Upcoming events

18
Mar
2023

03-18-2023

- Tony M Hall (Release Show)

https://www.youtube.com/@tonymhall8380

- Yard Eagle

https://www.facebook.com/YardEagle

- Hunter Peebles

https://www.facebook.com/hunter.peebles.56

$10 for the show, no cover to get in the bar side. Bar opens at 5pm / Doors at 7pm / Show at 8pm

21+ forever & always

For more information, email Jodie T. at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

19
Mar
2023

“Musical Friendships”

Mozart: Der Schauspieldirektor “Inpresario” Overture (1786)

Haydn: Symphony 101 “The Clock” (1794)

Grainger: Irish Tune from County Derry (1911)

Grainger: Mock Morris (1910)

Grieg: Two Nordic Melodies (1895) 1. In Folk Style, 2. Cow-Call and Peasant Dance

Gipps: Seascape (1958)

Arnold: Variations for Orchestra, on a theme of Ruth Gipps (1977)

For more information, email Ann Hammann at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

19
Mar
2023

Adapted for the stage by Ken Ludwig | Agatha Christie’s plot-twisting masterpiece takes audiences on a suspenseful thrill ride that Broadway World calls, “Everything you could want – broadly drawn characters, exotic settings and a spectacular murder.”

For more information, email Ashton Beck at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

https://www.eventvesta.com/events/19220/t/tickets

20
Mar
2023

Adapted for the stage by Ken Ludwig | Agatha Christie’s plot-twisting masterpiece takes audiences on a suspenseful thrill ride that Broadway World calls, “Everything you could want – broadly drawn characters, exotic settings and a spectacular murder.”

For more information, email Ashton Beck at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

https://www.eventvesta.com/events/19220/t/tickets

21
Mar
2023

St. Louis Writers’ Group is pleased to present readings of original new works by local playwrights. A description of our current scheduled offering can be viewed at https://www.facebook.com/groups/500365827076176. Please do check that Facebook page for any changes in schedule or the occasional extra reading. Our readings are organized but informal events, held upstairs in a pub. We usually meet on the first and third Tuesdays of the month, mostly for the reading of a completed script, short pieces, partly completed works, ideas and other material.  SO…food, drink, readings of creative original works...what’s not to like?

Admission is free! Onsite drink and food purchases available. If you wish to submit a script, sign, act, or just want more information, call Rob at 314-401-2636. Updates available via The St Louis Writers’ Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/500365827076176

21
Mar
2023

Adapted for the stage by Ken Ludwig | Agatha Christie’s plot-twisting masterpiece takes audiences on a suspenseful thrill ride that Broadway World calls, “Everything you could want – broadly drawn characters, exotic settings and a spectacular murder.”

For more information, email Ashton Beck at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

https://www.eventvesta.com/events/19220/t/tickets

22
Mar
2023

Original Music Open Mic Night Hosted by David Loeb

Every Wednesday, 7-10pm

Door: 6pm // Sign-up 6:30

All welcome, from beginner on up, but not "the whole band" please! It's a small stage, and more about the song/songwriter than the band. Quiet listening and supportiveness are highly appreciated!

Music Open Mic questions: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/577559217143577

22
Mar
2023

03-22-2023

Join us as our friend Lux steps behind the bar to raise funds for our Feed The People Program.

For more information, email Danni Eickenhorst at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

https://cli.re/32151-belly-up-to-the-bar-with-lux-st.-lou

22
Mar
2023

Adapted for the stage by Ken Ludwig | Agatha Christie’s plot-twisting masterpiece takes audiences on a suspenseful thrill ride that Broadway World calls, “Everything you could want – broadly drawn characters, exotic settings and a spectacular murder.”

For more information, email Ashton Beck at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

https://www.eventvesta.com/events/19220/t/tickets

22
Mar
2023

03-22-2023

After a 4-year absence, we're bringing back the big D! Join us for classic hits from the Jack & Kyle catalog. Opening the show will be Sophisticated Babies covering Weird Al and They Might Be Giants. Our Fenix will Rize!

For more information, email Erica Durbin at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

https://www.facebook.com/events/1605372666582530

23
Mar
2023

03-23-2023

Left Bank Books presents Pulitzer Prize & National Book Award Finalist Rebecca Makkai, who will discuss her highly anticipated, riveting new novel I Have Some Questions for You at the Ethical Society on March 23rd at 7pm! Makkai will be in conversation with Left Bank Books' Shane Mullen. Please purchase a ticket to attend the event in person or virtually. Books may be picked up ahead of the event at Left Bank Books or can be picked up at the venue on March 23rd.* Order additional copies of I Have Some Questions for You from Left Bank Books to support authors and independent bookstores!

For more information, email Andrea King at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

https://www.left-bank.com/event/rebecca-makkai-i-have-some-questions-you

23
Mar
2023

03-23-2023

Great live music from Rockin' Rod McCarron and company followed by Karaoke at The Attic with Shaggy Sounds.

For more information, email Justin Pfaff at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

https://cli.re/30822-karaoke-at-the-attic-with-shaggy-sounds

23
Mar
2023

03-23-2023

Please join us for a very special author event: The Double Launch of Devin Johnston's Dragons: Poems and Marty Riker's The Guest Lecture. Born in 1970, Devin Johnston spent his childhood in North Carolina. He is the author of seven books of poetry including Dragons, published by Farrar, Straus and Giroux in 2023. He has also published Creaturely and Other Essays, meditations on the natural world. He works as an editor of Flood Editions, a nonprofit publishing house, and he teaches at Saint Louis University in Missouri.

Praise for Devin Johnston:

“Quiet, emotionally reserved, and a marvel of technical prowess . . . Johnston’s poetry is admirable as much for its classical poise as for the tremors that both undermine and bolster that poise.” —David Orr, The New York Times Book Review

“[Johnston] demonstrates how musical poetry can be . . . [he] is an astute observer, rendering nature and various locales with the keen eye of a painter and the wisdom of a historian who grasps the value of the overlooked.” —Elizabeth Lund, Christian Science Monitor

“Johnston has built up a quiet body of poetry which contains astonishing power.” —Ian Pople, The Manchester Review

“What has stayed consistent in Johnston’s work is his attention to the minimum phenomena of sensation, the minimum data of the physical world, and the minimum unit of verse (the syllable). But his power is the way he uses minimal quanta to comprehend ever larger horizons.” —Scott Bartley, Literary Matters

Martin Riker is the author of two novels, The Guest Lecture (2023) and Samuel Johnson’s Eternal Return (2018), and his criticism has appeared in the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times, among other publications. He teaches in the English department at Washington University in St. Louis, and is co-founder--with Danielle Dutton--of the feminist press Dorothy, a Publishing Project. 

In a hotel room in the middle of the night, Abby, a young feminist economist, lies awake next to her sleeping husband and daughter. Anxious that she is grossly underprepared for a talk she is presenting tomorrow on optimism and John Maynard Keynes, she has resolved to practice by using an ancient rhetorical method of assigning parts of her speech to different rooms in her house and has brought along a comforting albeit imaginary companion to keep her on track--Keynes himself. Yet as she wanders with increasing alarm through the rooms of her own consciousness, Abby finds herself straying from her prepared remarks on economic history, utopia, and Keynes's pragmatic optimism. A lapsed optimist herself, she has been struggling under the burden of supporting a family in an increasingly hostile America after being denied tenure at the university where she teaches. Confronting her own future at a time of global darkness, Abby undertakes a quest through her memories to ideas hidden in the corners of her mind--a piecemeal intellectual history from Cicero to Lewis Carroll to Queen Latifah--as she asks what a better world would look like if we told our stories with more honest and more hopeful imaginations.  

Praise for The Guest Lecture:

"Riker spins a brilliant and innovative exploration of modern economic history in the form of a late-night waking dream . . . Abby's metaphysical wanderings swell to a scorching condemnation of modern life and an empathetic celebration of its meaningful moments. It's a transporting, clever, and inspired work of fiction."-- Publishers Weekly (starred review)

"On the eve of a guest lecture she's set to deliver--to an audience whose identity is never fully revealed--economics professor Abby wrestles with thorny theoretical issues and a few problems closer to home . . . [A] unique novel of ideas. A thoughtful and thought-filled stroll down a life's Memory Lane."-- Kirkus Reviews

Copies of the authors' books will be available for purchase and signing at the event. Event is free and open to all.

For more information, email Kelly von Plonski at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

https://store.subbooks.com/event/author-event-devin-johnston-martin-riker

23
Mar
2023

Adapted for the stage by Ken Ludwig | Agatha Christie’s plot-twisting masterpiece takes audiences on a suspenseful thrill ride that Broadway World calls, “Everything you could want – broadly drawn characters, exotic settings and a spectacular murder.”

For more information, email Ashton Beck at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

https://www.eventvesta.com/events/19220/t/tickets

24
Mar
2023

03-24-2023

Great live music, cold drinks, craft cocktails, delicious Cajun food, and amazing atmosphere. 21 and up. Paid table reservations available. $10 cover without table reservation from 8-12.

Zacharia Lloyd will open the night's entertainment from 530-830. Porkchop Express will headline the night's entertainment from 9-1.

Click link below to purchase your table reservation today through Eventbrite.

https://www.eventbrite.com/cc/live-at-the-attic-910489

For more information, email Justin Pfaff at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

https://cli.re/30831-zacharia-lloyd--porkchop-express

24
Mar
2023

Adapted for the stage by Ken Ludwig | Agatha Christie’s plot-twisting masterpiece takes audiences on a suspenseful thrill ride that Broadway World calls, “Everything you could want – broadly drawn characters, exotic settings and a spectacular murder.”

For more information, email Ashton Beck at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

https://www.eventvesta.com/events/19220/t/tickets

24
Mar
2023

Known for both his traditional style, and eclectic combination of rockabilly, honky tonk and traditional country music, Grammy Award-winning icon Marty Stuart is considered one of the genre’s most historically minded “new” traditionalists. He is an accomplished artist, performer, producer and writer, and has been a member of the Grand Ole Opry since 1992. With four gold albums and countless hit singles, he is one of country’s top instrumentalists and his songwriting skills have matured and sharpened as he writes with new-found sensitivity.

For more information, email Chris Peimann at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

https://www.thesheldon.org/events/an-evening-with-marty-stuart-and-his-fabulous-superlatives/

24
Mar
2023

03-24-2023

After more than a year away, Voodoo Little Feat rides again, this time on a Friday night on a bigger stage! Join us for two huge sets of classic hits, fan favorites, and deep cuts from Lowell & Co. Put on your Sailing Shoes and meet us on the dance floor!

For more information, email Erica Durbin at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

https://www.facebook.com/events/708325543473153

25
Mar
2023

03-25-2023
Online

Saturday Sessions are short workshops offered each Saturday at 11:00 AM on the Folk School Facebook page. Saturday Sessions features instructors from across the country offering instrument, vocal, and dance workshops. Free to join in, no Facebook account necessary.

Sponsored by the Missouri Arts Council.

25
Mar
2023

03-25-2023

Live Music by James Whalen Band

For more information, email Justin Pfaff at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.