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Fun Things To Do In Charleston SC | This Weekend | Weekend Buzz


Find fun things to do in Charleston SC this weekend, If It Happens In the Lowcountry


By Jeff Walker, Entertainment Writer

Here's some of what's taking place the weekend of Dec 19th.  First full weekend in December. Happy Holidays from Lowcountrytoday.com. NFL & college football games on in your favorite sports bar on tap.  Plays and concerts abound this weekend. When you're not watching the game you could stroll along the Battery or thru the market.  Be a tourist in your own home town. Check out our many fine golf courses around the lowcountry. Get out and be social and help boost the economy.  Downtown Charleston and the entire low country will be buzzing this weekend.

Brad & Jennifer Moranz  wrap their annual Charleston Christmas Special at the Charleston Music Hall. From holiday classics to spiritual favorites and everything in between, this year’s Charleston Christmas Special has something for everyone. This annual show has become a true holiday tradition for individuals and families all over the Lowcountry and beyond. The Moranz' are bringing back audience favorites while creating entirely new musical performances and comedy sketches. Highlights include a quartet of men singing II Divo’s version of “O Holy Night,” Julie Bell performing Christian artist Sandi Patty’s version of “Angels We Have Heard on High,” and Eddie Wilson playing Handel’s “Hallelujah Chorus” on piano. Plus, even the youngest audience members will enjoy a medley of children’s holiday favorites, including “I Want a Hippopotamus for Christmas.” Running Dec. 5-21 at the Charleston Music Hall, The Charleston Christmas Special is the perfect way to get into the holiday spirit. Former Broadway performers and long-time producers of variety shows and musical revues in Charleston, Brad and Jennifer Moranz entertain more than 9,000 people each December. For tickets call 853-2252 or ETix @ 800-514-3849. For more visit bradandjennifermoranz.com. 

King Street Holiday Shop & Stroll takes place Friday evening. Use your VIP Passport as more than 80 retailers offer a night of shopping, holiday celebration and fun with complimentary refreshments, makeovers, trunk shows, discounts and gifts. 5:00 - 8:00 PM, after-party at 8:00. Info call 303-1113.

Saturday turn out for the Nexton Cocoa Cup 5K. Cruise along the brand new streets of Summerville's Nexton community on the "fastest 5K course in the Charleston area." This family-friendly race includes a certified 5K race (9:30 am start) and free 1-mile family fun run (9:00am start). Registration begins at 7:00am at Nexton Town Center?- 201 Sigma Drive, Summerville. For complete details visit http://www.lowcountrytoday.com/evps/evitem.cfm?evid=5752

Your South Carolina Stingrays play host to the Orlando Solar Bears 7pm Friday & Saturday night. For tickets visit the coliseum box office or call 744-2248.

The Charleston Symphony Orchestra presents their annual performance of Handel's Messiah at St. Theresa Catholic Church at 11001 Dorchester Road in Oakbrook of Summerville.Call 723-7528 for info.

Charleston Ballet Theatre Center for Dance Education present The Nutcracker with two performances Friday 10:00 AM and again at 7:30 PM @ Sottile Theatre. For tickets and info call 469-2080.

Charleston Jewish Federation host Chanukah in the Square Sunday 4:00PM - 6:00PM in Marion Square downtown Charleston. Join us for the tenth annual Chanukah in the Square extravaganza. Once again the Yaschik/Arnold Jewish Studies Program host this annual event. For more call 614-6600   

Chamber Music Charleston host a CLASSICAL KIDS CONCERT – The Night Before Christmas. Celebrate the most magical holiday season with a special Christmas Classical Kids Concert at Sottile Theatre, 44 George Street. Sing along to favorite holiday songs and listen as well-loved stories come to life with classical music. Clarence Felder of the Actors’ Theatre of South Carolina and young dancers from the Ballet Academy of Charleston once again join CMC musicians onstage. Classical Kids Concerts are 45-minute programs of sing-along songs and stories set to music. Tickets are $10 for adults, $5 children 4-16, and free for children 3 and under. Advance tickets are now available, or they can be purchased at the box office on the day of the performance. Call 763-4941 for more.

Magnolia Plantation present Choirs singing in Christmas spirit this Saturday. Two choirs will sing during a Yuletide Gospel and Choral Jubilee at Magnolia Plantation and Gardens. This presentation of Christmas favorites will feature a variety of singing styles, beginning at 2 p.m. near the Peacock Cafe. The performances will end at 4 p.m. The participating choirs are St. John's Parish Church choir and the Choraliers Music Club of Charleston. The performances are free with garden admission

Holy City Cupcakes inside Northwoods Mall is holding a Grand Opening Celebration this Saturday from open til close in their shop. From noon til 4pm parents stop in with your kids for face painting and balloon animals. Throughout the day Holy City Cupcakes will have drawings and giveaways with customers enjoying special cupcakes for prizes. Holy City Cupcakes is embracing a new wave of cupcakes whereby they let the customer complete the cupcakes when they come in. Check out this totally revolutionary cupcake place across from Victoria Secrets in the Belk's hallway.

A great way to kick off the weekend is by enjoying a TGIF Friday night Wine Tasting at Crushed Fine Wine in Shelmore Village in Mount Pleasant. Owner and wine master Des is your host from 5-7pm each and every Friday. Come in, enjoy some great wines at affordable prices.  Call 856-1156 for details.  Weekly wine tastings http://www.crushedfinewine.com/events/

It's holiday time at the Opry. The 29th season of The Carolina Opry Christmas Special, “The Christmas Show of the South,” brings you its most memorable season yet. The 2014 season brings stunning change neatly blended with time-honored traditions. New talent mingles with acclaimed rotating artists and long-standing Opry favorite artists. Performances run Nov 1st thru Jan 3rd. A production of Calvin Gilmore Presents. Fun for all ages. A must see in Myrtle Beach for the holidays.  Tickets range from $23-$50. Nightly shows at 7pm with select matinees ar 2pm. For complete schedule click http://www.thecarolinaopry.com/myrtle-beach-shows/christmas-special/  Call them at 800-843-6779 or visit their site http://www.thecarolinaopry.com/

Midtown Productions present 'Les Miserables' Student Edition. The epic tale of broken dreams, passion and redemption is set against a nation in the throes of revolution - by C.M. Schonberg & H. Kretzmer Presented by the Charleston Acting Studio's Youth Advanced Musical Theatre Performance Troupe. Multiple performances Dec 12th - 21st. Tickets $10 - $18. All shows at Midtown Cabaret Theatre Duvall Building 2816 AZALEA Drive NORTH CHARLESTON. Call 795-2223 for more.

Based on the beloved holiday classic, It’s A Wonderful Life, the Footlight Players 20 Queen Street presents the charming musical, Miracle In Bedford Falls for your holiday enjoyment. The story follows George Bailey on his fantastic Christmas journey. This holiday classic will strum your heartstrings and take you on an unforgettable adventure that will make you believe in yourself and the magic of the holidays. Tickets range from $15-$35. Performances run weekends thru Dec 20th. Three Sunday matinees at 3pm. Call 722-4487 for more.

Threshold Rep Co. 84 1/2 Society Street present' Trials & Tribulations Of Trailer Park Housewife'. From the celebrated writer of the cult classics Sordid Lives and Daddy's Dyin': Who's Got the Will? comes the tale of Willi, a long suffering housewife filled with regret and trapped in an abusive relationship with her husband J.D. who won't allow her to get job or reach out to their estranged gay son. When hot new thing Rayleen moves to the trailerpark and disrupts her life, Willi, along with the support of her sharp tongued best friend La Sonia, takes matters into her own hands as she struggles to seek her own identity. Part laugh out loud comedy and part domestic drama, Willi's life is narrated by a mysterious blues singer who helps show her the way. Weekends thru Dec 20th. Tickets $15-$20. This show contains strong adult content and situations. Call 277-2172 for more.

Just in time for the holidays Pure Theatre 477 King Street presents Pure Holiday Shorts. Join us for what is certain to be the crowning counter-holiday programing event of the season (though it’s not part of the season) with work from playwright-in-residence David Lee Nelson*, PURE Core Ensemble member R.W. Smith*, PURE co-founder Rodney Lee Rogers*, and guest playwrights Donnetta Lavinia Grays and Emily Bohannon. Weekends thru Dec 27th. Tickets are $20. For more call 723.4444.

Flowertown Players end their run of 'The Sound of Music'. Retired Austrian naval officer and widower, Captain Georg Von Trapp, is running his home as strictly as the ships he once captained. He writes the nearby convent asking for a Governess that can handle his seven mischievous children and Maria is tasked with the job. Through music and various outings, Maria gives the children a taste of a more fulfilling and joyous life as she overcomes the hostility that past governesses could not. The Captain grows closer to his children, and unknowingly, he and Maria fall helplessly in love. Recapture the joy of the small things ~ like raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens. Weekend shows thru Dec 20th. Tickets $20-$22. Call 875-9251 for more.

Woolfe Street Playhouse and Village Repertory Company present 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. A hilarious, Tony Award-winning musical that follows six over-achieving and awkward adolescents on their quest for the spelling championship of a lifetime. Overseen by grown-ups who barely managed to escape childhood themselves, the eccentric group of outsiders learns that winning isn’t everything and that losing doesn’t necessarily make you a loser. This tuneful, clever and heartwarming coming-of-age tale also invites volunteers from the audience to participate in each performance, ensuring new and unexpected comedy every night. Weekend shows 7:30pm  thru Dec 20th. Select matinees at 2 and 3pm. Tickets $15. Call 856-1579 or visit their box office @ 34 Woolfe Street.

Charleston Stage present the holiday classic 'A Christmas Carol' at Dock Street Theatre. This all new production of Dickens's classic features dazzling special effects including ghosts that fly through the air, spectacular new scenery, new period costumes and new orchestrations. Julian Wiles's acclaimed adaptation has been expanded to include an alive and kicking Jacob Marley who opens the show trying to "out Scrooge" Ol' Scrooge himself. Featuring a professional cast of 29 singers, dancers, actors and musicians, Charleston Stage's brand new production of A Christmas Carol is this year's holiday event not to be missed. Weekends thru Dec 21st. Nightly shows at 7:30pm. Tickets $22.50- $57.50. Select Sunday matinees at 3 & 5pm. Call 577-5967 for more.

Charleston Stage present The Best Christmas Pageant Ever over two weekends at Dock Street. When the Herdmans—the worst kids in town, somehow wrangle the leading roles in the holiday Christmas Pageant—nothing is safe, not even the communion wine. From the hilarious and moving children's book by Barbara Robinson, The Best Christmas Pageant Ever has become the contemporary children's classic of every holiday season. Three performances, 11am & 3pm on Dec 13th & 3pm on Dec 20th. Tickets $22.50. Call 577.5967

Charleston's all new 34 West Theatre at 200 Meeting Street performs 'A Swinging Christmas' weekends Nov 25th - Jan 3rd with nightly shows Thurs - Sun. Will Johnny be home for Christmas? Jazzy tunes and one crazed crooner heat up a cold wintery night at the snowbound Mountaintop Lodge. Perfect for groups! Tickets are $25 or $22.50 for groups of eight or more. For more info call 901-9343.

Black Fedora 164 Church Street, Charleston's only mystery theatre present a variety of murder and whodunit type audience participation theatre shows. Among their regular performances are 'Sherlock Holmes and the Charleston History Mystery', 'Inspector NoClue's Murder Mystery', 'Yo Ho Ho and a Bottle of Yoo-Hoo: A Pirate Show', Church Street Daughters of the Late Unpleasantness Garden, Gun, and Gin Club Mystery and 'Heist, Heist Baby'. Shows change thru out the seasons. Family friendly with something for everyone in your party. Visit their site for up to date info https://www.charlestonmysteries.com/ or call 937-6453

Wine down the week at 3 Lockwood Drive home of The Wine Shop’s Friday Tastings.  Sip some of the best and most affordable wines while enjoying views of the Ashley River. Wine Education is Fun!  4:30 - 6:30  For more details call 577-3881.

Pence's Liquor and Wine Shop at 334 East Bay Street (near Calhoun) offers wine tastings every Friday from 5-7pm. Join Randy and friends as they sample wines from around the region, the country, and the world. Great way to jump start the weekend if you live or work downtown

How Art Thou Cafe, Juice & Wine Bar offers up live jazz music from the Oscar Rivers Trio every Friday & Saturday night 8:30-11:30pm. Come grab a good wine and meat and cheese plate and get your Chicago & New York style jazz fill. How Art Thou located at 1956 Maybank Hwy James Ilsand. Call 793-2231 for more.

Isle of Palms coolest hangout is, Morgan Creek Grill. 
Enjoy Oyster Roasts every Saturday 4pm in December. $20 per person.  Includes all you can eat fire-roasted oysters,chili, jalapeno poppers and s'mores!  Reservations are not required and seating is on a first-come, first-served basis. January kicks off the Wintertide Music Series. Wintertide is an acoustic, listening room environment where people come together to listen and support original music by talented songwriters.  It is modeled after the famed Bluebird Cafe songwriter's circle. Make your reservations now. For details call Morgan Creek Grill at 886-8980

Come out to Theatre 99 for a dose of comedy.  Friday come out for Improv Jam. This fast paced show takes your audience suggestions and spins them into hilarious scenes.  You never know what's going to happen, but you can be assured that it will make you laugh.Tickets are $10 for 8pm show. Stay late for Blast Off. Members of the Theatre 99 company are always creating new shows.  This is the showcase for them to try out these new shows in front of a crowd. Every rocket doesn't make it to space, but they all can try.3, 2, 1......? Free admission for 10pm show. Saturday night 8pm come out for the Have Nots. The longest running show in Charleston!  With 18 years and over 1,400 shows together, The Have Nots! (founders of Theatre 99) are ready for your audience suggestions.  No scripts!  All improv! Come see what all the talk is about!Guaranteed to make you laugh! Tickets $12.50.  Stay late for The Tim and Andy Happy Hour. Veteran Theatre 99 company members Tim Hoeckel and Andy Rider join to form The Tim & Andy Happy Hour. Give 'em an hour and watch in awe as they use their irresistible charm to showcase hilarious stand-up and sketch comedy. Trust this: Happy Hour never went down so smoooothe! $8 for 10pm show. Guaranteed to make you laugh! Theatre 99 guaranteed to make you laugh. Theatre 99 is located at 280 Meeting Street. Call 853-6687 for details. 

Tired of the non stop top forty college night spots. BuddyRoes, East Cooper's favorite spot for great food & drink on Ben Sawyer Blvd is also a great place to enjoy live entertainment on the weekends. BuddyRoes caters to folks 35 and older who love old time rock, country classics, and beach music. Ronnie Johnson & Dale Baker play an all electric show 9:00 til close.  Live music Thurs - Sun at Charleston's Best Kept Secret. Enjoy a great music with your meal. Call 388-5270 for details.

 

 

At the world famous Windjammer Friday night it is TBA.  Saturday night is TBA as well. Sundays enjoy NFL football and oyster roasts.The Jammer is front beach Isle of Palms. Every Tuesday come out to the Jammer for Oyster Night with music by Larry David Project. For complete info visit www.the-windjammer.com/music.html   or call the Jammer @ 886-8596. 

 

At the Music Farm  on Friday & Saturday TBA.  The Farm is located at 32 Ann Street downtown Charleston. Contact the Farm at http://www.musicfarm.com/about-us/contact/

 

Over at the Charleston Pour House  on Friday Mike Quinn presents I'll Be Huey For Christmas, a musical salute to Huey Lewis & the News. Ticketa are $10 advance & $12 DOS. Doors 9pm with music at 10pm. Saturday night at the House come out for The Return of the Dirty Waltz featuring The Last Waltz Ensemble w/ Kevin Harris and Efrem Towns of the Dirty Dozen Brass band & special guest Shane Pruitt. Tickets $15 with doors open at 8pm. On the deck Saturday HEAL WITH HEARTS Presents, Kids Drum Circle w/ Wes Powers of Sol Driven Train & Neville Curtis 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm.  Sunday night its TBA.  Enjoy Sunday Phunday on Sunday afternoon. The House is located at 1977 Maybank Hwy James Island. Call 571-4343 for more.

Come out to Red's Ice House on scenic Shem Creek for live music on Friday & Saturday night.  Relax and watch the sun go down at Red's, Mount Pleasant's, a nice place to chill. Great food & drink at 98 Church St. Call 388-0003 for complete details.

 

Come out to Ocean Cowboys (the low country's rockin' country music club) 192 College Park Road (college Park @ I-26) for a country music. 96.9 FM The Wolf hosts ladies night on Friday . Enjoy line dance lessons with the latest country music from DJ Randy Swan. Saturday night enjoy live entertainment at  Ocean with plenty of drink specials. If you're looking for country music in lively joint you need to drop in Ocean Cowboys. Just minutes from everywhere in Charleston off I-26 at College Park Road. Call 569-6000 for more. 

Enjoy great roasted coffee, desserts, and finger foods while listening to great singer songwriters from 7-9pm every Friday at Coastal Coffee Roasters (CCR) in Summerville. Singer songwriters every Friday night. Bring your own guitar and your music, and your crowd for an evening of music, coffee & camaraderie.  CCR is located at 108 E.3rd North Street Summerville. For more call 376-4559.

 

The all new Pugs Tavern in Summerville presents Saturday Night Comedy with today's funniest comedians! Just off I-26 at Exit 199. Doors open at 8pm. Call 261-2121. Come early and enjoy some of the best food served in the low country.

 Head out to Irvin House Vineyards for wine tastings on Saturdays from 12:00 - 4:00 p.m., for Sippin' Saturday. Each Saturday, the winery will serve up a different local food vendor and musical group to entertain locals and visitors.  Live music weekends. The famous Irvin~House Vineyards Wine-a-Ritas will be served on the patio and Irvin~House Vineyards wine may be purchased by the glass or bottle and enjoyed outside. Tastings in the Firefly Vodka distillery and Irvin~House Vineyard winery are only $6.00 to taste 6 of 24 flavors of Firefly spirits and $4.00 to taste 5 wines. Patrons will receive complimentary glasses during both tastings. Bring your lawn chairs & blankets to picnic under the oaks and relish in the Lowcountry beauty. Located at 6775 Bears Bluff Rd Wadmalaw Island. Call 559-6867 for more. 

The City Market of Charleston host Evenings in the Market on Friday & Saturday nights. The weekly event, designed to showcase local artists, food vendors and designers, is from 6:30-10:30 pm every Friday and Saturday from March through December.

The Charleston Farmer's Market returns Saturdays from 8am - 2pm. Come on down to Marion Square each Saturday from April 12th - December 20th to get a taste of what the Lowcountry has to offer! We will have a larger variety of produce and plants than ever before!!! Stroll the market while choosing from the Lowcountry’s  freshest local produce, seafood, meats, plants, herbs and cut flowers. Arts & crafts available as well with occasional food vendors. Open Saturday, 8am to 2pm. See you there!!!

HomeGrown, John's Islands farmer's market is open every Saturday 10 am thru 2 pm at 3546 Maybank Hwy. Proud to be Charleston's only year round market!  We have everything on your shopping list, sourced locally. For info call 336-601-0605.

The Summerville Farmer's Market runs Saturdays April 12th thru Dec 20th. Shop for fresh local produce, meats, seafood, baked goods and more! The Summerville Farmers' Market is located in the First Citizens Bank parking lot behind Summerville Town Hall at 200 South Main Street. Open 8am-1pm.

The Blues & BBQ Harbor Cruises are back by popular demand. Enjoy this two hour harbor cruise with a delicious buffet from Home Team BBQ. 7:00-9:00 pm Event features live blues from well-known Blues Bands. Cruises leave from the Charleston Maritime Center 10 Wharfside St. For info or tickets call 888.224.5037. 

The following are holiday related events:

The Holiday Festival of Lights presented by the Charleston County Parks & Recreation Committee will begins Friday November 14th and runs thru Jan 3rd. The 25th annual festival has become a must see for families and groups who want to experience the sights and sounds of the holiday season. Featuring over 700 displays and two million lights, the Holiday Festival of Lights is a cherished holiday tradition for many families throughout Charleston and beyond. While out at James Island County Park check out these attractions, Magnificent sculpture made from over 50 tons of sand, An up-close look at the lights on the holiday train
Mouth-watering treats from Santa's Sweet Shoppe, Handmade gingerbread houses, Giant greeting cards created by local students and a Victorian carousel. For more visit their site or call 795-4386.

Moncks Corner & Santee Cooper host The Season's Holiday Lights Driving Tour featuring dozens of spectacular, animated light displays along a picturesque route that winds through Santee Cooper's headquarters and the Old Santee Canal Park in Moncks Corner. The month-long holiday event is powered with 100 percent Green Power from Santee Cooper and exclusively uses energy-efficient LED lights. Admission is $5 per vehicle, and gate proceeds benefit charities serving Berkeley County. Thanks to your continued support, and the support of 45 local businesses and organizations, Celebrate The Season has donated $297,000 to local charities. Nov. 28–Dec. 30, 2014. 7 days a week, 6–9:30 PM, closed Dec.24 & 25.

Enjoy Christmas Traditions Tour at the Joseph Manigault House 350 Meeting Street. Every year, the Garden Club of Charleston decorates the Joseph Manigault House for the holidays. Join Chief Interpreter Melanie Wilson to tour the beautifully decorated Adam-style house and learn about the Christmas meals, songs, games and stories enjoyed by the Joseph Manigault Family, as well as other Christmas traditions that would have been popular during the antebellum era. FREE for Museum members and FREE with admission ($10/adults, $5/children, under 3 free). Weekend tours thru Dec 18th.  722-2996 for info.

The holiday season officially kicks off at Middleton Place with the annual Holiday Market in the Museum Shop and Garden Market & Nursery starting on Black Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Friday and Saturday, Nov. 29 and 30. The Museum Shop will be filled with great history and holiday-themed products. Call 556-6020 for more info.

Remember how much fun bowling is than come out this weekend to Royal Lanes 106 Central Ave Goose Creek. Every Friday & Saturday night bowl for just $18 per lane per hour 9-11pm. Late niters might enjoy Cosmic Bowling 11-2am for just $14 per person. Every Friday enjoy Karaoke at 8pm. With 36 lanes Royal is the biggest center in Charleston. Food, drink, arcade, music, 20 TVs throughout with 2 big screens in smoke free lounge. Darts, billiards, and cornhole as weather permits. Enjoy affordable fun at Royal Lanes. Ideal for groups, couples or date night. Call 572-2695 for more. Visit their site for more http://www.royallanes.net/

Santa making a stop @ Royal Lanes Saturday 11am til Noon. Bring your kids in to meet the the jolly old elf himself. Picture ops, giveaways & more. Royal Lanes is official Toys For Tots location. Bring in unwrapped toy and get free game of bowling.

Park Circle Films present a holiday classic with the showing of White Christmas with a Sing Along 7pm on Saturday. Rated G. PCF is located at Olde Village Community Bldg.4820 Jenkins Ave. North Charleston. Admission is $5.

New at the theaters this weekend include, “The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies” bringing an epic conclusion the adventures of Bilbo Baggins (Martin Freeman), Thorin Oakenshield (Richard Armitage) and the Company of Dwarves. Rated PG13. Also new, 'Annie'. Ever since her parents left her as a baby, little Annie (Quvenzhané Wallis) has led a hard-knock life with her calculating foster mother, Miss Hannigan. However, all that changes when hard-nosed billionaire and mayoral candidate Will Stacks (Jamie Foxx) takes her in on the recommendation of his

 
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- Posted By: Sherry 9/26/2012 8:45:43 AM
Black Fedora Comedy Mystery Thea... – Hi, Jeff! I wanted to mention that The Black Fedora Comedy Mystery Theatre is now running shows several days a week -- Thursdays through Sundays and some Tuesdays and Wednesdays. All are fun whodunits, with lots of laughs and audience interaction! My...
- Posted By: amradich 2/4/2012 2:51:41 PM
Theatre 99 is also a great thing... – Theatre 99 can best be described as Charleston's home for improv comedy! Nothing is scripted! it's all pure improv! If you've never been I recommend going on a Wednesday night (it's only $5) and/or trying to catch a The Have Nots! Show. Each show is ...
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Folly Palooza – Didn't,t see mention of the Folly Palooza festival. From 11 to 5 there will be several stages and 10 bands playing. Crafts for sale, great people watching. Gorgeous day to be out!
 
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