Weekend Roundup

Here’s what’s doing Friday through Sunday

Photo by Andrea Kaldrovics

Friday October 15

Many Entendres Opening Reception
Produced by Midwives Collective, Many Entendres is a photographic exploration that weaves different stories that have been interpreted by 36 artists, including several local gay and lesbians: Kelly Burkhardt, Anne Ryan, Butch Cordora and Andrea Kaldrovics. Exhibit runs through Nov. 6 (6 p.m., 1241 Carpenter St.).

Light Drift Opening Reception
Judy Garland Park’s come a long way, baby. Check out this temporary lighting installation by Meejin Yoon on the Schuylkill River through Oct. 17 from dusk until dawn (6:30 p.m.Schuylkill River Banks between Market and Chestnut St.).

Carrie
Brat Productions pays homage to the world’s most twisted prom queen in this drag version based on the cult classic through Nov. 7  (8 p.m., Wolf Building, 340 N. 12th St., 215-627-2577).

Norma Doesmen
For the first time in Philly, this hilarious spoof of Sunset Boulevard features over-the-top drama and drag in the Red Room at the Society Hill Playhouse (8 p.m., 507 S. 8th St., 215-923-0210).

Beyonce, Britney and Gaga Party
Dance to favorite tracks from today’s divas at Sisters Nightclub (9 p.m., 1320 Chancellor St., 215-735-07350).

Shaft Friday
Shampoo goes gay every Friday night when DJ Bryant spins Hip Hop, party tracks and club favorites. Also check out DJ Maria V in the intimate downstairs lounge (9 p.m., 417 N. 8th St., 215-922-7500).

Chix with Plastic Dicks
Gay guys and girls hit the dance floor during this underground weekly party at Club Libations above Soto Varalli’s (10 p.m., 231 Broad St.).

Country Line Dancing
Boot scoot and boogie at the Nevermore in New Hope with Bucks County’s finest urban cowboys (11 p.m., 6426 Lower York Rd., 215-862-5221).

Saturday October 16

Flag Football Pickup Play
Coeds both get to score during this weekly pickup football game in South Philly (9 a.m.-1 p.m., Columbus Park, 1300 S. 12th St.).

Rocky Horror Picture Show
Take a trip back to transsexual Transylvania during a special screening of this cult classic at the William Way along with the cast of Transylvanian Nipple Productions (7 p.m., 1315 Spruce St., 215-732-2200).

Smoke & Mirrors
Girls, get ready to grab two-dollar drinks and dance to popular club music by DJ Steven Singer at Sisters (9 p.m., 1320 Chancellor Street, 215-735-0735).

DJ Dance Party
As the hottest late night scene at New Hope’s Nevermore, resident DJs play popular tracks to a mixed crowd of gays and lesbians (11 p.m., 6426 Lower York Rd., 215-862-5221).

Sunday October 17

AIDS Walk Philly
Lace up your kicks for a great cause that raises money to fight HIV/AIDS. Donations help fund local awareness, prevention, counseling, testing and care services (7 a.m. registration, steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Ben Franklin Parkway).

Wissahickon Hike
Start the day off with a walk through one of Philly’s premiere nature trails along with fellow LGBT outdoor lovers (2-5 p.m., from Borders, 8701 Germantown Ave., Chestnut Hill).

Gay World Series Beef & Beer
Watch the Eagles game at Sisters and nosh on comfort food during this afternoon fundraiser for the Gay Softball World Series. For $20, each person gets an all-you-can-eat roast beef buffet and free beer during the game (1 p.m., 1320 Chancellor St., 215-735-0735).

Joy!
Philly’s newest tea party is produced by Optimal Sport Health Club and Ettore Salon & Spa, and features the musical stylings of DJ Carl Michaels with free giveaways and $5 cocktails at Q Lounge (4-9 p.m., 1234 Locust St., 215-732-1800).

80s Dance Party
Dance to classic 80s music while you sip 80-cent drinks with wall-to-wall men at Woody’s (9 p.m., 202 S. 13th St., 215-545-1893).

Showtune Sunday
Belt out your favorite showtunes around the piano at Tavern on Camac during this weekly sing along (9 p.m.-1 a.m., 243 S. Camac St., 215-545-0900).

Porno Bingo
Win X-rated prizes during this adult twist on Bingo each week at 12th Air Command (10 p.m.-1 a.m., 254 S. 12th St., 215-545-8088).

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