The Insiders: A full slate of Friday fun
We hope you cleared your schedule tonight, readers, because there’s a lot going on. If you like salty, canned meats, or just humorous theatrics, you’ll want to catch Monty Python’s Spamalot, performed by the Community Players of Concord tonight at the City Auditorium at 7:30. ( For the record, you can like salty, canned meat and still enjoy these other events.)
Also tonight at 9:30, Red River Theatres will host Music Before Midnight, a show featuring Berklee School of Music graduate Ian Case and his 18-string guitar, which is exactly 18 strings more than we know how to play.
Want more? We’ve got more. St. Paul’s School will be holding a concert celebrating St. Cecilia’s Day, featuring the school choir and instrument ensemble, in the Chapel of St. Peter and St. Paul at 7:30 p.m. There’s also a Get Your Craft On! auction (Did we name that? It sounds like we named that.) for the League of New Hampshire Crafstmen at the Grappone Conference Center at 5:30 p.m., and NHTI kicks off the weekend long AGGP Fall Game Jam tonight at 5 when the theme is revealed and gamers embark on a 48-hour creative journey.
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