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If you are in Cambridge and looking for a place where you can hear music that is different from the mainstream pop and rock tunes that are blasted on television, radio, or more conventional concert halls, then do drop by The Lily Pad. Located in Inman Square, this buzzing club-cum-music-venue features artists that await, and truly merit, discovery, be they up-and-coming amateurs, or seasoned veterans. The club also serves cold beer and wine, as well as delectable food items, so that patrons do not go thirsty or hungry. See the website or call to know more.
The Sinclair is a riveting rock concert venue that comes with an American restaurant and a summer patio. If you wish to watch your favorite bands play in the company of great food and euphoric ambiance, The Sinclair has got it all covered for you. The restaurant is quite spacious and can accommodate groups with ease. Here you can entertain your palate with chef Michael Schlow's culinary delights which are cooked to perfection and served with style. The performance area is where you can witness scintillating rock performances in a setup that is equipped with great acoustics and light technology. The Sinclair has the capacity to host 525 spectators, making it one of the biggest rock clubs in Cambridge.
Established in 1982 by Ellen Holbrook a former student of Chicago's famous comedy enterprise: Second City, ImprovBoston is a non-profit theater and training center committed to the collaborative process of the art of comedy and improvisation. They strive to provide affordable high-quality entertainment and education to the people of Cambridge. Performances include brilliant storytelling and audience participation that make shows even more entertaining. These shows are held at their central location while their touring company conducts workshops for aspiring performers and soft skills training for professionals.
Tucked away in the basement of the very popular Cantab Lounge, Club Bohemia is for those rock lovers in the know. If you are an underground rock music fan, then this place shouldn't be missed. Some of their previous listings include artistes like wetsuit, Black Hatch, Thirty Silver, Beneath the Machine, Mnemonist, Llama Tsunami and Miracle Blood.
Established in 1953, Brattle Theater plays host to an array of alternative film screenings, in addition to book readings and acoustic concerts. Their eclectic schedule features everything from Japanese animation and American classics, to indie and foreign series. Occasionally they organize film festivals and entertainment events like film noir, French cinema and Oscar winning movies. This is one of the few theaters in town showcasing double features.