The Brooklyn Heights Cinema, 70 Henry Street (corner of Orange) will be showing Arbitrage, starring Richard Gere as a hedge fund magnate who gets into serious trouble, as well as Killer Joe and Ruby Sparks. Showtimes are here. Opening on Sunday is “Moonlights in the Windshield”, an exhibit of photographs by Inigo de Amescua. Looking ahead to Wednesday, the Cinema will present a stand-up comedy night starting at 9:00 p.m. Details are here.
Do you need some additions to your fall wardrobe? Do you love animals? J. McLaughlin, 218 Hicks Street (between Montague and Remsen) will donate 15% of sales this Saturday to the Brooklyn Bridge Animal Welfare Coalition. Dorothy of the BBAWC will be there from noon to 4:00 p.m. with some kittens you may cuddle and, if you wish, adopt.
Bargemusic, moored to the Fulton Ferry Pier at the foot of Old Fulton Street has a concert in the Here and Now series Friday evening starting at 8:00 featuring works by John Cage and other modern masters. It also has two concerts in the Masterworks series, Saturday evening at 8:00 and Sunday afternoon at 2:00, with the Primo Quartet and pianist Olga Vinokur performing works by Mozart, Schubert, and Taneyev. More details here. Admission for the Friday concert is $35 ($30 seniors, $15 students), and for the Saturday and Sunday concerts is $40 ($35 senior, $20 student). You may reserve seats by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org and pay at the door with cash or check, or you may buy tix in advance at the box office. Bargemusic will also have a free, family oriented Music in Motion concert Saturday afternoon at 3:00 (doors open at 2:30; no reservations are taken).
Don’t forget Smorgasburg at the Tobacco Warehouse on Sunday.