The Top 5 features a variety of Savannah’s best arts, music, theater and community events. We aim to include something for all ages and interests each week. To have your event considered for this list, email


Spamalot The Musical: 7:30 p.m. Feb. 12; The Performing Arts Center, Georgia Southern, 847 Plant Dr., Statesboro; $15-$30; 912-478-7999, Winner of the 2005 Tony Award for Best Music, Monty Python’s “Spamalot” is an outrageous musical comedy lovingly ripped off from the 1975 film classic, “Monty Python and the Holy Grail.” This musical contains adult themes and some mild language. Viewer discretion is advised.

Georgia Poetry Circuit: 7 p.m. Feb. 8, The Book Lady Bookstore, 6 E. Liberty St.; free. The Georgia Poetry Circuit and Savannah State University are bringing award winning poet Adrian Matejka to The Book Lady Bookstore. Matejka is the author of “The Devil’s Garden” which won the New York / New England Award and “Mixology,” a winner of the 2008 National Poetry Series.

Faith Equestrian Therapeutic Center Valentines Gala: 6:30 p.m. Feb. 8; Tybee Island Wedding Chapel, 1114 US Highway 80, Tybee Island; $125 per person or $960/table for 8;, 912.728.3728. The accredited program uses horses in a therapeutic and educational setting for individuals with physical, mental and emotional disabilities. They now serve over 160 students with 14 horses and eight public schools. They do not charge the families for our services.

The 19th Annual Lowcountry Home & Garden Show: Feb. 9-10; Savannah Convention Center, 1 International Dr.; free-$7; This two-day show provides guests with endless inspiration for their projects both inside and outside of the home. This year’s show will feature seminars with special guests as well as the all-new Local Flavors Cooking Stage that will feature four Savannah chefs.

Deep Speaks: 5 p.m. Feb. 10; Yamacraw Performing Arts Center, 649 W. Jones St.; free; Forty-five student authors from Savannah’s public middle schools will take the stage at for the Deep Speaks book launch and literary reading. The 2018 fall semester of Deep Center’s Young Author Project served 168 middle school students.