
8:00p-8:20p Q&A with Cary Elwes
8:30p The Princess Bride screening

WHERE:Historic Palace Theater (downtown Los Angeles)
620 S. Broadway
Los Angeles, CA 90014

* No outside food or beverage permitted. Parking is not included.

Everyone will receive a free “Naughty or Nice" certificate and evaluation from our hilarious elves before partaking in our nostalgic bouncy-ball singalong by Rankin/Bass. And of course, you can indulge in a glass of wine or beer from one of our three bars then hit the gourmet chef stations.

  • Holiday inspired flavors. Sweet treats. Savory snacks. All curated and hand-picked for these events.
  • Gourmet popcorn from Dakota's POP Parlor (chef Dakota Weiss) featuring yummy flavors like Curried Pig, Pumpkin Hatch, Perk N' Pop and more!
  • Holiday and movie themed sausages from Adam Gertler and Dog Haus featuring holiday favorites like the pastrami dog, turduken dog and the pig and the fig.
  • Explore and indulge in holiday treats like delicious desserts, warm chestnuts and more!
  • VIP $25 (premier seating) 
  • General $20
  • Children 12 and under $16
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About the Palace Theater
With its beautifully preserved architecture and decor modeled after the opera houses of 17th Century Europe, the Palace Theatre is one of the most grand, historical movie theaters in Los Angeles.Built in 1911, The Palace Theatre was originally known as the Orpheum, the third Los Angeles home of the Orpheum Vaudeville circuit, and featured the very best in vaudeville including such luminaries as Harry Houdini, the Marx Brothers, Sarah Bernhart, Al Jolson, Jack Benny and W. C. Fields. Renamed the Palace Theatre in 1926, it became one of several movie palaces in downtown Los Angeles during the Golden Age of Hollywood. In 2011, the Palace Theatre celebrated its 100th birthday, following a $1 million restoration, preserving and restoring the original architecture and décor. It is the oldest remaining Orpheum theatre in the country.

DISCLAIMER:  This is not a sponsored post.  All thoughts and ideas are my own.  Winner must respond by 10am on 12/19/2014.


  1. Iv never seen the princess bride but I think I'll look into it so I don't feel left out. Thanks

  2. Last year, I felt we got really lucky when we found out this space was available on the date we wanted - and now I know just how lucky we were! I can't recommend this event planner enough!


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