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  • Mary Fahl To Headline Season Finalé Of Flagpole Radio Cafe

    RIDGEFIELD — Flagpole Radio Café will conclude its sixth season with the celebrated vocalist Mary Fahl serving as the event’s headliner.

    The performance, originally to be May 17 at Edmond Town Hall Theatre, will instead by Saturday, May 31, at The Ridgefield Playhouse. Showtime is 7 pm.

    Tickets are $25 adults, $20 senior citizens and students and on sale at www.flagpoleproductions.org.

  • Guest Mark Barden Played Flagpole Radio Café

    The spotlight found him center stage, where he quietly settled in behind the microphone. Guest performer Mark Barden, a Newtown resident and accomplished career musician, used few words, and let his guitars do the talking Saturday, March 22, at the Flagpole Radio Café, a local production now in its sixth season.

  • Sandy Hook Resident Is Guest Artist For Next Flagpole Radio Café

    The Flagpole Radio Café will continues its sixth season on Saturday, March 22, with special guest Sandy Hook resident Mark Barden.

    The show begins at 7 pm at the Edmond Town Hall Theatre, 45 Main Street in Newtown. Tickets are $25 for adults, $20 for senior citizens and students, and are on sale at www.flagpoleproductions.org

  • Sloan Wainwright Taps Newtowner Cadence Carroll For Flagpole Radio Café Support

    Audience members may recognize her name as part of the Wainwright legacy in pop and folk music. And Sloan Wainright (above) — sister of Loudon Wainwright III, and aunt to Martha and Rufus Wainwright, and Lucy Wainwright Roche of The Roches — has plans to thrill the next Flagpole Radio Café audience with her clever and highly personal songwriting and huge contralto voice. She will be supported by longtime friend and guitarist Steven Murphy, and Newtown-based vocalist and percussionist Cadence Carroll (below) at the February 8 show. 

  • Sloan Wainwright To Headline Next Flagpole Radio Café

    Flagpole Radio Café will continue its sixth season with a performance by Sloan Wainwright on Saturday, February 8. The show will begin at 7 pm at Edmond Town Hall Theatre, 45 Main Street.

  • Chapin Returning As Guest Of Next Flagpole Radio Café

    Flagpole Radio Café will continue its sixth season on Saturday, December 7, with Grammy Award-winning Tom Chapin returning as special guest.

    Tickets are $20 — a holiday special — and on sale now at  www.flagpoleproductions.org. The show will begin at 7 pm at Edmond Town Hall, 45 Main Street in Newtown.

  • Pre-Flagpole Café Guitar Workshop

    The Flagpole Radio Café will continues its sixth season with a performance this weekend by the innovative jazz guitarist Michael Coppola.

    While Saturday’s performance will begin at 7 pm, Mr Coppola and luthier James DeCava will hold a guitar workshop in Edmond Town Hall’s Alexandria Room at 6 pm.

  • 9-String Guitarist Michael Coppola To Headline Next Flagpole Radio Café

    Flagpole Radio Café will continue its sixth season on Saturday, November 9, with special guest Michael Coppola.

    The show will begin at 7 pm at Edmond Town Hall, 45 Main Street in Newtown.

    Tickets are $30 for adults, $25 for students and senior citizens, and are on sale at www.flagpoleproductions.org.

  • Flagpole Radio Café To Begin Season September 28 With Returning Special Guest

    Deborah Henson-Conant, who headlined Flagpole Radio Café in February 2012, will return to the stage of Edmond Town Hall Theatre to open the sixth season of the radio-style variety shows on September 28.

  • ‘Concert For Newtown’ To Premiere On Local PBS Stations This Weekend

    Beginning Friday, July 19, local public broadcasting stations will air a one hour PBS special called “Concert for Newtown,” a community event that brought together the people of Newtown in song, spirit and common purpose in the aftermath of the Sandy Hook School shooting.