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Jan 18: Firehouse Pub

Ladies Choice Comedy Night  SOLD OUT

Photo of four comedians“Ladies Choice” Comedy Night on Friday Night with Headliner Rene Bray, whose diverse comedy allows her to relate to any audience with grace. Rene explains her life with biting wit, and can roar like a lion or purr like a cat (sometimes both at once). Featuring Comic Cure’s Funniest Female 2018 Sheena Reagan. With Special Guest Susan Sussman. Plus Michael Murillo as Emcee!

Jan. 19: Firehouse Pub

Jimmy Griswold: Blues, Jazz, Rock Guitarist

Photo of Jimmy Griswold, guitaristJimmy Griswold properly pays homage to any artist he covers, whether it be the warm tones of T-bone Walker & B.B. King, or the screaming sounds of Roy Buchanan, Jeff Beck and Steve Ray Vaughan, all the while staying true to his highly original style.

Jan. 25: Firehouse Pub

Ronny Cox

Photo of musician Ronny CoxRonny Cox, is a superbly talented singer-songwriter, musician and actor who has been active in the music world and Hollywood for 40+ years. He played the guitar in the ‘Dueling Banjos’ scene in “Deliverance”, creating an iconic moment in movie history. Ronny is presently working on the TV show “Nashville” and performs his song “I’ll Waltz You Home”. Ronny will be joined by Chip Dolan on keyboard and accordion and Ansel Barnum on harmonica.

Feb. 2: Firehouse Pub

Charlie Morris Band

Charlie MorrisThe Charlie Morris Band delivers energetic and laid back original tunes which are a blend of Blues, Country, and Florida Swamp Music.

Feb. 8: The Cadillac Cowboys

The Cadillac Cowboys

Photo of the Cadillac Cowboys musical groupKen Carlyle, T.J Weger, Eric “Flycatcher” Carlson, Don Cox, and Joe Martin – provide an infectious mix of original and classic songs rooted in the styles of Western Swing, Bluegrass, Americana and Zydeco. Near the intersection of ‘Bon Ton Roulet’ and the ‘Clinch Mountain Back Step’, you will find the Cowboys serving up their musical gumbo.

Feb. 9: Theater

Georgia O’Keeffe Pioneer

Photo of Georgia OkeeffeDo not miss this opportunity to enjoy an intimate glimpse into the life of this world-renowned and forthright artist, Georgia O’Keeffe. View special images of herself and her work as she describes her evolution as a visual artist. Evening performance.

Feb. 10: Theater

Georgia O’Keeffe Pioneer

Photo of Georgia OkeeffeDo not miss this opportunity to enjoy an intimate glimpse into the life of this world-renowned and forthright artist, Georgia O’Keeffe. View special images of herself and her work as she describes her evolution as a visual artist. Matinee performance.

Feb. 15: Firehouse Pub

Comedy Night

Comedy NightComedians to be announced. Make your plans now, because you know we always bring the laughs to Comedy Night at the Firehouse.

Feb 17: Firehouse Pub

Hiroya, Japanese Guitarist

Portrait of Japanese Guitarist HiroyaHiroya, Japanese Guitarist, A unique mixture of eclectic acoustic guitar songs, vocal songs (Japanese folk music and originals) and poetry with audience participation. Hiroya is a one-of-a-kind composer, guitarist and singer-songwriter from Kyoto, Japan.

Mar 16: Firehouse Pub

Mike Donahue & Third Man Out

Irish ShamrockCelebrate St. Patrick’s Day with Irish tunes at the Firehouse Pub! Mike Donahue will play guitar and provide lead vocals. Donahue has been playing Irish music since 1993. Don Pigeon plays the guitar, mandolin, tin whistle, flute, and some vocals. Darin Graves can play anything with strings and will provide fiddle accompaniment to the group.

  • Firehouse Pub

    Experience top quality entertainment as you enjoy drinks & snacks in a relaxed, intimate space. Live music of nearly every genre from jazz to show tunes, comedy shows and more are all on tap at the Firehouse Pub!

  • Lectures

    Music Lecture Series, monthly on Tuesday mornings from October through May. The Brenda Knowles “Inside Journalism” Series. Gallery Talks, Authors and more.

  • Artist in Residence Program

    Firehouse Residency public programs provide direct and intensive experience with significant artists, performers and writers in a full range of the arts.

  • Teen Open Studio

    FREE! This program gives teens the unique opportunity to create their art alongside a different professional working artist from the community every month. Our artists will guide you to use new mediums & techniques and inform you about careers as an artist. In partnership with the Tampa Museum of Art. All supplies included. Space is Limited! Reservations required. Grades 6 – 12.

  • Arts in Education: Field Trip Performances

    Firehouse Cultural Center partners in the Arts in Education Program with the Arts Council of Hillsborough County and Hillsborough County School System as a venue for high quality performances for students.

  • Summer Arts Camps

    Imagine, explore and discover! Every year we offer several one-week Arts Camps for ages 8–14, filled with fun, creative activities. 2018 Camps include Musical Theater; Art Studio; The Art of Printmaking; Cartooning & Animation; and Robotics. Each week culminates with a performance or a ‘Show-off’ for family and friends.

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