5 things to do in Boston this week

Sip on rosé, see Dave Chappelle and Jon Stewart bring the laughs and more.
Things to do in Boston this week
Jon Stewart and Dave Chappelle are coming to town. Photo by Getty Images

Workweeks can be just as fun as the weekend, as long as you know what’s going on in the city. Cure your case of the Mondays and discover all the fun things to do in Boston this week. From legendary comics to rosé parties, here are five events you don’t want to miss.

 

Things to do in Boston this week

‘The Man Who Laughs’

 

Head to the Coolidge Corner Theatre on Monday for a special screening of the 1928 classic “The Man Who Laughs.” Universal Pictures commissioned an original score for the silent flick by the Berklee Silent Film Orchestra, who’ll be on hand to perform as part of the Coolidge’s Sounds of Silents series.

 

June 11, 7 p.m., Coolidge Corner Theatre, 290 Harvard St., Brookline, $23, coolidge.org

 

Dave Chappelle & Jon Stewart

Two of the best comics in the game are kicking off their limited tour with three nights of shows at the Wang Theatre this week. See Dave Chappelle and Jon Stewart bring the laughs when they come to Boston June 11 through 13. While tickets to Monday’s show are sold out, there are still some seats available for performances on Tuesday and Wednesday.

June 11-13, Wang Theatre, 270 Tremont St., Boston, $79.75+, bochcenter.org

roofTOP Chefs

Out of all the things to do in Boston this week, this may be the tastiest. The Colonnade Hotel’s executive chef Nick Calias kicks off his culinary rooftop pop-up series on Tuesday night. Enjoy cookout-style bites by the pool, including dishes created by special guests, starting with Food Network star Chef Plum on June 12. 100 percent of the proceeds will go to benefit Share Our Strength No Kid Hungry.

June 12, 5:30 p.m., Roof Top Pool at the Colonnade Hotel, 120 Huntington Ave., Boston, $30, colonnadehotel.com/roof-top-pool

Things to do in Boston this week Rooftop

‘Hamilton’ stars at Symphony Hall

A pair of stars from the hit show “Hamilton” are coming to the Hub this week to perform with the Boston Pops. Tony Award winner Renée Elise Goldsberry and Phillipa Soo will join conductor Keith Lockhart for three nights of shows beginning on Tuesday.

June 12-14, Symphony Hall, 301 Massachusetts Ave., $37+, bso.org

Rosé all the Ways

Get your rosé on at Earls Kitchen + Bar this week. The Prudential Center restaurant is hosting a summer kick-off party on its rooftop patio on Wednesday night. The festivities include a photo booth, plus complimentary tastes of Earls’ new menu additions. Throughout the month of June, the Back Bay hotspot will also have glasses of rosé available for $5.

June 13, 5 p.m.-9 p.m., Earls Kitchen + Bar, 800 Boylston St., earls.ca

 
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