What’s Booming: Classic Fun
It’s not all ghosts and goblins – classical theatre, music, ballet, and more
Fall into classic fun with modern twists and turns on Shakespeare and Mozart, ballet with a message, a festival in the Garden, and … The Taters!
“All’s Well That Ends Well”
Thurs., Oct. 27-Sun., Nov. 13 at the Dominion Energy Center’s Gottwald Playhouse
Or is it? Quill Theatre presents Shakespeare’s dark comedy, with live music and modern staging.
Oct. 29, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. in Church Hill, Richmond
A free, day-long music festival with classical musicians serenading historic local neighborhood venues, plus yoga, children’s activities, wine tasting, happy hour, costumes, and more.
Oct. 29, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden, Richmond
A festival vibe at the Garden with live music, food, adult beverages, and family-friendly activities, like pumpkin-carving demos, scary story time, and fairy-house building. German fare includes bratwurst, warm pretzels, beer cheese soup, and German potato salad.
The Taters Halloween Show
Oct. 30, 7 p.m. at the Tin Pan, Richmond
The Taters Halloween Party. The Richmond fan favorite band presents its Halloween show, filled with surprises as well as songs from its own Halloween CD, “DON’T SCREAM” and other classics to keep you up at night. You may not scream, but you WILL smile.
“Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner”
Nov. 1 to 6 at Studio Theatre at Richmond Ballet, Richmond
World premiere of this ballet performance addresses intolerances faced by interracial couples and highlights the fortitude, simplicity, and beauty of love.
Check websites for more details, including prices, Covid policies, and registration requirements.
More of What’s Booming in Richmond besides classic fun, including ghosts, goblins, and ghouls
Food and more fun to fill your plate
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Lots more events to throw on your calendar – coming soon