Getting rained out three times in a row is a major disappointment for all of us. We’ll be back May 3.
But, just because we had to postpone doesn’t mean there’s not a lot to do. Oakland Art Murmur is hosting First Friday events, and there’s plenty going on in our neighborhood, including:
INTERRUPTION SHOW at the All-Out Comedy Theater
Standup comedian Dalia Malek (BBC Radio, Edinburgh Fringe Festival, SF Sketchfest) and rotating co-hosts interrupt stand-up comedians mid-performance to ask burning questions, dig into backstories, and find out what happened next. 2525 Telegraph, doors open at 8:30pm, show at 9:00pm, $7 online/$10 door.
BANDS AND BURLESQUE at the Stork Club
KONO’s beloved dive bar has lively dance pop e d m with Lindsay Everly (6-7 pm), Alt Punk Rock Cool with Razor Train (7-8pm), Melodic Metal Arena Styles with Anistazi (8-9pm), House DJ (9-10pm) and the Show Girls Big Floor Burlesque show at 10. $5 cover, 2330 Telegraph.
HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DEMONS at Classic Cars West Beer Garden
A solo exhibition by video artist Laneya Billingsley aka BILLYOCEAN. Performances on April 5 by:
Kevin and Sara (7-8pm), Morena and Violet (8-9pm), Austin and Isaiah (9-9:40pm). Classic Cars is a great space with (yes) classic cars and classic pinball too. 411 26th Street.
ACORN ELEMENTARY’S EPIC POETRY BOOK RELEASE & TEEN POETRY OPEN MIC at Chapter 510 and the Department of Make Believe
Come get your copy of our first book release of the season, a book of poems written by the entire student body at Acorn Woodland Elementary (in both English and Spanish). Hear and read poems about the sun, moon, earth, animals, and people of the earth from our young writers at 6pm. Then stay (or sign up) for our monthly Teen Open Mic from 7pm-9pm. 2301
MOVIES AND MORE at the New Parkway theater
Into the Spider-Verse, The Princess Bride, If Beale Street Could Talk, Alita: Battle Angel, Reservoir Dogs,The Formula presents The Resistance! and Free Karaoke in the Mezzanine. 474 24th Street.