Washington, D.C. Event Calendar
Bad Medicine returns to the DC Improv for their fall sketch comedy show, Fever Dream! Each Bad Medicine show brings you a medley of new comedy sketches that delight the ears, tickle the heart, and reassure the brain that you are a noble steward of the mind.
Fever Dream’s vibrant new characters, videos, and comedic spectacle will have you laughing through the night. It’s Tuesday! Treat yourself to the best sketch comedy in town!
Dinner: 6:15pm. Show Time: 7:30pm
Tickets available at dcimprov.com
Mount Pleasant Art All Night
Lamont Street between Mount Pleasant St NW & 16th Street NW
Washington, D.C. 20010 Map
Four suspicious storytellers. Four hard-to-believe stories. Three are true, and one is false. Can you spot the liar? Listen, laugh, interrogate, vote, and then brace yourself for the shocking truth!
Don’t miss the show that the Washington Post called “storytelling at its finest — honest” and was recently named among the Top 5 “Best Date Activities” in the Washington City Paper’s “Best of D.C. 2023” readers’ poll.
Join us on Wednesday, October 4th, when Perfect Liars Club returns to The Bier Baron Tavern and Comedy Loft. Doors open at 6:00 p.m., and the show starts promptly at 7:00 p.m. Seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Get your tickets today!
Anacostia Arts Center
1231 Marion Barry Avenue SE
Washington, D.C. 20020 Map
Independence permeates every step of the immigrant journey. It may have motivated the move or could be a result of it, but regardless, self-discovery is inextricably tied to the experience.
In this storytelling night, just days after Nigeria’s Independence Day, six performers will share their stories about how they “found themselves” once again after moving to the U.S., whether that was through a new hobby, community, or accomplishment.
This event is in collaboration with our partners at the Nigerian Center. It takes place at the Anacostia Arts Center.
Doors open at 6:30 pm. Show starts at 7 pm. Excited to see you there!
‘the feels’ is the best dating event you’ve not yet tried. Formulated in partnership with Columbia University, the format fuses mindfulness + your body’s somatic intelligence. Research done in partnership with Columbia shows they’re 2x more effective than a typical singles event.
Ticket price includes a 90-minute facilitated experience, unlimited wine, zero-proof cocktails, light bites + access to a digital community of 100’s who are also mindfully exploring dating.
This event is for folks who are single, monogamous, and aligned with the fact that the event skews hetero.
“Area’s largest outdoor arts event.”
The Bethesda Row Arts Festival is one of the leading fine arts and craft festivals in the mid-Atlantic, featuring juried museum-quality artists. Over the weekend, the streets of Bethesda Row are transformed into an outdoor gallery, showcasing fourteen media categories that are juried: ceramics, drawing/pastels, fiber/decorative, fiber/wearables, glass, graphics/printmaking, jewelry, metalwork, mixed media 2D, mixed media 3D, oil/acrylic painting, photography/digital art, sculpture, watercolor, and wood.
Now in its tenth year, the Immigration Film Festival (IFF) began as an initiative of the Washington Ethical Society, a nonprofit, humanistic religious congregation. This year IFF was taken over by, KAMA DC, which is a grassroots organization in Washington, DC that provides a platform for immigrants in the DMV area to share their skills and stories.
Our goal is to tell the story of global immigration through the art form of film and to humanize the plight of immigrants and refugees by sharing their stories. In doing this, we seek not only to entertain but also to inform our audiences and, in partnership with organizations, provide the means by which our audiences can take action to correct the injustices that can force people to leave their homes and the dislocations that can result from migration.
Kelly's Irish Times
14 F St. NW
Washington, D.C. 20001 Map
🎟 One Night Only! Exclusive Comedy Taping! 🎟
Get ready for a night of laughter at the iconic Kelly’s Irish Times, just steps from Union Station. Join us for a one-night-only event as our headliner records and retires his best jokes from the last ten years. It’s going to be a fun-filled, comedy-packed night to remember – you don’t want to miss it.
🍺 Your First Beer’s on Us! 🍺
Behind every great special is an even better audience. To say thanks for providing our laugh track, we’re buying everyone their first beer! So grab a cold one, settle in, and…you know…laugh?
🎤 Who’s Performing? 🎤
Kevin Seefried is a long-time local comic known for his contagious energy, conversational style, and emotion-driven material. In addition to having his stand-up featured on Sirius XM and at over 15 comedy festivals across the country, Kevin won the prestigious Producers Award at the 2022 Elgin Fringe Festival for his live show “Mad About Me.” He’s spent the past year revamping the material from that show and is performing it for one final night as he puts it all on film.
Jay Agbon hosts with guest appearances from Thomas Jerome & Justine Morris.
⌛ Limited Seats Available ⌛
Secure your spot now for a fun-filled night of comedy at one of DC’s most legendary bars. Act fast…or miss out, it’s up to you!
Early Show: 7:30pm
Late Show: 9:15pm
“You’ve been invited to an exhibition viewing of the Manananggal – a Filipino vampire. We’re required to tell you that the exhibit is perfectly safe, and that we’re sparing no expense to keep the creature contained. Witness this never-before seen being feed in its natural habitat!”
Monstress is a brand new immersive horror experience from the theatre and R&D departments at Flying V, that reimagines the legacy of the Manananggal, previously contained to folklore. Designed for small-batch audiences, the one-act show will feature an innovative fusion of live and digital performance, some technological wizardry, and atmospheric and sensory immersion! Join us from October 19st-28th and see it with your own eyes!
Sixth & I
600 I Street, NW Washington, DC 20001
Washington, D.C. 20001 Map