From arts and crafts to drag queens to naked boys, there’s a lot to do this Memorial Day weekend.
Fourth Friday invades New York Deli for a night and family and friends enjoying good drinks and good company. Rumor has it that there will be cupcakes.
All-girl rock band Tonic Jane will be playing the pre-game entertainment for the Richmond Flying Squirrels on Friday at 6 p.m. Come early to dance and sing along with all your favorite classic rock and party tunes.
This weekend is also your last chance to see the Richmond Triangle Players‘ production of “Take Me Out.” There’s plenty of drama and humor to see. And there’s also full-on male nudity.
On Friday and Saturday at Gallery 5, the ladies of Cherry Bomb present RVyAy!, a two-day extravaganza of records, vintage and arts and crafts to benefit Gallery 5 and Books on Wheels. There will be live music, drinks and plenty of locally made goods.
Not ready to call it a weekend just yet? Join Esta Bunny and Tiffany Devereaux on Sunday as they present a night of drag and pride with “Esta Bunny’s Trailer Trash Drag Show” at Babe’s of Carytown. Enjoy performances by Trailer Court members and a few guests. All proceeds will go to Virginia Pride.
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 [...]