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CALENDAR, Dec 4:+:  From holiday shows to holiday light — and more

CALENDAR, Dec 4:+:  From holiday shows to holiday light — and more

Forever Plaid: Plaid Tidings:  Shows are through Dec. 17, Cabaret Theatre, Duvall Center, 2816 Azalea Drive, North Charleston.  Midtown Productions will offer the local premier of this musical comedy of doo=wop songs of the 50s and 60s featuring veterans Ryan Ahlert and Brandon Joyner.  For tickets, times and more, go to: Midtown Productions.

A Christmas Carol.: Runs through Dec. 20, Dock Street Theatre, Charleston.    The holiday classic returns again as Charleston Stage’s musical adaption features Ebenezer Scrooge, Tiny Tim, and the spirits of Christmas Past, Present, and Future, will put you in the Christmas spirit with four spectacular new musical production numbers. For tickets and more information, go to CharlestonStage.com.

Holiday Festival of Lights: Runs through Dec. 31, James Island County Park.  There’s fun every night through the end of the month for anyone who wants to see more than 2 million holiday lights in this annual spectacular event.

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CALENDAR, Dec. 19+:  Lots going on at Marion Square

CALENDAR, Dec. 19+: Lots going on at Marion Square

Holiday Festival of Lights:  Continues nightly through Jan. 1, James Island County Park, James Island.  The 27th presentation of the annual festival features an estimated two million shimmering lights.  It’s one of the top 10 holiday light shows in the nation. Underneath the Lintel:  Through Dec. 23, 477 King St., Charleston.  PURE Theatre will offer “Underneath the Lintel” as its holiday production in lieu of another […]

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10/26 issue: Festival of Lights; on deadlines; more

Inside Charleston Currents, Oct. 26, 2015:
PHOTO: Spooky.
FOCUS: Holiday Festival of Lights on the way
BRACK: On deadlines, new state senator
IN THE SPOTLIGHT: Charleston RiverDogs
GOOD NEWS: From flood recovery to offshore drilling, more
FEEDBACK: Send us your letters
CALENDAR, Oct. 26+: Mayoral history to spooky times
REVIEW: Moriarty by Anthony Horowitz
MYSTERY: Ironwork
BROADUS: Charleston Strong
S.C. ENCYCLOPEDIA: Walterboro, S.C.

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