A spoon full of sugar may make your weekend go down, but so will plays, music, and building shenanigans. Welcome March with some weekend madness.
All Weekend Long
Friday and Saturday: For two nights only, see Christopher Peterson in Eyecons at Little Theatre of Virginia Beach.
Friday through Sunday: Spend some time with Disney’s Mary Poppins presented by Virginia Musical Theatre at the Sandler Center.
Friday through Sunday and beyond: Join your friends at Chrysler Hall to see “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Gynecologic Oncology Unit at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center of New York City” (now say that five times fast).
Saturday and Sunday: Weave your way to the Mid-Atlantic Quilt Festival at the Hampton Roads Convention Center.
Saturday and Sunday: See Awesome Chaos: Wearable Arts Fashion Show at MacArthur Center.
6-8pm: Head to BOJUart for Double-edged: Pop-up Exhibition.
7-10pm: Check out Open Build Night Open House at 757 Makerspace.
8pm: Make your way to the Push Comedy Theater for Date Night.
8pm: See The Fighting Jamesons with Fixity at Elevation27 in Virginia Beach.
8pm: See Wiz Khalifa and CURREN$Y at the Norva.
10pm: See Monocle: The Improvised One-Act Play at the Push Comedy Theater.
10am-5pm: If books are your friends, and writing is your hobby, perhaps you should check out the Norfolk Public Library Author Fair at the Slover Library.
12-5pm: Attend Design(er) Con at the Selden Market.
6pm-1:30am: Celebrate Mardis Gras a bit early at Waterside District.
7pm: Enjoy your weekend by taking no bull at the Pendleton Whisky Professional Bull Riders event at the Hampton Coliseum.
7pm-12am: LAVA Presents: Delirious George and The LifeHacks at Toast.
8pm: Check out the Complaint Tour with WATSKY and Beau Young Prince at The Norva.
1-2pm: Make time to attend History Speaks at the Moses Myers House.
7pm: Get the low-down by attending Lawrence Brownlee, Tenor and Eric Owens, Bass-Baritone at Attucks Theatre.