What’s Booming: Far, Far Away in Richmond
You don’t need to leave town for some far-out experiences
Get ready for a week that’ll take you from World War II to Tuna, Texas, to the outer reaches of the galaxy, far, far away.
Thursday, March 17 at 8 p.m. at the Tin Pan, Richmond
Legendary bass player, songwriter and vocalist John Lodge of The Moody Blues brings his “Performs Classic Moody Blues Hits” solo tour to the Tin Pan, Richmond.
Galaxy Con Richmond
Friday, March 18 through Sunday, March 20 at the Greater Richmond Convention Center, Richmond
It’s a three-day festival of fandom featuring celebrities, artists, entertainers, wrestlers, and more – coming from far, far away to our little town.
‘Dear Jack, Dear Louise’
Begins Friday, March 18 and runs through Sunday, April 17 at Hanover Tavern, Hanover Courthouse
Presented by Virginia Rep, the play tells the heartwarming story of courtship during World War II.
Richmond Symphony presents “From Scotland’s Highlands”
Saturday, March 19 and Sunday March 20 at Carpenter Theatre, Richmond
Music director Valentia Peleggi leads Mendelssohn’s serene Third Symphony, inspired by his Scottish holiday. And concertmaster Daisuke Yamamoto takes center stage as soloist in the spirited “Scottish Fantasy” of Max Bruch.
Starts Saturday March 19 and runs through Saturday, April 30 at Swift Creek Mill Theatre, Chesterfield
Two quick-change actors create the entire town of Tuna, Texas, in this long-running off-Broadway hit.
Celtic Woman – Postcards from Ireland
Tuesday, March 22 at 7 p.m. at the Altria Theater, Richmond
Postcards from Ireland celebrates the rich musical and cultural heritage of Ireland, taking audiences on a journey of story and song from across the Emerald Isle.
Check with individual venues for Covid-19 policies
Not So Far, Far Away
Food and more fun to fill your plate.