April Events

WEEK 1

April 1-4 :  Spend the evening at Cafe and Thensome, Greenville's only dinner theater for an evening of good food and plenty of laughs.   Join your favorite redneck thespians each week Wednesdays - Saturdays. Dinner seating starts at 6:30 pm with the show at 8:30 pm. 

 

April 2-5: Monty Python stalwart Eric Idle and composer John Du Prez adapt the classic film Monty Python and the Holy Grail into a musical featuring the Knights Who Say Ni, killer rabbits, accused witches and other Python touches. Spamalot adds swipes at Vegas glitz and Broadway conventions to the film's anarchic spirit.  Performed at Centre Stage

 

April 2-3:  Road Warriors Hockey offers fantastic fun for the whole family!  The team is affiliated with the New York Rangers of the NHL. Minor league hockey rules the ice at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena with the Greenville Road Warriors at 7pm.

 

April 2:  Downtown Alive, a weekly music series at NOMA Square on Main Street continues for 24 weeks from March to August, featuring local, regional and national entertainers with sounds including rock, blues, funk, and cover bands at this free weekly concert series in the heart of downtown.


April 3:  Main Street Fridays, a weekly music series on Main Street at NOMA Square continues for 28 weeks from March to September featuring jazz, blues, oldies, and soul music at this free weekly concert series in the heart of downtown.

 

April 3: The first Friday of each month 29 art galleries and venues will be offering local, regional and national talents with First Fridays. A wide range of media will be represented: oils, watercolors, acrylics, pottery, jewelry, glassworks, woodworks, photography, and mixed media. Step out and support our thriving arts community.

 

April 4: More than a festival, iMAGINE Upstate fueled by ScanSource is a weeklong series of crowd-sourced programs and signature events designed to promote cultural and economic development with a celebration and showcase of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics), innovation and entrepreneurial activity in Upstate South Carolina. The weeklong program will kick-off on March 28th, 2015 with the CU-ICAR 2nd Annual Millennium Drive Car & Cruise and will capstone with a downtown festival on Saturday, April 4th, 2015. This family friendly festival will take place in downtown Greenville.  

 

April 4: Comedian Mike Epps comes to the Bon Secours Wellness Arena at 8pm.


WEEK 2

 

April 7: Conductor Keith Lockhart returns to Greenville with the world-renowned BBC Concert Orchestra featuring pianist Charlie Albright. 7:30 pm at the Peace Center.

 

April 7-8: Summoned to a convent, Dr. Martha Livingstone, a court-appointed psychiatrist, is charged with assessing the sanity of a novice accused of murdering her newborn. Miriam Ruth, the Mother Superior, determinedly keeps young Agnes from the doctor, arousing Livingstone's suspicions further. Who killed the infant and who fathered the tiny victim? Livingstone's questions force all three women to re-examine the meaning of faith and the power of love leading to a dramatic, compelling climax.Agnes of God presented by Centre Stage at 7 pm.

 

April 8-11:  Spend the evening at Cafe and Thensome, Greenville's only dinner theater for an evening of good food and plenty of laughs.   Join your favorite redneck thespians each week Wednesdays - Saturdays. Dinner seating starts at 6:30 pm with the show at 8:30 pm.

 

April 8: Kenny Chesney appears with special guests Jake Owen and Chase Rice at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena.

 

April 9: Pilobolus is a dance company performing at the Peace Center at 7:30PM.  

 

April 9-12: Monty Python stalwart Eric Idle and composer John Du Prez adapt the classic film Monty Python and the Holy Grail into a musical featuring the Knights Who Say Ni, killer rabbits, accused witches and other Python touches. Spamalot adds swipes at Vegas glitz and Broadway conventions to the film's anarchic spirit.  Performed at Centre Stage.   

 

April 9-15:  The Greenville Drive kicks off the 2015 season with a long series of home games.  Come out and enjoy minor league baseball right here in downtown Greenville!

 

April 9:  Downtown Alive, a weekly music series at NOMA Square on Main Street continues for 24 weeks from March to August, featuring local, regional and national entertainers with sounds including rock, blues, funk, and cover bands at this free weekly concert series in the heart of downtown.


April 10:  Main Street Fridays, a weekly music series on Main Street at NOMA Square continues for 28 weeks from March to September featuring jazz, blues, oldies, and soul music at this free weekly concert series in the heart of downtown.

 

April 10-11:  Road Warriors Hockey offers fantastic fun for the whole family!  The team is affiliated with the New York Rangers of the NHL. Minor league hockey rules the ice at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena with the Greenville Road Warriors at 7pm.

 

April 10-12: Don’t Cry for Me, Margaret Mitchell, the hilarious, outrageous, and mostly true comedy about the process of adapting “Gone With the Wind” from novel to movie. You will laugh until you are out of breath at the antics which produced one of the most beloved films of all time. Performed at the Greenville Little Theatre at 8pm on Fri & Sat and 3pm on Sun. 

 

WEEK 3

April 9-15:  The Greenville Drive kicks off the 2015 season with a long series of home games.  Come out and enjoy minor league baseball right here in downtown Greenville! 

 

April 14-15: Summoned to a convent, Dr. Martha Livingstone, a court-appointed psychiatrist, is charged with assessing the sanity of a novice accused of murdering her newborn. Miriam Ruth, the Mother Superior, determinedly keeps young Agnes from the doctor, arousing Livingstone's suspicions further. Who killed the infant and who fathered the tiny victim? Livingstone's questions force all three women to re-examine the meaning of faith and the power of love leading to a dramatic, compelling climax.Agnes of God presented by Centre Stage at 7 pm.  

 

April 15-18:  Spend the evening at Cafe and Thensome, Greenville's only dinner theater for an evening of good food and plenty of laughs.   Join your favorite redneck thespians each week Wednesdays - Saturdays. Dinner seating starts at 6:30 pm with the show at 8:30 pm. 

 

 April 16:  Downtown Alive, a weekly music series at NOMA Square on Main Street continues for 24 weeks from March to August, featuring local, regional and national entertainers with sounds including rock, blues, funk, and cover bands at this free weekly concert series in the heart of downtown.

 

April 16-19: Monty Python stalwart Eric Idle and composer John Du Prez adapt the classic film Monty Python and the Holy Grail into a musical featuring the Knights Who Say Ni, killer rabbits, accused witches and other Python touches. Spamalot adds swipes at Vegas glitz and Broadway conventions to the film's anarchic spirit.  Performed at Centre Stage.   

 

April 16-19: Don’t Cry for Me, Margaret Mitchell, the hilarious, outrageous, and mostly true comedy about the process of adapting “Gone With the Wind” from novel to movie. You will laugh until you are out of breath at the antics which produced one of the most beloved films of all time. Performed at the Greenville Little Theatre at 8pm on Fri & Sat and 3pm on Sun. 

 

April 17-19: Richard III by William Shakespeare. The War of the Roses is over. York wins and England finally enjoys peace under King Edward IV. Performed at the Warehouse Theatre.

 

April 17 -19:  Goes Jazzy is a bold compositions of the legend of American jazz - Dave Brubeck and his son Chris go along with the explosive rhythms and blues of Bernstein's 1944 Broadway hit. Dorman's Spices, Perfumes, Toxins is a daring and exhilarating piece that completes an evening featuring the Greenville Symphony at the Peace Center. Various Performance times. 


April 17:  Main Street Fridays, a weekly music series on Main Street at NOMA Square continues for 28 weeks from March to September featuring jazz, blues, oldies, and soul music at this free weekly concert series in the heart of downtown.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

WEEK 4

April 21-22: Summoned to a convent, Dr. Martha Livingstone, a court-appointed psychiatrist, is charged with assessing the sanity of a novice accused of murdering her newborn. Miriam Ruth, the Mother Superior, determinedly keeps young Agnes from the doctor, arousing Livingstone's suspicions further. Who killed the infant and who fathered the tiny victim? Livingstone's questions force all three women to re-examine the meaning of faith and the power of love leading to a dramatic, compelling climax.Agnes of God presented by Centre Stage at 7 pm.  

 

April 22-25:  Spend the evening at Cafe and Thensome, Greenville's only dinner theater for an evening of good food and plenty of laughs.   Join your favorite redneck thespians each week Wednesdays - Saturdays. Dinner seating starts at 6:30 pm with the show at 8:30 pm. 

 

April 23-25: Don’t Cry for Me, Margaret Mitchell, the hilarious, outrageous, and mostly true comedy about the process of adapting “Gone With the Wind” from novel to

movie. You will laugh until you are out of breath at the antics which produced one of the most beloved films of all time. Performed at the Greenville Little Theatre at 8pm on Fri & Sat and 3pm on Sun. 

 

April 23-26:  Enjoy some minor league baseball action right here in downtown Greenville with the Greenville Drive!

 

April 23: Audra McDonald, a two-time Grammy Award-winner and record-breaking six-time Tony Award-winner and Juilliard-trained soprano performs at the Peace Center at 7:30pm.
 

April 23:  Downtown Alive, a weekly music series at NOMA Square on Main Street continues for 24 weeks from March to August, featuring local, regional and national entertainers with sounds including rock, blues, funk, and cover bands at this free weekly concert series in the heart of downtown.

 

April 23-26: Monty Python stalwart Eric Idle and composer John Du Prez adapt the classic film Monty Python and the Holy Grail into a musical featuring the Knights Who Say Ni, killer rabbits, accused witches and other Python touches. Spamalot adds swipes at Vegas glitz and Broadway conventions to the film's anarchic spirit.  Performed at Centre Stage


April 24:  Main Street Fridays, a weekly music series on Main Street at NOMA Square continues for 28 weeks from March to September featuring jazz, blues, oldies, and soul music at this free weekly concert series in the heart of downtown.

 

April 24-26: Richard III by William Shakespeare. The War of the Roses is over. York wins and England finally enjoys peace under King Edward IV. Performed at the Warehouse Theatre

 

April 25: Five-time Grammy Award-winning jazz pianist and world-renowned singer Diana Krall will perform at the Peace Center at 8 p.m., as part of her Wallflower World Tour.  

 

WEEK 5  

April 29-May 2:  Spend the evening at Cafe and Thensome, Greenville's only dinner theater for an evening of good food and plenty of laughs.   Join your favorite redneck thespians each week Wednesdays - Saturdays. Dinner seating starts at 6:30 pm with the show at 8:30 pm

 

April 28:  Open Cask Party last Tuesday of every month at Thomas Creek Brewery.  Enjoy a newly opened cask, plenty of beer samples from their full line, food trucks, and a band.  5 - 8 pm, $5.


  April 30:  Downtown Alive, a weekly music series at NOMA Square on Main Street continues for 24 weeks from March to August, featuring local, regional and national entertainers with sounds including rock, blues, funk, and cover bands at this free weekly concert series in the heart of downtown.

 

April 30-May 2: Richard III by William Shakespeare. The War of the Roses is over. York wins and England finally enjoys peace under King Edward IV. Performed at the Warehouse Theatre

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