This weekend’s roundup includes a family show from Symphony New Brunswick, a Rolling Stones tribute, a world premiere play from TNB and more.
Royal Wood with special guest Kerri Ough at The Playhouse. Singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer Royal Wood has established himself as a true musical talent. The two-time Juno Award nominated artist released his latest album, California Nights, in April of 2018. Inspired by both loss and love, the songs on this record are an ode to the classic styles of Tin Pan Alley and Laurel Canyon. 7:30 p.m. $15-$30.
Stephen B Lawrence at The Muse. With a voice as true as the rock he calls home, NFLD’s rising country star Stephen B Lawrence makes his Muse debut on March. 7 p.m. $10.
An evening with Slowcoaster. With infectious and captivating lyrics, reinforced by a commanding groove, Slowcoaster takes you on a ride to the heart of the party with no apologies. 8 p.m. $5-$10.
A Brief History of the Maritimes and Everywhere Else in the Open Space Theatre. TNB’s 50th anniversary season continues with the world premiere production of A Brief History of the Maritimes and Everywhere Else by New Brunswick playwright Ryan Griffith. On a winter’s night in a rural New Brunswick cabin, Terry tells a story to his child, a story of the family’s history with links to the distant past. This story confronts a truth in the present, a truth that is a mystery until the end of the play. From celebrated Fredericton playwright Ryan Griffith (Returning Fire, The Boat, Fortune of Wolves) comes a gripping and hugely moving new work that will haunt you long after you leave the theatre. March 13-17. 7:30 p.m. $31+HST
Symphony New Brunswick presents Carnival: The Family Show at The Playhouse. Guest Conductor Andrew Creeggan, the Interaction School of the Performing Arts and pianist Roger Lord have joined up for an exciting, creative Family Show centered around Saint Saëns famous and hilarious Carnival of the Animals. Surprises galore! 10:30 a.m. $23.48 – $26.09
The Midnight Ramblers at The Capital. Midnight Ramblers pay tribute to an iconic era between ‘68-‘72 of the Stones’ career that captures the spirit & rebellion that inspired the original music. Doors at 9 p.m. Show at 10. $12.
Comedy Night with Jimmy MacKinley and Ben Conoley at Wilser’s Room. Born on the banks of the Miramichi River, Jimmy quickly fell in love with Stand-up comedy after borrowing a copy of Eddie Murphy Delirious from a classmate in the 8th grade. He has been performing for over 5 years and his credits include Laugh Out Loud on CBC Radio One, Sirius XM Radio, Hubcap Comedy Festival, and 2 tours with TV’s Gerry Dee. Ben Conoley is a lawyer and teacher by trade. But there’s more money in jokes, so here we are. Ben has performed for dozens of people from one end of downtown to the other. Doors at 7 p.m. Show at 8. $20.
Overwound + The Unheard at Grimross Brewing. Head to Grimross for a double-header of local Blues/Rock. 8 p.m.
Seconde Nation at the Centre Communautaire Sainte-Anne. The Acadian band, Seconde Nation, will deliver a show out of the ordinary, during which everyone will be on their feet! Seconde Nation’s live performance is a blend of music, storytelling, humour, Acadian traditions, and comedy. 7:30 p.m. $15.50 – $28.
Open Mic at Grimross Brewing. All welcome; music, poetry, storytelling and more. 2-5 p.m.
Sham-Rock N Roll at Wilser’s Room. Spend your St. Paddy’s Day at Wilser’s with performances by Sugar Bomb, The Hypochondriacs, Mike Trask and Pete Hansen. 4-11 p.m. $10.
St. Patrick’s Day at Grimross Brewing. The Lamey Brothers will play a couple sets and open the stage to whoever wants to play a song or two. 2-5 p.m. Pay what you wish.
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