This Weekend: 1/18/13
Alright folks – shake the snow off and get the hell out there – here’s whats going on and a little queer this weekend:
Ladies Night: The Manly Matinee - 6PM @ Richmond CenterStage (8 PM show sold out)
From the event’s site:
All-male revue of local talent and the first burlesque show held at a CenterStage venue has sold out. But fear not! We have added a second show–Ladies Night: The Manly Matinee. Like an encore before the show, this appealing appetizer, this sultry snack will begin at 7pm (doors open at 6pm). Tickets are $7.50 in advance and $10 at the door. We strongly urge you to buy online. Amazing cast members from the main show will perform one act for your viewing pleasure. TFW Burlesque (aka Those Freaking Weirdos) will bring you the finest male burlesque, vaudeville, sideshow & acrobatic performers in Richmond and beyond!
Come celebrate our exciting 2013 Acts of Faith Theatre Festival – free and open to the public! So many theatres and so many plays, and each one will be giving a preview of their show for the festival!
Friday, January 18th, 7pm at the Sarah Belle & Neil November Theatre (formerly the Empire), 114 West Broad Street, Richmond, VA
Part of the Acts of Faith Inspired Theater Festival
View Find Opening Reception - 7PM @ PAGE BOND GALLERY
Artists include: Virginia Beahan, Glen McClure, Holly Morrison, Emmet Godwin, and more
Emmet Gowin, Edith and Moth Flight, 2002, Digital inkjet print with ultra chrome inks on arches 100% cotton paper, 9 3/4 x 9 3/4 inches
PAGE BOND GALLERY
1625 WEST MAIN STREET
NEW YEAR = NEW QUEER. SHAKE OFF YR WINTER BLUEZ.
DJS MIKE + HAIRSDRESSER ON FIRE SPINNING RECORDS FOR DANCING.
INDIE ELECTRO PUNK ROCK DISCO HOUSE TRASH POP AND MORE.
FREE / 21 & UP / 10 TO LATE.
STRANGE MATTER IS DA SPOT.
Divas and Dinner – 6PM @ Godfrey’s
Coming this Saturday night Jan. 19th 2012 Godfrey’s Va Special Edition to “The Double D! Diva’s and Dinner” Seats STILL AVAILABLE Call 804-549-9512 to make your free reservation. See ya at the show!
Comedy at Pie - 8 PM @ Pie
Read more here
Comedy at Pie is a weekly open-mic that starts 8PM downstairs at Pie.
To sign up; reply via Facebook to our weekly “who wants to perform” post.
From the event page:
I hope you are ready for Saturday because it is going to be an insane night. Huge Rumors Dance Party at Cous Cous located at 900 Franklin street. DJ LONGJAWNS fresh off a plane from Miami. 21+ Free. Get there early it will hit capacity at 11pm and you will be sitting in the cold outside while we are gettin in on the dance floor.
A night of socializing, drinking, and dancing with a euro-lounge vibe!
Euro/World/Indi/Lounge beats by Enzo.
Discoball – 6PM @ Nu Nightclub
From the event page:
Come party Sunday January 20th at the 2nd annual Disco Ball benefiting Richmond mens and Richmond women’s chorus. An exciting evening featuring live auction, raffle, hot gogo dancers, and epic performances by Vada Kaye, Michelle Livigne and Millenium Snow. Come decked out in your favorite disco wear for a groovy costume contest and crowning of the disco king and queen for 2013! Enjoy delicious food, amazing drinks and a party to remember with the Richmond Mens and Richmond Women’s Chorus to GALA Festival 2016. 18 and up to attend.
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