Pure Flix Entertainment To Film Comedy Series Live This Week At The Clayton Center

sinbad-clayton-center-dec-1A production crew will arrive in Clayton this week to film three evenings of clean comedy that will be featured on a new showcase, “Pure Flix Presents: Comedy All-Stars.” The crew will be bringing some of the biggest names in comedy with them to host the comedy showcases. Filming will begin on Thursday, December 1, with Sinbad as the featured host. Christian comic Jeff Allen will host on Friday, December 2, and Emmy-winning Louie Anderson will host on Saturday, December 3.

The series will stream on Pureflix.com, a family-friendly, faith-based entertainment web site in 2017.

All of the shows begin at 7 PM, and tickets are $25 (plus sales tax and fees).

Read a great article about the series in the Clayton News Star.

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We’re Wrapping Up 2016 With Musical Treats

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Before the holiday season gets into full swing, treat yourself to an evening of wonderful music and storytelling. Join us this Saturday, November 19, at 8 PM, as guitarist Chase Padgett presents the journeys of six musicians as only he can portray them. Hailed by the Austin Post as “A great piece of musical performance as good as anything Austin City Limits had to offer,” 6 Guitars is a pitch perfect blend of music, comedy and characters. Chase Padgett delivers a virtuosic performance as he deftly alternates between blues, jazz, rock, classical, folk and country.

You also can take a walk down memory lane with We’ve Only Just Begun: Carpenters Remembered, on Saturday, Deccarpentersremembered-vertember 10. Bring the entire family out for an evening of pop music that celebrates the music of one of the most successful recording acts of all time.  Led by Michelle Berting Brett and accompanied by a live, seven-piece Nashville band, this show re-creates the Carpenters’ original sound. So sit back, close your eyes and remember the music of the Carpenters.

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5 for 5: Clayton Piano Festival Fifth Season Celebration Gala

The Clayton Piano Festival is celebrating its 5th season of bringing nationally known concert pianists to Clayton. This year’s 5 for 5 concert at The Cclayton-piano-festival-posterlayton Center will conclude the week-long festival with five pianists on five grand pianos on stage performing individual works, as well as together performing a Beethoven piece for five! All at one time! It should be extraordinary.

The Clayton Piano Festival would like to thank Johnston County first responders for their service to the community −particularly during the past few weeks when Hurricane Matthew wreaked havoc on the county. CPF is offering first responders, including 911 dispatchers, fire, police, sheriff and National Guard, up to four free tickets each to the Saturday, October 22, concert. Call or stop by The Clayton Center box office to claim your tickets to the 7:30 PM performance. A reception will follow the concert.

Enjoy Sommore Comedy, Classic Music & A Healthy Dose Of Nostalgia

It’s mid October — the perwonderbreadyrs-vertfect time to get on out and take in a show right here at The Clayton Center.

We’ve got three shows in three days this week, so there’s plenty to choose from. Tomorrow, Thursday, October 13, 8 PM,  The Queen of Comedy – Sommore – brings her humorous, frank and fearless wit to The Clayton Center. Sommore takes on everything from mundane politics to controversial life issues. Tickets range from $32.50-42.50. Listen to Sommore here.

On Friday, October 14, 8 PMJohn Hiatt performs an intimate, acoustic concert. Tickets $45. Presented by Bob Nocek Presents. Listen to John here.

Writer and comedian Pat Hazell kicks off The Clayton Center’s new Palladian Series on Saturday, October 15, 8 PM. Pat – a former Seinfeld writer –  presents his fresh and funny salute to Americana, The Wonder Bread Years. Tickets $25. Watch a video here.

 

The Clayton Center & Town Offices To Open At 10 AM Monday

The Clayton Center and all Town of Clayton offices will open at 10 AM on Monday, October 10. The delay will allow staff to safely navigate roads that may be partially blocked by water or debris. Essential personnel, including police, fire, electric and public works crews, will be operating on a normal schedule. Please continue to be safe as the Town of Clayton and surrounding areas continue to deal with the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew.

THE CLAYTON CENTER WILL BE CLOSED ON SUNDAY, OCT. 9

The Clayton Center will be CLOSED on Sunday, October 9, to help ensure the safety of our clients. We anticipate reopening at 8 AM on Monday, October 10. Please check back here for more information and visit the Town of Clayton website for more information about the status of other Town operations. Please be safe as Hurricane Matthew passes through our area. The storm has caused heavy rain, flooded roads, downed trees and power outages all around Clayton.

Treat Yourself to Comedy & Concerts

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 We’ll be rockin’ to the music  and rollin’ on the floor laughing at The Clayton Center in the coming week … You don’t want to miss what we’ve got going on this October…

In just 2 days – Friday, October 10, 8 PM – get out of the house before Hurricane Matthew moves in this weekend! Shana Tucker blows into town with her cello and her ChamberSoul music. Tickets are just $15. Discounts are available. Call the Box Office for more info. Listen to Shana here.

Thursday, October 13, 8 PM – The Queen of Comedy – Sommore – continues to break records with her stand-up act, performing to sold-out audiences across the country. With her humorous, frank and fearless wit, this Queen of Comedy tackles everything from mundane politics to controversial life issues. Tickets range from $32.50-42.50. Listen to Sommore here.

Friday, October 14, 8 PM – The iconic John Hiatt (presented by Bob Nocek Presents) performs an intimate, acoustic concert. Tickets $45. VIP packages are available. Listen to John here.

Saturday, October 15, 8 PM – The Clayton Center’s 2016-17 season opens with Pat Hazell in The Wonder Bread Years, a fresh and funny salute to Americana. Tickets $25. Find more info here.

We finish out the month with the Clayton Piano Festival on October 22 and Decades Rewind on October 28. Check back for more information on these events later this month.