Happy Monday, Bushwick!
Cabaret, free movie screenings, or art markets? We got what you need.
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? Monday: Movie Night
8-11 p.m. at Bushwick Community Darkroom, 110 Troutman St.
Monday Night Movie at Bushwick Community Darkroom brings you “Breaking Away” this week. Come hang out and watch Dennis Quaid in this coming-of-age comedy from the late-70s. You can leave your tight shirts and bellbottoms at home because this flick has them in spades.
? Tuesday: Jam Session
10 p.m.-whenever at Bushwick Public House, 1288 Myrtle Ave.
Guitar, harmonica, sitar, jaw harp — bring it to Bushwick Public House and join in the jam with the house musicians.
? Thursday: Bushwick Market Art festival
5-9 p.m. at The Bushwick Market, 54-57 Wyckoff Ave.
Stroll down Wyckoff Avenue to check out this outdoor market where you can pick up some art, handcrafted goodies, and other trinkets from local vendors. It’ll be warmer, but it may also rain on Thursday, so bring that umbrella.
? Friday: The Films of Kenneth Anger
8-10 p.m. at Bizarre Bushwick, 12 Jefferson St.
Join Bizarre Bushwick for an exploration of sound, darkness, and magick, as The Flushing Remonstrance presents an original live accompaniment to the films of experimental filmmaker, Kenneth Anger. “Lucifer Rising,” “Invocation of My Demon Brother,” “Inauguration of the Pleasure Dome,” “Eaux d’Artifice” are some of the films that will be shown (Anger has made over 40 films since 1939). Free admission, but souls are accepted as donation.
? Saturday: Cabaret Luxe
9-11:30 p.m. at Lot 45, 411 Troutman St.
A world of glitter and doom awaits you at Cabaret Luxe.
Cabaret Luxe is an evening of performance and revelry inspired by the Weimar Cabaret. Born of the political and economic free-fall of Berlin in the 1920s, a world of hedonism, decadence and glamour flourished underground. Cabaret Luxe features the eclectic sounds of cabaret punk band Amour Obscur along with a carnal sideshow of burlesque performers. Dorothy Darker and Dee Dee Vega invite you to a world of ferocious beauty and vintage vice full of music, burlesque, avant-garde film, and celebration. Tickets are $15-30.