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Club Café Holiday Hours

Monday, December 18 – CLOSED
Sunday, December 24 – CLOSED
Monday, December  25 – CLOSED
Sunday, December 31 – 11:00 AM TO 3:00 AM
Monday, January 1 – 11:00 AM to 2:00 AM

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New Years Eve 2018 – United In Love

Sunday December 31st and Monday January 1, 2018
Join us at Club Café to  ring in 2018!

NEW YEARS EVE DAY
BRUNCH – 11am – 3pm $17.50 – Boston’s Best Brunch Value

NEW YEARS EVE
DINNER WITH ENTERTAINMENT – special dinner offerings
6:30-9:30pm  – Tea with the Dame
10pm-1am – Brian Patton with Linda Cameron
TEA DANCE
6pm-10pm – no cover with DJ Begnbick & Susan Esthera
DANCE CELEBRATION
10pm-3am – $20 –  VIP members no cover

NEW YEARS DAY
BRUNCH WITH ENTERTAINMENT
11am-3pm – $19.50 – Boston’s Best Brunch Value
noon-3pm – Jan Peters and Tom LaMark
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Showstoppers – The cast of Man of La Mancha

Tuesday, December 19th, 7:30 show, 6:30 Doors
Club Cafe presents SHOWSTOPPERS – Theater Artists Giving Back. Local and Touring Musical Casts perform to raise money for their favorite charity. On December 19th the cast of THE MAN OF LA MANCHA in a benefit performance for Project Hope Boston.
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The Menopausal Mermaid!

January 11th through March 25th – $30
Select Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays at 8pm and select Sunday matinees at 1pm.
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A Drag Parody Reimagined! New Songs! New Set! New Dancers and Costumes!.
The show is a kaleidoscope of fantastic drag, sexy sailors, outrageous costumes, and all your favorite 80s disco tracks re imagined and served up hot. Grab your bestie, throw on something cute, and get ready to rock the house with Ariel and her boys in this must see theater event! Cabaret style table service for dinner and a show. 20% off food with your show ticket!
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Mother Mary Says to Me: A Cabaret

Saturday, January 20th at 8pm. Doors will open at 7:30pm – $25
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After selling out OBERON and making a splash in the New York cabaret circuit, MEAGAN MICHELSON returns to Boston with her hit show, Mother Mary Says to Me, a story about her clumsy quest toward finding the meaning of love and sexuality, translated through her mother Mary’s Bostonian, Irish Catholic sensibility. Like a delicate friggin’ lotus floating in a pool of Smirnoff, Mary has offered beauty where it’s least expected, and Meagan is here to belt about it. Hailed by audiences as “a future gay icon” and a “drag queen with a uterus,” Meagan takes the stage alongside the fabulous J. Kathleen Castellanos on piano. Musical styles range from the Beatles to Ethel Merman.  It’ll be wicked pissah.
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