Indy Film Fest


Hugh Laurie :: actor, touring musician

Did you know that Dr. House is in a band? True story. Actor Hugh Laurie, who stars in THE ORANGES (opening the festival on Thursday night!), is a pretty talented guy. So much so that when he's not acting, he's touring with is band.

Hugh Laurie & The Copper Bottom Band are making their way to Indianapolis on Wednesday August 22, performing at The Palladium. And we've got your hook up. Anyone attending Opening Night is automatically entered to win two tickets to the show! Just be sure you get your raffle ticket before you head into the theater.

Intrigued? Here's more about Laurie as musician:

He may be known for playing the irascibly brilliant Dr. Gregory House on the hit TV show “House,” or the undeniable love interest in the film “Oranges,” Hugh Laurie also has an impressive musical side. On his recent album, “Let Them Talk,” the multi-faceted performer puts his personal stamp on the music of his favorite bluesmen, including Leadbelly, Willie Dixon and Robert Johnson.

You can learn more about the event here. Then get your Opening Night tickets here. And you may just leave with concert tickets!

This great opportunity made possible by our friends at The Palladium at the Center for the Performing Arts.

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