Charlton Singleton presents Crossover: R&B and Jazz
George Benson, Al Jarreau and the late Grover Washington Jr., are just a few of the household names who were able to seamlessly go in and out of both jazz and rhythm and blues with ease and success. Now, Charlton Singleton is presenting his band, Contemporary Flow, in a night of songs that have made the crossover, as well as tunes from his latest solo project, Date Night.
Feb. 25. 7 p.m. $18/ticket. Charleston Music Hall. 37 John St. Downtown. charlestonmusichall.com
Mystery Dinner Show
The Dinner Detective has quickly become the largest murder mystery dinner show in the United States with its signature blend of intrigue, comedy and spontaneity enthralling millions of guests at their public and private shows. The action happens all around the guests, and any person in the audience can end up being a part of the show, so come prepared.
Feb. 27. 6-9 p.m. $60/ticket. Embassy Suites Convention Center.
5055 International Blvd. North Charleston. thedinnerdetective.com
Shuckin’ Saturdays at the Reel Bar
It’s your last chance to come out and enjoy an afternoon hanging out on the beach at the Reel Bar at the Charleston Harbor Resort and Marina with plenty of outdoor space right on the Charleston Harbor with a bucket of freshly shucked oysters. As February comes to a close, don’t miss out on the opportunity.
Feb. 27. 1-5 p.m. $10/bucket. Drinks, snacks/extra. Charleston Harbor Resort. 20 Patriots Point Road. Mount Pleasant. charlestonharborresort.com
Black Student Union Fashion Show
Close out Black History Month 2021 with College of Charleston’s Black Student Union’s 5th annual Fashion Show celebrating Black fashion and culture, and featuring student-models of all genders, sizes and color. The fashion show will be streamed via Zoom. Check out @cofcbsu on Instagram for more information.
Feb. 28, 6 p.m. Free to attend. College of Charleston. Virtual. instagram.com/cofcbsu
Kiss Me Kosher
Delve into the Israeli film Kiss Me Kosher with a special interactive program sponsored by the Charleston Jewish Filmfest and others. Yaniv Sagee, CEO of Givat Haviva, will join the program from Israel, examining diversity in Israeli society and guiding the exploration of the topics in the film. Register online to receive a link to stream the movie and join the discussion.
Feb. 28. 7 p.m. Free to attend. The Jewish Federation of Charleston. Virtual. jewishfederation.org