We at PortsmouthNH.com grant you permission to set aside your digital devices this weekend and enjoy some screen-free entertainment and activities. Here are some of the top options.
It’s midsummer, and outdoor art, outdoor music, outdoor storytelling, and outdoor theater are all on the itinerary this weekend. Learn about some of the highlights here.
Rock opera, disc golf, and clay beasties are among the spoils of summer on the Seacoast. Check out some of this weekend’s highlights below. Jesus...
“The Adventures of Oliver Z. Wanderkook,” on stage now at West End Studio Theatre in Portsmouth, takes guests on a journey through all realms of art.
It will be a silent couple of nights this weekend for Christmas, so we’re shifting our weekly top-five list to the days in between Christmas and New Year’s Eve, when many lucky locals are on holiday break and looking for things to do.
For the next three weeks, Seacoast entertainment will be dominated by the holidays. Don’t fight it; just pour some rum in your eggnog and ease into the festive spirit. Here are some ways to enjoy the season.
Events coming up around the Seacoast this weekend include theater, storytelling, live music, a food discussion, and more. Check out some of the highlights.
Seven Stages Shakespeare Company co-founder Dan Beaulieu is preparing to bring a very personal play to the Millspace in Newmarket, one that both terrifies and inspires him.
The weekend weather forecast looks pretty dreary, but the entertainment forecast is bright and cheery, filled with music, art, and comedy. Check out some of the highlights, including the Black New England Conference.
Bitter Pill, coming soon to The Players' Ring, brings the songs of Billy Butler to life with music, cirque, burlesque, puppetry, and more. We talked to the mad men behind the show.
Patrick Dorow Productions brings the Kit Kat Klub to Kittery with Cabaret, a fun and racy musical set in 1930s Berlin. It's on stage now at Star Theatre in the Kittery Community Center.
A motorcycle show, a punk-rock show, a cabaret show. Artwork and apples. These are among the diverse options for entertainment coming up this weekend. Prepare your itinerary now.
The New Hampshire Theatre Company (NHTP) has been putting on shows at West End Studio Theatre (WEST) since 1984. But only as of July 1...
The first weekend of fall brings options for live music, theater, food, and more to the Seacoast. Here's our weekly roundup of entertainment highlights coming to a venue near you.
It’s going to be a big weekend on the Seacoast. Among the highlights are a film festival, a music and art fest, an exhibition with 60-plus artists, a new show at the Rep, and a 10-year anniversary shindig for Portsmouth Public Library.
As usual, the Seacoast boasts numerous options for live music, theater, visual arts, food, and more this weekend. Here are a few of the highlights.
Labor Day Weekend is expected to bring a record number of visitors to New Hampshire. But there are enough cool events happening for everyone to have a good time. Here are some of the most notable upcoming happenings.
It’s the last weekend of August, and as usual, there are plenty of music, theater, and art events coming up around the Seacoast. Here’s a handful of the highlights taking place between now and Sunday.
The Rochester Performance & Arts Center will house a live performance space, art gallery, recording studios, classrooms, rehearsal space, and more, all in the heart of downtown Rochester.
There are so many events and things to do on the Seacoast that sometimes it helps to have your options filtered down a bit. Here are some of the most notable events coming up this weekend and over the next week.
Act One's Summer Festival kicks off with a production of Norm Foster's Kiss the Moon, Kiss the Sun at West End Studio Theatre in Portsmouth. The show offers the triple threat of a great script, director, and cast.
The Other Two Men, now on stage at The Players' Ring, features a pair of clones on a colonized Milky Way galaxy 800 years in the future — a true treat for fans of the sci-fi genre.
Talking to David Liebe Hart, it’s hard to differentiate between reality and delusion. During a nearly hour-and-a-half phone conversation, Hart shifted sporadically between a number...
The mean, green star of the 1980s cult film hits the stage in Rochester.
It's official: April 23 is Shakespeare Day in Portsmouth. City councilor Christine Dwyer made the proclamation on behalf of Mayor Jack Blalock in Market Square today.