Sunday Funday Evening & Beyond Entertainment Mixtape

Let the local and legendary entertainment shenanigans commence fresh for your Monday and beyond. Let’s do it…all. 

The Importance of Being Earnest So, just what is the importance of being earnest? Better yet, what’s the meaning of this crazy little thing called life? You’ll have a better chance of finding out the answers to both of those questions once you get those tickets to see the latest beloved offering from the Walnut Street Theatre. So, Oscar Wilde it up and get yours now because it’s only here until April 30th. Various dates, times and ticket prices, 825 Walnut St.

Sing Your Life Karaoke  Now that April has arrived, there’s no better time to let those vocal chords bloom by singing a little song provided by Ms. Sara Sherr and her Sing Your Life Karaoke collection at any one of these fabulous Philly locations listed below. Sun, 9-2 Bob and Barbara’s, 1509 South Street Tues, 9-2 12 Steps Down, 9th and Christian Thurs, 9-2 W/N W/N 931 Spring Garden, Fri, 9-1 Southhouse, 2535 S. 13th St. Saturday, 9-1:45 Les & Doreen’s Happy Tap,1301 E Susquehanna Ave

Showtunes Sundays Because life is a cabaret and a whole plethora of Philly queens reminding you that it’s Liza with a “Z,” bish. Tavern on Camac, 9pm-2am, 243 South Camac St

Philly Foxes  In case you needed a reason why you need to get that Uber/Lyft tonight over to Punchline Comedy Club to see Philly’s fabulous Foxes–Sapphira Cristal, Iris Spectre, Zsa Zsa St. James, Maria Top Catt, Mary D’Knight, Poison and Mizz Omyra Lynn–take it all over, here’s seven that you can read about right here and then get those tickets.  830 pm, Punchline Comedy Club, 33 E. Laurel St. 

Honeygasm Sunday You know what they say about Honeygasms in April….the best you’ve ever had. And with your cast at Franky Bradley’s tonight that includes Lulu Blue. Jesha, Miss Hula and the always woke HoneyTree EvilEye, that pollinating hypothesis is about to deem so true that it’s sort of ridiculous. All meaning..go. Right now, Franky Bradley’s, 1320 Chancellor St. 

Sinful Sundays  Because it’s called respect for the werk provided by The Goddess Isis, Navaya Shay, Satine Harlow and Ms. Omyra Lynn as they get ready to serve you lip synched life and so much more in the Gayborhood‘s longest running–and most professional–weekend local drag spectacle. Tabu, 10 pm, 200 South 12h. St. 

Miss Northeast Comedy Queen Pageant 2017 Join the always lovely Miss Fancy Dismount tonight as she hosts the Miss Northeast Comedy Queen 2017 for a Sunday Funday evening full of padded side splitting laughs as she honors current titleholder and the always fucking hilarious, Bev, welcomes Miss National Comedy Queen Anita Waistline and celebrates the 5 year anniversary of Ms. Felicia O’Toole Buffington. It’s going to be quite a busy night, but that’s not even the thick weave of it as you’ll also get to witness a “blood bath” as some of the funniest queens in the northeast and beyond compete for their ticket to nationals at the world-famous Parliment House Resort and Taco Stand as well as the coveted title of Miss Northeast Comedy Queen 2017! Don’t miss it! ICandy, 8pm, 254 S 12th St. 

And for the werk week ahead….

Summer Club Spring Fling  If there’s a better way to start your week all sorts of off in the most delightfully entertainingly way possible, it’s going to be a tough find as critically acclaimed musician Jeff Coon, along with a stunning 17 piece big bang orchestra, is about to take all of us back with a night of pure classic music truth. And we’re not talking about last week back, he’s going to take us all the way back to a much simpler time when the Rat Pack ruled our lives and crooners like Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin made it all worth while. And do you know what else will be worth while? Getting those tickets for an explosive night of live entertainment that you simply will not be able to witness and revel in anywhere else but right here, kids. 8 pm, Venice Island Performing Arts, 7 Lock St, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19127

Jerry’s Girls  In a Philly week that’s going to be filled with lots of delightful theater life, grab those tickets for a magical evening jam packed with the music of Jerry Herman and some of Broadway’s best musicals, including Hello Dolly!, Mame, Mack and Mabel, Dear World and La Cage Aux Folles. What it all comes down to is….Bea Arthur as Vera Charles for life. Enough said.  April 4th-July 2nd, Walnut Street Theatre, Independence Studio on 3, various showtimes, &35-40, 825 Walnut St. 

Cabaret  Remember what was stated above about life being a big ol’ cabaret? Well, you’ll get to see all of that life come alive on the stage at The Academy of Music this week when the beloved musical celebrates fifty years of kicking up its fabulous legs for our Philly entertainment pleasure. But it’s only here until April 9th and rumor has it every Philly kween has their ticket already, so you better hurry up right here to see if there’s any left. April 4th-April 9th, The Academy of Music, various showtimes, 240 S. Broad St.

Asher Roth Because you really miss the beer pong filled daze of college and/or your parents still have no idea you actually didn’t graduate, let Mr. Roth help you relive it all when he takes over The Barbary this Wednesday night. Get those tickets. Wednesday, 11 pm, The Barbary, 951 Frankford Avenue 

Doll-sters & Tiaras  What happens when you serve up the Gayborhood’s first drag child star pageant featuring diaper presentations, childhood talents and nap time couture by the likes of Navaya Shay, Zsa Zsa St. James, Ms. Isis, Omyra Lynn, Porcelain and Johnny Patches all while being hosted by resident Philly Mixtape local drag tea tosser, Ms. Brittany Lynn?  Who..the…fuck knows. But there’s only one way to find there at Tabu this Wednesday for…all of it. And please…leave the shade in the god damn forest where it belongs and not on these Philly stages, kween. We’ve had enough of that. See you there! Tabu, 9 pm, 200 South 12th. St. 

Never Shout Never  Because a little rock pop music real is just what you need in the week ahead. And if it’s not, it should be, so grab those tickets and head to The Foundry at The Fillmore Philly on Thursday night for what’s sure to be quite a rockin’ good time served up by the Joplin, Missouri based crooners. Thursday, The Foundry, 7 pm, 29 East Allen St. 

And for much, much more local and legendary entertainment truth all spring and beyond long, stay tuned to Philly Mixtape and of course, grab those tickets to every single show you possibly fucking can. 







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