Symphonic tribute to Paul McCartney, “Live and Let Die,” this Sunday

Fans of Paul McCartney (and Beatles’ hit songs), like you and me, can rejoice at the fact that Tony Kishman – Paul McCartney tribute artist extraordinaire – is bringing his talents to the Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts, courtesy of The Gateway, on Jan. 14.

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“A Christmas Story” comes to life now through Wednesday

For me, it’s not Christmas day unless the house is bustling with people and the TV channel is set to the “A Christmas Story” marathon – for added background noise. So, if your holiday seems very similar to mine, you will want to take time out (just as I will) for “A Christmas Story,” presented live by The Gateway at the Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts, Dec. 20-27.

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Get your boost of merry at holiday-themed entertainment – featured around town

Since the tree (for many) is decorated, the menorah is being lit each night through Dec. 20 and the presents are nearly wrapped, you can step back a minute for some local, holiday-style entertainment, offered Dec. 16 and Dec. 17.

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That’s holiday entertainment – for the family

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, with Thanksgiving upon us and holiday music playing on the radio. In celebration of all that’s holly and jolly, Frosty (Nov. 24-Dec. 31), Rudolph (Nov. 25) and Charlie Brown (Nov. 26) are in town and ready to entertain the family — live.

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Take a trip down the rabbit hole with “Alice in Wonderland Follies”

Lewis Carroll’s fantasy tale about a young girl who accidentally stumbles into a magical world, where caterpillars give advice and tea parties are never-ending, is brought to the Tilles Center for the Performing Arts stage by the New York Theatre Ballet, on Feb. 5.

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Laugh the night away at the All Star Comedy Show

If the shorter days lacking enough happy light, the recent cold snap that brought snow to shovel and the 2017 resolution to lay off the chocolate has turned you into an after-holiday Grinch, than you must need something to laugh about – like the All Star Comedy Show, on Jan. 13. Held at Bay Street Theater & Sag Harbor Center for the Arts, it begins at 8 p.m.

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