This Weekend In Arts: March 27-30

007 James bOp!

(Saturday 3/29, 8 p.m.)
With this year’s James Bond theme, BC bOp!’s annual big jazz concert will feature music from Skyfall and 007, as well as from other musicians. Tickets are $10 through Robsham with a BC ID.

The Big Apple Circus Presents ‘Luminocity’
Trapeze artists, flying acrobats, daring wirewalkers, jugglers, and clowns are all parts of Big Apple Circus’ show Luminocity, opening this week at City Hall Plaza. Tickets start at $20 through

The Boston Underground Film Festival
(Through Sunday 3/30)
Hosted at the Brattle Theatre in Cambridge, the 16th annual BUFF celebrates the most bizarre of independent films. Movies are being screened every day until Sunday evening. For more information, show times, and tickets, visit

Haru Matsuri
(Saturday 3/29, 8 p.m.)
The Japan Club of Boston College is presenting its culture show in Gasson 100. Including games and music, as well as both  student and professional performances, the event is free.

(Saturday 3/29, 12:00 p.m.)
BC’s South Asian Student Association is sponsoring its annual free Holi festival, featuring Indian food, dancing, water balloons, music by ESM, and a rainbow of powdered paints.

Russell Crowe, Jennifer Connelly, Emma Watson, and Logan Lerman star in the action-drama Noah, which tells the Biblical story of a man chosen by God to rescue the world before an apocalyptic flood. Directed by Darren Aronofsky, the movie opens Friday.

Singer-Songwriter Competition
(Thursday 3/27, 8 p.m.)
BC singer-songwriters will compete in Hillside Cafe on Thursday night for the opportunity to be featured among the top four acts at Arts Fest 2014. Admission is free.

Swingin’ Into Spring
(Friday 3/28, 8 p.m.)
BC Full Swing is offering free dance lessons on Friday night in Gasson 100. There will be a live band, musical guest performances by American Idol finalist Siobhan Magnus and the last two years’ BC Idol winners, as well as new choreography showcases.


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Ariana Igneri was the Associate Arts & Review editor at The Heights in 2014, where she enjoyed writing about boy bands, ballet, and other finer things. Follow her on Twitter at @arianaigneri.