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SATURDAY MARCH 14 POSTPONED

In accordance with the city's overnight ban of events with over 250 people we have no choice but to postpone this show to a later date. As you can imagine, this is a huge disappointment to all of us but the health and safety of our community must take priority. I am working with The Castro Theatre and the show's talent to find the best possible date for rescheduling and we will announce as soon as possible. Of course, all ticket sales will be honored at the same value for the new show. As you can imagine, this has put Peaches Christ Productions in a financially crippling position due to so much money already spent. It is our hope that with postponement we are best able to survive this as a company.

Thank you all so much for understanding!

 
     
   


WEDNESDAY MARCH 18 SPECIAL EVENT

SFFILM Members Night 7:00

SFFILM members and their guests are invited to join us for an insider preview of the 2020 San Francisco International Festival, which runs April 8–21 at venues all over the Bay Area!

Our programming team will deliver a multimedia walkthrough of this year’s stellar lineup, giving members the first opportunity to view clips from featured films and to hear about Festival screenings, special events, and expected guests. The Festival box office team will also be set up onsite, and this will be the first in-person opportunity to purchase tickets to Festival programs.

Enjoy light refreshments and talk film with fellow members, Festival staff, and other key members of the local arts and culture community and help us celebrate the kickoff to an amazing Festival season.
sffilm.org

 
     
   


SUNDAY MARCH 22 SPECIAL EVENT

PLEASE NOTE: This event has been rescheduled to SUNDAY MAY 17, 1pm.

SF Premiere WAGING CHANGE 1:00



Waging Change shines a spotlight on the challenges faced by restaurant workers trying to feed themselves and their families off tips. Featuring Saru Jayaraman, Lily Tomlin, Jane Fonda and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the film reveals an American workers struggle hidden in plain sight-the effort to end the tipped minimum wage of $2.13 for servers and bartenders and the #MeToo movement's effort to end sexual harassment. Directed by Peabody award winner Abby GInzberg, Waging Change helps all consumers see the role they have to play in ending this two-tiered wage system.

Filmmaker Abby Ginzberg and Saru Jayaraman, President of One Fair Wage will be present for a post screening discussion moderated by Noreen Farrell, Executive Director of Equal Rights Advocates.

TICKETS

 
     
   


THURSDAY APRIL 2 SPECIAL EVENT
N.K. JemisinAn Evening with N. K. Jemisin

In The City We Became, a stunning new novel by Hugo Award-winner and NYT bestselling author N. K. Jemisin, five New Yorkers must come together to defend their city from an ancient evil. Ms. Jemisin will read a selection from the novel followed by discussion and Q&A. Afterwards, Ms. Jemisin will be on hand to sign copies of her work.

TICKETS

Doors at 6pm, event starts at 7 pm
$20 suggested donation, no-one turned away for lack of funds

 
     
   


TUESDAY MAY 5 SPECIAL EVENT
Kurt Vile & Cate Le Bon - Tues. 5/5
Doors 7pm / Show 8pm

All Ages
Tickets & info:
http://folkyeah.com/kurt-vile-cate-le-bon-san-francisco-2020

Kurt and Cate together and solo, with Stella Mozgawa and Stephen Black.

Kurt Vile has partnered with PLUS1 so that $1 from every ticket goes to support HeadCount working to promote civic engagement, and inform and register young voters.
http://www.headcount.org.

 
     
   


SATURDAY MAY 9 SPECIAL EVENT
(((folkYEAH!))) Presents
Waxahatchee
Doors 7pm / Show 8pm

Tickets & info: http://folkyeah.com/waxahatchee-san-francisco-2020
Tickets are $26 advance / $30 door



What do we hold on to from our past? What must we let go of to truly move forward?

Waxahatchee’s Katie Crutchfield, a lyricist who has always let her listeners know exactly where she is at a given moment, spent much of 2018 reckoning with these questions and revisiting her roots to look for answers. The result is Saint Cloud, an intimate journey through the places she’s been, filled with the people she’s loved.

Written immediately in the period following her decision to get sober, the album is an unflinching self-examination. From a moment of reckoning in Barcelona to a tourist trap in Tennessee to a painful confrontation on Arkadelphia Road, from a nostalgic jaunt down 7th Street in New York City to the Mississippi Gulf, Crutchfield creates a sense of place for her soul-baring tales, a longtime staple of her storytelling.

This raw, exposed narrative terrain is aided by a shift in sonic arrangements as well. While her last two records featured the kind of big guitars, well-honed noise, and battering sounds that characterized her Philadelphia scene and strongly influenced a burgeoning new class of singer-songwriters, Saint Cloud strips back those layers to create space for Crutchfield’s voice and lyrics. The result is a classic Americana sound with modern touches befitting an artist who has emerged as one of the signature storytellers of her time.

 
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