Singer, storyteller & musician, Richard Stillman will be performing his Irish Balladeer show on Long Island next week. The family show combines traditional and original Irish music, storytelling and step dancing accompanied on cittern guitar, banjo, mandolin, bagpipes, concertina, pennywhistle, bones, bodhran and harmonica. He’ll be at the Amityville, NY Library on March 7th at 2 pm. For information call 631 264 0567. He’ll repeat the show at the Island Park, NY Library on March 12th at 7 pm. For information call 516 432 0122 .
Richard and guitarist Paul Byrne will also be performing their Irish Balladeer show on March 14th at 10 and 11 am at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library & Museum in Boston, Ma. For more information call 617 514 1560. On March 15th Richard performs the show solo at 3 pm at the Verona NJ Library. For information call 973 857 4848.
Jim Hawkins will be doing a program of “Stories and Songs from the Irish Tradition” on the following dates, times and locations: March 8, Williston Park Library, Williston Park, Long Island 2 P.M. March 14 Copiague Library, Copiague, Long Island. March 15 Glen Cove Gold Coast Library, Glen Cove, Long Island. March 22 Deer Park Library, Deer Park, Long Island.
On March 17 and 21, Jim and Greg Ryan will be playing traditional Irish music and singing Irish ballads at the MacArthur Park Restaurant on Park Ave in Rockvile Center, LI. They will be playing from 5-9 on the 17th and from 1-4 on the 21st, after the Rockville Center St. Patrick’s day parade.
Mary Tierney is appearing in the Poor Mouth Theatre company presentation of A Night of Irish Storytelling” “Sacred Sow” written and directed by Ellie Cummings.
Thursday, March 12/8pm, Friday, March 13/8pm and Sunday, March 15/1:30pm. Admission $18 available at the bar
March 12 @ 8:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Serena Jost returns to Rockwood Music Hall Stage 3, her favorite downtown venue, on March 12, 8:30pm. Come hear new songs, some favorites and hang out with Serena after the show. Special Guests.
Here’s what New York Music Daily said about Serena’s 2014 Rockwood Concert: “…a lush, sweeping, richly enveloping, tuneful show by the art-rock cellist/multi-instrumentalist singer (Serena) and her band.” Click here for tickets, which are $10.
Honor Molloy and Kevin Holohan: Beckett in Brooklyn March 14 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Kevin, Honor and Maeve Price, celebrate Nobel Prize Winner Samuel Barclay Beckett
“What do I know of man’s destiny? I could tell you more about radishes.”
“Beckett Out Loud” Saturday, March 14th
4 – 6pm – Free at the Brooklyn Public Library – Dweck Center 10 Grand Army Plaza Brooklyn
RSVP: BrownPaperTickets.com or 718.230.2200
Nancy Redman won Best Comedian Award United Solo 2014 for her one woman play “The Doctor Is Not In” directed by Austin Pendleton. She will be performing “The Doctor is Not In,” Sunday, March 15, 2015 at 7pm at Abingdon Theatre Company
Dorothy Strelsin Theatre, 312 W36th St. 1st Fl., NYC
Nancy recently performed “The Doctor Is Not In” at the United Solo Theatre Festival 2014 and received the award for “Best Comedian.”