Lea DeLaria Club a Hit in Provincetown

The Club fuses the best of jazz with great cooking and great acts

Provincetown, MA, - Singer, comedian, and actor Lea DeLaria teamed up with jazz restauranteur Frank Christopher of NYC’s Smoke Jazz & Supper Club, to open The Club, Provincetown’s newest nightclub with a lineup that is already wowing the Cape.

“I’m really excited to have the performers we have coming up, like Emily Skinner and Kate McGarry,” says Christopher, “but what I’m particularly proud of is Lezlie Harrison’s Monday night residency. Backed by her Hammond Organ Trio, the audience is eating her up, giving her a standing ovation.”

The Club offers two shows nightly; after 10:15 there’s no cover charge, and  “People can come in and hear live entertainment from world-class jazz musicians, have a drink and small noshes until we close,” says DeLaria. On hot nights, patrons may choose to sit outside on the reclaimed patio with lights on the bay.

The lineup for the next month includes:

  •       Friday 8/2 – Kate McGarry Quintet/Club House Band
  •       Saturday 8/3 - Kate McGarry Quintet/Club House Band
  •       Sunday 8/4 - Kate McGarry Quintet/Club House Band
  •       Monday 8/5 - Lezlie Harrison & Great American Soulbook
  •       Wednesday 8/7 – Natalie Joy Johnson & Brian Nash/ Jam Session Bart Weisman Trio
  •       Thursday 8/8 – Lea DeLaria/Club House Band
  •       Friday 8/9 - Lea DeLaria/Club House Band
  •       Saturday 8/10 - Lea DeLaria/Club House Band
  •       Sunday 8/11- Lea DeLaria/Club House Band
  •       Monday 8/12 - Lezlie Harrison & Great American Soulbook/Club House Band
  •       Wednesday 8/14 - Natalie Joy Johnson & Brian Nash/ Jam Session Bart Weisman Trio
  •       Thursday 8/15 – The Club House Band
  •       Friday 8/16 - The Club House Band
  •       Saturday 8/17 - The Club House Band
  •       Sunday 8/18 – The Club House Band
  •       Monday 8/19 - Lezlie Harrison & Great American Soulbook/Club House Band
  •       Wednesday 8/21 - Natalie Joy Johnson & Brian Nash/ Jam Session Bart Weisman Trio
  •       Thursday 8/22 - Lea DeLaria/Club House Band
  •       Friday 8/23 - Lea DeLaria/Club House Band
  •       Saturday 8/24 - Lea DeLaria/Club House Band
  •       Sunday 8/25 - Lea DeLaria/Club House Band
  •       Monday 8/26 - Lezlie Harrison & Great American Soulbook/Club House Band
  •       Wednesday 8/28 - Natalie Joy Johnson & Brian Nash/ Jam Session Bart Weisman Trio
  •       Thursday 8/29 - Alan Cumming & Ari Shapiro/Club House Band
  •       Friday 8/30 - Alan Cumming & Ari Shapiro/Club House Band
  •       Saturday 8/31 - Alan Cumming & Ari Shapiro/Club House Band

“Lea and Frank and all the folks at The Club are committed to bring the best music and entertainment to Provincetown,” says ptownie founder Mike Miller. “We’re enthused about this collaboration and common mission and are looking forward to the rest of the Cape discovering this fabulous new nightspot.”

About The Club: Founded by Frank Christopher and Lea DeLaria, The Club is a a new kind of dining experience in the heart of Provincetown, Massachusetts. Eat, drink, and enjoy intimate performances from world-class entertainers in an idyllic seaside setting. The Club is open year-round,  see calendar for more information. Reservations can be made via InstantSeats or by calling 508-487-1527 during business hours. More at theclubptown.com.

About ptownie: Offering calendar, commerce, and community, ptownie.com provides Provincetown with year-round connections to arts, culture, business, merchants & artisans, and more, as well as delivering professional media services to local businesses. More at www.ptownie.com.    


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