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February 2018

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Acclaimed come- dian and author Eddie Izzard will come to the Carolina Theatre of Durham Feb. 9 as part of his "Believe Me" book tour. Featuring stand-up comedy, per- sonal stories and reading from the book of the same name, "Believe Me" figures to be a well- rounded account of Izzard's unique life. Izzard, known for his quirky, stream-of-conscious- ness comedy and his former self-proclaimed "action transvestite" look, will share stories about his life and his career in comedy and acting, among others. Tickets range from $45 to $75, and can be purchased online at www.carolinatheatre.org. comedy Eddie Izzard: Believe Me Feb. 9 8 p.m. Carolina Theatre of Durham, Durham 9 WAYNE COUNTY regional events Durham for everyone something The Langston Hugh- es Project is a 12-part epic poem, which Hughes scored with musical cue from a wide range of stylistic influences, including blues, gospel, African drumming, Ger- man lieder and many more. The Ron McCurdy Quartet will perform the suite, a mas- terful achievement left unper- formed at Hughes' death, which will be combined with video and multimedia aspects to link the music and words of the poetry to works of visual artists Hughes admired. Tickets range from $31.50 to $41.40. For more information visit www.carolinatheatre.org. theater The Langston Hughes Project: Ask Your Mama, 12 Moods of Jazz Feb. 13 • 8 p.m. Carolina Theatre of Durham, Durham Head back to Hogwarts. Relive the adventures of Harry Potter's second year at the magical school with a showing of the movie in high definition, accom- panied by the North Carolina Symphony performing John Williams' score. Experience the magic and wonder of the Harry Potter series like never before. Tickets are available online at www.ticketmaster.com. family Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets in Concert Feb. 23 & 24 • 7:30 p.m. DPAC, Durham music Postmodern Jukebox: Bob Nocek Presents Feb. 21 • 8 a.m. DPAC, Durham Scott Bradlee's Postmodern Jukebox has become a viral internet sen- sation, amassing millions of views, subscribers and likes across Youtube and social media. From Lady Gaga to The White Stripes and Miley Cyrus, PMJ has reimagined countless modern hits in the style of early 20th century music and is now headed to North Carolina. Tickets are available online at www.ticketmaster.com.

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