Saturday February 28th, 3:00pm afternoon show • $18.00 - $28.00 • BUY TICKETS HERE
We're thrilled to have our friends back for the third year in a row, for a performance that promises an exceptional choral blend of solemnity and joyous energy. Combining traditional with contemporary gospel music, this Boston-based choir was founded in 1985 and performs all over the US, including with Josh Groban and many other vocal artists. Director Murphy has sung with such gospel greats as Shirley Caesar, Al Green, J.J. Hairston and Youthful Praise, and country singer Charlie Daniels.
Friday March 6th, 7pm • $10.00 • BUY TICKETS HERE
William S. Burroughs (February 5, 1914 - August 2, 1997) was an American author and visual artist, most well known for his literary works including Naked Lunch. Re-mastered and recently re-released, Burroughs: The Movie (1983) explores the life and times of controversial Naked Lunch author William S. Burroughs, with an intimacy never before seen and never repeated. The film charts the development of Burroughs’ unique literary style and his wildly unconventional life, including his travels from the American Midwest to North Africa and several personal tragedies. Burroughs: The Movie is the first and only feature length documentary to be made with and about Burroughs. READ MORE HERE
Saturday March 7th, 7:30pm• $28.00 - $35.00 • BUY TICKETS HERE
Grammy-winning Charles Neville (saxophone) & critically acclaimed Youssoupha Sidibe (Kora), two stunning talents with chemistry to burn, join forces to create a new kind of high energy music like nothing before. Their performance encompasses the diaspora of West African music and culture, bringing together the sounds of blues, jazz, Caribbean music, and African music with a strong reggae sound. Wellfleet Preservation Hall is honored and thrilled to welcome Youssou and Charles back to the Hall after their sold out show last year. Don't miss this very special performance! READ MORE HERE
Sunday March 8th, 1pm matinee show • $10.00 • BUY TICKETS HERE
For the third year in a row, the Manhattan Shorts Film Festival team has selected one narrative feature length film out of hundreds of submissions to screen in venues across the globe for one week. The Project's aim is to help a film move from the film festival circuit into neighborhood cinemas with a nation-wide test screening, where audience vote on the quality of the film. We are pleased to present the 2015 Manhattan Short Feature Film Project winner, Patrick's Day. Directed by Terry McMahon, Ireland. Running time: 1 hour 40 minutes. Synopsis: When a young man with mental health issues becomes intimate with a suicidal flight attendant his obsessive mother enlists a dysfunctional cop to separate them. A provocative and heart-breaking love story about the right to intimacy for everyone. Patrick's Day proves, when it comes to love we're all a little crazy. READ MORE HERE
Wednesday March 11th, 5 - 7pm • FREE & OPEN TO ALL
Pub Nights are back by popular demand, and Prez Hall is excited to host our very first one! Meet the staff of WCAI and mingle with other enthusiastic public radio listeners all across the Cape, Islands, and Coast. WCAI is anxious to meet you and hear what you have to say, so please make a night of it. We'll have our cash bar open and will be serving complimentary hors d'ouvres generously provided by one our favorite local restuarants. Optional activities and general merriment make these Pub Nights something special. Visit http://capeandislands.org/wcai-events for more info.
Thursday March 12th, 6pm • $15.00 • BUY TICKETS HERE
The 3rd season of Food on Film celebrates and savors the passions of the kitchen, mirrored in the dreams and desires of strong-willed women in their search for authenticity in taste and in truth. Each has a different recipe for transforming their lives, as we discover what it means to nourish, to feast, and to be hungry. Haute Cuisine (Les saveurs du Palais), 2012 directed by Christian Vincent. Based on the story of Danièle Delpeuch who served as the private chef for François Mitterand. Life in the Palais de l’Elysées is no Cinderella experience for Hortense Laborie, (Catherine Frot) a chef who labors, amidst chauvinist jealousies to produce an authentic regional cuisine in the private kitchen of the French President. A savory tale of pluck and persistence, in more ways than one.
Saturday March 14th, 7:30pm • $10.00 • BUY TICKETS HERE
Prez Hall & WOMR are thrilled to present the first installment of Live & Wired, our exciting new film series showcasing some of the best movies ever made about rock 'n roll. Don't miss our kickoff screening of the groundbreaking 1984 film STOP MAKING SENSE, featuring seminal art-rock band Talking Heads. Recently re-mastered and re-released, this film is candy for both the eyes and ears, and an innovative, perfectly executed work of art. Enjoy this landmark concert film on the big screen with great sound, in the cozy atmosphere of our lower Hall. We'll have chairs for your comfort, floor space for dancing, and a full cash bar!
Thursday March 19th, 6:30pm • $70.00/$100 with wine pairing • BUY TICKETS HERE
CERALDI is popping up at the Hall for an evening of spectacular food. As he does in the restaurant, Chef Michael Ceraldi will offer a 7-course menu based on the days freshest local ingredients. CERALDI aspires to tell a story through food that pays homage to what they value—love, family, food, friendship and nature. With deep roots in food, family, and tradition Ceraldi brings this interpretation of the time and place to plate.The menu has yet to be determined but rest assured it will be fresh, local, prepared with love and undoubtedly delicious. Chef Ceraldi can cater to diners with allergies or specific dietary preferences Please specify when you make your reservation. READ MORE HERE