Nov 15, 2020
Nov 16, 2020
Nov 28 - 29, 2020
Dec 1 - 6, 2020
Dec 31, 2020
November 15, 2020
Every couple of weeks, Gareth Reynolds and Dave Anthony explore an historical titbit on their podcast The Dollop. They're not interested in history's grand sweeping narratives, rather those stories which you'll struggle to believe are true, featuring some of the greatest weirdos, charlatans and bad-asses that the world has ever seen. Catch them live as the take the Dollop around the country.
November 16, 2020
Nathaniel Rateliff heads out solo in 2020, leaving the Night Sweats at home for this brand new tour in support of his newest record, And It's Still Alright. A man with hugely hidden depths, Ratcliffe solo is recognized for his pensive, soulful folk songs. A self-taught musician from the tender age of seven (he learned to play the drums), he continued his musical education throughout his teens by venturing into guitar, before writing his own music.
November 28 - 29, 2020
The Irish all-male wonder from producer Sharon Browne, and legendary songwriter/composer Phil Coulter, performs an eclectic mix of songs ranging from the traditional to the contemporary, with some international hits and original material in between. Boasting boy-band good looks and impeccable harmonies, the group delivers traditional Celtic songs and contemporary pop classics as only they know how.
December 1 - 6, 2020
Tina Fey's Drama Desk award-winning Broadway musical, based on the 2004 Lindsay Lohan film, Mean Girls is out on its first national tour! With a book by Fey, direction by Book of Mormon's Casey Nicholaw, music and lyrics by Jeff Richmond and Legally Blonde's Nell Benjamin - which includes tracks "Apex Predator" and "I'd Rather Be Me"- it's no surprise that the musical is Broadway's latest smash hit, earning 12 Tony nominations along the way.
December 31, 2020
After finishing second place on the tenth series of America's Got Talent in 2015, comedian Drew Lynch became a nationwide sensation gaining laughs from audiences all over the country. The comedian also gained an international fanbase via his hilarious YouTube videos where he offers funny insights into his everyday life and opinions.
502 N New Jersey St, Indianapolis, IN 46204
This beautifully ornate building was formerly known as the Murat Shrine and Center, and is today still owned by the Murat Shriners, an off-shoot from mainstream Freemasonry. The oldest stage in downtown Indianapolis still remaining, it also has the distinction of being the only Shrine temple in the world with a French-originating name, and is also the largest Shrine temple in North America
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