arts

Guild Hall will present an encore screening of the Donmar Warehouse’s London production of “Les Liaisons Dangereuses” as part of its National Theater Live series, on Saturday evening at 7. The play was adapted by Christopher Hampton from Choderlos de Laclos’s 1782 novel of sex, intrigue, and betrayal in pre-revolutionary France that scandalized...
Carlos Lama, a D.J., vinyl enthusiast, and audio engineer from Sag Harbor who has been a fixture on the East End music scene since moving here from Texas in 2010, will host the next Artists and Writers Night at Almond restaurant in Bridgehampton, on Tuesday at 7 p.m.
The long and winding road from Uruguay to East Hampton has taken Aurelio Torres to many places conducive to two of his passions, painting and windsurfing.
Arlene Bujese has had a long association with East End artists through several galleries and independent projects. This history has made her partnership with the Southampton Cultural Center successful for all concerned.
Guild Hall’s 31st Academy of the Arts Lifetime Achievement Award dinner will take place on March 8 from 6 to 10 p.m. at the Rainbow Room in Manhattan. Each year the academy honors notable figures in the performing, visual, and literary arts who are either part-time or full-time residents of the East End.
The Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor will rock this weekend with “All the Hits: The Beatles and the Rolling Stones,” two tribute concerts set for tomorrow and Saturday at 8 p.m. Tomorrow’s concert will focus on the bands’ early years, 1960 to 1966; Saturday’s will highlight their music from 1967 and after.
Clifford Ross has a busy week ahead. On Saturday at 8 p.m., imagery from the multimedia artist’s abstract video “Harmonium Mountain” will accompany a performance by Julian Rachlin of Beethoven’s violin sonatas 1, 6, 9, and 10 in the Kaufmann Concert Hall at Manhattan’s 92nd Street Y. Tickets are $35 and up, $25 for patrons under 35.
Sag Harbor’s John Jermain Memorial Library will present “1966: Cinema Breaks Free,” a series of three influential films from that pivotal year, and a related lecture.
An encore screening of the National Theatre’s London production of “Jane Eyre,” adapted from Charlotte Bronte’s novel, will take place Saturday at 7 p.m. at Guild Hall. Sally Cookson’s production, hailed by The Financial Times as “witty, impassioned, and bold,” was first staged by the Bristol Old Vic last year before moving to the National.