Party Earth Review An ultra-exclusive, celeb-packed club that’s gone purposefully insane, Beacher’s Madhouse is a vaudeville-inspired performance space where beautiful women don little more than tassels, exotic animals traipse across the... ... read full review
Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel
7000 Hollywood Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90028
(entrance on Orange Street
south of Hollywood Boulevard)
Red Line: Hollywood/Highland Station
W, Sa 10pm–2am
Show dates may vary
Special private shows available to members
Hollywood, Los Angeles –
An ultra-exclusive, celeb-packed club that’s gone purposefully insane, Beacher’s Madhouse is a vaudeville-inspired performance space where beautiful women don little more than tassels, exotic animals traipse across the stage, and a little person or two flies through the air.
Located in the basement of nightlife mecca The Roosevelt Hotel, the only indication that Beacher’s even exists is the long line leading up to an entrance disguised as a bookcase – and manned by one helluva sexy librarian. Reservations are vital for the common man, but once through the dark hallway, patrons stumble into a stunning 1920s-styled adult playground. Stadium seating, a large bird cage booth, and round tables with plush banquettes all face a stage where more than a dozen variety acts perform throughout the night, including burlesque, stand-up, fire-breathing, and a host of other usually sexually charged acts.
Between shows, DJs spin Top 40 as bachelorettes, birthday groups, scenesters, actors, and other members of the in-the-know elite order top-shelf booze hand-delivered by Oompa Loompas (yes...as in Willy Wonka) soaring across the room on stunt lines. Bottle service is the norm for this crowd, although there are also two small bars, one of which is helmed by another little person serving up teeny weeny drinks.
Perfect for adventurous types who aren’t opposed to spending some hefty coin on a wild night, Beacher’s Madhouse is where lunacy, lust, and a lot of lingerie make for a fabulous late night.
Affluent professionals, models, celebrities, scenesters, hip insiders, bachelorette parties, birthday groups, and adventurous couples looking to splurge, 20s to 40s.
Nightly acts include burlesque, live music, acrobatics, stand-up comedy, animal shows, contortionists, DJs, audience participation contests like Karaoke Rockstar and Dance Idol, and more.
No food, but venue will make arrangements at nearby fine dining establishments for guests. Membership packages available.
All prices subject to change: Beer $9–$12, wine $10–$15, cocktails $12–$20, bottle service $450+. Valet $20–$30 ($15 if guests inform valet they are going to Beacher’s), entrance on Orange Street.
Dressy to playing dress-up: collared shirts, suits, slacks, designer jeans, skin-tight skirts, six-inch heels, fun costumes of all sorts.
Any performance night to catch the crazy.
The Spare Room, located on the mezzanine of The Roosevelt, is a bit more relaxing with board games and a bowling alley, but no shortage of Hollywood stars.