All Weekend Long
Now through December 18th: See masterpieces from Johannes Vermeer at the Chrysler Museum.
Thursday through Sunday: You can still see Silence! The Musical with the Generic Theater in Chrysler Hall.
Thursday through Sunday and beyond: See what ole Oliver Twist is up to at TCC’s Roper Theatre.
Friday through Sunday: Go all anime with NekoCon at the Hamtpon Roads Convention Center.
Friday and Saturday: Be a part of A Conversation About Politics Among Poets where four poets will present a staged reading, on Friday and Saturday, Nov. 4-5, at The Venue on 35th, 631 W. 35th St., Norfolk. The reading begins at 8. Admission at the door is $5. For more information, call 757-587-3663.
Saturday through next week: Have a Culinary Encore during Suffolk Restaurant Week.
Saturday and Sunday: Arm yourself with Guns and Knives before s**t gets real next week at the C&E Gun Show.
Saturday and beyond: Discover NASA at the Slover Library.
3-10pm: Celebrate the release of Commonwealth Brewing’s Fernweh.
4:30-7:30pm: Go old school with a pint in your hand at Smartcade.
5-7pm: Spend some time at Solidarity Vigil for the Water Protectors.
5pm-12am: Beauty is Embarrassing at Work Release.
6:30-8:30pm: It’s Monthly Trivia Night at Big Ugly Brewing.
9pm-12am: See the Buddha Council at Doc Taylor’s during their charity event.
6-9pm: Check out the slow DRIP Art Exhibition at the NSU James Wise Gallery.
6-9pm: Hear Mike Connell and Herbie D at Brass Cannon Brewing.
7pm: Head to the Sandler Center for Virginia Asset Group’s Comedy Night.
7-11pm: Grab your ticket to the 3rd Annual Brewer’s Ball: A Celebration of Hampton Roads’ Finest.
7:30pm: Enjoy The Kat Trio with the Portsmouth Community Concerts.
9pm-2am: Check out the SeVA-Goth event, Aftermath! A Dark Revolution.
10-11:30pm: Get your sketch ears ready for Sketchmageddon! The Ultimate Sketch Comedy Competition.
9am-3pm: Head to Chesapeake City Park for the Chesapeake Jubilee Fall Craft Market.
9am-5pm: Do you know a LuLaRoe addict? If so, guard your wallet and don’t tell them about the LuLaRoe Boutique Show at the Convention Center.
10am-2pm: Catch the Olde Towne Antiques to Flea Market at the Middle Street Garage.
10am-4:30pm: Enjoy the Ultimate Show for Women at the Virginia Beach Convention Center.
11am-6pm: Grab your records and head to the Norfolk Vinyl Record Swap & Cereal Surreal Art Brunch at Work Release.
12-3pm: Interested in bringing the Tide to Virginia Beach? Check out this event at the Sandler Center Plaza.
12-6pm: Party at the Beer, Dogs & Veterans Charity Fundraiser at Wasserhund Brewing.
1-4pm: Head to the Chrysler Museum for a lecture and film screening on Filming the American West, 1900-1950.
3-6pm: Learn about the eating habits of different animals at Eat, Prey, Love at the Virginia Zoo.
7:30pm: Enjoy an evening at the Sandler Center at Wings Over America Presents College A Cappella.
8pm: Rumple Hopskin, and Tolkien entertain … wait, no … wrong crowd. Hopsin, Token, and Joyner Lucas entertain at The Norva.
8-9:30pm: Laugh your worries away with the Upright Senior Citizens Brigade at the Push.
9pm-2am: Head to Club Empire in Virginia Beach for Nutty Buddy’s Reunion with special guest MS MMI National TaeJah Thomas.
10-11:30pm: Enjoy some sketch comedy with the Pre Madonnas: Heavenly Bodies at the Push.
9:30-11:30am: Grab your bike and head to Smartmouth for Tour de ORF Bike Ride.
11am-1pm: Stretch it out at Vino Vinyasa at Mermaid Winery.
12-5pm: Enjoy the Hampton Roads VegFest in Virginia Beach.
12-5pm: Bike or stroll through the Colonial Place-Riverview Front Porch Art Walk.
1-5pm: Grab your tickets for the 8th Annual House of Blues, Brews & Stews at the Virginia MOCA.
3pm: Prepare to be amazed at Shanghai Acrobats at the Ferguson Center.
3-5pm: Get your tennies ready for the Smithfield 6-pack 6K Run and 3K Walk.
3-6pm: Enjoy your Sunday at the Hermitage Museum and Gardens during the 7th Annual Virginia Roast & Toast.
3-6pm: See what the local food industry creates on their time off at Food Industry Workers Art Show at Charlie’s.
4-6pm: Spend time at the NEST Concert in Norfolk.
5:30-6:30pm: Enjoy a little Mozart during Mozart Requiem at Christ and Saint Luke’s Episcopal Church.
7pm: Head to the Ted for Festival of Praise 2016.
7pm: See Brian Regan at Chrysler Hall.
7:30pm: SUBLIME with Rome and The Skints will entertain at The Norva.
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