FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
*WHERE ARE YOU LOCATED?
SAN FRANCISCO THEATER : 65 CAPP STREET 94103.
Capp is between South Van Ness and Mission Street & between 15th and 16th.
*IS THERE PARKING?
It is street parking only and we all know that takes patience.
We highly suggest taking BART(16th street station), LYFT or TAXI.
*There is a parking garage at 42 Hoff Street, SF CA 94110 (415) 227-0114
*CREDIT CARDS OR CASH ONLY?
We are currently cash only, but are working on a swipe system.
*WHAT TIME DO THE DOORS OPEN? TIME SHOWS END?
7:30PM DOORS OPEN
10:30 SHOWS END
*unless otherwise indicated in the specific show info
*DO I NEED TO BUY A TICKET IN ADVANCE?
It is highly suggested since it is limited seating, and often sells out.
There may be standing room only available. Please come early to hold your seat.
It also helps reduce the stress of cash at the door for the host.
*IS IT GENERAL or ASSIGNED SEATING?
It is General Seating with some additional standing room.
*I LEFT MY WATER BOTTLE/JACKET ETC. - DO YOU HAVE LOST AND FOUND?
YES WE DO. You can come any night there is a show between 7:30-8pm (before the show starts)
and check in with the door person.
We keep items in our front staff closet for typically 30 days, then donate them.
*ARE YOU A CHURCH? or WAS THE BUILDING A CHURCH?
NOPE. although it is a famous architectural building by David Ireland.
*WHAT DOES "THE LOST CHURCH" MEAN?
The name comes from Founder Brett Cline's production company : The Lost Church of Light and Sound.
*CAN I BRING KIDS?
TLC is predominately a 21+ feeling venue.
We do allow children 10 years old and up if related to an ARTIST playing.
Children 10+ are also allowed to attend Magic Shows: Brad Barton Reality Thief every first Wednesday of the month.
Please- NO BABIES or small children.
**TLC at 65 CAPP is a VERY small space and can be VERY VERY quiet.
We do not want to create distracting situations that would take the focus off the artists.
*ARE YOU WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE?
With our sincere apologies, we are not.
TLC applied to building department to put in a lift, but 65 Capp is a historical building and it was determined by the building department that we could not change our entrance to accommodate a ramp or lift. We are looking into ways to share TLC with those in wheelchairs who can not make it.