The Ebell of Los Angeles has been a social and philanthropic jewel in Los Angeles’ crown since its founding in 1894. Built in 1927, the Ebell Clubhouse and Wilshire Ebell Theatre host the Women’s Club activities as well as Special Events, Weddings, theatrical productions, concerts, red carpet premiers and film productions.More
Welcome to The Ebell
One of Los Angeles’ only Broadway-style theatres, the Wilshire Ebell Theatre is renowned for the great diversity of the artists that grace its stage.More
At The Ebell of Los Angeles, an outstanding culinary experience is just as important as the ambiance and architecture. The Ebell’s Special Event Team and Executive Chef can transform your event into a gala affair.More
“I will find a way or make one – I serve.” The Ebell administers a college scholarship program for women and men, and a program assisting women in need. The Ebell also maintains and preserves its art collections and its historic Clubhouse and Wilshire Ebell TheatreMore
HISTORY OF THE EBELL
The Ebell of Los Angeles is an educational and philanthropic organization founded by women in 1894. The mission is to participate in and encourage the educational, cultural and social growth of the diverse Los Angeles community.More
Red carpet premiers, corporate events, spectacular weddings, private soirees and fundraiser galas: with it’s metamorphic possibilities, exceptional cuisine and first class service, The Ebell of Los Angeles is an ideal location for both the traditional and unconventional event.More
Since the beginning, the members of The Ebell have sought to maintain and preserve their Club while improving their mids, expanding their vision and enriching their community. Learn more about The Ebell Club activities, membership and philanthropies.
The Wilshire Ebell Theatre hosts a wide variety of events, including concerts, plays, dance performances, awards shows and lectures.
Host your special celebration at the Ebell of Los Angeles and be part of the glamour, elegance and legacy.
A large variety of settings makes “Studio Ebell” a favored location for motion pictures, television, music videos, and still photography