Hotlist October 29 – November 4

Count Orlok’s Haunted House

In October, Count Orlok’s Nightmare Gallery undergoes a metamorphosis. We have 2 different personalities that rear their ugly heads. The Dr. Jeckyll side is the normal, self guided, easy paced, NO-SCARE, museum portion. Then, experience the Mr. Hyde portion, where the museum falls victim to a curse! This is Salem’s BEST HAUNTED HOUSE HANDS DOWN!

285 Derby Street, Salem
10am until 2pm
Tickets: $13 Adults (ages 13 and over) $11 Children and College Students | nightmaregallery.com

Tales of Terror with Tony Toledo

These Ghost Stories will stay with you long after you’ve left Salem.  After hearing The Tongue of the Dead you just might find it hard to kiss your sweetheart.  After hearing The Grave Yard Rats you might never walk alone in a cemetery again.  After you’ve heard Captain Murder you might decide not to have pie for dessert after all. Show is 45 minutes long; tickets will be available at the door 15 minutes before show time.

Tuesday, October 30
First Universalist Church, Anna Hill Room
211 Bridge Street, Salem
7pm until 9pm
Tickets: $20

Devil’s Night at Rockafellas

Rockafellas will become a haunted extravaganza! Dress your best and you will not get cut from the A-List. Best costume receives $300 cash. Other prizes will be given-couples, scariest, funniest, most unique and other runner up categories. Featuring the band Lucky 13 and DJ Scotty Mac spinning upstairs.

Wednesday, October 31
231 Essex Street, Salem
7pm until 11:30pm
Tickets: $20 | RockafellasofSalem.com

Halloween Finale Fireworks

Celebrate the end of another fantastic Salem Haunted Happenings festival with fireworks over the North River.

Wednesday, October 31
Washington Street at Bridge Street, Salem
10pm until 10:30pm
Tickets: FREE

Salem Winter Farmers’ Market

Salem Winter Farmers’ Market starts November 1! The Salem Farmers’ Market is moving into Old Town Hall for the first time. The Winter Market will include produce from local farms, fresh baked goods, flavored organic butter, mushrooms, soup, artisan soap and more. All items must be grown or produced in New England. There will be 20 vendors at the Winter Market and will run eight weeks on Thursdays from 3 – 6 p.m.

Thursday, November 1
Old Town Hall
32 Derby Square, Salem
3pm until 6pm
Tickets: FREE | salemfarmersmarket.org

Crane Estate Art Show & Sale Preview Party

Be among the first to view and purchase fabulous submissions to the Crane Estate Art Show & Sale at this lovely annual preview party. Enjoy amazing artwork, a beautiful setting, catered hors d’oeuvres, and an open bar. Meet the artists who created the works, too!

Friday, November 2
Castle Hill on the Crane Estate
290 Argilla Road, Ipswich
7pm until 10pm
Tickets: $50 for members, $60 for nonmembers | thetrustees.org/crane-estate/

North Shore Music Theatre Presents GUYS AND DOLLS

Bill Hanney’s award winning North Shore Music Theatre presents an all-new sizzling production of GUYS AND DOLLS opening October 30, and playing through Sunday, November 11. With its unforgettable songs and a cast of gamblers, gals and gangsters, GUYS AND DOLLS is musical entertainment you can bet on!

Saturday, November 3
North Shore Music Theatre
62 Dunham Road, Beverly
8pm until 10pm
Tickets: $40-$70 | nsmt.org

According to Tip by Dick Flavin

Just the mention of the name “Tip O’Neill” brings a smile to the faces of most Democrats and Republicans alike. Dick Flavin will bring the political legend to life with his one-man show “According to Tip” at the Firehouse Center for the Arts this Friday-Sunday at 8pm, and this Saturday-Sunday at 3pm.

Sunday, November 4
Firehouse Center for the Arts
Market Square, Newburyport
3pm and 8pm
Tickets: Adults $35; Members/Seniors $30; Students $20 | firehouse.org

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