Want to know what to do when you’re Out and About? Read on for all the fun, cheap, and exciting events happening for the week around Boston or right here on campus!
November 18th: Macbeth
The Northeastern Shakespeare Society will be putting on the Shakespeare classic, Macbeth, at 7:30pm in the Ryder Theatre Lab! Tickets are free and can be found here.
November 19th: NU Concert Band This Cruel Moon
Support the Northeastern Concert Band this Sunday by heading to the Fenway Center at 7:00 pm to see their show! The band will be performing several classic pieces, on top of the world premiere performance of “Dream” by Northeastern Student Composer Cole DiNome. Entry is free for Northeastern students!
November 20th: CUP Presents Sasheer Zamata
Head to the Curry Ballroom to see SNL comedian Sasheer Zamata perform her stand-up routine that comments on race, feminism, and how American politics impact black women! Tickets are free for Northeastern students and can be found on myNEU.
November 21st: The Color Purple Opening Night
The critically acclaimed musical, The Color Purple, is coming from broadway to Boston! The show’s opening night performance will begin at 7:30pm. For information about discounted student tickets, click here.
November 22nd: Trident Cafe Book Swap
Need something new to read over break? Head to Trident Booksellers and Cafe on Newbury Street at 7pm for a book swap! Bring no more than 5 books in good condition to swap with other attendees. While you wait to swap, have some food and refreshments and enjoy some book themed activities!
November 23rd: Thanksgiving
Thanksgiving has finally arrived! For our huskies going home to celebrate, have a safe trip and enjoy your time with your families. For our huskies staying on campus, enjoy your time off and celebrate Thanksgiving with your friends!
November 24th: Boston Winter
The amazing open-air holiday festival, Boston Winter, is returning to City Hall Plaza for it’s second year! Starting on November 24th, Boston Winter will be open 7 days a week until February. The festival features a Holiday Market with over 80 different local and international vendors and is totally free to the public!