An intimate BYOB that features live music, artists, comedians, comedic plays, photographers, and eclectic films, up close and personal.
The Living Room At 35 East is a modern listening room with couches, comfortable chairs and pillows. Bring a bottle of wine , beer or cocktail and listen to some of your favorite artists, comedians, films, plays or poetry.
Since our space is small the performances are especially intimate.
The Living Room is Located In the heart of Ardmore surrounded by restaurants, bars and shops, and parking is available in the municipal lot next door to our venue. Or you can take the train to the Ardmore Train Station and walk one block down Lancaster Ave.
Our doors open at 7:00pm and our shows start at 8:00pm. We request that you arrive early in order not to disturb the performances. We look forward to having you join us in our Living Room!
Tickets can be purchased in advance online or at the door.
Tickets can be purchased online in advance or at the venue.
Marion Halliday, and her band Trickster Sister, is proud purveyor of their own special blend of bluegrass and bourbon-infused original women-powered, Americana. As described by John Gage, host of WFPK 91.9 Public Radio Show Kentucky Homefront, "the group brings together their diverse talents to create an enticing blend of indie, folk, and bluegrass musical styles, with lush vocal harmonies over-top
Meghan Cary serves up award-winning original tunes with incredible vocal power and stage presence. Think Melissa Etheridge singing Bruce Springsteen songs to a Paul Simon Groove.
"Seek this one out." - Billboard Magazine
Lisa Jeanette is a native Philadelphian and songwriter, and has recently released her debut album, Chasing Happy. Lisa’s songs are often inspired by local geography and other artists’ works. Songs like Kensington Blues and Lansdowne reflect her local flair. She is currently working on new songs to be released as singles, so stay tuned for more! She blogs regularly on www.lisajeanette.com, and you can find her music on iTunes, GooglePlay and Spotify.
Throughout his two-and-a-half-decade recording career, Jeffrey Gaines has maintained an impressive standard for soul-searching, introspective lyrics and catchy, uplifting melodies.
Since bursting on the scene with his self-titled 1992 debut album, the charismatic singer-songwriter-guitarist has built a beloved body of recordings thats won him a large and deeply devoted international fan base.
Now, after an extended absence from the recording studio, Gaines returns with Alright, his first Omnivore Recordings release and his first set of new studio material since 2003s Toward the Sun. Street date is January 26, 2018.
Dan Kauffman has been making music in the Philadelphia area since 2002. While performing with Glim Dropper, Christine Havrilla, Dan May, Adam Monaco, the Night Of Stardust Band, and other talented acts, he finds time to write and record original acoustic music. This "unplugged" performance will include songs from every era and a few choice favorites. Joining him will be West Chester native Colin McGetrick. Colin writes and performs with power-trio, WaveRadio.
Sunday School Dropouts is an NYC based sketch comedy group that knows life can be messed up. But that's where the funny is. The team dissects social norms and fame to show that most people don't have it together, nor should anyone be taken too seriously. Sunday School Dropouts is your aunt who never gives the answer people expect, but keeps getting invited back for exactly that reason. The Sunday School Dropouts are Sam Sutton, Aaron Porchia, Kimmie Leathers, Ashley Carr, Susan Burns, and Kevin Allen.
Jennifer Blaine has been performing her original one-woman shows, recording voice-overs, and acting in classic and contemporary plays since the early 1990's.
She has opened for George Carlin and performed with Chris Rock, and Joe Piscopo.
Blaine was featured on ABC's Philly After Midnight: Women Comedians and on CBS news.
"Perhaps the best way to explain [Julia] would be if Norah Jones, Tom Waits, Billie Holiday, and Lyle Lovett had a musical orgy and let you watch behind a curtain of burning lace and a whiskey waterfall. I'll bring the unfiltered cigarettes, you bring your soul." - Out of Print Magazine
Julia Othmer is a "captivating" piano-playing singer/songwriter known for her energetic live performances. Tracks from her critically acclaimed debut album, Oasis Motel, have been featured on such shows as Witches of East End, Switched at Birth, The Lying Game, Army Wives, Party of Five, and DeGrassi: The Next Generation and earned her songwriting awards from the Billboard World Song Contest and the International Songwriting Competition. Julia performed on the 2010 Lilith Fair tour (alongside such greats as Sarah McLachlan, Emmylou Harris, Heart, and Ingrid Michaelson). She has shared the stage with Regina Spektor, Amos Lee, and John Waite among others.
Stay tuned for these future shows at The Living Room!
May 11th - Nik Everett
May 12th - Almshouse, and Kicking Down Doors
May 18th - The Tree Rats
May 19th - Laura Mann
May 25th - Stevie and the Bluescasters
May 26th - Secret Cinema with Jay Schwartz
June 1st - Craig Bickhardt
June 2nd - Deb Callahan
June 8th - Suppose An Eyes (poetry group.)
June 14th - Philadelphia Songwriters Circle
June 15th - Shayna Ryan, and Jonni Levi
June 16th - Lizanne Knott
June 22nd - Greg Farnese Trio
June 23rd - Matt Roach
- Philly.com, February 23, 2018
- The Town Dish, February 28, 2018
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