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14 Things to Do in Raleigh This Week, Jan. 27–Feb. 2

In December 2021/January 2022 by Raleigh Magazine3 Comments

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From yoga classes, art and culture events to beer dinners and brunch, there’s plenty of fun things to do in Raleigh this week!

Through 2/13

Celebrate Black History Month via this Burning Coal Theatre Company’s upcoming production of the Tony Award-winning classic comedy by Yasmina Reza featuring an all-Black cast.

Through 2/27
Dix Park Pop-Up Museum

Immerse yourself in the layered history of Dix Park and profiles of NC Black architects and builders via two inspiring history exhibits, Plantation to Park  and We Built This, respectively, at Dix Park’s first-ever Pop-up Museum.

Through 1/30
Astronomy Days

The Raleigh Astronomy Club is here to help you see the big picture—of the universe! The club’s virtual Astronomy Days at the science museum explores everything from rockets, exoplanets and telescopes to crafts and activities.

Through 3/1
Breathe, Back to Life

Get a behind-the-scenes look at artist JP Jermaine Powell’s influences, global travel experiences and relationship with his local community through this 28-piece exhibit featuring JP’s artwork and photography at Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts.

American Spiritual Ensemble

In the Holy Name of Jesus Cathedral, let the soul-stirring voices of American Spiritual Ensemble move you as they evoke the power, faith and beauty of the American Negro spiritual via NC State LIVE’s popular spring program, open to the public. 

Lonerider at Five Points Beer Dinner

You know what they say, beauty is in the eye of the beer holder! Head to Lonerider at Five Points to enjoy a four-course dinner curated by Lonerider’s executive chef Ron West Jr.


Gianmarco Sorsei

Be prepared to laugh out loud when NY-based comedian and actor Gianmarco Soresi (his first comedy special, Shelf Life, was nominated for three NY Emmy Awards) takes the stage at Goodnights Comedy Club.

1/28, 30
La Bohème

Have yet to live out your bohemian life fantasies? Lucky for you, it’s not too late to follow your dreams vicariously through Giacomo Puccini’s story of young love and loss in Paris presented by NC Opera.

Black People, Green Planet: Environmental Justice.

Virtually immerse yourself in African American culture through the NC Museum of History and NC African American Heritage’s 21st annual cultural celebration.

Olde Raleigh Distillery’s 1st Anniversary

Don’t worry, be hoppy! Help Olde Raleigh Distillery celebrate its first anniversary with its fifth bourbon batch release and live tunes. 

1/29, ongoing
Soul Yoga @ CAM Raleigh

Namaste in the flow through Soul Yoga—whose mission is to “introduce a fresh experience to the yoga scene through vibrant, energetic classes that are hip yet soulful”—at CAM.

Brunch at Killjoy

Beat the Sunday scaries with $3 mimosas at Killjoy! The popular DTR bar is launching brunch on Jan. 30, which—in addition to the $3 mimosas—will include $13 Champagne bottles, a live DJ and small plates.

NC State vs. Syracuse

Time to beat the cute out of those ’cuties…

Tequila Tasting

One tequila, two tequila, three tequila, floor? Hey, what doesn’t tequila makes you stronger, so muscle up to Midtown Grille’s tasting. 

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