A two day event that celebrates the best of Irish culture and heritage. Féile showcases Irish music, dance, food and drink! Come experience some of what makes Beverly so unique and steeped in tradition. Barney Callaghan’s Pub, 10618 S Western Ave
Yoga at the Castle ~ Tuesday, March 3, 10, 17, 24 and 31 from 6 to 7:30 p.m.
This is a great way to see whether yoga is for you, or to become a regular practitioner. $10 per session, every Tuesday, 6 pm - 7:30 pm at 103rd and Longwood. Teacher Donna Wilkinson welcomes you all year long, beginner to advanced; occasionally or weekly. Givins Castle, 10255 S Seeley. For more information contact Donna at 773-881-3240.
BACinema: Dark Lies The Island ~ March 4 at 7:30 p.m.
Based on several short stories by writer Kevin Barry, intoduces us to the Mannions, a dysfunctional family locked in a bitter feud involving three men in the family; Daddy, Doggy, and Martin. Set over the course of one week, the film painstakingly showcases the realities of life in small-town Ireland with a sense of dark humor and compositional beauty. The film, which has never been officially screened in North America, is an unusual, quietly beautiful, and character-driven piece of cinema not to be missed. Tickets $6 • $5 BAC Members. Beverly Arts Center 2407 W 111th St, Chicago.
Acoustic Duo Show at Two Mile Coffee ~ March 7th from 9:30 to 11:30
Molly Rose and Frank Lozich will be doing a rare MORNING show, strumming and singing our favorites at Two Mile Coffee Bar inside Beverly’s 95th Street Metra Station. The cozy atmosphere and tasty brews are perfect for a Saturday morning coffee date, so don’t miss it!
Molly Rose is a jazz vocalist, guitarist, and songwriter in the Chicago area. She performs regularly with her own group, as a solo artist, in swing bands, and in duo shows with other local musicians, crossing genre lines into swing, modern jazz, pop, folk, and rock. Her particular interest in coupling music with story has opened doors to work with visual artists in other media as well, including theatre, film, painting, installation, and performance art. She released her first album of original music, “Hidden Talents” in 2016, following it up with “What You Need To Find” in 2019. Two Mile Coffee Bar, 95th Street Station
Barney Callaghan’s: Feile Music Fest ~ March 7 @ 2:00 pm until March 9 at 1:00 am
BACinema: Extra Ordinary ~ March 25th at 7:30
One of the most exciting and quirky new releases from Ireland. While on the outside, seemingly a one-woman Ghostbusters, the film nonetheless goes in the most unexpected of directions . Rose, a rural driving instructor with supernatural powers, is the go-to fixer for people with ghost problems but just wants to lead a normal life. When a most peculiar case of spirit-possession comes to town, Rose realizes that it’s up to her to save the town and some of the most important members of her community. Extra Ordinary is a horror comedy with the sweetest possible touch; a movie that is as much about a human community as it is about the spirit world. Tickets $6 • $5 BAC Members. Beverly Arts Center 2407 W 111th St, Chicago.
A Tribute to the Eagles ~ March 28th at 8 p.m.
Heartache Tonight delivers a true experience for Eagles fans featuring the timeless classic songs from the American rock powerhouse. With meticulous attention to every detail, the group brings together music from all eras and incarnations of the Eagles. A Heartache Tonight concert is filled with moments designed to thrill classic rock fans: the soaring a cappella harmonies of “Seven Bridges Road,” the snarling guitars of “Life In The Fast Lane,” the anthemic country rock of “Take It Easy,” and Don Henley’s beautifully evocative “Heart Of The Matter.” Close your eyes and you’ll swear you’re hearing the real thing. Tickets $30 • $27 for BAC Members. Beverly Art Center