Tag Archives: The Space

This Week in New Haven (May 28 – June 3)

River City Extension

It’s a week rich in community, of the musical sort. On Monday, the blues community gathers, on Tuesday a grand folk/rock ensemble passes through town, on Friday a high-energy hip-hop musical theater show hits the Shubert and on Sunday the …

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This Week in New Haven (May 14-20)

Races at The Space Tonight

Yale calls it a year, and there are smart things to do and say in all corners of New Haven this week, from an opera by Cocteau & Poulenc to new ideas for how local farms can partner with health …

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This Week in New Haven (April 23-29)

Kogar & Rat Fink & Boo Boo

From the city’s defining rock formation to cutting-edge modern sculpture. From the historic Lovell Elementary School to modern dance at Yale. From a psycho-‘60s cinematic hoot to modern psychedelic jams. This week in New Haven is one for the ages.…

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This Week in New Haven (April 16-22)


What’s in a name? There’s a lot of good Will—Shakespeare, that is—plus a couple of Edwins (one a 19th century painter, the other a gospel singer), The Realistic Joneses and a lot of Art to meet and greet this week …

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This Week in New Haven (April 2 – 8)

St. Lawrence String Quartet. Photo by Marco Borggreve.

From Mozart to a mindreader, a string quartet to The Streams, Harry Potter rock bands to Shakespearean hip-hop. It’s a topsy-turvy week of wonderment in New Haven. …

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This Week in New Haven (March 12-18)

Bell, Book, and Candle at the Long Wharf Theatre

This week, New Haven offers a fantastic mix of old and new. Revisit a classic with Bell, Book and Candle at the Long Wharf Theatre (pictured above) or catch the debut run of Brothers Grimm and the Showgirl at the …

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Leap Day, Hopeful Laughs, and Uncensored Talkies

Footlight Parade, a pre-censorship film screening at Criterion Cinemas

Lots to do in New Haven this week! Here are some of our picks:

Monday, February 27
The Knights of Columbus extended the run of its Christmas Across Africa exhibit well past the Christmas season so that it could also …

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Macbeth 1969, Jazz, & Free Films

Macbeth 1969 at the Long Wharf Theatre

It’s a rare chance to see two reimaginings of a Shakespeare classic in a single week. …

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