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35 free events take place on Thursday, February 10 in New York City. Don't miss the opportunities that only New York provides! Exciting, high quality, unique and off the beaten path free events and free things to do take place in New York today, tonight, tomorrow and each day of the year, any time of the day: whether it's a weekday or a weekend, day or night, morning or evening or afternoon, December or July, April or November! These events will take your breath away!

New York City (NYC) never ceases to amaze you with quantity and quality of its free culture and free entertainment. Check out February 10 and see for yourself. Summer or Winter, Spring or Fall! Just click on any day of the calendar above and you'll find most inspiring and entertaining free events to go to and free things to do on each day of February . Don't miss the opportunities that only New York provides!

Some events take place all year long: same day of the week, same time there are there for you to take advantage of. One of the oldest free weekly events in Manhattan is Dixieland Jazz with the Gotham Jazzmen, which happen at noon every Tuesday. Another example of an event that you can attend all year round on weekdays is Federal Reserve Bank Tour, which takes place every week day at 1 pm (but advanced reservations are required). You can take at least 13 free tours every day of the year, except the New Year Day, July 4th, and the Christmas Day. If you are classical music afficionado, you can spend whole day in New York going from one free classical concert to another. If you love theater, then New York gives you an option to attend plays and musicals free of charge, or at deep discount. You just need to have information about it. And we are here to make that information available to you.
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35 free things to do in New York City (NYC) on Thursday, February 10, 2022

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Lecture | Foreign Reporting on China from Within and Outside: An Indian Perspective (online)


The talk will look at the broader ways in which India and China interact across different fields and follow the lives of students over the course of the pandemic as they make sense of online education, strict border control and vaccine requirements. The talk will also touch upon information gathering and reporting in China, and the difficulties of looking in from outside. It will provide an understanding of the ecosystem in which Indian foreign reporting operates.
   New York City, NY; NYC
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Lectures, February 10, 2022, 02/10/2022, Foreign Reporting on China from Within and Outside: An Indian Perspective (online)

Tour | 13 Tours, All City Neighborhoods, Any Time Of The Day, Choose One Tour Or Many


These free tours take place at various times during the day, all day long. You can make reservations for as many tours as your schedule allows. SoHo, Little Italy and Chinatown Brooklyn Bridge, Brooklyn Heights + DUMBO 3 Hour Lower Manhattan Harlem Chelsea and the High Line 6 Hour Downtown Combined Greenwich Village Central Park Lower Manhattan Midtown Manhattan Grand Central Terminal Graffiti and Street Art Tours World Trade Center
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Tours, February 10, 2022, 02/10/2022, 13 Tours, All City Neighborhoods, Any Time Of The Day, Choose One Tour Or Many

Hike | Orange Trail Hike (virtual)


Educators Christopher Ricker and Angel Ehlers on a virtual hike along the Orange Trail through Reed’s Basket Willow Swamp Park in Staten Island. A small but vibrant part of the Greenbelt, this park holds historical significance, hidden ruins, and is home to many plant and animal species in its wetlands and woodlands.
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Hikes, February 10, 2022, 02/10/2022, Orange Trail Hike (virtual)

Discussion | Imaging War: Drones from the Ground (online)


Depictions of drone warfare in Western and American media diverge widely, sometimes diametrically, from the imagery used by artists to describe life under drone warfare, creating a stark duality of image experience. The medium and presentation of these images, whether analog or digital, capture and express the fractured perspectives on the subject. Featuring: -- Hajra Waheed, artist; -- Aziz Hazara, artist; -- Saks Afridi, Ali Rez, Assam Khalid, artists and collaborators
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Discussions, February 10, 2022, 02/10/2022, Imaging War: Drones from the Ground (online)

Discussion | Riots and Power: A Radical Examination through Art and Exhibitions (online)


Riots are where the dispossessed come together to tear everything apart. Berlin-based curator Natasha Ginwala’s recent exhibition, Riots: Slow Cancellation of the Future, chronicles an international history of uprisings, which is elaborated in her co-edited book Nights of the Dispossessed: Riots Unbound. A contributor to both the exhibition and the book, artist Natascha Sadr Haghighian has turned the German Pavilion in the Venice Biennale into a transit camp for asylum seekers and traced the history and application of police militarization and racial profiling tactics. The two speak about racial violence and the deepening crises of capitalism in an “age of riots.”
   New York City, NY; NYC
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Discussions, February 10, 2022, 02/10/2022, Riots and Power: A Radical Examination through Art and Exhibitions (online)

Concert | Pop-Up Lunch Time Concert


Ice Theatre of New York (ITNY) presents pop-up lunch time concerts. While program for specific dates to be decided, potential repertory works to be performed include; Arctic Memory, by award-winning dancer/choreographer Jody Sperling which is an environmentally conscious creation. Arctic Memory had its genesis in a 43-day polar science mission north of the Arctic Circle in which Ms. Sperling was the first, and to date only choreographer-in-residence aboard a US Coast Guard icebreaker. Imagine by Kate Mangiardi in which she is in a demonstration of fancy figures into graceful edge movements to the music of "Imagine" composed by John Lennon and Yoko Ono and recorded by Eva Cassidy. When Atoms Embrace is an acclaimed solo choreographed and costumed by original John Curry Theatre of Skating member, Lorna Brown. Ms. Brown is an artist with a deep interest and knowledge in science. The piece is set to Music by Arvo Part's "Spiegel im Spiegel" and was inspired by a poem Ms. Brown wrote herself. ITNY performers include Olympian Kaitlyn Weaver, ITNY Ensemble members Armen Agaian, Danil Berdnikov, Sarah France, Valerie Levine, Liz Schmidt, and young ice dance apprentices Oona and Gage Brown.
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Concerts, February 10, 2022, 02/10/2022, Pop-Up Lunch Time Concert

Discussion | Artists in Conversation: The African Diaspora (online)


Romuald Hazoumè and Manuel Mathieu will be in conversation about the ongoing exploration of identity, tradition, ancestry, and sociopolitical considerations in their practices. Both artists are from the African diaspora: Hazoumè was born in Benin, where he currently lives and works, and Mathieu was born in Haiti and is now based in Montreal. The pair will reflect on how their complicated personal histories and significant ancestral visual cultures remain central in their art. The conversation will be conducted in French and streamed online with English subtitles.
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Discussions, February 10, 2022, 02/10/2022, Artists in Conversation: The African Diaspora (online)

Concert | Early Music Band Performs


Małgorzata Ziemnicka, violin; Vita Wallace, violin; Lawrence Lipnik, tenor viol; Rosamund Morley, tenor viol; John Mark Rozendaal, bass viol; Patricia Ann Neely, bass viol. Abendmusik, New York’s Early Music String Band, showcases the rarely-performed repertoire of the late 16th and 17th centuries composed for string consort. The Band explores music from both western and eastern Europe (Italy, the Hapsburg Empire of Austria and Spain, Kroměřiž in Moravia, Poland, Holland, England, Denmark and France) on period instruments. At this event they will feature works by William White.
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Concerts, February 10, 2022, 02/10/2022, Early Music Band Performs

Discussion | Graffiti and the Art World (online)


A virtual panel discussion between Christopher “Daze” Ellis and Pat Phillips in conjunction with Ellis’ solo exhibition, Give It All You Got, and Phillips’ recent Consumer Reports at Jeffrey Deitch. Moderated by curator and scholar Rich Blint, who wrote the catalogue essay for Ellis’ exhibition, the conversation will explore both artists’ personal approach to painting, their relationship to graffiti, as well as graffiti’s impact on New York City and the art world.
   New York City, NY; NYC
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Discussions, February 10, 2022, 02/10/2022, Graffiti and the Art World (online)

Book Discussion | Eva and Eve: A Search for My Mother’s Lost Childhood and What a War Left Behind (Online)


Go behind the stories and peer into the archives at the CJH book discussion, led by Lauren Gilbert, Senior Manager for Public Services at the Center for Jewish History. Join a discussion of Eva and Eve: A Search for My Mother’s Lost Childhood and What a War Left Behind, a memoirby Julie Metz. After her mother passed, Julie discovered a keepsake book filled with farewell notes from friends and relatives addressed to a ten-year-old girl named Eva. This long-hidden memento was the first clue to the secret pain that Julie’s mother had carried as a refugee and immigrant from Nazi-occupied Vienna. Some of the family’s documents in the collections of the Leo Baeck Institute at the Center for Jewish History will be examined, and the author along with archivist Michael Simonson will join for a Q&A after the discussion. Participants will need to obtain their own copy of the book to read in advance. This is an interactive book discussion for all participants, not a lecture, so space is limited.
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Book Discussions, February 10, 2022, 02/10/2022, Eva and Eve: A Search for My Mother&rsquo;s Lost Childhood and What a War Left Behind (Online)

Museums | European Fine Art: Vermeer, Rembrandt and More


This museum of fine art was open to the public in 1935. Its permanent collection features masterpieces by major European artists from the Renaissance to the early 20th century. Exhibitions also include sculptures, furniture, porcelain items, textiles and more. Covid protocol applies. Children under 10 are not admitted.
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Museumss, February 10, 2022, 02/10/2022, European Fine Art: Vermeer, Rembrandt and More

Opening Reception | Sequence 8: one work, one or two weeks: New Paintings


Painting as a primitive form of cultural technology is abundant with all too exploited analogies for the body and its viscera. Often, invoking such a metaphor, contemporary painting is alluded to through anthropomorphic terms such as zombie or cadaver, which may adequately describe the suspension of the medium, situating it between autopsy and undead animism.   Alex Carver mutates these exquisite corpses again with low relief outlines that are frottaged to canvas with oil paint. The bodies appear in the painterly vortex of No Altars as if fused into the techno-futuristic architectural space of a large CT scanner circular casing. The painting itself becomes a kind of vision machine – not unlike a biomedical tool – a device to penetrate the abstracted bodies suspended in its woven membrane.   
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Opening Receptions, February 10, 2022, 02/10/2022, Sequence 8: one work, one or two weeks: New Paintings

Talk | A Discussion On Animals of New York (Online)


Join featured artist Annie Shaver-Crandell for a discussion on her recent show, Animals, Real and Imagined, with an emphasis on animals of New York. There will be an art talk with images from the show, followed by a Q & A with the artist. Animals, Real and Imagined will be on view at the New Amsterdam branch of the New York Public Library from January 11 to March 1, 2022. This art talk will take place over Google Meet, a link will be provided.
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Talks, February 10, 2022, 02/10/2022, A Discussion On  Animals of New York (Online)

Opening Reception | 2 New Exhibitions: Trees in Me / What you wonder about is what you know- as well as the other way around.


Areum Yang's Trees in Me - Deftly rendered with a mixture of raw and painterly gestures, Yang's vivid, introspective portraits exist within anthropomorphic landscapes or surreal interiors. Tom Thayer's What you wonder about is what you know- as well as the other way around. presents new mixed media works and video animation. Spinning narrative through a multi-disciplinary approach, Thayer makes wall-based assemblages which frequently become the props in his animations or his live action performances.
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Opening Receptions, February 10, 2022, 02/10/2022, 2 New Exhibitions: Trees in Me / What you wonder about is what you know- as well as the other way around.

Opening Reception | Ad Reinhardt: Color Out of Darkness


A presentation of paintings by Ad Reinhardt illuminated by a lighting concept conceived by James Turrell will examine the ways that both artists explore the decentralization of the object in their practices. This show that beckons viewers into the depths of Reinhardt’s abstractions.
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Opening Receptions, February 10, 2022, 02/10/2022, Ad Reinhardt: Color Out of Darkness

Opening Reception | Bertolt Brecht's Paper War: Exile in  in America 1941-1947


Between 1941 and 1947, writer Bertolt Brecht lived in exile in the United States. As a European refugee during World War II and, despite his fame and reputation as a playwright, an outsider in Hollywood and Broadway, this period in Brecht's life was characterized by astonishment and alienation. How do you make sense of a strange country during an ever-changing era? Brecht turned to newspapers and other American media to make sense of American culture and his world of exile. In his projects "War Primer" and "Journal," he wrote about the political climate, literature, and theater, borrowing articles, photos, and headlines to create montages in his writing and reflection. Eighty years after his exile in the U.S. began, Bertolt Brecht's Paper War looks through Brecht's glasses with contemporary eyes, reflecting on his views of the American way of life during the time of Roosevelt, Truman, and McCarthy, combining Brecht's writing and the newspaper clippings he used for inspiration. By combining these elements in an exhibition, curator Grischa Meyer pays homage to Brecht's montage format, expanding and renewing the aesthetic point of view while adding contemporary context and understanding to the works.
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Opening Receptions, February 10, 2022, 02/10/2022, Bertolt Brecht's Paper War: Exile in&nbsp; in America 1941-1947

Opening Reception | In Its Daybreak, Rising: Complex Psychological Landscapes


An exhibition of new works by Sarah Cunningham (b. 1993, UK). Cunningham’s works depict complex psychological landscapes drawn from nature, vision and dreams. The artist frequently paints through the night until sunrise, a habit that engenders her use of deep, saturating pigments like Prussian blue and viridian green that evoke the duskiness of evening’s onset. Gestural strokes of crimsons and yellows frequently illuminate the compositions, mimicking the crepuscular light of dawn and casting into sharper relief the topography of the painted canvases.
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Opening Receptions, February 10, 2022, 02/10/2022, In Its Daybreak, Rising: Complex Psychological Landscapes

Gallery Talk | Particular Matter(s): Exhibition Walkthrough (online)


Artist Tomás Saraceno hosts a presentation of the exhibition live from The Shed’s galleries. The exhibition’s curator, Emma Enderby, and The Shed’s senior program advisor, Hans Ulrich Obrist, will accompany the artist to discuss the artworks, themes, and contexts—from arachnophilia to environmental justice and the preservation of the planet’s air.
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Gallery Talks, February 10, 2022, 02/10/2022, Particular Matter(s): Exhibition Walkthrough (online)

Author Reading | The World in a Grain of Sand: Postcolonial Literature and Radical Universalism (online)


Nivedita Majumdar's new book offers a framework for reading literature from the global South that goes against the grain of dominant theories in cultural studies, especially postcolonial theory. It critiques the valorization of the local in cultural theories typically accompanied by a rejection of universal categories, viewed as Eurocentric projections.
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Discussion | Algorithms and Warfare (online)


Militaries around the globe are investing heavily in artificial intelligence and related technologies to automate the conduct of war, heralding a new age of drone warfare that further removes the human decision maker from the effects of their actions.  Tracking these developments into the future, this discussion will explore the contested ethical implications of algorithmic warfighting, and what it means for peace, security, and the fundamental right to life. Featuring: -- Lucy Suchman, Professor Emerita, Anthropology of Science and Technology, Lancaster University, UK -- Erik Lin-Greenberg, Assistant Professor, Political Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology -- Moderated by Arthur Holland Michel, writer and researcher
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Discussions, February 10, 2022, 02/10/2022, Algorithms and Warfare (online)

Discussion | How to Be the Change You Want to See in the World (online)


Entrepreneur and journalist Polly Irungu has built her career and her business around community. In this live conversation she’ll share her journey founding Black Women Photographers, a community of 800+ creatives.
   New York City, NY; NYC
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Discussions, February 10, 2022, 02/10/2022, How to Be the Change You Want to See in the World (online)

Poetry Reading | Poetry Forum (online)


A reading with John Keene,  author, co-author, and translator of a handful of books, including the award-winning fiction collection Counternarratives and the poetry collection Punks. A 2018 MacArthur Fellow, he is Distinguished Professor of English and African American Studies, which he chairs, and also teaches in the MFA in Creative Writing Program at Rutgers University-Newark.
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Discussion | Women in Engineering and the STEM Workforce (online)


Pulitzer Prize-Winner Natalie Angier will sit down with Columbia University Provost Mary Boyce for what will be a lively conversation about Provost Boyce’s research and her professional journey, women in engineering, and the importance of diversifying the STEM workforce.
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Performance | Kinstillatory Mappings in Light and Dark Matter: Music, Dance, Poetry


A monthly ceremonial fire centering Indigenous protocol and knowledge, with guest artists and activists engaging through music, dance, poetry, and more.
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Talk | Buddhist Art In and Out of Time (online)


This talk focuses on time as a critical dimension of Buddhist thought, practice, and devotee engagement with Buddhist icons and spaces. Beginning with selected objects from the exhibition What is the Use of Buddhist Art? and incorporating reflections on Buddhist sites in China, the talk will address how Buddhist icons and sites invite and express a broad range of temporal experiences and temporalities. Speaker Michelle C. Wang is Associate Professor in the Department of Art and Art History at Georgetown University.
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Discussion | SundanceTV’s State of the Union: Advance Screening and Conversation with Stars Brendan Gleeson and Patricia Clarkson (online)


The stars of SundanceTV’s short-form series — Brendan Gleeson, Patricia Clarkson, and Esco Jouléy — have a conversation with Caryn James about the new second season of the acclaimed anthology series. Written by novelist and screenwriter Nick Hornby and directed by Stephen Frears, State of the Union is a hilarious, humane, and refreshingly frank exploration of marriage, sex, and aging, anchored by a stellar cast. Hear Gleeson, Clarkson, and Jouléy discuss the making of the second season, how they developed their impeccable onscreen chemistry, stories from behind the scenes, and more.
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Discussions, February 10, 2022, 02/10/2022, SundanceTV&rsquo;s State of the Union: Advance Screening and Conversation with Stars Brendan Gleeson and Patricia Clarkson (online)

Book Discussion | 2 New Novels: How High We Go in the Dark / Lesser Known Monsters of the Twentieth Century


Celebrate two highly anticipated February releases: Sequoia Nagamatsu’s How High We Go in the Dark and Kim Fu’s Lesser Known Monsters of the Twentieth Century. Nagamatsu and Fu will join the Asian American Writers’ Workshop to discuss the ways their work blurs the boundary between the real and the fantastic to uncover new ways of understanding modern life. Writer, editor, and 2022 Margins Fellow Katie Yee will moderate this conversation.
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Book Discussions, February 10, 2022, 02/10/2022, 2 New Novels: How High We Go in the Dark / Lesser Known Monsters of the Twentieth Century

Author Reading | Anonymous Sex: Erotica Anthology (online)


A shocking new anthology of erotic, intimate, and arousing stories—with a twist. The authors are listed in alphabetical order at the beginning of the book, but no stories are attributed. Here, PEN and Edgar awardees, National Book Award winners, and Pulitzer Prize finalists share their steamiest stories of sexual desire, unfiltered. Editors Hillary Jordan and Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan in conversation with S.J. Rozan, Tony Eprile, Jeet Thayil, and Julia Glass, unpack the sensual mystery of this stunning new collection.
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Author Reading | The Promise: Winner of the 2021 Booker Prize Winner (online)


A virtual event with the 2021 Booker Prize winner Damon Galgut for a discussion of his award-winning book The Promise. It's a modern family saga that could only have come from South Africa. Haunted by an unmet promise, the Swart family loses touch after the death of their matriarch. Adrift, the lives of the three siblings move separately through the uncharted waters of South Africa; Anton, the golden boy who bitterly resents his life’s unfulfilled potential; Astrid, whose beauty is her power; and the youngest, Amor, whose life is shaped by a nebulous feeling of guilt.  
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Author Readings, February 10, 2022, 02/10/2022, The Promise: Winner of the 2021 Booker Prize Winner (online)

Discussion | American Poetry Movements: Confessionalism and the Lyric (online)


A conversation between Kamran Javadizadeh and Sharon Olds, moderated by Claudia Rankine. Audience Q&A to follow.
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Discussions, February 10, 2022, 02/10/2022, American Poetry Movements: Confessionalism and the Lyric (online)

Discussion | Behind the Scenes at Ballet Hispanico (online)


Ballet Hispánico, one of America’s cultural treasures and the largest Latinx dance organization in the country, resumes its Diálogos conversations with an exciting opportunity to meet the company dancers. Get an exclusive behind-the-scenes look into the lives of Ballet Hispánico Company Dancers as they discuss life on tour and the exciting upcoming world premiere of “Doña Perón”. The new piece is the company’s first ever commissioned evening-length ballet.
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Discussions, February 10, 2022, 02/10/2022, Behind the Scenes at Ballet Hispanico (online)

Performance | Kevin James Doyle V. The City of New York: Comedy (in-person and online)


Comedian and storyteller Kevin James Doyle's first show The 30 Year Old Virgin was called "A slick wry comedy special filled with tragicomic intricacies" by The Guardian. His follow up show Loud Blond Bald Kid won Best Solo Comedy at the Frigid Festival. In his newest hour of comedy he is navigating the unforgiving streets of New York City. It is hard enough before you add in the careless landlords, stolen property, scam artists and the ever present empty bank account. Doyle weaves together a funny tale of his unique experience living in New York that is not far off from what every New Yorker has gone through. Full vaccination, valid ID and masks required.
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Author Reading | Last Resort: A Novel of Fame and Consequences (online)


In Andrew Lipstein novel. Caleb Horowitz is twenty-seven, and his wildest dreams are about to come true. His manuscript has caught the attention of the literary agent, who offers him fame, fortune, and a taste of the literary life. He can’t wait for his book to be shopped around to every editor in New York, except one: Avi Dietsch, a college rival and the novel’s “inspiration.”
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Author Readings, February 10, 2022, 02/10/2022, Last Resort: A Novel of Fame and Consequences (online)

Comedy Club | Bomb Shelter Comedy Show


Bomb Shelter is a free weekly comedy show in New York City where you’ll find some of the best comedians performing. Expect free pizza. Lineup: Luke Mones - Comedy Central George Gordon - Your Good Friend Comedy Album Chris Griggs - The Baldwin's at The Pit Lana Siebel - Tiny Cupboard Show
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