BEER AND WINE SERVED ACROSS THE STREET AT THE IRISH CORNER PUB AND CORNER GATES
Thursdays, Fridays & Saturdays at 8pm
Thursdays: Adult = $20, Student/Senior = $15, Military/Educator = $10 (with ID)
Fridays & Saturdays: Adult = $25, Student/Senior = $20
The first Out On Broadway opened in March 1996, sold out every show, and was brought back in August of that year, again selling out the run. Reviewer Mike Isaacson wrote in The Riverfront Times, “United in song and spirit, the cast and audience celebrate the fusion of a Broadway past into the home for a community’s political future.” We recorded an original cast album a few years later (available on Amazon). OUT ON BROADWAY 2000 (affectionately known as OOB2K) opened in March 2000 for yet another sold-out run. This will be the third installment in the series, an intimate evening of funny and emotional performances, with just five gay men, a piano, and no microphones.
In case you missed it the first time, or just had such a fun time the last time - come on out and hear us play some blues.
Burlesque Bingo STL promises all the thrills and chills of cutthroat bingo with the added titilation of burlesque performances and variety acts...plus silly prizes! All this for $5 cash at the door! Doors at 8:30. Game starts at 9pm at our new permanent home, The Crack Fox (1114 Olive St, STL 63101)Join host Mimi Le Uke, the Sailormouthed Sweetheart of STL with his ukulele in tow, for BROADS, BOOZE, and BINGO at the longest running burlesque show in St. Louis where we play topless!
RIVER BEND IS A TRADITIONAL 5 PIECE BLUEGRASS BAND CONSISTING OF ORIGINAL MUSIC AS WELL AS CLASSIC BLUEGRASS STANDARDS AND BLUEGRASS RARITIES.Formed in 2015 in the heart of the Midwest, River Bend is a Traditional Bluegrass band that is dedicated to the performance and preservation of the "High-Lonesome Sound". With soaring tenor harmonies, driving instrumentation, and the classic bluegrass groove, this group recalls the voices of Bill Monroe, the Stanley Brothers, Vern Williams, Red Allen and more. If you are seeking an authentic " true grass" experience that reflects a simpler life and time, be sure not to miss River Bend!
Joanna Evans' award-winning play tells the story of Amelia and Andile who befriended each other over a garden when they were eight. Many years later, now grown up but estranged, they fall into a concussion at the exact same moment and meet once again in each other’s mind. A witty and poignant examination of childhood, memory and South Africa’s born-free generation.
Skipping from frolicky lightness to the dark borders of loneliness, this US premiere shows people reaching across walls that separate: race and class, innocence and guilt, playfulness and fear, yesterday and today. The play will be directed by Philip Boehm with performances by Magan Wiles and Eric Conners. Jan 27-29, Feb. 2-5 and 9-12. All shows 8 PM except Sundays Jan 29 and Feb 5 at 7 PM, Feb 12 at 2 PM.
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