Arts of the Pamlico's Weekly Update - August 15th , 2017 | Eastern North Carolina Now

Press Release:

    Summer is almost over and there are many great events coming to AOP over the next few months. You can always check out what is going on at our great new website. Here are some events going on right now!

  • Pamlico Sounds - 08/18/17 @ 6:30 pm - Join us this Friday for the return of Pamlico Sounds this Friday!
  • BCTMA starts us off in the Gallery at 6:30 pm
  • I.C. Improv takes the stage for their comedic show at 7:30 pm
  • Marye Amanda takes the big stage at 8:30 pm
  • The Rocky Horror Picture Show returns to the Turnage! - 09/01/17 6:30 p
  • Its time to fine that bustier and those heels again! Rocky Horror returns. Prizes for best movie costume, and most creative Rocky Horror costume. Doors open at 6:30, movie starts at 8 pm. Tickets are $15 and the first 40 tickets sold get a FREE prop bag! Get your tickets today!
  • "It Was a Very Good Year" A Tribute to Frank Sinatra Starring Tony Sands will be performed at the Historic Turnage Theatre on September 2 at 3 and 7:30 PM. Tickets are $15.

    Not a member? Hurry and join...

    AOP's membership drive is nearing its end. If you have not joined, please take time to consider joining. Along with being kept up to date on events, discounts are made available at certain membership levels, early ticket buying privileges to some events and many other advantages are among several of the advantages membership with AOP will provide. Sign up or renew your membership today, we welcome everyone to become a member of and enjoy being part of AOP.

    Don't miss these Open Venues and Upcoming Events:

  • Pamlico Writers Group: 2nd and 4th Tuesday Evening 6 p
  • Rock the Pamlico Jam 1st and 3rd Tuesday Evening 6:30 p
  • BCTMA Thursday evening 6:30 p and Saturday Morning Jams 10 a

  • Contact: Arts of the Pamlico
  •     252-946-2504

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