The Little Theatre of Virginia Beach is closing out their regular season with a delightful comedy called “Don’t Dress for Dinner” directed by Kathy Strouse. It is full of laughs from pregnant pauses, subtle looks, great one liners, and physical comedy. The audience I attended the performance with had no lack of guffaws or chuckles […]
All Weekend Long Friday through Sunday: Head to the Oceanfront for the Salute to Summer.
“Being young in itself can be a trifle ridiculous.” – Fredrik Egerman
The Virginia Beer Festival, the mid-Atlantic’s largest and longest-running beer festival, was held for the 17th time on May 19, 2018 at Town Point Park in Norfolk. More than 150 beers and ciders from Virginia and beyond were served up, along with local food and live music, to an enthusiastic crowd.
More and more, when people talk about Norfolk, local breweries are brought up. The city is full of some really great beer adventures, and you can walk to quite a few breweries in just one area of the city. What you may not realize, is that there is another hidden drinking adventure waiting for you. […]
All Weekend Long Now through Sunday: Reserve your spot at Leone’s Restaurant for At the Illusionist’s Table: An Intimate Magic Dinner Experience. Now through Sunday, and beyond: See CROWNS by the Virginia Stage Company at the Wells Theatre. Now through Sunday: It is all Greek to you and me at the Norfolk Greek Festival. Now through Sunday: See the […]
The Virginia Stage Company ends their 39th season by bringing back a show which set box office records in 2006. Crowns is a gospel musical that tells the tale of Yolanda, a 17-year old girl who is sent south by her mother in an effort to keep her from the same trouble that befell her […]
HAMPTON, VA – May 14, 2018 — The Vanguard Brewpub and Distillery will host this year’s Virginia Distiller’s Association event, The Virginia Craft Spirits Roadshow: Endless Explorations, on May 19, 2018 from 1:00 – 5:00pm.
Open the Tap for Hope is… Honey Cream Ale at MoMac Brewery Portsmouth’s first brewery is tucked into a strip mall just off High Street in Churchland. It is a little hard to find. MoMac Brewing Company is GPS worthy. If you’ve already discovered it, you know the way. Otherwise, enter 3228 Academy on Saturday, […]
MUSIC MAKER BLUES REVUE CONCERT VENUE CHANGE FOR THIS THURSDAY, MAY 17 IN PORTSMOUTH Music Maker Blues Revue concert taking place this Thursday, May 17 has been moved from its original location at 463 Court Street to Roger Brown’s Restaurant and Sports Bar, Private Banquet Room located at 316 High Street in Portsmouth. The show starts […]
The Virginia Arts Festival is ready with five days of events and performances in venues throughout Norfolk’s NEON District for the VAF Fringe Festival from May 15 – 19.
All Weekend Long Now through Sunday: Grab your tickets for the East Coast Music Conference and spend the weekend in a sea of music. Now through Sunday and beyond: See CROWNS by the Virginia Stage Company at the Wells Theatre. Friday and Saturday: Enjoy some steel drums during the Virginia International PANFest. Friday through Sunday, and beyond: Check out the awesome LanternAsia […]
It takes strong men and women to love … people strong enough inside themselves to love … without humiliation. – William Inge Peninsula Community Theatre explores again the works of William Inge. Last year PCT performed PICNIC. Director Marvin Sylvest likens the play to a “moment in time, in which we can see many elements […]
The Virginia Arts Festival is “bidding a fond farewell” to their longtime curator of chamber music, André-Michel Schub. The piano virtuoso will be retiring as the VAF’s Chamber Music Series Director this year. In his final season as Director, Schub has chosen to play Mozart with the Virginia Symphony Orchestra in a “Mozart Celebration” on […]