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What's happening in Lubbock this weekend, Jan. 23-26

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I Could Do That | Open Comedy Night
Two Docs Brewing Company
502 Texas Avenue

Thursday, January 23rd

I Could Do That at Two Docs, the comedy show that encourages the audience to be the comics. Come out to Two Docs to watch some of Lubbock’s best comics and show us how funny you are!



Outpost Repertory Theatre
LHUCA | Firehouse Theatre
511 Avenue K

Preview, Thurs, Jan 23 2020 @ 8 pm
Fri – Sat, Jan 24 – 25 2020 @ 8 pm
Sun, Jan 26 2020 @ 2 pm
Thurs – Sat, Jan 30 – Feb 1 2020 @ 8 pm
Sun, Feb 2 2020 @ 2 pm

Tickets: $5 – 25, plus service fee. https://ortgrounded.bpt.me/

Outpost Rep is excited to present the thrilling one-woman performance GROUNDED by award-winning playwright George Brant!

Tough, funny, and charismatic, the Pilot is at the top of her game, flying for the US Air Force. When the unexpected happens, she is reassigned to remotely pilot fighter drones that bomb tactical targets in the Middle East. As she learns this new job, can she come to terms with the increasingly dehumanized and impersonal costs of modern warfare?

A powerful drama by George Brant (Elephant’s Graveyard), directed by Outpost Rep guest artist Patrick Pearson and starring company member Rachel Hirshorn!

Contains Adult Language and Situations. Recommended for Mature Audiences



7th Annual Robert Burns Supper and Celebration
The Robert Burns Society of West Texas
Office of International Affairs – Texas Tech University
International Cultural Center
601 Indiana Avenue

Saturday, January 25th
6 – 10pm

Tickets:  $50, www.selectaseatlubbock.com, 806.770.2000 or any select-a-seat outlet center.  *event is for ages 21 and over only*

A celebration highlighting Scottish heritage and the legacy of Scottish Poet Laureate, Robert Burns.  Traditional Scottish attire is encouraged for this event.

Doors open at 6:00pm and dinner begins at 6:30pm with “Piping in the Haggis” and “The Selkirk Grace.”

Activities include:  prime rib dinner with haggis, neeps n’ tatties, samples of Scotch whiskey, readings from the poems of Robert Burns, storytelling, and traditional Scottish music performances.  Entertainment by Ed Miller, Scooter Muse, and Jil Chambless.



Big Hits of Bon Jovi, Journey and Chicago
Cactus Theater
1812 Buddy Holly Avenue

Saturday, January 25th
7:30pm – 9:30pm
Floor & balcony-$20
Limited balcony box-$40 (box ticket includes concessions; present ticket in lobby when ordering)

Caldwell Entertainment presents the Big Hits of Bon Jovi, Journey and Chicago

The Caldwell Collective Band joined by singers Brandon Gwinn, Jeff McCreight, Jason Fellers, Sheena Fadeyi and Haley Simpson will take the stage to honor the big hits of these three legendary, trendsetting bands. If you’ve been to one of our tribute concerts before you already know the house will be rocking and if this is your first time, hang on to your hat. The power and sheer excitement of this music and cutting edge performances by our troop will keep you on your feet all night long!!



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