Whether you you like drag queens or just spending time with good friends, there is plenty going on this weekend.
Tonight, get together with your friends and head over to Church Hill for Second Fridays at the 2300 Club. Second Fridays will have an Irish theme for March, featuring complimentary Irish themed hors d’oeuvres, a special Irish concoction, and new for this month – specials on domestic beers. DJ, Spencer Gervasoni will be spinning and transforming the atmosphere of the 2300 Club. Get more info>>
Tonight also marks the kickoff of the comedy “A Thousand Clowns” playing at Barksdale Theatre Hanover Tavern. Tired of writing cheap comedy gags, a children’s television star (played by Scott Wichmann) finds himself unemployed with plenty of free time to pursue his dreams. It’s filled with plenty of laughter and heart. Get more info>>
On Saturday night, join the Gay Community Center of Richmond for a night of board games and video games. This is for all ages so bring your kids, parents and anyone you want. Get more info>>
The Richmond Men’s and Women’s Choruses will present “The Great American Songbook” on Sunday at Ginter Park Presbyterian Church. The concert features works sung by the individual and combined choruses and includes songs made famous by George Gershwin, Cole Porter, Irving Berlin, Duke Ellington and more. Get more info>>
What captures your heart and fuels your passion? Your family, music, art, an end to injustice? Come hear the Richmond Women’s Chorus explore Music of the Heart. The Richmond Women’s Chorus, under the direction of Anthony Blake Clark, now in its 7th season, presents “Music of the Heart” capturing life’s journey and the songs of passion that express [...]