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Thursday, Sep 27, 2018

Le Creuset has been world–renowned since their first enamaled cast iron cookware hit the market in 1925. Though the kitchen gear normally sells for top dollar, the Le Creuset Factory-to-Table Sale Event, taking place in Charleston for the second time, offers unbeatable prices on limited-edition colors and styles for a worthy cause. Top Charleston chefs are on hand to demo the wares at the event, also featuring live music, drinks, and small bites. Every penny of the ticket sales directly benefits Palmetto Goodwill’s Culinary Kick-Start Program and the Culinary Inisitute of Charleston, aiding students and eagar jobseekers in the food and beverage industry. Charleston Area Convention Center, 5000 Coliseum Dr., North Charleston. Thursday, 4-8:30pm; Friday-Saturday, 9am-7pm; Sunday, 10am-5pm. $25 Thursday; $10 Friday & Saturday; free Sunday.

Wednesday, Oct 10, 2018

One of today’s most renowned comics, Eddie Izzard stops in the Lowcountry during his “Force Majeure” tour. His performances have made their way to over 40 countries and have been translated into four langauges, promising both laughter and sincerity. Izzard’s show, titled after his successful book, “Believe Me,” is a unique blend of gut-busting humor and raw, real-life drama as the comedian tells personal stories that reveal the man behind the jokes. Catch the New York Times best selling author and world-renowned comedian as he appears at the Gaillard for one night only. Gaillard Center, 95 Calhoun St. Tuesday, 8pm. $79-$39. (843)724-5212,

Tuesday, Oct 23, 2018

Part of the Gaillard Center's Director Series and Classic Great Performance Series, classical pianist Emanuel Ax performs works from his broad repetoire. Currently a Portland native, Ax grew up in Winnipeg before moving to New York City where his musical career took off in earnest. A winner of multiple awards including the Avery Fisher Prize, Ax is a champion of contemporary composers. With works by John Adams, Christopher Rouse, and Melinda Wagner on the docket, Ax's musicality and grandiose performance style is sure to make for an evening of subtle sophistication. The Gaillard Center, 95 Calhoun St. Tuesday, 7:30pm. (843)242-3102,

Thursday, Oct 25, 2018

Enjoy a night of fun and fellowship in the crisp fall weather during the fourth-annual Harvest Fest at Johnson Family Farm. The five course meal is crafted by local chef Brannon Florie of Pier 41, and attendees can expect fresh fare sourced directly from Johsnon Family Farms. Enjoy an evening of delectable dishes, good conversation, and live entertainment by local musicians the Lowhills and Bogan Mask. Johnson Family Farms, 10882 U.S. 17. Thursday, 6-9pm. $125.