Sexual Chocolate’s “Big Show”
(Friday at 6:30p.m.)
Grab tickets for the step team’s first performance of the semester, happening this Friday in Robsham Theater. Featuring B.E.A.T.S. and DOBC, this highly anticipated show is sure to be a hit.
The Arts and Crafts Movement: Making it Irish
(February 6 – June 5)
Come celebrate a pivotal era in Irish history and culture with this arts and crafts exhibit in the University’s McMullen Museum of Art. This weekend marks the opening of this semester-long exhibit.
Black Artists in the Boston Area: Cultural Enrichment in the 20th and 21st Centuries
Explore this evocative collection of paintings, sculptures, and other works by 20th and 21st-century Black artists who lived in and around Boston. This exhibit is located in the O’Neill Library Reading Room.
After a rogue experiment leaves him with accelerated healing powers, Wade Wilson sets out to destroy his arch rival in this fast-paced comedy. Ryan Reynolds stars as Marvel’s anti-superhero Deadpool in this satirical spin on the classic comic book hero.
The star-studded buddy comedy is back and bolder than ever. Beloved model Derek Zoolander and his enemy-turned-partner Hansel are up to more hilarious hijinks after being assigned to thwart the evil running rampant in the entertainment industry.
‘How to be Single’
Excited to assimilate into the single lifestyle after breaking up with her long-time boyfriend, Alice enlists the help of her wild friend Robin. Rebel Wilson and Dakota Johnson co-star in this wild rom com, in theaters everywhere Friday.
CHERUB @ House of Blues
(Sunday at 7p.m.)
Straight out of Nashville, Tenn., the electro-indie duo is sure to bring some of its adrenaline-pumping beats to Boston’s House of Blues. Fans can expect a high-energy performance and hit songs like “Doses and Mimosas” at this weekend’s show.
Disney on Ice: 100 Years of Magic
Head to TD Garden this month for a magical celebration featuring some of Walt Disney’s whimsical characters. Watch as princes and princesses perform dazzling ice dances to your favorite childhood songs.
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