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Pencil This In: Cocktails in Historic Places Meetup at Tom Bergin's, Theater Openings for 25 PPH, Watson and Burlesque at The Mezz

Learn more about Tom Bergin's during the Art Deco Society of Los Angeles meetup tonight. | Photo by m kasahara via LAist's flickr pool.
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The Art Deco Society of Los Angeles holds its monthly event Cocktails in Historic Places at Tom Bergin’s tonight from 6-8pm. The Irish pub first opened in 1936, and in 1949, it moved a few short blocks from its original Wilshire Boulevard to its current home on Fairfax. “There was no need for Bergin to hire professional movers, because patrons and employees carried the horseshoe bar every step of the way!” Open to members of the society and nonmembers. Cost? Your drink tab. THEATER
Sacred Fools Theater presents the world premiere of the comedy Watson tonight at 8 pm. Written and directed by company member Jaime Robledo, the story’s a creative take on the Sherlock Holmes saga. Runs through Dec. 11. Tickets: $20. (And a heads up: One of the show’s producers is French Stewart, who plays both Sigmund Freud and Queen Victoria in the production.)