Carolina Theatre of Durham

Home Free's New Album Out Now

Country a capella group Home Free released their Christmas album prior to their show in Durham.

Country vocal band Home Free have sung their way into the hearts of music fans. Best known to audiences from NBC's The Sing Off, the five-man a cappella group of Austin Brown, Rob Lundquist, Chris Rupp, Tim Foust and Adam Rupp stops at the Carolina Theatre on Wednesday (Nov. 5) at 8 p.m.

Teen Talk Helps Educate Teens On Dangers Of Drug Use

Teen Talk will use the arts to educate Durham teens about the dangers of drug and alcohol use.

Teen Talk uses education and the arts to positively inform teens about the dangers of drug and alcohol use. This worthwhile program will present a free, family-friendly performance called “Teen Talk: A Tale of Substance” at the Carolina Theatre of Durham's Cinema 1 on Monday, November 3 at 4:30 p.m.

Wayne Coyne Screening 'The Night Porter' in Durham

Flaming Lips' frontman Wayne Coyne will host a screening and discussion of 'The Night Porter' at the Carolina Theatre of Durham on Dec. 15.

You'll likely never hear Wayne Coyne and the word "ordinary" used in the same sentence.

Coyne, the wonderfully weird and creatively brilliant frontman of The Flaming Lips, is coming to the Carolina Theatre of Durham for the first of a series of artist film screenings in conjunction with the Modern School of Film's Film:Acoustic series. Others will be announced as they are booked.

Jad Abumrad's Gut Churn Comes to Durham

Jad Abumrad of Radiolab will deliver a multimedia lecture 'Gut Chrun' at Carolina Theatre of Durham on Sunday, Nov. 2

Jad Abumrad might be the smartest man on radio. As the host of NPR's renowned radio program and podcast Radiolab, Abumrad leads intelligent and thoughtful discussion on topics of science, philosophy and culture. If Abumrad and Co. cover a flighty topic, they do so in the brightest way possible: ear vegetables rather than ear candy, if you will.

The Mountain Goats’ John Darnielle Joins NPR’s ‘Ask Me Another’ In Durham Nov. 19

John Darnielle of The Mountain Goats will be the Very Important Puzzler (VIP) at Ask Me Another on Nov. 19.

John Darnielle made a name for himself as the founding – and sometimes sole member – of North Carolina’s own slice of music history: the Mountain Goats. He’s also an author and just released his second book, Wolf in White Van. But come November 19, this singer, songwriter and novelist will take the stage at the Carolina Theatre with an all-new role to play.
 
"Very Important Puzzler.”
 

Storm Large Rocks Durham On Wednesday

Former reality TV star Storm Large performs at the Carolina Theatre of Durham on Oct. 29 at 8 p.m.

Musical artists don't get much more interesting than Storm Large. The former Rock Star: Supernova contestant has done the reality TV thing; starred in her own off-Broadway show; served as front woman for Pink Martini; played Carnegie Hall and continued her solo career with her new album: Le Bonheur.

See & Hear 'The Moth' Live in Durham on Thursday

Storytelling radio show 'The Moth' presents a live session at the Carolina Theatre of Durham on Thursday, Oct. 23

Storytelling is as much an art as music, dance, sculpture or any visual medium. No one presents interesting, unique and true stories live better than the visionary radio show and podcast The Moth. The show's storytelling live tour stops in Durham this Thursday, Oct. 23 at 7:30 p.m.

Paul Mooney Coming To Durham

Comedian Paul Mooney will be at the Carolina Theatre on Friday, August 29 at 8 p.m.

Paul Mooney is one of America's most brilliant comedians. His outrageous brand of comedy is punctuated by material that is often bitingly critical, sometimes devilishly offensive but always fiercely original. Given all of the bizarre current events in America — and the rest of the world — you'll want to be at the Carolina when this modern comic master unleashes his wit on Friday, August 29 at 8 p.m.

Home Free To Sing National Anthem At NASCAR Race

Country vocal act Home Free, who will perform at the Carolina Theatre of Durham on Nov. 5, will sing National Anthem at a NASCAR race on Sunday.

You already know it's not easy to sing the National Anthem. Now imagine doing it in front of thousands of pumped up NASCAR fans.

Scared yet?

Rich Robinson Ready To Rock

Rich Robinson of the Black Crowes plays the Carolina Theatre of Durham on Friday, Aug. 8 at 8 p.m.

Guitarist Rich Robinson is a bonafide rock star who has delivered scintillating live performances for more than 25 years as the co-founder of the Black Crowes. Robinson's latest tour — in support of his recently released third solo album,  The Ceaseless Sight — stops at the Carolina tonight (Aug. 8) at 8 p.m.

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