The Northtowns have everything from historic landmarks and street art masterpieces for a perfect social distancing itinerary.
Unfortunately due to COVID-19, the on-stage version of QUICKIES was cancelled this year.
Whether it’ll look like spring or not, we have a full bloom of culture events springing up this month of March.
With another winter rolling along, February is here to spread love and warmth through its uplifting seasonal soirees. The heart of St. Valentine is canvased all over these occasions.
What better way to kickstart the New Year than through everything from book launches, to art gallery openings, to Shakespearean concertos.
Cozy up and head downtown, Buffalo is made for romantic wintertime lovers.
Looking for a classy night out on the town for some live entertainment? Buffalo has a highly developed theatre scene that has carved its way into the history of the region.
A comedy with dramatic undertones opens October 10 at Shea’s 710 Theatre.
There’s a Tony award-winning musical coming to town.
Shea’s 710 and MusicalFare Theatre are welcoming a rockin’ Tony® award-winning musical to the stage next month.
Almost, Maine is the perfect play to warm your heart in the middle of winter – a sentiment we really relate to.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, and that most certainly means the holiday theatre season is upon us.
The Nutcracker is a classic this time of year, and for the tenth year in a row you can see it at one of our favorite spots in the city.
When five local theatres get together, you know it’s about to be good.
Western New York Theatre lovers this one’s for you! Shea’s 710 Theatre is the newest addition to the Shea’s family…
IMO October is very possibly the best month of the year for several reasons, but on this list we’re narrowing it down to one category – arts and culture events.
A controversial and rebellious show serving as an expression of hope and determination for a new, progressive, and liberated generation.
‘A Christmas Carol’ meets ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’ in this musical about Buffalo’s history and Christmases past.
Now that the theatre season is in full swing, the first set of reviews have hit the circuit, and folks have returned for good from their summer vacation spots, it’s time to plan out the next few month’s theatrical getaways.
Part festival, part art gallery, part performance recital and part rave – City of Night is unlike any other event in Buffalo.
Open air concerts, patio seating, group bike rides… in case you haven’t noticed, it’s summer in Buffalo, and with it comes Shakespeare in Delaware Park!