The Sound of Music and a live comedy taping
WAM's weekend picks
WAM WICKED WEEKEND PICKS for Feb. 22-23, 2014
Friday 8 p.m., live music featuring a slice of Professor Paul Bendzsa’s 38 years of musical adventures at Memorial University, Suncor Energy Hall.
Here's this weekend’s downtown live music schedule
Club One, 10 p.m. Gloryhound
The Rockhouse, 11 p.m. Another North, Young Manics and Bandits
The Ship, 11 p.m. Sonny Tripp, London Above, Thom & The Tomcats
The Rockhouse, 10 p.m. Silverstein, Deadgaard, Bannerman and Nuke ‘Em
The Republic, 9:30 p.m. Fundraiser of the Longside Club Maggie Meyer, Selina Boland, The Elizabeathans, Temples & Bandits
The Fat Cat, 10:30 p.m. Any Other Tuesday
The Ship, 10:30 p.m., ‘Say It Ain’t Weezer': A Weezer tribute band
The Levee 10:30 p.m. Solo Night featuring Len O’Neill, Josh Bourden, Emily Elizabeth Locke, DJ 5hawn Par
Saturday, 7;30 p.m. Live launch for a new album of duets from Nick Ryan featuring Naomi Kavka, Prose & Cons. The LSPU Hall.
Saturday, 8 p.m. The Telegram’s Warm Hearts event featuring songs and stories from Sean McCann, Lynda Boyd, Chris Andrews of Shanneyganock, and others at Holy Heart Theatre. Tickets are $25 with all proceeds will go to the Warm Hearts campaign, supporting women and children who are victims of domestic abuse and staying at Iris Kirby House in St. John’s.
Sunday, 3 p.m. poetry reading with west coast poet Robin Durnford reading from her book A Lovely Gutting. Afterwords Book Store, 245 Duckworth Street.
Sunday and Monday, 8 p.m. Comedian Matt Wright is doing a live taping of his comedy albumVasectomy Baby. Tickets available at the door or at Fred’s Records on Duckworth Street. Sunday night is hosted by Steve Coombs and also features Shaun Burton and Mike Fardy. Monday night is hosted by Colin Hollett and also features Sarah Walsh and Michael Lynch. At The Republic Bar (upstairs).