A Man at Work, Tactical Drinking, A Rock Musical – This week’s Friday5

. November 6, 2015.

This week’s edition of the Friday5 includes a make-your-own-dinner date night, a one-woman show, and one of the world’s most celebrated authors. All that, plus an entire day of drinking and board games – what could be better? Get out and about this weekend with Current Magazine as your guide!

Friday, November 6

Date Night: Cozy Fall Dinner
6:30PM – 8:30PM
Sur La Table
$69

Chase away the chill of autumn by working alongside other couples and transform seasonal ingredients into a romantic dinner for two.

Sur La Table, 3050 Washtenaw Ave
734-531-0300 | surlatable.com

The Working Perception
7:00PM
CTN Ann Arbor
Free

Local artist, writer, and performer Laura Pazuchowski will present her solo rock musical, The Working Perception, live at CTN Ann Arbor. Featuring Matt Basner on drums and Phil Boos on guitar, the show was an official selection of the 2015 Chicago Fringe Festival and the 2015 Detroit Fringe Theatre Festival. Seating is free, but space is limited.

CTN, 2805 S. Industrial Hwy
734-794-6150 | laurapaz.com

 

Saturday, November 7

David Mitchell Reading and Signing
6:00PM – 9:00PM
First United Methodist Church of Ann Arbor
Free

David Mitchell, award-winning and bestselling author of Cloud Atlas and The Reason I Jump, will be reading from his latest novel, Slade House. This event is presented by Literati Bookstore. A book-signing will follow the reading.

First United Methodist Church of Ann Arbor, 120 S. State St.
734-585-5567 | literatibookstore.com

Tactical Drinking
12:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Beer Grotto
$15

Join The Beer Grotto and Vault of Midnight for a day of drinking, gaming, laughter, and all sorts of games. Price includes a tasting flight and access to Vault of Midnight’s legendary Game Library.

The Beer Grotto, 303 S. Ashley St.
734-998-1413 | vaultofmidnight.com

 

Sunday, November 8

Colin Hay
7:30PM
The Ark
$15

The man from Men at Work performs new material from his latest album Next Year People, as well as songs from his classic catalogue.

The Ark, 316 S. Main St.
734-761-1800 | theark.org

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