This weekend: ‘Black Nativity,’ night market, Leonard Cohen tribute and more

Photo courtesy of Jason Roberts
Photo courtesy of Jason Roberts

The Oak Cliff Society of Fine Arts offers a concert with Matt Tolentino, featuring music from the 1920s starting at 7 p.m. Thursday.

“Black Nativity” opens at the Bishop Arts Theatre Center Thursday, when tickets cost $12. The show runs through Dec. 18.

Little D Markets throws a party at the Better Block Friday, Dec. 9. The Holiday Nachtmarket includes 40 local vendors, hot mulled wine and holiday music, from 6-10 p.m. at the Better Block headquarters on West Davis.

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The North Oak Cliff Library hosts an evening of jazz and spoken word outdoors from 7-9 p.m. Friday. Bring blankets to this free family friendly event that includes music from Percussion Things and poetry by Brandon Jackson. In case of rain, the event will move inside the library.

The Texas Theatre offers a two-night salute to Leonard Cohen with “I’m Your Man” Friday and “One of Us Cannot be Wrong” Saturday.

Bruce Robison and Kelly Willis perform two holiday-themed shows at The Kessler Saturday.

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