Take Me Out continues its run at Richmond Triangle Players on 1300 Altamont Avenue with shows Friday and Saturday. After the show hop to Godfrey’s for ICONS or over to Nations for their first 18 and up Friday night dance party. Starting next week, the club will be 18+ on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday.
Not to be confused with the Lesbian Food Festival, take an afternoon drive on Saturday to the West End’s Lebanese Food Festivaland try the meat pies, stuffed squash, hummus and baklava.
On Saturday, First Unitarian Universalist, present their production of The Laramie Project. The church will be collection donations to benefit the Matthew Shepard Foundation. Can’t go Saturday? There’s a performance Sunday as well.
After dark, it’s Boys Night Out at Godfrey’s, Flashback at Babes, more dancing at Nations. Dance to the latest hip hop at Club Colours at 534.
On Sunday, start your day sunny side up with Godfrey’s Drag Brunch. Take a nap before heading out to karaoke at Barcode or have dinner and meet some new friends at Weezie’s Kitchen with the LGBT Professionals Meetup Group.
And there really isn’t a Lesbian Food Festival…but how fun would that be?
Richmond Triangle Players and Virginia Pride have united to bring one of the country’s most acclaimed comedian/monologists (and one fierce drag queen!) to Richmond when Miss Coco Peru takes the RTP stage on Thursday and Friday, March 30 & 31 at 8 pm in A Gentle Reminder: Coco’s Guide to a Somewhat Happy Life. Ever since becoming a YouTube sensation Coco Peru has been inundated with emails from people of all [...]