Thursday, March 6, 2014



Well March has arrived but it has yet to bring that lovely Spring weather with it. While we wait for old man winter to give up for this year, here are handful of events for this month for you to check out. Mark your calendars because there are some really great things happening this month ... especially for anyone with a love of the Irish in their hearts.

What: Beer Wars Dinner – “5 course dinner, 10 beers, 1 winner”

When: 7 March at 7:30pm

Where: McCormick & Schmick’s at Faneuil Hall Marketplace

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What: A midsummer night’s dream – “In this Midsummer, it’s not just the lovers, foes and fairies who are spellbound. Trees, objects and tools all pulse and tingle with the possibility of existence in a future primitive world where, thanks to the magic of Handspring Puppet Company alongside a brilliant company of actors, all objects are granted the right to life.”

When: Daily from the 7th – 15th

Where: Cutler Majestic Theatre

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What: Dropkick Murphy’s Concert – “Come see Boston’s favorite Celtic punk rock band play their iconic favorites”

When: Evenings the 13th – 16th

Where: House of Blues

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What: Cinderella at the Opera House – “Magic comes to the Boston Opera House when the Boston Ballet presents this spectacular production of Cinderella. Sublime dancing, choreography and music bring to live this classic tale of beauty and love triumphing over evil and hatred.”

When: Evenings from the 13th – 23rd

Where: Boston Opera House

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What: Irish Heritage Trail Guided Walks – “The 90 minute walk led by an experienced tour guide takes you on 300 fascinating years of Boston’s unique Irish history and heritage.”

When: Afternoons from the 15th – 17th

Where: Boston Irish Tourism Association

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What: St. Patrick’s Day Celtic Sojourn – “For the past eight years, St. Patrick's Day Celtic Sojourn Concerts have introduced a wide range of new and familiar musicians alike to audiences eager to celebrate the holiday in true Irish style. “

When: Daily from the 16th – 17th

Where: Sanders Theatre

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What: Erin Go Beehive – “St. Patrick's Day at The Beehive means an evening of authentic entertainment including a live performance from Boston-based Katie McD, Irish-inspired drinks, à la carte food specials from Executive Chef Marc Orfaly and an evening that only The Beehive can create.”

When: 17 March at 5pm

Where: Beehive Restaurant

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What: St. Patrick’s Day Parade -- Don’t forget to wear green and bring your camera!

When: 17 March at 1pm

Where: From Broadway T station to Andrews Square

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What: Boston Irish Film Festival – “March is a month for all things Irish and this 4 day Boston Irish Film Festival will make you think you’re back in the Emerald Isle. Films focus on Ireland and Irish culture and what it means to be Irish in the 21st century”

When: 20th-23rd

Where: Somerville Theatre

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What: 2014 Boston Anime Convention – “Anime Boston is a three-day convention held annually in Boston, Massachusetts celebrating and promoting Japanese animation, comics, and pop-culture.”

When: Daily from the 21st – 23rd

Where: Hynes Convention Center

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What: Ridge Vineyards 5 Course Wine Dinner – “Hosted by renowned winemaker Eric Baugher, this exclusive experience will feature authentic Italian cuisine prepared by Strega Waterfront's Executive Chef Salvatore Firicano, paired with Baugher's hand-selected sips sourced directly from Ridge Winery.”

When: 26 March at 6:30pm

Where: Strega Waterfront

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What: Boston Underground Film Festival – “The BUF screens independent, provocative, and experimental films and videos that deliberately push the envelope in style, content and form”

When: Evenings the 26th – 30th

Where: Brattle Theatre in Harvard Sqare

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What: Free tour of Symphony Hall – “ Musicians and engineers consider Boston’s Symphony Hall to be the most acoustically perfect concert space in the United States. Join BSO volunteers on a behind the scenes tour and hear all about the hall as well as the history and traditions of the famed BSO’s musicians”

When: All throughout March. Reservation required in advance.

Where: Symphony Hall

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