Frugal Richmond Events for Everyone! All events free admission unless noted.
UR International Film Series: Nobody Else But You – Friday 3pm & 7:30pm; Ukrop Auditorium, Robins School of Business, University of Richmond
France, 2012, directed by Gérald Hustache-Mathieu. 102 min., NR. Billed both as a post-noir excursion with a “pulp feel” and a romantic whodunit, this feature was produced as homage to various thriller writers and to Marilyn Monroe. David, a crime author with writer’s block, winds up stranded in snowy Mouthe, a place where the locals all have something to hide. The director toys with the conventions of the traditional thriller while lacing the movie with wit and visual influence from the Coen brothers’ Fargo.
Generation Dream – Friday 7pm; Richmond Community High School, 201 E Brookland Park Boulevard
Youth Educoncert honoring the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Part of Richmond’s annual Living the Dream commemoration.
Fourth Friday Art Show – Friday 7-10 p.m.; Artworks, 320 Hull St
Kicking off our 2013 exhibits, we’re starting with the annual, juried Simply Photography 10 exhibit, 3 solo shows and the monthly juried All Media Art Show. And rva dance collective will perform some of their new choreography. Join us on January 25th, 7-10 p.m. for the FOURTH FRIDAY art show and reception
The Richmond School Of Rock ($3) – Saturday 11am; Byrd Theatre
The area’s top music students, ages 8-18 perform the best rock from the past, present & future. A Family Friendly Event,$3 at door
Wintertide Concert: Civil War Songs – Saturday 4pm; Ginter Park Presbyterian Church, 3601 Seminary Avenue
Join City Singers Children’s Choirs for our annual Wintertide Concert! Concert is free and open to the public. History buffs and music lovers welcome!
Plus tard tu comprendras – Sunday 2pm; Virginia Holocaust Museum, 2000 E Cary St
With the opening of the Klaus Barbie Trial in Lyon in 1987, Jerome Clement breaks the silence that had shrouded the arrest, deportation, and extermination of his family members. He endeavors to understand his mother’s reasons for keeping silent about their Jewishness and about their family tragedy. The film is free and open to the public. Free off-street parking is available.
Winter Concert – Sunday 7pm; Richmond Center Stage, 600 E Grace St
The Richmond Symphony Youth Orchestra (RSYO) will present their winter performance at Richmond CenterStage on Sunday, January 27 at 7pm. The concert will feature the two winners from the RSYO concerto competition: Helen Jung, violin and Sarah Cornett, viola. This performance is FREE – no ticket required.
UR International Film Series: Nobody Else But You – Sunday 7:30pm; Ukrop Auditorium, Robins School of Business, University of Richmond