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Thursday nights from 9:30 to close feature a rotating cast of DJs downstairs, spanning every genre imaginable and spinning every hit you never knew you needed in your life.
Folk and bluegrass multi-instrumentalist Old Time Dave Talmage joins us every Friday downstairs for lunch, salting the room with good time tunes, and a sad song peppered in here and there.
Juxtaposing vaudevillian gypsy punk mischief and psychedelic folk-rock madness with curious lyrical content and bizarre pop sensibilities, People Like You is charismatic, inspired, a bit haunting, kooky, and captivating.
Helming the 1st Annual Sagamore Club Tea Dance are hosts Agatha Crusty and DJ Skooch. For one very special day, we will transform our space to evoke the spirit of the Sagamore Club, a speakeasy gay social club that operated out of the second floor of what is now The Press Room from 1957 to 1975, and all are welcome to take part. Prepare to be transported.
If A Different Engine made a mix-tape for a party, it would likely include songs by Husker Du, Big Star, the Posies, The Clash, Teenage Fanclub, Sonic Youth, Pavement, Superchunk, Dinosaur Jr, Guided By Voices, the Hold Steady, Nada Surf, Beach Slang, Built to Spill, the Lemonheads, and your own favorite band. And it would be a phenomenal party.
Pride is about celebrating freedom of expression and love. So is dancing your ass off. DJ XO spins your favorite top 40, remixes, house, hip hop and more!
A proud Press Room tradition since 1982. Doesn't matter whether you spectate or participate- the more, the merrier as we pay tribute to a rich history of beloved songs from all over. Stomp your feet and sing along— you're in the band now.
Gretchen Klempa and Jeff O'Brien have curated a Sunday Night Jazz show that features swing-era vocal classics with a modern twist.
Shakespeare on Tap is a contemporary play reading series created to shine a light on playwrights inspired by The Bard.
With more than thirty thousand songs, a pro sound system, and the randiest host in the Seacoast—Agatha Crusty—karaoke at The Press Room promises you a few minutes of fame and hours of fun.