‘Tis the season to keep rejoicing! A brand new production of the hit jukebox musical celebrates classic holiday songs from the 50s and 60s. Hampton, VA – (November 15, 2018) – The Wonderettes are back! A sequel to the smash success The Marvelous Wonderettes, the beloved characters of Betty Jean, Cindy Lou, Missy, and Suzy […]
The artist will start the live mural painting and exhibit on First Friday, January 4, 2019 at 11PM and will be available from 6-9PM to meet and talk about the inspiration of her work and current exhibition. A live question and answer sessions with the artist will be held January 12 and 13, 2019. The […]
This weekend, you have the opportunity to catch The Nutcracker, shop local arts and crafts at various holiday pop ups, and see the beautiful lights still on display. Get festive, Hampton Roads! All Weekend Long Now through Sunday and beyond: Take a stroll through the Million Bulb Walk at the Norfolk Botanical Garden. Now through Sunday […]
Neptune Virginia Beach Maquette, a seven-foot identical scale model version of the iconic 34-foot bronze Neptune Virginia Beach statue which dominates the Virginia Beach boardwalk at 31st Street, was installed and will be dedicated on December 11th in the E. Claiborne and Lora Robins Sculpture Garden at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond.
Peninsula Fine Arts Center (PFAC) is excited to announce its upcoming exhibition series. The series is comprised of two exhibitions African Art: Power and Identity and Cash Crop. This exhibition will open to the general public January 19, 2019 and concludes on April 28, 2019. The journey began in Africa, the cradle of human life. In the summer of […]
Hey you! Get that Wocket out of your pocket and that Zamp off your lamp because this weekend, our Virginia Musical Theatre takes the Sandler Center stage once again to perform the super fun “Suessical” the Musical! This kid-friendly show combines several wonderful Dr. Seuss stories and truly makes us happy. One weekend only! Purchase […]
Visit a place where the sights and sounds of Christmas are all around you. Stage sets of Dickens’ era buildings, shops, props, and more await. You stay dry and warm because it is all indoors. There are events for everyone in your family. Dickens’ Christmas Towne is fun for all ages, and this year, it […]
“Style is timeless…It transcends generations.” John Varvatos got it right. Throughout the last century, scores of fashion designers have made a name for themselves creating beautiful and timeless designs for clothing, fashion accessories, and housewares.
One of the scene stealing performers in Richmond Ballet’s “The Nutcracker” — playing Norfolk this weekend — is a profile in courage. Rock lost his leg to an automobile accident. Less than a year later, he will be making his professional stage debut on the hallowed stage of Chrysler Hall.
The Norfolk Admirals hockey team is off to sunny Orlando this weekend. Good luck Admirals. The ice in Scope Arena has transformed into a town square next to a frozen pond with a surreal quartz wall towering above it for “Cirque du Soleil Crystal: A Breakthrough Ice Experience”. It starts tonight, November 29 and runs […]
In contrast to its name, South Norfolk is not actually in Norfolk. Once an independent city, it merged with Norfolk County in 1963 to form the city of Chesapeake. The historical area once included streetcars and a ferry that docked at the end of Indian River Road and cross the Southern Branch of the Elizabeth […]
When I went to see It Shoulda Been You at Little Theatre of Virginia Beach, I did not know what to expect other than a “modern musical” about a wedding. I was pleasantly surprised when I was greeted with this madcap musical comedy that has English Farce throwbacks and modern storylines about love, family and […]
“The most famous reindeer of all” is heading toward Norfolk for four performances of “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer: The Musical.” at Chrysler Hall, Friday, November 30 and Saturday, December 1. This is a perfect way to get in the Christmas sprit and jump-start your holly jolly.
Public art addresses complex social issue with optimism in the ViBe District. “Domestic violence is something that we know is multidimensional and complex.” – Eva Fuze, Samaritan House