This is Scott from the Charleston Performing Arts Center. This was a GREAT show, but it closed September 25 as planned. Currently we have a wonderful show playing titled "Dream Girls, The Revue". This show's focus is the girl groups of the 1960s ... you'll hear the hits from girl groups like The Shirelles, Martha & The Vandellas, The Supremes, and many more. We tell the story of how the girl group sound started and became THE sound of that decade.
This original music revue has been delighting audiences for weeks and closes on August 28. Get your tickets now by visiting our website or calling our box office.
And don't forget that great music by The Half-Measures Band!
And so much more offered them meals and wheels got to be there to check it out!
It was good last year and it's going to be GREAT this year!
Don't forget to sign up before August 19th to ensure your T-Shirt order for the race!
Mary has definitely connected with the reality that color is not required where composition is salient.
best trio in charleston oscar can really jam
great jam session on thursday night i love oscar rivers on the piano he is amazing
Edgar Allan Poe Ghost Tour/Theatre Ticket Combo available through the website!
Attendance was great.
This production is happening at The Flowertown Players
The James F. Dean Community Theatre
133 S. Main St.
Summerville, S.C. 29483
HPallay | Admin for The Flowertown Players
Riders can also register at Lowcountry Harley the day of the event.
Are people under 21 allowed in the margarita festival? Me and my dad want to go but my sister is only 15.can she come with us or no
Rarely do lovers of celtic music get to hear Northern Irish musicians steeped in the traditions of the Ulster-Scots and in the politics of Northern Irelnad...Taylor Music Group Board Member, Tommy Shelton has brought three of Northern Ireland's Valley brothers to perform in Piccolo's Celtic Arts series...these three brothers hail from a famous Armagh musical family---Niall is on concertina, Cillian on Uillean pipes and Caoimhin brings the keyboards alive....Charleston is priviledged to hear the tunes of this Armagh family...a family who helped preserve the music of the pipes after the Troubles......Brian and Eithne Vallely, parents of the three performers tonight, established the Armagh Pipers Club, which grew into the now-famous William Kennedy Piping Festival. The three brothers show Charleston festival lovers the real thing...and their set is kicked off by the fun-loving local Celtic sensation, GoodFoot. Don't miss it.....
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