Quality Inn \Wickliffe - Cleveland East
28611 Euclid Ave.
Wickliffe, OH 44092
Phone: (440) 944-4030
Fax: (440) 944-6681
The Laff House Comedy Club is a comedy club, located in the city of Cleveland. Everyone loves to have a good laugh, and this is just the place to visit if you are in the mood for some side tickling comedy. The club features shows by various comedians and showmen such as Def Jam, CoCo, Darrel Banks, etc that entertain the audience and provide for some hilarious entertainment. This is definitely the place to head to in case you are depressed and need to wear off your woes.
Opened in 2003, Classic Park is home to the Lake County Captains and seats about 10,000 spectators and fans of this minor league team. The stadium cost approximately $20 million to construct and has been a hit with minor league fans.
One of Cleveland's well-known entertainment venues, The Beachland Ballroom & Tavern has won accolades as a premium events venue and for its food. A limited menu featuring a mix of American and Mexican dishes is available at the here. The quality of music is as good as the food. Local bands as well as popular bands play here. The venue also has a shop where you can buy Beachland Ballroom & Tavern merchandise.
Arts Collinwood houses a community center, art gallery, and a cafe located in the heart of the historic Waterloo Arts District of Cleveland, Ohio. It is supported by a group of artists, educators, activists and citizens and it offers a wide variety of cultural activities for all ages. The venue hosts various events, including live music, poetry, and DJs, as well as exhibitions of regional and national artists.
Initially owned by the municipal, this is located at the Cain Park. The construction of the amphitheater is quite impressive with a permanent 3000 seats and 80' stagehouse built by the famed Italian stonemasons. The stage's decor also has a permanent canopy and is well-equipped with the latest gadgets. There are some popular and interesting plays showcased here. Please look out for your favorite theatrical performances at the Evans Amphitheatre.
If the current blockbusters don't interest you, head over to Cedar Lee Theater for some great foreign and independent films. You can tell you're in for a unique experience when you walk up to the theater and see the classic marquee announcing the current screenings. Besides showing critically acclaimed films, they also hold special screenings of classics, including The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Check their website for specials on popcorn, drinks, and tickets.
The dingy yet vibrant interior of the Grog Shop has been mesmerizing visitors for a number of years. No music lover in Cleveland leaves without a visit here. Come here to catch live music acts by various upcoming pop and rock bands. Chill out with a drink in the lounge or at the bar, and have a look at the photo-covered walls. Dropped in on a day when there's no event? Don’t worry, the jukebox will keep you occupied.
Prepare for a lot of fun at the Big Dog Theater. Great local improv, sketch and standup talents will make you laugh and have a great time.
The Cleveland Institute of Art began in an attic with just one student and one teacher. Today it has grown into a huge campus and teaches thousands of students art and design. Also the staff and professors are exceptionally qualified. The institute aims at contributing to the betterment of society through visual arts. Joseph McCullough Center for the Visual Arts is part of the Art institute and houses the departments of painting, ceramics,photography and more. The Cinematheque and the Reinberger Galleries too are housed in the university and are a source for much needed recreation and fun. Plays and film screenings take place in the two auditoriums and many exhibits are showcased in the galleries. Check the website for event details and admission procedures.
The Cleveland Institute of Art's very own facility is the Cinematheque. Within the facility are two auditoriums with different capacities, screening 35mm and 16mm films. Both these auditoriums are located in the Gund Building in the University campus. Russell B. Aitken Auditorium is the larger space with a capacity to seat 616, where 35mm films are screened. Ohio Bell Auditorium is an intimate 100 seat theater suitable for 16mm film screenings.
Severance Hall is the home of the famous Cleveland Orchestra. Designed by the architectural firm Walker and Weeks, the halls resembles a Greek temple. The hall can seat about 2000 people with its interior taking inspiration from the neo-classical style. Severance Hall is known as a haven for musicians and music lovers as well; staging or attending a concert at this hall is a delight. Regarded as America's most beautiful concert hall, the Severance deserves a visit from all music lovers.
Shaker Square Cinemas offers the charm of a movie theater from a past era while screening today's big blockbusters, including 3D movies. Before you grab a comfortable seat in the theater, head to the lobby to pick up your favorite snacks, or even a beer! Besides showing current popular films, you'll also find the occasional foreign or independent film being shown.