UNION HALL COFFEEHOUSE
UNION HALL COFFEEHOUSE makes its home inside The First Religious Society, a UU Welcoming Church located at 27 School Street in Carlisle, MA. It is non-profit and completely run by volunteers. Joining a revival of coffeehouses in churches across our land, the Union Hall Coffeehouse is a world music and dance venue in a totally secular setting, that showcases local, national and international performers on a monthly basis, in a cabaret-like atmosphere, with large and small candle-lit tables, a BYOB policy, (if adults are so inclined), and great, light food, gourmet pizzas, decadent desserts and fair-traded coffees and teas from the Union Hall Cafe, run by Dian Francesca Cuccinello, a professional and seasoned chef who is also the Producer of the coffeehouse. Considered "A hidden gem in the heart of Carlisle..." the intimate setting and musicianship of the artists nourishes the heart, mind, body and soul (not to mention all the happy, tapping feet and dancing that it all brings on!) The delectable food, great coffee, and wonderful music makes Coffeehouse nights in Union Hall a friendly "gathering place" for family, friends and neighbors, especially those who are reluctant or just too tired to leave the Concord-Carlisle area for the trek into town to pay outrageous ticket prices, parking fees, and of course, dining out. We're right here on the hill in the center of town. Tickets are sold at the door, and online at www.unionhallcoffeehouse.com or through www.mktix.com Performances and ticket prices are subject to change. We are handicap accessible at the Church St. entrance, where there is an elevator up to the coffeehouse. ALL ARE WELCOME HERE.