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Arts and leisure fast picks for the week of Jan. 25 – Harmony Monitor


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South Asian Showcase

What: An intimate night of music and delicacies from the areas of Nepal, Bhutan, and India. Feast on genuine Nepali dinner ready by Ghana and Nirmala Sharma. Get pleasure from conventional Nepalese and Hindi dances carried out by native college students and songs by Shabin Subba. Hearken to People, Sacred, and Classical Music of Nepal, Bhutan, and India carried out by theHimalaya Heritage Performing Arts: Harimaya Adhikari and Prem Sagar Khatiwada.

When: Wednesday, Jan. 25 at 6 p.m.

The place: Financial institution of NH Stage, 16 S. Primary St., Harmony

Information: ccanh.com

Paul Hodes & The Blue Buddha Band

What: What do you get while you put collectively a Congressman, two mad scientists, and a jazz drummer? The Blue Buddha Band! Lead by guitar-slinging former Congressman Paul Hodes, The Blue Buddha Band quartet options Bassist Jon Gabay, Dean Rubine on keyboards and first name New England drummer, Ed Raczka.

When: Saturday, Jan. 28 at 8 p.m.

The place: Financial institution of NH Stage, 16 S. Primary St., Harmony

Information: ccanh.com

Queen Metropolis Improv

What: Manchester’s best improv troupe brings their act to the Capital Metropolis. Be a part of QCI as they carry out an evening of goofs, gaffes, and laughs by a by no means earlier than seen show-every nigh.! Improvisational theater is made up on the spot, which implies the video games are deliberate however the scenes tales aren’t.

When: Friday, Jan. 27 at 7:30 p.m.

The place: Hatbox Theatre, 270 Loudon Rd., Harmony

Information: Tickets are adults $22, college students/seniors/members $19, senior members $16. This occasion is BYOB/W. For extra info, go to hatboxnh.com



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