LA-TI-DO Opens A New Era at James Hoban’s Irish Restaurant & Bar Tonight From 8-11 PM

TONIGHT FROM 8-11 PM

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IN ITS NEW HOME:

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James Hoban’s Irish Restaurant & Bar

1 Dupont Circle, NW

(202) 223-8440

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It’s that time of week again for La-Ti-Do

TONIGHT JANUARY 12, 2015 FROM 8-11 PM

We kick off 2015 at our new home: James Hoban’s Irish Restaurant & Bar and welcome our inaugural partner: Keegan Theatre and monthly spoken word feature, comedian Vijai Nathan

Vijai Nathan.
Vijai Nathan.

Weekly Spoken Word feature: J. Scales

Guest Performers: “The Andrew Keegan Sisters” – Paige Felix, Autumn Seavey Hicks & Emily Levey, Andres Gallego, Joshua Morgan, Rebecca Ritzel, TwoDeep the Poet, and Chris Moke

Don Michael Mendoza, left, and Regie Cabico.
Don Michael Mendoza, left, and Regie Cabico.

Hosts: Don Mike Mendoza & Regie Cabico
Accompanists: Jonathan Tuzman

*** Have dinner at James Hoban’s Irish Restaurant & Bar, spend at least $25, show your receipt at the door and pay only $7 per person for admission ***

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$15 General Admission at the door
$10 with advance Event Brite RSVP
$7 Student Rate with ID
$5 for non-performing LTD Alumni.
Doors open at 7:55 PM for an 8 PM start.

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WINNER of DC Metro Theater Arts’ Special Award in 2012, 2013, and 2014

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This is the 3rd straight year that we have honored Don Michael Mendoza and Regie Cabico’s La-Ti-Do. As they are about to start a new chapter in their new venue-James Hoban’s Irish Restaurant and Bar – 1 Dupont Circle, NW, in Washington, DC, starting Monday, January 12, 2015 at 8 pm.

La-Ti-Do has filled a void in the DC arts scene, with their weekly cabaret performances of music and spoken word. Their events not only simultaneously showcased up-and-coming and professional artists, but they fostered the community of artists in the DC/MD/VA area.

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Here is La-Ti-Do’s New Home! An Interview with Don Michael Mendoza and Regie Cabico by Joel Markowitz