Best Bets: Shrimp and oysters, “Craving for Travel”
The Linwood Taylor band in Warrenton, a seafood feast in Remington and an off-Broadway comedy in The Plains top weekend entertainment.
Two actors play more than 30 characters in the off-Broadway comedy this weekend in The Plains. For the second weekend, Dark Horse Theatre Company presents “Craving for Travel.”
Other weekend entertainment includes the Remington Fire Department annual seafood feast and three concerts at Drum & Strum in Warrenton.
“Craving for Travel” 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Jan. 11-12
6507 Main St., The Plains
The Dark Horse Theatre Company presents the off-Broadway comedy by Greg Edwards and Andy Sandberg. Two actors play more than 30 characters in the play. The comedy follows two main characters, Gary and Joanne, rival travel agents and former spouses, as they vie for the most prestigious honor. Held at Grace Church in The Plains. Tickets available online or by calling 703-537-1071. $20 per person.
Remington shrimp and oyster dinner 4 to 7 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 12
200 E. Marshall St., Remington
The Remington Vol. Fire & Rescue Department hosts its annual all-you-can-eat shrimp and oyster dinner. The menu also includes hush puppies, bean soup and hot dogs. Tickets, $40 in advance online, or from a fire department member. $50 at the door. Only 300 tickets available.
Linwood Taylor & Friends at Drum & Strum 8 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 12
102 Main St., Warrenton
Linwood Taylor, a blues guitar powerhouse performs with drummer Mark Stutso from The Nighthawks. Dean Honeycutt from Drum & Strum will complete the trio for a night of rockin’ blues. Tickets online. $20 per person. Seating limited.