Get Out! Weekend Event Listing for 3/8
Bring cash for tips, we’ll have baskets out!
You never know what might happen, so hold on to your horses!
6:00 PM – Game Night @ Gay Community Center of Richmond
Come enjoy a fun evening of Board Games, Card Games, Wii and more. FREE EVENT! ALL AGES welcome! Light Refreshments Served
Hey Babe’s! It’s been a while!
Spread the word that we’ll be back on Friday, March 8th!
18+, $6, 9pm.
6:00 PM – Women in Beer Celebration @ Capital Ale House Richmond
Only $5 before 11p
A mature 21 + LGBT Event
Dress to Impress
$5 Blue Motorcycles and Long Islands All Night
2 PM Over The Tavern @ Hat Theatre
Talk back session held Sun. March 10th
In that most idealized period of 20th century America, the Eisenhower years of the 1950’s, the Pazinski family has a lot going on in their cramped Buffalo apartment. The youngest of the bunch, Rudy, is a wise- cracking kid who’s starting to question family values & the Roman Catholic Church, and when he announces to the ruler wielding Sister Clarissa that instead of being confirmed he’d rather shop around for a more “fun” religion, all hell breaks loose. A warm and hilarious look at family, growing up, and God.
3:30 PM – TheatreLAB Presents: RIDING THE BULL @ Gallery 5
by August Schulenburg
in association with Henley Street Theatre
as part of the Acts of Faith Festival
Directed by Sarah Roquemore
In sleepy Godsburg, Texas, a love-connection between fat Lyza, a loud-mouthed, hell-raising cattle rancher, and skinny GL, a simple-minded, God-fearing, rodeo clown, brings unexpected wealth to the previously down-and-out couple. But as GL & Lyza soon discover, money can’t buy everything, and sometimes we only realize what matters most after we’ve lost it all. As crass as it is charming, this quirky morality play mixes ribaldry and irreverence with the deeper themes of love, faith, and the transformation that comes when we meet God face to face.
Actor who plays DC movie’s Barry Allen/Flash is queer, has a band, and is playing Gallery 5 this weekend
Ezra Miller, star of movies like We Need to Talk About Kevin and DC’s new Justice League movies, has dipped his toes into musical waters and his band, Sons of Illustrious Father, is on your and stopping in RVA this weekend. If you’ve followed Mille, you know he’s managed to successfully pick weird (see We Need to Talk [...]March 3, 2017
- RVA photog Wes McQuillen opens first solo show depicting the jubilant queer experience at Gallery 5, March 1, 2017
- RVA trans beat maker Sha Shakusky wants to make cis-white people feel uncomfortable, February 1, 2017
- Shafest #1 offers album release for local trans beat maker at G5 this Thursday, January 25, 2017
- Prev Report: Marriage equality in Illinois could add $103 million to state’s economy
- Next School district rejects mediation in complaint filed on behalf transgender girl
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- Surviving faith and family, Jaimie Wilson looks to support trans people like himself through music
- Richmond Triangle Players buys building, names it after “cornerstone” supporter Robert B Moss
- HAIM drops first record in four years, new single is minimal pop gold
- Join Richmond Business Alliance at the VMFA for OutRVA benefit this Friday
- Congressman Dave Brat signs letter urging Trump to support federal “religious freedom” law