FUSE Film Feature: Local Rocker Robin Lane and Coming Back Strong “When Things Go Wrong”

Mar 23, 2014

Robin Lane’s story goes back to her ‘60s days as a child of Hollywood glamor, her long tenure as a Boston rock survivor, and her recent renaissance as a musical counsellor for abused women.

Fuse Concert Review (By Brett Milano): “Mission of Burma” — Boston’s Fab Four?

Feb 11, 2014

The celebrated post-punk band Mission of Burma played a benefit show for Somerville Local First at the Regent Theatre. Their instrumental interplay is more intuitive than ever.

Mission of Burma plays benefit show for Somerville Local First at Regent Theatre February 9th, 2014

Jan 15, 2014

Internationally Acclaimed Post-Punk Band's first Boston show in over a year and the only area scheduled performance in 2014

Regent One of Boston’s Top 5 Accessible Live Performance Venues for Families with Special Needs

Jan 15, 2014

Mommy Poppins Boston recently featured the Regent Theatre in an article about live music venues in Boston for kids with special needs in this guest post from Amber Bobnar of WonderBaby.org, a support and information site for parents of children who are visually impaired

Spajazzy, Panettone and Italy Music Camp: OPEN HOUSE at Regent Underground Theater, Arlington

Dec 27, 2013

Our first theme will be Panettone (the typical Italian Cake served around the holidays) which sets the pace for the Music of Spajazzy, a group founded ,with Spaghetti and Jazz in Mind, by Sergio Bellotti and Tino D' Agostino in 1998.

PHOTOS: The Rock and Soul Holiday Show 2013

Dec 18, 2013

On Sunday, December 15, 2013, the fifth annual Rock and Soul Holiday Show took place at the Regent Theatre in Arlington, Massachusetts. Examiner went backstage to share some of the evenings photos with you.

ARLINGTON’S REGENT THEATRE TO HOST “AN INTIMATE EVENING WITH ART GARFUNKEL” SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7TH

Nov 22, 2013

An acoustic performance with songs, anecdotes, prose and a unique audience Q&A session. Blessed with what the New York Times described as a “beautiful countertenor,” singer ART GARFUNKEL has made an indelible mark on the music world as both a solo artist and half of the unrivaled Simon & Garfunkel. He has also enjoyed a successful film career, published a book of poetry and released 12 solo albums, the most recent being SOME ENCHANTED EVENING in 2007.

A DIFFERENT KIND OF HALLOWEEN Infamous Radio Broadcast Recreated on October 31 at Regent Theatre

Oct 25, 2013

On October 30, 1938, The Orson Welles Mercury Theatre broadcast H.G. Wells’ classic tale of interplanetary battle with War of the Worlds and stunned the nation as many who heard it were convinced that a real invasion was taking place. It was one of the first times that the power of radio was on full display, and it resulted in new regulations about what and how news could be presented on the public airwaves. On October 31, 2013, the Regent Theatre in Arlington, MA, will commemorate the 75th anniversary with a live theatre event recreating one of the most famous radio plays ever produced.

HALLOWEEN WEEKEND! CLASSIC SILENT HORROR FILMS WITH LIVE MUSICAL ACCOMPANIMENT

Oct 25, 2013

Arlington’s Regent Theatre presents two nights of silent films performed with live modern scores. The 1932 expressionist film Vampyr will be performed as a double feature with the 1925 silent classic The Phantom of the Opera on Saturday, November 2nd at 7:30pm. A second screening of Vampyr will be presented as a double feature with the famous 1922 vampire film Nosferatu on Sunday November 3rd at 2:00pm. The Andrew Alden Ensemble is a contemporary chamber music group that rejuvenates silent film with unique live scores.

Regent to Host Boston Premiere of “Beer Hunter: The Movie” Thursday, November 7

Oct 08, 2013

Story of How Michael Jackson, aka “The Beer Hunter,” Influenced the World of Craft Beer Event to Feature Guest Speaker, Tom Acitelli, noted author of The Audacity of Hops… Plus Local Craft Beers

John Wetton tours US with District 97 featuring music of King Crimson—Fri Oct 11 at Regent

Sep 27, 2013

John Wetton (Asia, UK, King Crimson) records and performs with rising talents District 97 featuring popular American Idol female finalist Leslie Hunt. Following a successful European tour in May, iconic vocalist John Wetton rejoins the rising prog rock talents in October for a USA tour.This is a special treat for fans of both new music and those of John Wetton. Selections from District 97 will be played along with songs from King Crimson -- many not performed live since the 70s.

DREAM THEATER:  LIVE AT LUNA PARK PREMIERES IN THEATRES WORLDWIDE THU 9/19

Sep 10, 2013

SPECTICAST TO DISTRIBUTE "DREAM THEATER: LIVE AT LUNA PARK" TO THEATRES WORLDWIDE INCLUDING THE REGENT THEATRE ON THURSDAY, 9/19 AT 7:30PM. THE LONG-AWAITED CONCERT FILM FROM TOP NAME IN PROGRESSIVE METAL CAPTURED OVER TWO NIGHTS FROM BUENOS AIRES

PERRY HENZELL’S CULT CLASSIC “THE HARDER THEY COME” STARRING JIMMY CLIFF MARKS 40TH ANNIVERSARY

Sep 01, 2013

NEWLY RESTORED GROUNDBREAKING FILM SET TO PREMIERE IN CINEMAS ACROSS NORTH AMERICA AND THE UK—INCLUDING ARLINGTON’S REGENT THEATRE ON FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6 (ALSO FEATURING LIVE REGGAE MUSIC)

Zombies Perform To Sold-out Crowd at “Wonderfully Renovated” Regent Theatre

Aug 09, 2013

One of the original British Invasion bands (and one of the best), The Zombies performed (and sold-out) at the wonderfully renovated Regent Theatre in Arlington, MA on July 7, 2013. Lead singer Colin Blunstone revealed the age of the band on stage and it was amazing as The Zombies are in as great form now as they were during their early hit making days... it was great to see then in a venue more fitting for one of the coolest quintets of all time.

PEER REVIEW: THE ZOMBIES @ REGENT THEATRE July 7, 2013

Aug 09, 2013

Thankfully, it turned out that the current incarnation of this initially short-lived British Invasion band was undead in the sense of being very much alive... the 90-minute set peaked with five choice cuts from 1968’s Odessey and Oracle, one of those albums that nobody bought when it was released but that nowadays better be in every record collection along with Something Else by The Kinks, Love’s Forever Changes, and Ogdens’ Nut Gone Flake by The Small Faces.

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