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That’s how this whole thing started. They called it “Supper Club” when they started it in Tennessee, but since they’ve moved into their long row of rooms on Elm it’s been rechristened “Greensboro Grub,” and the Joneses try to hold it down once a month.

The premise is simple: Come to meet and eat, and afterwords share in an old-style evening of entertainment, salon-style, in the performance space.

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Peculiar People In the News

Jazz musical adds diversity to the season

Jazz musical adds diversity to the season

Jeri Rowe of News & Record explores our diverse and exciting jazz musical, “Merry Christmas & All That Jazz”.

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Greensboro Grub - News & Record

Greensboro Grub - News & Record

News & Record takes an in depth look at the Greensboro Grub.  The detailed account takes a look at prep work, appetizers, the main course,… read more.

Deck the Halls Victorian Style - News & Record

Deck the Halls Victorian Style - News & Record

Only God could arrange such a fine article for our first major performance in Greensboro!  Our major local newspaper (the News & Record) send… read more.

Downtown Digs: Peculiar People - 99 Blocks

Downtown Digs: Peculiar People - 99 Blocks

We were so excited to have been chosen by a local downtown magazine, 99 Blocks for a section they call “Downtown Digs.”  They came… read more.

Greensboro’s Peculiar People - Latitude

Greensboro’s Peculiar People - Latitude

This personal and revealing article appeared in a local Arts and Entertainment magazine about Peculiar People.  Latitude Magazine has readership… read more.

A very different sort of dinner party - YES! Weekly

A very different sort of dinner party - YES! Weekly

Another exciting article written about Greensboro Grub and the “wonders” thereof.  Brian Clarey, the editor of Yes! Weekly is the King… read more.