Posts Tagged ‘comedy’

Tonight the Wingnut Anarchist Collective is hosting the Slam Up Poetry and Comedy tour at 7pm. Free, sober, all ages. But bring money for merch or donations if you can!
Tomorrow is the Richmond Zine Fest from 11-5 at the Gay Community Center of Richmond, attached to Diversity Thrift. Its a free event to attend, and folks with zines can come and pay a fee to table. Www.richmondzinefest.org for more info
If you are like us you still need to make copies of your zines. If you want to carpool at 4 or 5am to the 24 hour kinkos at Broad and Libby please text Mo at 804 300 0023 to coordinate our sleep deprived love of do-it-yourself culture!!!

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The Richmond Comedy Coalition’s all-improvised monthly show series, Richmond Famous, features live and totally unscripted comedy, created on the spot, inspired by the true stories of some of RVA’s most interesting people.

The improvisers will be hearing their guests’ stories for the first time onstage and what unfolds afterwards is as much a mystery to them as it is to you, creating a show so funny you’d swear it was scripted (but you know it’s not).

***As a fitting theme for Thanksgiving, the RCC welcomes members of FOOD NOT BOMBS to the Gallery5 Stage in November! ***

Food Not Bombs is a loose-knit group of independent collectives, serving free vegan and vegetarian food to others. Food Not Bombs’ ideology is that myriad corporate and government priorities are skewed to allow hunger to persist in the midst of abundance. To demonstrate this (and to reduce costs), a large amount of the food served by the group is surplus food from grocery stores, bakeries and markets that would otherwise go to waste. This group exhibits a form of franchise activism.

8:30pm (doors @ 8pm)
$7 ($5 w/ valid student ID)
Gallery5 (200 w. Marshall st. )
www.rvacomedy.com