Nightlife in Revere

"Dishing With the Divas: A Musical Comedy" at Citi Performing Arts Center on Friday, March 27 (Up to 35% Off)

"Dishing With The Divas: A Musical Comedy"

Citi Performing Arts Center

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Musical follows the final broadcast of two radio hosts and a raunchy sex therapist with hits from Aretha Franklin and Jennifer Lopez

$61.20 $39.75

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Emerging Trends Boston Fashion Week Runway Show on Saturday, October 11 (Up to 50% Off)

Emerging Trends: Boston Fashion Week Runway Show

Boston Center for the Arts

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Up-and-coming designers from the Philippines, Germany, Canada, London, Paris, and the United States showcase their unique looks

$80 $40

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Joy Behar at Wilbur Theatre on Saturday, October 18, at 7 p.m. (Up to 49% Off)

Joy Behar

Wilbur Theatre

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Co-host of The View and host of The Joy Behar Show unleashes bold and light-hearted standup comedy

$62.70 $32

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Boston Modern Orchestra Project's "Surround Sound" on Sunday, October 12 (Up to 50% Off)

Boston Modern Orchestra Project: "Surround Sound"

Jordan Hall at New England Conservatory

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Contemporary pieces from Ronald Bruce Smith and David Felder, and a world premiere from Anthony Paul De Ritis

$40 $20

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"Yo Gabba Gabba! Live! Music is Awesome!" Exclusive Presale at Orpheum Theatre on October 28 at 3 p.m. or 6 p.m.

Yo Gabba Gabba Live

Orpheum Theatre

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Colorful and hip kids' show celebrates the awesomeness of music with happy toy monsters and human friends DJ Lance Rock and Biz Markie

$19.50 $19.50

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The Fresh Beat Band at Blue Hills Bank Pavilion on August 28 at 6:30 p.m. (Up to 35% Off)

The Fresh Beat Band

Blue Hills Bank Pavilion

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Nick Jr. musical quartet take the stage for a summer concert

$51.85 $33.50

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Show at Medieval Manor Theatre Restaurant Through September 27 (Up to 51% Off)

Medieval Manor

Medieval Manor

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A King, a Minstrel, a Jester, an Oaf, and Wenches trade adult quips, sing songs, and interact with the dining audience

$43 $21

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Tango Lovers Company Show at Berklee Performance Center on Friday, October 17, at 7:30 p.m. (Up to 31% Off)

Tango Lovers Company Show

Berklee Performance Center

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A celebration of the world's cultural heritage showcases staccato footwork and spirited music

$49 $34

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Yanni at Blue Hills Bank Pavilion on August 24 at 7:30 p.m. (Up to 67% Off)

Yanni

Blue Hills Bank Pavilion

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Globally famous composer and pianist performs classic favorites and new album tracks

$75 $25

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Devoted exclusively to performing and recording new orchestral music, the Boston Modern Orchestra Project aims to rebuild the aural bridge between audiences and composers with passionate concert experiences. On January 27, BMOP showcases the works of five different composers, amassing a talented quintet of revered, modern-day soloists to mesmerize ears with incongruous sounds. The world premier of Eric Chasalow's horn concerto bares the brassy measures of French hornist Bruno Schneider, and Air: Concerto for Theremin uncannily mimics human voices with an electronic instrument that refuses to pause for breaths or answer text messages in between verses.

376 Washington St
Malden,
MA
US

With more than 25 years in the laugh racket and more than six decades of collective experience in the legislative branch, The Capitol Steps continue to tickle ribs with its potent brand of political lampoonery. The irreverent troupe, which has made appearances across national television and radio and created dozens of comedic albums, tackles the foibles of elected officials through skit and song, transmuting scandals and shortcomings into pure laughter, the commodity on which America's monetary system was originally based. Many of the performers are former Capitol Hill staffers, bringing to bear an intimate knowledge of political intrigue that can normally only be obtained by slaying a filibuster in single combat.

246 Tremont St.
Boston,
MA
US

South Boston Candlepin challenges bowlers to take aim at pintsize pins during rounds of a New England–born variation on the traditional lane-based game. On the alley’s hardwood lanes, bowlers roll 2.5-pound candlepin bowling balls that lack the holes and molten centers of their 10-pin counterparts. Developed in 1880 by a Massachusetts bowling-alley owner, candlepin bowling tasks participants with dispersing crowds of pins that are thinner than standard 10-pin targets and weigh just a little more than the balls that hunt them. While honing curves and picking up spares, bowlers compete in 10-frame games until someone usurps victory or starts cooing to the tiny balls like they're infants.

543 E Broadway
Boston,
MA
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The World's Fair of Money is a huge show sponsored by the American Numismatic Association devoted to the exhibition and history of currency. With more than 1,000 of the nation's most prominent coin dealers displaying their gargantuan inventory of coins, paper money, medals, tokens, and more, the World's Fair of Money is equal parts coin show and family-friendly activity. While kids are engaged in getting their world mint passport stamped at each international mint location along the fair's promenade (they'll receive a coin from each participating country, including Australia, China, France, and the Isle of Man), serious collectors can take in the educational seminars or the fair's museum-quality exhibits presented by the Smithsonian Institution, the ANA Edward C. Rochette Money Museum, and private collectors. Whether flying solo or traveling with the entire family in a tiny silver car or accelerated thimble, the World's Fair of Money offers a pleasing sight for every visiting numismatist.

900 Boylston St
Boston,
MA
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Cast in dim, incandescent light creeping out of the dining room’s decorative lanterns, Kasbah Restaurant's cushy seats surround tables filled with slow-simmered tagines, fluffy couscous, and tapas plates selected from a menu of Moroccan fare. The chicken tangiers’ apricot-kissed sherry sauce helps it maintain its status as the restaurant’s best seller, but the house specialty is the fried calamari, which arrives dotted with cherry peppers and doused in a secret sauce whose recipe is only known by the kitchen’s chef and the mayor of Casablanca. An expansive drink list showcases the eatery's carefully crafted martinis and homemade sangria, and weekly events invite belly dancers to shimmy to the sounds of a live Middle Eastern band.

59 Putnam St
Winthrop,
MA
US

Growing up across the street from the historical North End building where Villa Francesca now stands, Guglielmo Ranauro never guessed that he'd open a restaurant in 1976 and name it after his beloved mother. Ranauro was inspired by her traditional cooking and wanted to create a place where other people could get an authentic taste of Italy.

Today, Ranauro has handed over the family legacy to longtime manager and prot?g? Tomas Salmeron. Salmeron and his culinary team continue to follow those classic recipes, turning fresh-caught fruits of the sea into a daily seafood prix fixe menu. Furthermore, they transform chicken, lamb, steak, and veal into dishes you might find while strolling through a Tuscan piazza or steering a one-person submarine down a Venetian canal. The eatery?s extensive wine list, which includes 140 Italian and international varieties, earned a 2012 Award of Excellence from Wine Spectator. Even the ambiance points diners in the direction of Italy: tin ceilings and stained-glass accents add Old-World nostalgia, and the exposed-brick walls are anchored by Romanesque archways and paintings of bustling village scenes.

150 Richmond St
Boston,
MA
US

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