If you are looking for some fun events to attend over the next few weeks and months, here is a list of live entertainment in Addison. Please note that the COVID-19 pandemic is a fluid situation, and it will be important to check back before the event to make sure these events will still be held. Each of these events will also have social distance policies and health and safety measures in place.
Live Band Karaoke with Time Machine, Sidecar Social – January 27
If you are someone who loves to sing and show what you’ve got, head to Sidecar Social to perform karaoke with Time Machine. The event will be from 8–11 p.m. in the 20,000 square-foot social lounge, which includes free classic games, craft cocktails and plates, and live music. Wednesdays at Sidecar Social are also $5 Martini Wednesday and half-price flatbreads starting at 10 p.m.
Christina P: Ride of Die Tour, Addison Improv – February 4–6
The host of two Netflix specials, Christina P: Mother Inferior and The Degenerates, Christina P is a wonderfully delightful comedian. In addition to being a stand-up comedian, Christina P is a wife, mother, TV personality, writer, and podcast host of “Your Mom’s House.” She will be performing a few shows at Addison Improv in the beginning of February. Tickets can be found at improvtx.com/Addison.
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, WaterTower Theatre – March 4–21
Coming to WaterTower Theatre is the regional premiere of the 2015 Tony Award winner for Best Play. It tells the story of Christopher, a young man with an extraordinary brain, who finds himself under suspicion for the murder of a neighbor’s dog and becomes determined to solve the mystery. To learn more information and to purchase tickets, click here.
The Night Fairy, Outcry Youth Theatre – March 19–28
This play is about what would happen to a fairy if she lost her wings and could no longer fly. It revolves around Flory, a young night fairy no taller than an acorn and still becoming accustomed to her wings – wings as beautiful as those of a Luna moth – and her journey through the big and dangerous world to do whatever it takes to survive. For more information, go to Outcry Theatre’s website.