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Philly Weekend Entertainment Groove

Happy first weekend of November, everybody! 

Let’s do it. 

My Son the Waiter:A Jewish Tragedy Get ready to laugh your ass off, Philly, because famed comedian Brad Zimmerman is here and serving up non-stop laughs in his critically acclaimed one-man play! The vivacious story of “one man’s struggle to fulfill his dream and ‘make it’ as a comedic actor in New York,” this show has everything you could possibly want, that is, if you like to laugh out loud for ninety minutes straight. Really, who doesn’t in these crazy times? So, don’t delay and grab those tickets now! Plus, get to know all of the talents of this fine gentlemen right here as he recently stopped by Philly Mixtape to break all kinds of mugs about, well…..it all. Tonight-Nov 19th/Various dates & showtimes/Penn’s Landing Playhouse/211 S. Christopher Columbus Blvd.

Sing Your Life Karaoke w/ Sara Sherr  In the mood to slay your favorite karaoke grooves all weekend long? Well, you’re in luck because chances are the always colorful Ms. Sherr has everything you need for your song butchering/slaying pleasure at any one of these fab Philly locations listed below. Get to it. Sun, 9-2 Bob and Barbara’s, 1509 South Street Tues, 9-2 12 Steps Down, 9th and Christian Thurs, 10-2 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

The Phantom of the Opera   An event, make that–a stage spectacle–that truly needs no introduction as everyone and their Broadway music mother is in tune to legendary composer Andrew Lloyd’s Weber’s classic production. But like the Phantom himself, this beloved show is only here for a short time only, so get those tickets right here, right now while you still can.  Tonight-Nov 12th/The Academy of Music/240 S. Broad St./Various ticket prices and showtimes 

American HamStand:A Drag Cabaret  In what will be the most delightfully cray show of the weekend, join the not-so-elusive Philly entertainment troupe, Haus of Ham(Eric Jaffe, Lili St. Queer and Mister Fahrenheit),as they join creative hooves to bring you a show stuffed with all kinds of kweendom, komedy, drag, gender bending and dear sweet heavenly church music. Plus, their tucks are always just so fucking meaty…so don’t miss it! For tickets and much more on this soon-to-be local spectacle, go right here, right now.…then go. Tonight/9 pm/Painted Bride Art Center/230 Vine St. 

NOTO The tricked out grooves provided by Deorro tonight plus the hard pumping beats served up by Four Color Zack tomorrow night equals one hell of a Philly dance party all weekend long. Go.  NOTO/Friday & Saturday/10 pm/1209 Vine St. 

Sex Dwarf:A New Chapter!! It’s baaaaack. And no, we’re not talking about the 2016 election (one year ago..may we never forget), we’re spilling about much, much more pleasant affairs like the return of Mr. Robert Drake’s Club Mousai helmed Sex Dwarf par-tays! However…there’s just one fabulous hitch…it’s now on Saturday nights for your weekend pleasure! So, come one, come all and get down to the SD get down as Drake will as always be guiding you through all struts of dance music life until it’s time for Daylight Savings to kick in. So, now….all you have to do is…go. Meaning…go. Happy return of Sex Dwarf weekend! Saturday/10 pm/Club Mousai/1227 Walnut St.

Come, Rainbows Do you know what we all need more of in our lives right now? Laughter, bitch! And this Sunday night, Mr. Alejandro Morales is about to serve up loads of laughs and then some with a queer comedy variety show that’s been deemed “the one you’ve wanted this whole damn time.” So, head to Tabu tomorrow night (only an $8 cover, kids!), and join Mr. Morales along with Michael Kelly, Sarah Bell, Al Dooks, Robert O’Neill, Brandon Vincent Jackson and Josh Millhouse for a night of side-splitting action that’ll be guaranteed to get you more than ready for the werk week ahead.  Sunday/7 pm/Tabu Lounge & Sports Bar/200 South 12th St. 

Honeygasm Sunday Have you properly, um, gasm-ed this fall? Chances are..no, well, not in a way that Honeytree Evil Eye and her tremendous cast of some of the phinest Philly Burlesque entertainers are going to give it to you this Sunday during another round of their smash show at Franky Bradley’s. And with a roster this month that includes Iris Spectre, Jaeda, Mr B Easy, Flrt Vonnegut and DJ Lili St. Queer, you know shit’s about to get wet, wild, and oh, so delightfully weird. Don’t miss it!   Sunday/$10/doors at 7/show at 8/Franky Bradley’s Upstairs/1320 Chancellor St. 

Pandora Boxx  What happens when RuPaul’s Drag Race season 2 siren Ms. Boxx takes over the Philly stages? You’re about to fucking find out. Sashay right here and grab those tickets, kween.  Sunday/730 pm/Ruba Club/416 Green St. 

Margaret Cho  Yes, that Margaret Cho is coming to Philly this weekend and is guaranteed to take over The Fillmore in only a way that she knows how to do….by being Margaret fucking Cho. Get those tickets.   Sunday/730 pm/The Fillmore/29 E. Allen St. 

Also on the local and legendary entertainment decks for your….

Friday/11/3 

Courtney Bartnett/Kurt Vile @Tower Theatre (7 pm, 69th & Ludlow St.)……………Elbow@The Fillmore(8 pm, 29 E. Allen St.)…………Flogging Molly @Electric Factory(8 pm, 421 N.7th St.)………Yautja@Kung Fu Necktie(7 pm, 1248 N. Front St.)…….Little Strike@The Barbary(8 pm, 951 Frankford Ave)……..Carl Craig @Coda (11 pm, 1712 Walnut St.)

Saturday/11/4 

The Shins@The Fillmore(8 pm, 29 E. Allen St.)…………Flying Lotus @Electric Factory(830 pm, 421 N. 7th St.)…………Tori Amos@Tower Theatre(8 pm, 69th & Ludlow St.)……….The Dears@Boot & Saddle(830 pm, 1131 S.Broad St.)………..The Legwarmers @The Trocadero(9 pm, 1003 Arch St.)……..Big League @The Barbary(830 pm, 951 Frankford Ave)………….foxtrot@Milkboy Philly(830 pm, 1100 Chestnut St.)

Sunday/11/5

Showtunes Sundays@Tavern on Camac(9 pm, 243 S. Camac St.)………..Sinful Sundays w/The Godess Isis@Tabu(10 pm, 200 S. 12th St.)………Josh Ritter@Union Transfer(7 pm, 1024 Spring Garden St.)………Mister Heavenly@Johnny Brenda‘s(9 pm, 1201 Frankford Ave)………Space Captain@Silk City Diner & Lounge(7 pm, 435 Spring Garden St.) 

For much, much more things and thangs to do for your official first weekend of November, check this and this out….now. 

And do you (yes, you) want more…stuff like this all of the time? Then become a fabulous fan of Philly Mixtape right here and here

Cover photo courtesy of Curle & Co. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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