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featuring the work of different local and regional artists each month. Flying Monkey Movie House and Performance Center Plymouth (603) 536-2551 Revived by the owners of The Common Man Family of Restaurants, this historic venue hosts everything from film to rock concerts. North Country Center for the Arts/ Jean’s Playhouse Lincoln (603) 745-2141 A nonprofit organization supporting arts in northern New Hampshire that has performed for more than 150,000 audience members. Silver Center for the Arts Plymouth (603) 535-2787 Hosts plays, shows by nationally and regionally recognized musicians and performances by Plymouth State University’s student musicians.

Great North Woods Northern Forest Heritage Park Berlin (603) 752-7202 Located in the Androscoggin River Valley, this park preserves the

storied history of the Granite State’s Great North Woods region and also hosts a variety of outdoor activities and events. St. Kieran Community Arts Center Berlin (603) 752-1028 A charming performing arts venue. The Tillotson Center Colebrook (603) 237-8576 Part community heritage center, part performing arts venue and gallery.

Summer Theatre New Hampshire has a rich and historical summer theater tradition that, in some cases, dates back to the 1930s. Whether you love plays, musicals or operas, it’s all offered right here in New Hampshire. Andy’s Summer Playhouse Wilton (603) 654-2613 The innovative plays at Andy’s Summer Playhouse are performed by kids, but are meant to be enjoyed by those of all ages. The Barnstormers Theatre Tamworth

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(603) 323-8500 The longest-running professional summer theatres in the country. Interlakes Summer Theatre Meredith (603) 707-6035 This company seeks to bring the Lakes Region a wide variety of productions, from children’s theatre to old classics. New London Barn Playhouse New London (603) 526-6710 One of the oldest stock theatres in the country that opened in 1933. Opera North Lebanon (603) 448-4141 Opera North is a non-profit, professional opera company serving residents of the Upper Valley Region and beyond. Celebrating 36 seasons in 2017.

Peterborough Players Peterborough (603) 924-7585 Founded in 1933 and housed in a rustic barn. Now also offering a winter season. Weathervane Theatre Whitefield (603) 837-9322 Brining Broadway to the North Country for 52 years. Winnipesaukee Playhouse Meredith (603) 279-0333 The Playhouse is a non-profit, award-winning theatre churning out high-energy shows. Founded in 2004 it’s newer to the scene, but already making a huge impact.

Summer Theatre

The Palace Theatre Manchester A Newcomer’s Guide from the Experts at The playhouses and venues listed (603) 668-5588 here are some of our favorites, but This venue is open all year long, but you can find even more online at The Palace Professional Theatre for Children Series is a must for the Plus, you’ll find a current schedule younger crowd. A wonderful family of all the plays, musicals and opouting during school vacation time. eras happening at each venue.

A Newcomer’s Guide from the Experts at Discover New Hampshire’s Creative Side

Shop our fine craft A Newcomer’s Guide from the Experts at Fine Craft Galleries located in:

Center Sandwich (May-Oct) • Concord Hanover • Hooksett • Littleton Meredith • Nashua • North Conway Now Available! 2017 Annual Ornament Winter’s Waltz by Walker Boyle Clay Bowls by David Robinson

The Spring/Summer issue of New Hampshire Magazine’s BRIDE is on the newsstands. Inside you’ll find gorgeous photography, inspiration, New Hampshire venues, the latest gown styles and much more.

New Hampshire Magazine’s BRIDE is online at with extra features, etiquette tips, links to local resources, Real Wedding photos and more.

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Destination NH | 2017


Destination NH 2017  
Destination NH 2017