Weekend Events 1/25/13 – Live music, dancing, and plays
Global Game Jam is the world’s largest annual game jam event – come join us, form a team, and try to develop a game in 48 hours along with thousands of other developers around the world!
TEGAN AND SARA Live at the National @ 8 PM
Godfrey’s Idol – Pump @ 10PM
Do you have what it takes to become the next big thing in Richmond? Come show us what you’ve got! Join hosts Heveanleigh Kennedy and Daisy Stockton at -PUMP- and compete for top spot in Godfrey’s Idol! The contest is open to Kings, Queens, and any other style of entertainer. Is Richmond ready for what you’ve got?
Contestants should sign up at Godfrey’s between 9:30 and 10:00pm the third Saturday of the month. You must bring your own music and be prepared to TURN IT OUT! Participation is limited to the first 6 contestants.asdasdafasfasdasfasfsdafasdfasdgasvsadvasdasdafasfasdasfasfsdafasdfasdgasvsadv
A night of socializing, drinking, dancing, or just chillin’ with the coolest euro-lounge vibe in the city!
Euro/World/Indi/Lounge beats by Enzo.
This has happened before, but this time it’s BIG !
Who will win ?Southwork is on tour with a new album !
But Paul Ivey and the Rubes are ready to DESTROY !
While herschel Stratego will perform an anti gun-violence set.
Come see the mayhem at THE NILE
for ZERO DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS !
Saturday night, January 26th, 2012
Bring a friend to get in for TWICE AS FREE !
by John W. Lowell
suggested by Henry James “Washington Square”
Directed by Keith Fitzgerald
featuring Max Ehrlich, Trevor Kimball, Craig Smith and Sean WylandYoung heir Cal is desperately in love with handsome model Maurizio. His father, Dr. Sloper, does not approve of his son’s possibly gold-digging suitor, while his gay uncle Lawrence does everything he can to bring the young couple together. A new play by the author of RTP’s Taken In, Sheridan Square puts a new spin on Henry James’ classic Washington Square ( which was made into the stage play and film The Heiress.)
One performance only; tickets $5; free to subscribers.
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