Post and Courier - Charleston-scene

Good evening and happy Thursday! Here's what's new in entertainment around Charleston this week.


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Charleston comedy duo creates collaborative livestream variety show during pandemic

A monthly comedy show typically hosted at a variety of breweries, art galleries and theaters around town has found a new home during the pandemic: online.  Read more


Extras needed for new Hallmark movie 'USS Christmas' filming in Charleston

It's almost Hallmark holiday movie season, and an upcoming film that will be aired on the popular network is looking for extras in Charleston.  Read more


Film screening to honor shrimp boat captain one of several events for your Charleston weekend

Catching a flick, adopting a dog and walking an anteater (totally normal, right?) are all options for how to spend your weekend in the Lowcountry. Read more


Charleston Farmers Market will reopen in Marion Square with essentials-only on Sept. 26

The Charleston Farmers Market, which typically runs from April through November in Marion Square, remains closed. But many vendors who rely on sales from the market say it's time to reopen.  Read more

Reminiscent of delightful Craftsman-era architecture, The Villages of Sanctuary Cove nestled inside of Cane Bay Plantation features wonderfully built single family residences. Cane Bay, commonly referred to as “The Gateway to Berkeley County” is self-contained neighborhood, with pathways and streets all leading to retail spaces, school and other conveniences all within the enclave.

This Week's Trivia


Head2Head Trivia: Get your best pirate growl shipshape. It's time to talk like a pirate.

Sept. 19 is international Talk Like a Pirate Day. It’s the 25th annual celebration as the parody holiday was first established in 1995 in Albany, Ore. To get you ready for everyone’s favorite voice-altering holiday, this week’s trivia is all about the terrors of the high seas: pirates. Read more

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