This month, the improv comedy group features GayRVA.com Editor & Publisher Kevin Clay as the subject of the laughs. He’ll be sharing embarrassing dating stories and more from a private journal he kept years ago. Doors open at 8 p.m. Gallery 5, 200 W. Marshall St., $7.
Second Fridays at the 2300 Club
Venture to Church Hill to the posh and historical 2300 Club for a happy hour benefitting the Gay Community Center of Richmond. The 2300 Club is located at 2218 E. Grace Street. 6 p.m. – 9 p.m.
The Richmond Triangle Players latest offering takes on the rise of the mega-church movement in Colorado Springs as it is shaken up by a sex scandal. For tickets and show times, visit http://rtriangle.org.
Add a little more culture to your weekend with the Richmond Symphony’s latest addition to their Masterworks series. The symphony is generously offering 50% off to the performance to GayRVA readers using the discount code “GAYRVA” at checkout here.
The Gay Community Center hosts a film screening and discussion of this documentary about the fight to desegregate public schools in Virginia. GLSEN cosponsors the event in honor of Martin Luther King Day. GCCR Classroom, 1407 Sherwood Avenue, 5 p.m. – 7 p.m., Free.