Apr 3, 2020
Three Dog Night
Apr 9, 2020
Apr 14, 2020
April 3, 2020
Every couple of weeks, Gareth Reynolds and Dave Anthony explore an historical titbit on their podcast The Dollop. They're not interested in history's grand sweeping narratives, rather those stories which you'll struggle to believe are true, featuring some of the greatest weirdos, charlatans and bad-asses that the world has ever seen. Catch them live as the take the Dollop around the country.
April 9, 2020
With a music career spanning 4 decades, Three Dog Night have certainly earned the right to be one of America's most iconic bands. With a vast back catalogue of smash hits like "Mama Told Me (Not To Come)", "Joy to the World", "Black and White", "Shambala" and "One" it would be easy for Three Dog Night to rest on this legacy, however, this band is not one for taking a break and are always looking for new ways to increase their audience.
April 14, 2020
At a time when humanity feel most at odds with the natural world, there are figures that remind us of the beauty and importance of our surroundings. One of these figures, join iconic primatologist, ethologist, anthropologist, and UN Messenger of Peace Jane Goodall as she talks about her extraordinary career and scientific discoveries.
What started as a small YouTube web series in 2013 snowballed into a national phenomenon when its first 90-second video amassed over four million views. Picked up by CraveTV and expanded into a full TV series a year later, Letterkenny stars Jared Keeso and Nathan Dales as Wayne and Daryl, two friends, chronicling their hilarious interactions with each other and the other inhabitants of their Canadian small-town community. Don't miss their hijinks on the brand new Letterkenny Live tour this Spring!
Do we really need to introduce Bob Saget? Something of a cult television icon now, Bob Saget starred on two of America's most family-friendly shows TV has ever seen, namely "Full House" and "America's Funniest Home Videos". But you may not have know that he's also been a foul-mouthed, razor-sharp stand-up comedian for around twenty years.
713 Congress Ave, Austin, TX 78701
Opening in 1915 as the Majestic Theatre, the Paramount converted to a movie palace in the 1920s. Holding a special place in movie history, the building has hosted the world premieres of many iconic films throughout the years, including 1966's Batman and Pleasantville. It continues cinema screenings to this day, alongside its packed schedule of stand-up shows and concerts.
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