One won’t often hear the terms banjo and classical music in the same sentence, but individuals will at The Prizery at 7 p.m. Saturday.
When MoonShine Son was unable to perform at The Prizery on Friday due to exposure to COVID-19, local alternative rock band “All is Lost” stepped up to the plate providing entertainment for dozens of individuals who made it out to The Prizery’s third First Friday event of the year. Prior to t…
Local favorite MoonShine Son will perform music ranging from classic rock to country at the outdoor First Friday show at 6 p.m. Friday at The Prizery in South Boston.
When Halifax County Little Theatre, Victoria and Bob Thomasson, and local comedienne Linda Shepperd decide to get going, there’s going to be something spectacular going on.
Can a boy and his animal friends help capture a wolf? That’s the main theme of “Peter and the Wolf,” a symphonic fairy tale that has grabbed the attention of children for over 80 years.
The public is invited to The Prizery where a 20-piece ensemble from the Danville Symphony Orchestra in the Chastain Theater will perform the timeless classic Peter and the Wolf 4 p.m Saturday, June 12.
The public is invited to The Prizery for Danville Symphony Orchestra’s presentation of the timeless children’s story Peter & the Wolf followed by a free reception starting at 4:45 June 12 to celebrate their first indoor event since the COVID-19 shutdown.
The Prizery recently announced four new board members as the organization moves closer toward opening with both indoor and outdoor events beginning in June.
Kermit Wright, founding member of The Good Time Band, plans to treat the public with his heritage of music, country, bluegrass and gospel at the Halifax County Heritage and Antique Machinery Festival on Saturday at approximately 10 a.m. until 5 p.m.
Berry Hill Resort and Halifax County Little Theatre are busy rehearsing for Friday night’s “Rocky Horror Picture Show” interactive event at Berry Hill Resort.
Destination Downtown South Boston members hope to bring its South Boston streets alive with the sound of music in a street pianos project, encouraging everyone to tickle the ivories.
Halifax County Little Theatre’s production of “Ruby: The Story of Ruby Bridges” ended last week, but like all good stories, it won’t be forgotten for quite some time.
Parsons-Bruce Art Association will host a month-long art exhibit featuring artwork by Halifax County Public Schools art students in recognition of Youth Art Month.
The Chatham Concert Series will bring the duo “Anime and Grazia” — Washington and Lee faculty cello and piano duo Anna Billias and Julia Goudimova — to Emmanuel Episcopal Church at 4 p.m. Sunday to perform music by Grieg and Sibelius.
Sentara Halifax Hospice will present “Dancing Through the Decades” as the 2020 theme for their 14th Annual Hospice Gala, taking place at The Prizery in downtown South Boston on Friday, March 6 from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m.
Southern states did little to implement integration in public schools following the 1954 U.S. Supreme Court decision in Brown v Board of Education until ordered by federal courts to do so.
Halifax County Little Theatre’s latest production of “Ruby: The Story of Ruby Bridges,” directed by Taryn Garland, helps to recreate the events of one of the biggest moments of the fight to end segregation in the United States.
Parsons-Bruce Art Association plans to present a special month-long art exhibit featuring artwork by Halifax County Public Schools art students in observance of Youth Art Month.
Halifax County Little Theatre’s upcoming production of “Ruby: the Story of Ruby Bridges” calls for the portrayal of three strong women at the center of the civil rights movement, and four local actresses are more than ready to tackle this important job of telling their story. Ma’Kira Taylor,…
From Marcy Heisler and Zina Goldrich, the creators who brought viewers “Dear Edwina” and “Dear Edwina JR.,” comes “Junie B. Jones The Musical JR.” — an adaptation of four of Barbara Park’s best-selling books, brought to life in a delightful adaptation created specifically for Broadway Junior…