Did you make a New Year’s resolution to get out, do more, be more active? Did you tell yourself that you want to meet more / new people? Boston Ironsides Rugby Football Club might be something you should check out. They will have their first practice on Saturday, January 28th and newcomers are welcome. No prior experience is necessary.
Practice will take place at the BSC Medford (easily accessible from the Orange Line – Wellington Station stop). Head to the basketball court on the second floor and arrive ready to get sweaty by 2:00 PM. Comfortable workout clothes (shorts, t-shirt, sneakers, etc) as well as a water bottle is highly recommended Following practice the club will be hosting an informal meet-and-greet with pizza.
If you have any questions email: email@example.com.
You can also check out the Facebook event page for more details here.
What a wonderful photo that perfectly captures how I would like everyone to be able to wake up on a Sunday morning. For the record, I’d be the guy on the left, still dead asleep. Which one would you be?
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Next Saturday The Theater Offensive will present Boston’s first-ever Saint Sebastian Festival (Festival de San Sebastian), full of folklore music & dancing, a community parade, “cabezudos” (giant dancing head puppets), theater, poetry, performance, artisan crafts, salsa music, and a live Saint Sebastian installation.
The event will take place at Villa Victoria Center for the Arts, 85 West Newton St in Boston, on January 28, 2017 from 4-10pm. For more information about this free event open to the public, click here.
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Tonight is opening night for Trans Scripts Part I: The Women at the A.R.T. in Cambridge. The production shall run for the duration of the I.D. Festival, which celebrates the diverse experiences of the trans community.
Tickets for I.D. Festival are currently on sale by phone at 617.547.8300, in person at the Loeb Drama Center (64 Brattle St, Cambridge, MA; Tues – Sun, noon – 5PM) and) or OBERON (2 Arrow Street, Cambridge, MA; 1 hour before curtain), or online at americanrepertorytheater.org/id-festival.
Alison Young and the Swinging Steaks (Sunday, January 22 at 8PM) Alison comes to The OBERON for one night only to perform a mix of original country songs and covers of contemporary favorites. Buy Tickets
Becca Blackwell (Monday, January 23 at 7:30PM) Transactivist performer and downtown New York theater star Becca Blackwell’s They, Themself and Schmerm is a fiercely vulnerable solo piece that details the tragic-comic transitions in life, family, sex, and gender. Buy Tickets
Peacock Rebellion (Friday, January 27 at 8PM) is an SF Bay Area -based, queer + trans people of color crew of artist-activist-healers who make sassy sexy art to help build a culture of social justice. Performances are from the Rebellion’s Brouhaha Stand-Up Comedy graduates. Buy Tickets
Our Lady J (Saturday, January 28 at 7:30PM) Hot on the heels of writing on the Golden Globe and Emmy Award winning TV show Transparent, Our Lady J comes to OBERON to paint the church pink with Gospel for the Godless, an exhilarating celebration of well-known pop songs, re-imagined through gospel. Buy Tickets
NIC Kay (Sunday, January 29 at 8PM) lil BLK is an experimental solo performance by NIC Kay. Influenced by New York City gay/queer ballroom culture, live punk shows. lil BLK is a story about a fairy boi, child of god, little black girl, performer, and activist. The story plays out through a series of biographical moments that are equal parts narrative and dream. Buy Tickets
A.R.T. of Human Rights (Monday, January 30 at 7:30PM) Embark on an exploration through the documentary-musical My Prairie Home, in which indie singer Rae Spoon takes us on a playful, meditative and at times melancholic journey. Spoon’s inspiring process of building a life of their own, as a trans person and musician. Tim McCarthy will then moderate a discussion with Rae and performance artist NIC Kay about accessibility, process, creation, and the challenges ahead for trans and queer artists. Free – RSVP
The Moth (Tuesday, January 31 at 8PM) The Moth StorySLAMs are growing in popularity, gathering people and stories from all over the country. New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, and Boston have multiple shows each month. The Moth is open to anyone with a five-minute story to share on the night’s posted theme – Tuesday, January 31’s theme will be Gender. On Sale at 3PM Tuesday 1/24
Kit Yan (Friday, February 3 at 8PM) Queer Heartache is an award-winning solo slam poetry theatre show by Kit Yan that explores his identity as transgender, queer, Asian American from Hawaii. If you’ve ever had your heart broken, or wanted to tell someone your gender is none of their business, this show is for you. Buy Tickets
Calpernia Addams (Saturday, February 4 at 7PM) As a multi-instrumentalist and songwriter, Calpernia has toured the US and Europe playing original acoustic music, most recently opening for indie superstar Patrick Wolf in London, Ukraine, Germany and more across two continents. Buy Tickets