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ECMA nominees The SKY Family will be performing their high energy Celtic/pop-rock music, dance and Gospel production Celtic Revival in Seekonk. Delighting audiences from coast to coast across the U.S. and Canada, the SKY Family is Eastern Canada's … more
Concerts at the Point will welcome back the Adaskin String Trio and Pianist Sally Pinkas this Sunday, February 21. The Adaskin String Trio is a great favorite of audiences, due to their capacity, as noted in the Boston Globe, to "direct the … more
Local favorites Fourteen Strings (Matt Smith, Dave Conlon, and Jay Costa) bring their blended rock, folk, and traditional music to the historic Dartmouth Grange. They will be joined by special musical guest Jonathan Danforth on fiddle. With Matt on … more
Josiah Longo organized The Slambovian Circus of Dreams in Sleepy Hollow, New York in the late 90's. Featuring Longo’s distinctive singing and songwriting, “The Circus” creates an enchanting atmosphere using traditional folk instruments and … more
Arts in the Village welcomes pianist Andrius Zlabys (pictured), violinist Yaira Matyakubova, and cellist Philip Boulanger in a program that features music by Bach and Mozart and an original passacaglia by Zlabys. Grammy-nominated pianist … more
There will be a Rehoboth contra dance this Friday, with all dances taught by caller Ron Blechner. Music will be performed by Dave Langford, Glen Loper (pictured), and Bethany Waickman. Beginners welcome; partners not necessary. WHERE: Goff … more
Come to the Local Brew Coffeehouse on Saturday for 5 acts for $5! Hear Gypsy Nights (pictured), Seamus Galligan, Morgan Johnston, Ken Totushek, and Bay Spring Folk. Coffee and homemade cookies and pastries will be for sale. WHERE: Bay … more
Spring Bull Gallery’s Annual Fakes & Forgeries will open with a fun-filled reception this Saturday. From its conception over 24 years ago, artists have been invited to submit serious "copies" or tongue-in-cheek humorous interpretation of … more
Have you ever wondered “How bubbles do that?” The science behind the magic unfolds like a mystery, as Keith Michael Johnson quickly captures the audience’s attention with his stunning state-of-the-art bubble sculptures, making this show both … more
PORTSMOUTH — “Broadway From Then ’Til Now 6,” a concert of Broadway show tunes, old and new, is at 7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 6, at the Portsmouth High School auditorium, Education Lane. All proceeds benefit the Portsmouth Public … more
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