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Join us! Dance and Dine with the Dead! The 1st and 2nd of November are the Mexican Days of the Dead, or Dia De Muertos (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Day_of_the_Dead) Cuisine en Locale is thrilled to death to welcome back Walter Sickert & The Army of Broken Toys to celebrate our lost loved ones together, with a Saturday night and Sunday matinee filled with delicious food, fantastic sights and wonderful sounds. November 1st - The First Day - $40 6pm: Mass Mex dinner buffet 8pm: Full band performance The Saturday Night ticket includes a full buffet of Cuisine en Locale's award winning Mass Mex dishes; mole made with Taza Chocolate, Stillman Farm pulled pork verde, house made pain de los muertos (bread of the dead) and so much more to satisfy your palette. Saturday Night entertainment will move around you and throughout the evening. It will include a traditional live mariachi band, and break out performers, culminating in a full scale performance by Walter Sickert and the Army of Broken Toys ---- November 2nd - The Second Day - $25 ($10 for under 12) 12pm: Taco brunch buffet & matinee performance by Walter Sickert and the Army of Broken Toys We invite you to celebrate the second day with an all you can eat taco brunch, and a special, matinee performance from The Army of Broken Toys. Bring the whole family, children under 12 are only $10!
Sounds Like: Tom Waits, Gogol Bordello, The Decemberists, Johnny Cash, Arcade Fire
Manager: Sarah Oliveira
Bio: "Walter Sickert & the Army of Broken Toys is a rollicking, raunchy sideshow of jolly, wheezing menace and delight. They roll in with their burlesque dancers, leers and winks and Hieronymus Bosch tableaus of living mannequins and props and while they play you accept decay, laugh at sex and revel i...See Full Bio
“The dirgey darkness of the Toys' art-rock rightly foretells that 28 Seeds — a musical coproduced by the Toys and avant-garde troupe Liars and Believers — ain't Guys and Dolls. Sickert's dreams of dystopia interfuse with a saga incorporating the proliferation of mechanical trees, nationalistic fury against Canada, a terrorist organization with a sexy secret, and a disembodied human brain that could save us all. ”