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World Music/CRASHart Performances at the Somerville Theatre

Posted by Hillary Waldron on Sun, Feb 01, 2015

altanThe nonprofit World Music/CRASHart organization's mission is "to present the finest traditional and contemporary performing arts from around the world to the broadest possible audience, and to engage individuals in their community and civic life through related artist based educational programs."

The organization has scheduled musical performances at various locations in the Boston area, including the Brighton Music Hall in Brighton, Symphony Hall in Boston and the Somerville Theatre in Somerville. 

The Somerville Theatre in Somerville is a wonderful venue for all types of art performances. Below is a list of some of the uncoming World Music/CRASHart scheduled performances.

Atlan, February 28th
type: traditional irish band

Alloy Orchestra, March 7th
type: orchestra

Heritage Blues Orchestra, March 28th
type: blues, orchestra

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    5 Point Film Festival in Somerville

    Posted by Hillary Waldron on Mon, Nov 03, 2014


    The 5Point Film Festival will be held at the Somerville Theatre on November 5th & 6th. The 5Point Film Festival aims to 'inspire adventures of all kinds'. 

    "Get inspired by 2 nights of short adventure stories and meet the athletes and filmmakers from the 5Point Film Festival.

    These films span across all outdoor, adventure film, but all are hand picked to get your heart pumping, mind engaged, and self inspired to pursue your own passions, whatever those may be.

    Each night will feature different films so don’t miss out! Confirmed guests at the Festival include alpinist and author Kelly Cordes, undefeated boxing champion Heather 'The Heat' Hardy and others."

    To learn more about this event, please go to 5pointfilm.org

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    Check Out The Museum of Bad Art

    Posted by Hillary Waldron on Mon, Aug 04, 2014

    museum of bad artFor those of you who appreciate art and are willing to check out something a little different, visit The Museum of Bad Art might be for you.

    There are two galleries located in the Boston area. One is located in the basement of the Somerville Theatre; the other in the lobby of Brookline Access Television.

    "The pieces in the MOBA collection range from the work of talented artists that have gone awry to works of exuberant, although crude, execution by artists barely in control of the brush. What they all have in common is a special quality that sets them apart in one way or another from the merely incompetent."

    For further information on The Museum of Bad Art, please click here

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    Boston Comedy Festival Finale 2013

    Posted by Hillary Waldron on Sat, Oct 19, 2013

    comedyThe 14th Annual Boston Comedy Festival is back at the Somerville Theatre on Saturday, November 16th! Eight comedians will take the stage to win the Boston Comedy Festival Contest and the $10,000 grand prize! 

    "During the week long festival, 96 comedians from all over the world have competed in a no-holds-barred stand up comedy contest.

    "Jim McCue will be awarding comedian BCF comedian of the year Marc Maron, Marc has pioneered pod casting with his podcast WTF and his new television show Maron. The Boston Comedy Festival Contest is one of the most prestigious Comedy Contests in the world!"

    For further information on this event and ticket availability, please check out the Boston Comedy Festival website here

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