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Pontine Theatre Presents A NEW ENGLAND CHRISTMAS Print Email
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New England ChristmasMARK YOUR CALENDAR

From December 12-14 Pontine Theatre presents its original production, A New England Christmas, underwritten by Chris Dwyer and Michael  Huxtable. (Click title to read more) 

 
Ragpickers Dream is Vintage Christmas Print Email
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Ragpickers DreamMARK YOUR CALENDAR

Long-lost loves and unexpected homecomings mingle with poetry, song, and outrageous laughs when The Ragpicker's Dream returns to the stage of The Music Hall Loft on December 6 and 7 as part of this year's "Vintage Christmas in Portsmouth." (Click title to read more) 

 
Dickens Christmas Carol at The Players Ring Print Email
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Christmas Carol DickensMARK YOUR CALENDAR

Starting December 5, the Players' Ring continues its holiday tradition with their local adaptation of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol.  The show runs from  to  December 23, with shows on Thursdays and Fridays at 8PM, Saturdays at 3PM and 8PM, and Sundays at 3PM and  7 PM(please see our full schedule online).

 
Joan of Arc Author at Loft Print Email
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Kathryn HarrisonMARK YOUR CALENDAR

The Music Hall’sWriters in the Loftseries welcomes Kathryn Harrison, theNew York Timesbestselling author on Tuesday, December 2, 2014. Harrison will discuss JOAN OF ARC:A Life Transfigured,her expertly woven account of a young peasant girl who became a heroine of profound historical and almost mythical stature. (Click title to read more)

 
Another Dickens of a Christmas at Old Salt Print Email
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Dickens ChristmasMARK YOUR CALENDAR

A Dickens’ of a Christmas, written by George Hosker-Bouley, will return for its 11th year at the Old Salt Restaurant, Lafayette Road, Hampton. Performances are December 10,17,18. Doors open at 5:30pm for a 6pm show. (Click title to read more) 

 
Reviving Governor James Sullivan Print Email
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James Sullivan of Old BerwickMARK YOUR CALENDAR

James Sullivan, a son of Old Berwick, was an economic visionary, an early supporter of religious freedom, and by 1807, the first Jeffersonian governor of Massachusetts. Yet few historians have given him the recognition he deserves. In this program on November 20, 2014, Daniel L. Breen will discuss Sullivan's lively and colorful career, and assess his significance in the politics of the early republic.  (Click title to read more)      

 
Led Zeppelin Tribute Band at Rochester Opera House Print Email
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zeppelin KASHMIR tribute bandMARK YOUR CALENDAR

Prepare for a killer salute to Zeppelin when the Rochester Opera House presents Kashmir: The Led Zeppelin Show on Saturday, November 22 at 8:00 PM.  Doors open at 7:00. (Click title to read more)   

 
Sixth Annual NH Brew Fest Supports Park Print Email
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beer festMARK YOUR CALENDAR  

Saturday, October 25, the NH Brew Fest kicks off its 6th year in the back yard of Redhook Brewery on the Pease International Tradeport in Portsmouth, NH. This popular fundraising event benefits the Prescott Park Arts Festival supported by the Master Brewers Association of America and WHEB's The Morning Buzz. (Click title to read more) 

 
UNH Art Gallery Talks Close Out 2014 Print Email
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Check out four gallery talks in November and December to be held at the UNH Museum of Art. All events are free to the public and will be located at the PaulCreativeArtsCenter, 30 Academic Way, Durham, NH, 03824. (Click title to read more) 

 
ShakesBEERience MACBETH October 20 Print Email
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ShakesBEER MacbethMARK YOUR CALENDAR

"When shall we three meet again?”— the answer is at Seven Stages Shakespeare Company’s (7SSC) ShakesBEERience reading of MACBETH on October 20 at 6:30PM at The Press Room in Portsmouth, NH. (click title to read more) 

 
Former Poet Laureate Signing at Loft Print Email
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poet Billy CollinsMARK YOUR CALENDAR

Called “America’s Favorite Poet” byThe Wall Street Journaland “The most popular poet in America” byThe New York Times,Billy Collinswill be in Portsmouth for apublic pre-event book signing on October 21. (Click title to read more) 

 
School Is Still in Session for Moliere 350 Years Later Print Email
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Moliere School for WivesRUNS NOVEMBER 14-30

New Hampshire Theatre Project’s 26thseasonopens withThe School for Wives, written by Moliere and translated by Richard Wilbur. A classic example of farce and considered to be one of the finest illustrations of Moliere's comic writing.

 
The Machine Performs Pink Floyd Print Email
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pink floyd tributeMARK YOUR CALENDAR

The top Pink Floyd show in America, The Machine, electrifies the Rochester Opera House stage on Friday, November 7 at 8:00 PM (Doors 7:00).  The band intricately combines dazzling lights and theatrical stage displays to make every show an authentic Floydian experience.  (Click title to read more) 

 
Discovering New England Stone Walls Print Email
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Kevin GardnerMARK YOUR CALENDAR

Bear-Paw Regional Greenways and the Hooksett Conservation Commission are hosting Kevin Gardner’s talk on Discovering New England Stone Walls on October 21, 7:00 pm – 9:00 at the Hooksett Public Library, 31 Mount Saint Mary’s Way in Hooksett. (Click title to read more) 

 

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