Girls night out in Charleston: 4 Fun Things to Do
Ladies, listen up! You deserve a night on the town with your friends, and we have some suggestions for a girls’ night out in Charleston. Youll dance, sing, and laugh your way through the night with these special events coming up soon.
Radney Foster @ Woolfe Street Playhouse
Plan now to attend the one night performance by Radney Foster, one half of the Foster-Lloyd duo, with special guest Mark Bryan (Hootie and the Blowfish). Organized and promoted by Ear for Music, this event will allow you to get intimate with two of the most talented songwriters in Country Music. You’ll be laughing your way through the night, as Foster is well known for his wild tales sprinkled through his magnificent sets. Mark Bryan will kick off the evening with acoustic versions of original songs from his latest albums. The concert will be held on February 26th at 8pm. Tickets are just $25.
Foster has a long collaborative history in Nashville and has worked with some of the most prominent names in town. You can see him as a host on the anthology series, Crossroads, on CMT.
Laugh For A Lincoln @ Theater 99
Every Wednesday night, Theater 99 holds an Improv for just 5 bucks. Laugh for a Lincoln is always a fun adventure, with local comedians opening the act by interacting with the audience, collecting buzzwords, and then working off those words to provide some of the funniest skits you’ll find in Charleston. Shows are typically PG13, but they’ve been known to go a little off course at times. So, be prepared for some adult language!
If you and your friends are bold enough, try out their classes that will train you on group participation and improv.
A Murder Mystery With Manners @ The Black Fedora
On February 21st at 7pm, The Black Fedora will host a mystery dining event that will have you searching for clues throughout the night. Tickets are just $24, and they highly recommend arriving 15 minutes prior to the show to settle in, order cocktails/drinks, and prepare for a unique experience. Rated PG.
The Church Street Daughters of the Late Unpleasantness have held their monthly Garden, Gun & Gin Club since long before miniskirts, meter maids, and men wearing shorts replaced good southern decency. But now the “ladies” (and audience recruits) must band together to overcome the greatest invaders to the southern way of life since General Sherman and the palmetto bug. For today marks the first time the Club has ever opened up the floor to men … and … shudder … Yankees!
A Sudden Spontaneous Event @ Pure Theater
Love theater? Head to Pure Theater for the world premiere of A Sudden Spontaneous Event on March 4th. The play, written and directed by Playwright-In-Residence David Lee Nelson, delves into the hilarious yet heartbreaking interludes of what happens when the life you you thought you are leading is over in an instant. You’ll leave appreciate the bonds you have with your girl friends more than ever. Tickets are just $30.
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