Current and Forthcoming Shows at Alexander Upstairs

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Kamishibai Memoir • Running Time: 80 mins
Written by Jemma Kahn and Tertius Kapp | Directed by Jane Taylor | Illustrated and performed by Jemma Kahn | Sound Design by Charl Johan Lingenfelder | Lighting Desgn by Themba Stewart | Costumes by Ella Buter
What could follow The Epicene Butcher and We Didn't Come to Hell for the Croissants? In bocca al lupo, Jemma Kahn's third kamishibai show: a graphic and candid and whimsical journey across three continents, using four story boxes, one giant cicada, a naked Catholic (or two) and one golden surprise.

Using simple but beautifully drawn images displayed on cardboard story panels, Jemma Kahn has spent the last four years captivating audiences from Alexander Bar to Edinburgh to Amsterdam with her unique take on the 12th century Japanese art form 'kamishibai'. The effect is like watching a sort of live Manga cartoon, her sheer verve in combination with all the elements at play create an utterly original and sometimes bizarre theatre experience, a joyous tribute to visual and verbal storytelling.

Premiered at the National Arts Festival 2016 | Produced by POPArt Productions and Jemma Kahn, in association with the National Arts Festival and Arts and Culture Trust and Nedbank Arts Affinity. 
In bocca al lupo like Kahn's two shows before it, brings together a truly wonderful creative team. And like the two shows before it, In bocca al lupo is not for the faint hearted or the easily offended.

Jane Taylor:  writer, Ubu and the Truth Commission (1997), writer Wild Dogs (winner of the Olive Schreiner Prize 2006), director After Cardenio (2011)

Tertius Kapp: theatre, Rooiland (Fleur Du Cap, Smeltkroes & Fiesta Awards 2013), Oorsee (Smeltkroes, 2014). Kapp won the Herzog Prize for theatrical work in 2015. His screen adaptation Dis ek, Anna won the SAFTA for best script in 2015 as well as the Silwerskerm for Best Picture.

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Thu 27th Jul 7pm: Sorry, sold out Sat 29th Jul 7pm: Sorry, sold out

Komedie • Running Time: 60 mins
Regie en Teks deur Wessel Pretorius | Opgevoer deur Wessel Pretorius en David Viviers

Twee reisende spelers, ’n verteller en handlanger (afgewater uit die Commedia dell'arte kader), skets drie verhale: die biografie van ’n traan, ’n liefdesdriehoek tussen matador, mantel en bul en ’n legendariese nag van passie. Wessel Pretorius en David Viviers keer terug na KKNK met Klara Maas se hart is gebreek, plus twee nuwe verhale wat saam ’n trilogie oor lewensiklusse van drie hard-‘vogtige’ helde, vorm. Die eerste van dié drie verhale, is as deel van die KKNK se eerste Uikampteater-projek in 2016, met die Kanna vir beste debuutwerk bekroon. 

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Thu 27th Jul 9pm: Sorry, sold out

Acoustic Folk/Alternative • Running Time: 60 mins
Songs written by Jules Terea arranged by Hezron Chetty and Jules Terea

Spend an intimate evening with the Alternative Folk act that's got everyone talking, BRYNN, at the gorgeous Alexander Bar Theater. From heavenly falsettos to powerhouse growls to breathtaking violin melodies built through a loop station, this evening is sure to leave you speechless. 

BRYNN is an alternative folk/Rock act based in Cape Town.

2017 has seen BRYNN come into its own. The band consists of musicians like Hezron Chetty on Violin, David Van Vuuren on lead guitar and backing vocals, Alex Smillie (Southern Wild) on bass, Jules Terea on vocals and rhythm guitar and Eddy Kriel on drums. Already in their short time performing together the band has played at Shimmy Beach Club for charity event TUTUFEST where they shared the stage with acts like Alice Phoebe Lou and Majozi, played a packed out show at The Mercury Live and began recording their debut album at Popsicle Studios.

BRYNN performs also as a duo. Where vocalist Jules Terea (NZ) and Violinist Hezron Chetty strip their songs down for an incredibly powerful and raw acoustic set. The duo has performed in Tulbagh, Stellenbosch and Cape Town this year to wonderful reception from their audiences. Quickly building a strong reputation for delivering consistently passionate and exiting acoustic performances to the stage.

South African/New Zealand singer songwriter Jules Terea has embarked on an international journey of taking his musical tales around the world. Having completed a successful tour of New Zealand, South Africa and Switzerland in December 2016, Terea returned with new ideas. BRYNN was the birth of this and at its core is a collaboration of some of South Africa\'s finest musicians which includes David Van Vuuren ( Southern Wild), Alex Smilie (Southern Wild), Eddy Kriel and Hezron Chetty.

The Brynn duo is made up of Jules Terea and violinist Hezron Chetty. 

Hezron Chetty is a violinist from Cape Tow, South Africa. His style is groundbreaking and thought provoking and his New Age violin techniques echo the sounds of influences such as Nicolo Paginini and Jimmy Page( Led Zepplin). Hezron has toured the world learning instrumental skills from gypsies,rockers,punks,jazz-heads,blues men, classical & folk musicians

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Fri 28th Jul 8pm: Sorry, sold out

Sleight of Hand • Running Time: 75 mins
Written and performed by Stuart Lightbody and directed by Tara Notcutt

The magicians' secret world exists behind locked doors, Stuart Lightbody offers you a key. Spend an evening inside Stuart's mind, a place full of fading memories where strange impossibilities lurk. Each night the audience chooses exactly which wonders unfold, so no two performances are alike and anything could happen. Welcome to "Unique Wonders".

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Sat 19th Aug 9pm: Sorry, sold out

Quiz • Running Time: 90 mins
OMG Quiz Night has crash landed their trivia machine right into the belly of Alexander Bar. Every Wednesday the cosy chairs and tables of the bar get turned into your throne from which you will enter into a battle of the minds. But don't start googling general knowledge trivia answers just yet.... Among the 'what is the capital of...' this quiz has a plethora of hands-on, get-your-tastebuds-guessing, blind-fold-necessary questions. This is not just any games night, this is OMG QUIZ NIGHT AT ALEXANDER BAR. Minimum of 1 person per team (note: your name will automatically be entered as Han Solo) up to 6 players in a team. The game starts at 7:30pm sharp and finishes at 9:30pm

PS We take kindly to tweets and competitive slurs between teams.

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Improvised Theatre • Running Time: 60 mins
Megan Furniss | Tandi Buchan | Leon Clingman | Ryan Jales | Anne Hirsch | Music by Jaco Griessel

Another 3 nights of Pop Up Improv

Following on from their last three successful nights of improv at Alexander Bar in July, ImproGuise take to their favourite stage in Cape Town to bring you their high risk, totally out there, long form improv, this time in the form of three original and interesting improv formats. The Chair, Little Space Between and On the Couch. Choose one or come to all three.

Thursday 3 August introduces a format created by Megan Furniss; The Chair. A special guest is invited occupy the chair and word and story associate form a word given by the audience. Then the cast create scenes inspired by the stories. For an hour. Delicious.

CAST: Megan Furniss, Brett Fish Andersson, Ryan Jales, Tandi Buchan, Leon Clingman , Anne Hirsch and music by Jaco Griessel.

Friday 4 August sees the return of an incredibly popular format created by Tandi Buchan; Little Space Between. Here, the audience will write their ideas on paper, forming titles for the scenes of a more intimate nature, an honest exploration of relationships, intimacy and emotion. Moving.

CAST: Megan Furniss, Tandi Buchan, Leon Clingman, Ryan Jales and Anne Hirsch. Music by Jaco Griessel.

Saturday 5 August is the premier of a brand new format created by Leon Clingman; On the Couch. Here, the audience become voyeurs into the complexities of relationships as all the dirty secrets are exposed both on and off the therapist’s couch. Addictive.

CAST: Megan Furniss, Ryan Jales, Brett Fish Andersson and Leon Clingman and music by James Harvey.

ImproGuise, Cape Town's longest-running, award-winning, Improv Company have been performing continuously in Cape Town and around the country for the past 23 years, bringing you the internationally recognised short form Improv, TheatreSports. They have also introduced audiences to other fabulous Long form improv formats ; some that they learned from fellow improvisers across the globe, and some that they invented themselves such as as On the couch, Tribute, Little Space between, Soapathon, Jam Sandwich, First Kiss, Last kiss, Musical, Naked Improv, The Chair and their annual Improv fest , to name a few. They perform and teach at various theatres, schools, corporates and festivals both in South Africa and abroad.

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Album Launch • Running Time: 60 mins
Guitarist James Grace

Acclaimed guitarist and two time SAMA nominee James Grace makes a welcome return to the Alexander Bar for the launch of ‘Chilled’, his sixth solo guitar studio album. ‘Chilled’ also celebrates 10 years of Grace’s independently owned and operated record label, Stringwise Records.

Breaking with tradition from his previous five solo albums consisting largely of music for classical guitar, ‘Chilled’ features Grace’s own unique arrangements of songs by artists including The Beatles, Eric Clapton, Jesse Harris, Carol King and Billy Joel. ‘Chilled’ also introduces a South American element with a medley of original compositions and arrangements by Brazilian guitar maestro Marco Pereira. 

The album title appropriately describes the mood and ‘feel’ of the CD, which draws substantially on material from Grace’s previous shows Guitar Hero and Guitar Hero II. 

‘Chilled’ continues to celebrate the diversity of the modern day instrument, and demonstrates the fingerboard prowess which has led Grace to recently be described by local media as a ‘South African icon’ (Odile Hufkie,

KANNA Award winner for Best Male Artist at the 2010 ABSA KKNK, and more recently KykNET Fiesta winner, James Grace is one of one South Africa’s leading concert artists. In recent years he has appeared with the Cape Philharmonic, the Kwa-Zulu Natal Philharmonic, the Johannesburg Festival, the Johannesburg Philharmonic, the Gauteng Philharmonic and the Free State Symphony in concerti by Rodrigo, Villa – Lobos, Tirao, Stephenson, Giuliani and Vivaldi.

A regular performer at the major arts festivals and concert series, James’s schedule frequently takes him throughout Southern Africa, Europe and the U.A.E. James was the soloist in Rodrigo’s Concierto de Aranjuez with the Cape Philharmonic Orchestra and Pieter Daniel at Kirstenbosch’s Summer Concert Series, and subsequently James joined forces with Jonathan Crossley to give the South African premiere of Rodrigo’s Concierto Madrigal for two guitars with the Johannesburg Philharmonic Orchestra and Alessandro Crudele.

Born in England, James began playing the guitar aged seven. He immigrated with his family to South Africa at the age of ten and continued lessons with the late Dietrich Wagner. James then studied at the Royal College of Music in London as a Foundation Scholar with Carlos Bonell. Upon graduating he became the first guitarist in the history of the College to receive the Tagore Gold Medal, an annual award presented to the most outstanding student. 

After spending two years in Doha, in the Arabian State of Qatar where he taught guitar at an International Music Centre, James returned to South Africa and was appointed Head of Classical Guitar Studies at the University of Cape Town’s College of Music.

James is launching his sixth solo guitar album ‘Chilled’, under the banner of his independently owned and operated record label, Stringwise Records. His previous two releases Sevilla – Music of Spain II and Café Latino both topped the Classic FM Top 20 South African Charts and earned James SAMA nominations for Best Popular Classical Album and Best Instrumental Album respectively.

As an entrepreneur and concert organiser, James often hosts and performs with visiting artists. In 2015 James toured South Africa in a series of duo concerts with UK-based Mexican guitarist Morgan Szymanksi. James also appeared in concert with Cinzia Milani (Italy), Goran Krivokapic (Germany) and Chloe Murphy (London). 

Locally James works with a number of artists in a variety of projects. These include KZN-based Christopher Duigan (piano), Johannesburg-based Jonathan Crossley (guitar) and Bridget Rennie-Salonen (flute) from Cape Town. 

James is in the final stages of setting up the Stringwise Young Artist’s Trust, with the aim of assisting young artists from across the country produce their own albums and offer bursaries for overseas study.

James CDs are available for purchase at tonight’s performance.

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Quiz • Running Time: 120 mins

Set to be bigger than the Avatar budget. Let's get you screaming Yippe Kai Yay all night.
We're handing out candy fit for Willy Wonka and wine that Hannibal himself would enjoy (maybe that's not such a good thing?)
There's something for everyone. Just make sure you know your Tom Cruise from your Tom Hanks or you'll crash harder than the Titanic.
Bring your favourite rug, Potter glasses and drive your Delorean to Alexander Bar.

Get there by 6:45pm. - Arrive on time or it's hasta la vista baby

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Magic • Running Time: 60 mins
Written by Bryan Miles | Performed by Bryan Miles

Meet Bryan Miles - a master of the wicked manipulation of the mind and a performer who is trained in the art of thought deception. Bryan has performed across the globe, from London to Los Angeles, for movie stars and celebrities. His ground-breaking primetime SABC TV series, ‘One Day with Bryan Miles’ has had South Africans across the country questioning what is possible and what is not.  

“You just sent a shiver down my spine!” Graeme Richards (SABC 3 Presenter)

Bryan can seemingly influence and predict human behaviours. By using his skillset of magic, suggestion and psychology – he is able to theatrically manipulate your perception of the world.

“Bryan Miles is amazing!” Jack Parow (Musician)

His one-man show sees Bryan sharing some of his unique obsessions from childhood with the audience. Bryan Miles is an ordinary person with extraordinary skills…whether it is extracting people’s inner most thoughts or controlling their behaviour – this show will keep you questioning the potential of the human mind!

“I am obsessed with the human mind. Does Free Will exist? Are the thoughts and decisions we make truly our own? Every thought we have results in some kind of action – I don’t read minds, I read people.”  

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lo-fi folk • Running Time: 60 mins
Simon Tamblyn - Guitar & vocals | Mandisi Nkomo - Drums | Helen Westcott on Bass | Catherine Schenck on Cello

TH&S are back at Alexander Bar again. With some new music imbued with their good kind of sadness coupled with punfully bad jokes that you shouldn't have to listen to. Tape Hiss and Sparkle is lo-fi, off-beat, alternative folk music

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Drama • Running Time: 60 mins
Starring Kai Luke Brummer and Mbulelo Grootboom | Directed by Matthew Kalil

Selwyn & Gabriel is a new comedy-drama by Richard Kaplan (Writer of The Finkelsteins are Coming to Dinner) with Kai Luke Brummer as Selwyn and Mbulelo Grootboom as Gabriel. Directed by Matthew Kalil.

Selwyn wakes in the middle of the night to find the intruder Gabriel in his kitchen. Something terrible has happened. In a dream like space, Gabriel who is at once interrogator, bureaucrat and therapist enables Selwyn to reveal his inner life and experiences. 

Gabriel, the interrogator begins:

“10 July 2016 2.34am, preliminary interview with Selwyn Aaron Bernstein, a Caucasian male aged 26. Selwyn Aaron Bernstein, what type of name is that?”

Gabriel the bureaucrat insists on the completion of forms:

“Forms, forms, forms”, he says, “If you do not have them, you barely exist – you have no number, no name, no license …. you are unborn, unmarried, unregistered, unpropertied and undegreed – without them you live a formless life.”

Then finally, Gabriel the therapist enables Selwyn to explore the truth of the situation, both physically and metaphysically. Together, late into the night, they make a series of life changing discoveries about love and prejudice, life and death, race and identity.

Kai Luke Brummer graduated from UCT in 2016 with a B.A Honours in Theatre and Performance, with distinction in Acting. He was awarded the Ellie Walendorf Prize for best male actor in 2015. He has performed in numerous theatre productions, including The Dead Wait directed by Mdu Kweyama, Ebola directed by Nicholas Ellenbogen, Black Dog/ Inj’enyama directed by Clare Stopford, Gavin Krastin’s Trophy and in (s)kin directed by Mbongeni Mtshali.

Mbulelo Grootboom is a Film, TV and stage thespian. He received a Fleur du Cap award in 2013 for his role in Mike van Graan’s Just Business. He is currently appearing in four shows across the television channels.

Matthew Kalil is a writer, director and script editor. He has an MA in Screenwriting from the NSFTV in the UK and over 20 years of experience in directing, editing and writing. He has written and co-written over 40 produced TV shows. His projects and collaborations have been seen in Canada, Denmark, Morocco, New Zealand, Puerto Rico, Kenya, Thailand, the United States, the United Kingdom and South Africa.

Richard Kaplan is a medical doctor working in the field of HIV research at the Desmond Tutu HIV Foundation. His first play, “The Finkelsteins are Coming to Dinner” was performed at the Alexander Bar and the Cape Town Fringe Festival in 2016. Selwyn & Gabriel is his second play.

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Quiz • Running Time: 120 mins

Hot on the heels of July's sell-out Friends quiz, we bring you: Friends Trivia Night: The One Where You Win...Maybe.
Two hours of one-liners, Monica's OCD moments, and sing along moments with Phoebe. There will be an act out round, so channel your inner ego and put Joey's acting to shame. If you think that you know that they don't know what you know then book now before it sells out. And remember, no more than 6 in a team. Do not be seven... SEVEN.....sevennn. (but we do start at seven so please arrive by then)

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Various. Pop, Art Music, Jazz, Modern Classical • Running Time: 50 mins
Shaun Acker on Alto Saxophone | Andrea Fisher-Jeffes on Euphonium | Zhaun Gorridon on Tuba

The Phax Trio's September Concert Series consists of two separate performances on the 10th and 17th. 

On the 10th the Trio will present popular music by Adele, Lana del Rey, Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga, Bruno Mars, Pharell Williams, Elton John,Taylor Swift, Lukas Graham and Sia arranged for Saxophone, Euphonium and Tuba.

On the 17th the Trio will present their own original music composed by Shaun Acker and Andrea Fisher-Jeffes. This is the classic Phax Trio show with a whole set of new tunes and stories/inspiration behind each composition - ranging from snakes, streetlights, moodiness, crazy people and constellations.

Zhaun Gorridon

Zhaun is the youngest member of the Phax trio and is currently studying at the South African College of Music. He is majoring in tuba performance under Prof. William Haubrich. He performs in the UCT Symphony Orchestra and Wind Band, under the direction of Alex Fokkens. Zhaun has performed with both the CPO and KZNPO and does regular performances with, and is an alumnus of, the Cape Philharmonic Youth Orchestra. He has sat principal for both the South African National Youth Orchestra and Wind Orchestra. He is also a member of the National Youth Brass which is part of the SANYOF What it takes programme. Zhaun has attended the International Chamber Music Festival, held in Stellenbosch, and was selected to play for the Symphony Orchestra. He is based in Cape Town and began his tuba studies at Beau Soleil Music school. He is active in the Christmas bands and regularly performs with them in and around Cape Town.

Shaun Acker

Shaun Acker graduated from Rhodes University in 2008 with a Bachelor of Music with Distinction in Saxophone performance and composition. He has composed extensively for South African contemporary dance and theatre, with companies such as First Physical and the late acclaimed playwright Reza de Wet. Shaun has performed twice with the South African National Youth Orchestra (2006 and 2011) as principal alto saxophonist, and has also appeared at numerous jazz festivals alongside international stars such as The Beauna Vista Social Club. Recently, he performed various instruments (Sax, flute, clarinet, piano and percussion) in Kardiavale, a cabaret-noir by visual theatre company FTH:K. Shaun lives in Cape Town and freelances as a saxophonist, composer and actor.

Andrea Fisher-Jeffes

Andrea Fisher-Jeffes is a brass performer, music educator and music administrator. She was a finalist in the Lubner music competition and was awarded the Lubner MAID music scholarship to study music. She studied at Rhodes University and the University of the Free State, under Prof David Scarr and Dr Paul Loeb van Zuilenberg. She graduated in 2010 with a Masters in Music majoring in Euphonium performance, Brass pedagogy and Composition. Andrea has performed with the Cape Town Concert Brass, KZNPO, FSSO, ECPO, CPO, Rhodes University Big Band and Rhodes University Orchestra. She is a South African National Youth Orchestra Foundation alumni, having performed as both the principal euphonium player in their Wind Orchestra, and principal trombone player in the South African National Youth Orchestra. She is also one of the original members of the South African National Youth Brass Ensemble. Internationally, Andrea has held positions with the Bern Youth Orchestra in Switzerland on principal Trombone, and has conducted the Zimbabwean National Musicamp Wind Band. She attended the International Euphonium Tuba Festival in Atlanta, Georgia, in June 2014 and was accepted to attend the International Music Festival in Pelotas, Brazil in January 2015. Andrea is one of the founders of The Phax Trio and Proboscis. Both these ensembles are dedicated to presenting a new contemporary style of music. All compositions are original works and are inspired by the composers’ life stories. Andrea founded the My Claremont Music Collective which is a concert series boasting some of Cape Town’s best musical performers. She is also an active performer in the Key Change MusicCo who perform all over South Africa. She is based in Cape Town, South Africa, and teaches at Western Province Preparatory School. She does regular performances as a soloist, chamber musician, orchestral musician and band musician.

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Anti-folk • Running Time: 60 mins
Eland Gray (aka Gary Thomas)

Groundbreaking solo acoustic musician Eland Gray is back for a showcase of new material after an 8 show run at The National Arts Festival. He will be performing a series of new tracks he is currently writing for a new album. 

One of the most followed –around, talked-about musos at the moment and he’s only going to get bigger and better” 

– The Sunday Tribune

"If music was creationism, he might just be in contention for the 'higher being' status. For a while, no other music could even come close to this mastery..." 

- Your LMG

“An uberdextrous wunderkind... a rare breed of genius” -

"One of the most original and followed indie-folk, acoustic musicians in the country" -

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Today (Thursday)

In bocca al lupo
Kamishibai Memoir
at 7pm

Tomorrow (Friday)

An Intimate Evening with The BRYNN Duo
Acoustic Folk/Alternative
at 8pm

This Saturday

In bocca al lupo
Kamishibai Memoir
29 Jul at 7pm

This Monday

Unique Wonders
Sleight of Hand
31 Jul at 9pm

This Tuesday

Unique Wonders
Sleight of Hand
1 Aug at 9pm

Rest of August

OMG Quiz Night
Wed 2 at 7pm
Wed 9 at 7pm
Wed 16 at 7pm
Wed 23 at 7pm
Wed 30 at 7pm
Unique Wonders
Sleight of Hand
Wed 2 at 9pm
Thu 3 at 9pm
Fri 4 at 9pm
Sat 5 at 9pm
Mon 7 at 9pm
Tue 8 at 9pm
Wed 9 at 9pm
Thu 10 at 9pm
Fri 11 at 9pm
Sat 12 at 9pm
Mon 14 at 9pm
Tue 15 at 9pm
Wed 16 at 9pm
Thu 17 at 9pm
Fri 18 at 9pm
Sat 19 at 9pm
ImproGuise Presents: Pop-Up Improv
Improvised Theatre
Thu 3 at 7pm
Fri 4 at 7pm
Sat 5 at 7pm
James Grace's 'Chilled' Album Launch
Album Launch
Thu 10 at 7pm
Fri 11 at 7pm
Sat 12 at 7pm
Movie Quiz: 80's, 90's and some 00's
The warming winter Movie Quiz is here: 80's, 90's and some 00'sTue 15 at 7pm
Bryan Miles: Live
Thu 24 at 7pm
Tape Hiss and Sparkle
lo-fi folk
Fri 25 at 8pm
Selwyn and Gabriel
Mon 28 at 7pm
Tue 29 at 7pm
Wed 30 at 7pm
Thu 31 at 7pm
Friends Trivia Night
Friends Trivia Night: The One Where You Win...MaybeTue 29 at 7pm


Selwyn and Gabriel
Fri 1 at 7pm
Sat 2 at 4pm 7pm
Mon 4 at 7pm
Tue 5 at 7pm
Wed 6 at 7pm
Thu 7 at 7pm
Fri 8 at 7pm
Sat 9 at 4pm 7pm
Various. Pop, Art Music, Jazz, Modern Classical
Sun 10 at 7pm
Sun 17 at 7pm
Eland Gray (aka Gary Thomas) Live!
Wed 13 at 8pm