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Republican Pennsylvania State Senator Doug Mastriano recently announced his plan to introduce legislation that would effectively ban Drag Queens at pride events across the Commonwealth, including Philadelphia Pride
Excited to announce the American premiere of Meet Me at Dawn by award-winning Scottish playwright Zinnie Harris! Directed by Sam Tower and starring Hannah Gold and Jackie Soro. Don’t miss out on this mysterious and mystical tale of love and grief.
To kick off 2023, OurNightOut partnered with The Mulberry for January’s Our Night Out. Thank you,you, everyone who came out. They raised $1,322.04 for the DVLF.
Photos courtesy of Kelly Burkhardt
Honey, it’s been quite the year for PhillyGayCalendar! We’ve been serving up all the tea on everything from pride parades to Gunnar’s sizzling performances. And let’s not forget all the major events happening in BOS Philly – we’ve got the inside scoop on the hottest concerts and fundraisers. But the theater, darling. The theater. We’ve seen some truly incredible productions and had the pleasure of sharing our reviews with all of you.
It’s the moment you’ve all been waiting for! Winter sports registration is HERE. Get ready for another wonderful season of Stonewall!
The Philly Beauty Ball is the brainchild of Philly’s infamous drag performer BEV [Drew Gaver] and Ryan Rudy. It was created for everyone to get a chance to try out drag for the first time and a way to raise money for local charities. Philly Beauty Balls missions is: The one time each year anybody…
LGBTQ candidates made more significant strides towards becoming elected officials than ever before in this year’s midterm elections. Some advocates are calling it a “rainbow wave.” With results still coming in, more than 400 LGBTQ candidates have won elections so far. That’s about to surpass the number for 2020 and for 2018. The LGBTQ Victory…
Inis Nua Theatre Company announces the launch of Queer Connections Reading Series, featuring three moving stories that focus on life, love and competition. The series begins with a reading of Love Song to Lavender Menace by Scottish playwright James Ley, directed by David Bardeen, on Monday, November 14, 2022 at 7:00pm, at the Proscenium Theatre…
The Philadelphia Gay Men’s Chorus will present ‘Happy Holigays and a Queer New Year!’ at the Suzanne Roberts Theatre, 480 S. Broad Street, Philadelphia PA, 19146 on December 1, 2022 at 8 PM, December 2, 2022 at 8 PM and December 3 at 2 PM and 8 PM.