Posts about the lively arts in Manchester, NH.
And if anyone else cares to bathe alongside me in Kate’s light, join us at The Bookery on Elm Street in Manchester this Friday May 24 at 6:30 p.m. where you can see Dobbins, Kate West, Nick Ferraro and Jasmine Mann — all incredible songwriters — joining me as I read from my new book, “Notes From the Last Breath Farm: A Music Junkies Quest to Be Heard,” which is for sale at the Bookery, and on Amazon. READ MORE
“The Man Who Came to Dinner” will be staged by Majestic Theatre with shows on Fridays June 14 & 21 at 7 p.m., Saturdays June 15 & 22 at 7 p.m. and Sunday June 23 at 2 p.m. Performances will be held at The Majestic Theatre Studios located at 880 Page St., Manchester. READ MORE
Art 3 Gallery’s first exhibit of 2019 titled “Freshly Imagined” will open on May 30th with an evening reception from 4-7 pm. Catering will be provided by Jane Beaulieu of “Roots” Café of Hooksett. READ MORE
Artist Edward Hopper painted “Two Comedians” at the age of 83 when he and his wife were seriously ill. He died the following year. The painting seems to show Hopper bidding farewell to his art, and to the world. READ MORE
Brigadier General Donald Bolduc will appear with Congressman Chris Pappas of New Hampshire’s First Congressional District at Dartmouth-Hitchcock’s Medical Center, One Medical Center Drive, in Lebanon on May 13 from 5- 7 p.m. READ MORE
Send everyone in the house out of the house. Turn off your phone. Purchase your favorite wine. Order your favorite take-out. Put on your fuzzy slippers. Watch “Cleopatra” and feel like the queen you are. Take a tip from Elizabeth Taylor and enjoy your special day without apology. READ MORE
A lifelong resident of New Hampshire with an international following, artist James Aponovich has chosen Kelley Stelling Contemporary for his first exhibition in almost 15 years in the state. READ MORE