Posts Tagged ‘woods hole’

Woods Hole Film Festival

July 16, 2018

The 27th Annual Woods Hole Film Festival starts Saturday, July 28 and runs through Saturday, August 4, 2018. It is eight fun-filled days of screenings, music, workshops, panel discussions, parties, special events, and more!

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WOODS HOLE THEATER COMPANY PRESENTS: “NEXT” AND “NORTH OF PROVIDENCE”

March 14, 2013

March 14-16, 21-23, 28-30

Woods Hole Community Hall, 68 Water Street,  Woods Hole

508-540-6525

Website: www.woodsholetheater.org

8p.m.

The Woods Hole Theater Company, a non-profit, tax-exempt organization, has been in residence in the village of Woods Hole, MA since 1974. Its purpose is to engage in and promote the cultural growth of the community of Woods Hole and vicinity. The two plays are short plays diected by Tom Lyons. “Next” is a comedy about a middle-aged man who mistakenly receives a draft notice and must report for a physical. While, “North of Providence” is a play about a domestic crisis with a surprising conclusion. Tickets: $15, half-price opening night

WINTER CONCERT SERIES: ROBERT WYATT

January 2, 2013

January 6

TBA

508-548-8961

Website: www.woodsholepubliclibrary.org

2p.m.

The Woods Hole Public Library is delighted to offer a Robert Wyatt performance at a private home on Penzance Point. The second in the Library’s winter concert series, on this occasion in the more intimate atmosphere of a private home, his program offers an inspiring start to the New Year. Pianist Robert Wyatt will present a program of his favorite composer, Johann Sebastian Bach. Considered to be the “father of music,” Bach not only excelled in composition but also masterminded a host of theoretical properties which allowed future composers to advance their own ideas. The most versatile of geniuses, Bach was a fine organist, a loving husband and father, and a creative thinker whose interests were boundless. More information regarding the concert location is available by calling the Library at 508-548-8961, during its regular hours of operation. Tickets cost $25 and are limited in number. They may be purchased at Eight Cousins, the Bank of Woods Hole, and at the Woods Hole Public Library. Robert Wyatt enthusiasts will not be disappointed to hear this highly regarded artist in a unique location.