Things to see and do the week of July 5, 2018

  • Ugandan Kids Choir Courtesy

  • Catfish Howl will perform at the Henniker Summer Concert Series on Tuesday. Courtesy

Tuesday, July 03, 2018
Ugandan Kids Choir

What: The Ugandan Kids Choir has traveled across the world to engage U.S. audiences in their high-energy performance of traditional African songs and dances. The Discovery Center will project the Ugandan night sky on its 40-foot planetarium dome just prior to the performance by the Ugandan Kids Choir.

When: Saturday at 3:30 p.m.

Where: McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center

Cost: Free with admission to the center

Info: starhop.com

Catfish Howl

What: A zydeco band will bring a blend of Cajun-inspired blues and rhythm music to the Henniker bandstand. 

When: Tuesday at 7 p.m.

Where: Angela Robinson Bandstand, Main Street, Henniker

Cost: Free, donations to the town are welcome

Info: henniker.org

‘The Skin of Our Teeth’

What: Thornton Wilder’s award-winning play about George and Maggie Antrobus, a suburban couple with an uncanny resemblance to Adam and Eve. There’s their daughter Gladys, perfect in every way, and Henry (formerly known as Cain), who like to throw rocks.

When: Through July 15

Where: Peterborough Players Theater, 55 Hadley Road, Peterborough

Cost: $42

Info: peterboroughplayers.org

Symphony N.H.

On sale: While performances don’t resume until September, tickets are now on sale for Symphony N.H.’s 2018-19 season. Performances will be held at the Keefe Center for the Arts in Nashua and Concord City Auditorium in Concord. Subscription Series tickets are $18 to $52, with subscriber discounts, discounts for seniors 62 and older, $10 student tickets and free tickets for younger audience members ages 15 and under. Symphony N.H. Presents and opening weekend tickets are $25 to $65. For concert and ticket information, visit symphonynh.org, call 595-9156, or stop by the office located in the Court Street Theater Building at 6 Church St., Nashua.