What's Booming: Big Bugs and Great White Sharks Invade Richmond
Flamenco, salsa and beach music plus “the most perfect musical of all time” round out the week.
Big Bugs and Great White Sharks Invade Richmond. Flamenco, salsa and beach music plus “the most perfect musical of all time” all on this week’s What’s Booming.
David Rogers’ Big Bugs
Runs from Friday, May 27 through Sunday, Aug. 28 at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden, Richmond.
This is no itsy bitsy spider. In fact, it is ten oversized sculptures showcasing a spider, dragonfly, and daddy longlegs. It’s all part of Lewis Ginter’s Pollinator Power exhibit.
The Embers with Craig Woolard
Friday, May 27 at 7 p.m. at the Heritage Amphitheater at Pocahontas State Park, Chesterfield.
It’s America’s premier beach music band appearing at Virginia’s most visited state park as part of the Pocahontas Premieres Series.
Planet Shark: Predator or Prey
Opens Friday, May 28 and runs through Monday, Sept. 5 at the Science Museum of Virginia, Richmond.
Come face-to-face with the great white shark as you get up close and personal with the ocean’s oldest and most effective predator.
Gipsy Kings Featuring Nicolas Reyes
Sunday, May 29 at 8 p.m. at the National, Richmond.
Gipsy Kings is an internationally renowned group of flamenco, salsa, and pop musicians from the south of France.
My Fair Lady
Runs from Tuesday, May 31 through Sunday, June 5 at the Altria Theater, Richmond.
Don’t miss this marvelous new production of what has been called “the most perfect musical of all time.”
More of What’s Booming in Richmond besides giant bugs and sharks
Food and more fun to fill your plate
Boomer’s featured restaurant of the week:
My Small Batch Local Kitchen moment