Whether you’re in the mood for art, drag shows or watermelon, there’s a lot going on this weekend.
Take the First Fridays Artwalk on Broad St. and make sure to head to Corporate Museum & Frame for “Contrast, Collaboration, Transcendence,” an art show benefitting Equality Virginia. Also of note is “Fashion Show” at Studio 8 West, which features fashions repurposed from Diversity Thrift clothing.
This weekend is your last chance to see the musical “Company of Angels” at the Richmond Triangle Players theater. The show takes on universal issues such as loss, love, hope and forgiveness and turns them into heart-warming fun.
If dancing the night away is your thing, hit the town Saturday night for Boy’s Night Out at Godfrey’s, DJ Jesse James Felice at Nations, Club Colours at Club 534 or DJ Flashback at Babe’s.
On Sunday, head over to Carytown for the Watermelon Festival with plenty of live music, vendors, games and, of course, delicious watermelon. Make sure to hit Babe’s for all the Jello shots.
End the weekend with a red carpet affair at the Diva Den Premiere Party at the Harlem Cafe with your host Zakia Jemaceye. The night will feature drag entertainers from around the city.
Tonight at 5:30 pm across the country, an estimated 700 theaters will participate in an event called The Ghostlight Project. On the eve of the 45th Presidential inauguration, ranging from Broadway to regional academic or community theaters, people will gather to symbolically create light for what they perceive as dark times ahead. Theaters like Virginia [...]