Hope you can join us!
Home Grown Festival: Fundraiser for the Beverly Public Library
Sat, May 22, 7 p.m.
American Legion Post, 3 Judson Street, Beverly
Join us for a fun evening of home grown entertainment and collaboration hosted by Sean Devlin to support the Beverly Public Library.
The Fish Flake Hill Cultural Center will serve up an evening of home grown entertainment, featuring a full production of Algiers, Kevin Carey’s 10 minute play. Algiers was featured at the New Hampshire Theater Project and the Firehouse Theater in Newburyport.
Tom Martin, Beverly’s top mailman, entertainer and old time radio guru, will be sampling old time radio shows, and he will show us some cool sound effects like galloping coconuts!
Leigh Calabrese will be playing the saw. Dan Stevens will be screening a selection of his short comedy films. Other performances will include stand-up comedy by Brett Johnson, a reading of Sean Devlin’s 10 minute play, poetry by January Gill O'Neil, The Gloucester Cowboys, and live music with Doug Baumoel.
Coffee, snacks, cash bar, a raffle and some strong language. Tickets are $7.00, available at the door. All proceeds will go toward purchasing new books for the library.
The Fish Flake Hill Cultural Center (aka Devlin’s Garage) has brought you the Trashfinder’s Ball, The Bookmobile Theater, The Fish Flake Hill Talent Show, and the downtown Halloween Parade.