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Wednesday, November 2 Fresh Wednesday Market

Thursday, November 3 Poetry Open Mic

Friday, November 4 First Firday at the Irving Theater

First Firday at the Irving Theater

Saturday, November 5

Wrestle Arts present
Wrestle Arts 6
Tankman vs Flanagan

  7:30p / doors 6:30p
  $15 / VIP SEATING $25 / VIP MEET & GREET ADD $25 (advance)
  all ages


Wrestle Arts 6: Tankman vs Flanagan
For the Vacant Global Openweight Crown
Flash Flanagan vs "Heavyweight Hustle" Calvin Tankman

Global Women's Crown
"Tough Broad" Randi West (c) vs "The Vulture" Logan Vautour

Triple Threat Championship
"The Bloody Bastard" Brandon Prophet (c) vs "The Cutthroat" Jordan Dye vs "The Dark Horse" Avery Hurts
Schwartzy vs "Big" Sue Jackson
Dru Skillz/ Qassius Starr vs The Dragons (Josh Crane/ Ace Perry)
Zodiak the Mystic's Open Challenge to any Tag Team
"The King of the Arcade" Damian Cole vs "The Lost Cause" Anthony Lee
"The Ring Wizard" Sage Philips vs "The Young Titan" Aaron Atlas

Wrestle Arts, Inc is a 501c(3) charitable organization. Proceeds from our events go towards providing resources and financially benefit local charities and community organizations in the communities that we run shows.
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Sunday, November 6

the Irving Theater welcomes
The Last Sermon
featuring
Jason Ammerman

  7:00p / doors 6:30p
  $10 / STUDENTS $5 / UNDER 10 FREE
  all ages


Jason is retiring from performance poetry! This is a showcase and his final show of 32 years of performance poetry and spoken word. Please join his as he close one door and open another in his writing career.
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Monday, November 7 Acoustic Open Mic featuring 7000apart

Wednesday, November 9 Fresh Wednesday Market

Thursday, November 10 Poetry Open Mic

Monday, November 14 Acoustic Open Mic featuring 7000apart

Tuesday, November 15

LEO Presents present
The Red 4 Filth Tour
Alaska

  8:30p / doors 7:00p
  $25 / VIP MEET & GREET $95 / ULTRA $249 (advance)
  18+


A bizarre cosmic collision propelled Alaska Thunderfuck 5000 to Earth in March 1966: and on to the fifth season of Logo TV’s RuPaul's Drag Race in January 2013. Still radioactive, no one knows who or what she is yet, but no one cares, as long as she never returns to her native planet. Her age and species remain unknown to the public, but a few of her enemies claim to hold copies of her spawning record and universal passport.

After her spaceship crashed in the Matanuska Valley, a remote part of south-central Alaska, the U.S. government recovered an emaciated… make that, an emancipated alien, with a 1972 issue of Vanity Fair and a can of Tab, or that's how the story goes. Why she needed an Elmer's glue stick, no one has determined. She refuses to acknowledge it was in her possession. Few believe the wreckage was really smoldering, since magazines tend to burn, and cynics wonder if she was actually held captive in a research facility, or entertained by the night watchman until he got bored with her in the 1980s. She’s supposedly on the run from officials, but everyone knows they take off their uniforms and sneak into the clubs where she performs. Some turned into groupies and hang around long after the shows are over.

A well-traveled, campy extraterrestrial does have her perks and her irritations. Transients and drifters are directed to the nearest black hole via her pre-screw-you GPS navigation, and drug-addled layabouts are allowed to create their own black holes. She promises to upload each and everyone into the system. How dangerous can Thunderfuck be?

As dangerous as a black hole.

Watch this rare, magnificent being as she lights up televisions throughout the world on another of RuPaul's extravaganzas. No, you won't end up a cancer-stricken lab rat. The screen acts as a radiation shield to protect you from this renegade.
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Wednesday, November 16 Fresh Wednesday Market

Thursday, November 17 Poetry Open Mic

Friday, November 18



the Irving Theater welcomes
NORMUNDY
Palecurse (formerly foreveratlast)
Safety Net
Small Words (formerly My Sweet Fall)


  6:30p / doors 6:00p
  $15 (advance) / $20 (day of show)
  all ages


NORMUNDY is a spirited group which combines rock, rap, and EDM into a distinct sonic experience. Drawing influence from across the musical spectrum, the Indianapolis-based band delivers powerful lyrics, genre-breaking soundscapes, and a fiery and infectious live energy wrapped in a deep-rooted spiritual message.

The group endeavors to carry its sound and message far and wide through engaging, high-energy performances. Now in its second album cycle, NORMUNDY is taking the industry by storm with a dedicated following which mirrors the passion of the band’s members. The band's new record ENTER THE VOID is out now.
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Saturday, November 19

#DressUp!
Transylvanian Lip Treatment present
Midnight Picture Show
US 1975 | digital | Dir: Jim Sharman | 100min | R


  Midnight / doors 11:00p
  $8 (advance) / $10 (at the door)
 17+ unless accompanying parent or adult guardian

This campy cult classic (which unfortunately, we can't name here, but you can watch the trailer over there) is the most popular midnight movie of all time.  A corn-fed all-American couple stumbles onto a creepy castle one night when their car breaks down, entering a world they never dreamed existed. The castle turns out to be inhabited by a collection of kinky Transylvanian freaks led by a mad bisexual transvestite.  The film gained notoriety as the most successful midnight movie ever, in which hundreds of cult fans show up in costume and act out scenes from the movie.

You are not allowed to bring your own props.  Prop kits are available at the show.  Prop kits include rice (during the wedding scene at the very beginning, throw yours in celebration), a newspaper (during the rain scene, keep dry), noise maker (during the creation speech, celebrate and MAKE SOME NOISE), toilet paper (when the doctor breaks through the lab wall, hurl your "scotts" tissue), and toast (make your toast during the birthday dinner...toss it), will be available at the show for $4.  YOU ARE ENCOURAGED TO COME IN COSTUME.

Doors open at 11:00pm.  Virgin sacrifice before the show.  The movie begins at Midnight.
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Next Midnight Picture Show: Saturday, February 11.

Monday, November 21 Acoustic Open Mic featuring 7000apart

Wednesday, November 23 Fresh Wednesday Market

Monday, November 28 Acoustic Open Mic featuring 7000apart

Wednesday, November 30 Fresh Wednesday Market

Coming in December

Friday, December 2 First Firday at the Irving Theater

First Firday at the Irving Theater

Coming in 2023

Wednesday, August 2



LEO Presents present
RAJA Presents The Eyeconic World Tour
Raja Gemini

  8:00p / doors 7:00p
  $35 / VIP MEET & GREET $95 / ULTIMATE VIP $249 (advance)
  18+


Raja is an artist of many tasks and talents. Her love for style, experimentation, and all things provocative has set her apart as an entertainer in the Southern California drag circuit for 20 years. She is deeply influenced by the arts, fashion, and all pop global sub-multi-culture. Her art and performance style is meant to emphasize all things that challenge the mind, body, and soul to imagine beyond the box. She is often described as a chameleon because Raja prides herself on her constant evolution. Her looks can range from highly Avante Garde to feminine and glamorous. One of Raja’s greatest triumphs as a drag artist is being the winner of the popular television reality competition RuPaul’s Drag Race (season 3), seen on the LOGO Network. She won a multitude of fans and followers as a result,making Raja one of the competitions most beloved, controversial and memorable stars.
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