Weekend Roundup

Three days of fun

Friday, August 12

William Way’s “Guys Night Out” (5:30 p.m.) enjoys The Butch Factor, an award-winning documentary about gay men and masculinity tracing its roots from the Castro’s leather culture to the gay rodeo, sports and the board room. Please RSVP to cthompson@waygay.org.

Adam Darrow (left) and Andrew Tardif in The Last Sunday in June (photo by John Donges and courtesy of Quince Productions)

The Last Sunday in June opens as part of GayFest (8 p.m.) at the Shubin Theater. Click here for a full list of events.

It’s the Boys of Summer 8 at Voyeur (9 p.m.) with special guest Manila Luzon. Click here for G Philly‘s exclusive interview with the RuPaul’s Drag Race star.

Devil Boys from Beyond also opens (10:15 p.m.) at the Shubin Theater for GayFest.

Falcon’s Soccer presents the dance party “Eyeliner Crush” (10:30 p.m.) at Tabu.

Saturday, August 13

Frank Sherlock and other local poets read at Robin’s Bookstore (7 p.m.). Check out what Sherlock has to say about his summer reading list and more here.

Ian Morrison as Brittany Lynn (courtesy of Brittany Lynn)

Club In or Out in Hammonton, N.J., hosts “Crazed: A Comedy Cabaret” starring Philly’s own Brittany Lynn and Miss Pinklewinkle (7 p.m.).

Libertine Ball: Fetish Beach Party (8 p.m.) hits Shampoo with a slew of kinky swimwear and beach toys from Renee Masoomian, Passional and Delicious, and entertainment by Zonk with a very special surprise guest.

Courtesy of Jess Carpenter

Some of our favorite funny people from Philly play Millersville University (8 p.m.) in Lancaster during the First LGBT Comedy Show at the Grand Salon. Look for Jess Carpenter (outstanding comedian from the Gayborhood Games), Carolyn Busa (a finalist in Helium’s Phunniest Comedian contest) and Alejandro Morales and Christine Meehan (hosts of Camp Tabu) as they take the stage in Dutch Country.

August Arouse (10 p.m.) at the Marathon Grill at 19th and Market raises money for the LGBTQ Womyn of Color Conference in October.

Mike Roi, Jen Hess and In the Blonde featuring Erika Schiff play the Tin Angel ( 10:30 p.m.) during a Philly Summer Show.

Sunday, August 14

LGBT baseball fans are sure to be at Citizens Bank Park for the official “Gay Day at the Phillies” (7 p.m.).

Jazmine Thai on West Chester’s aptly named Gay Street hosts a Drag Cabaret with Philly’s own Salotta Tea and Aida Snatchwell (8 p.m.).

Pay tribute to the Material Girl during “Madonna-oke” at Bob and Barbara’s (9 p.m.), home of the “Philadelphia Special” – that’s a can of Pabst and a shot of Jim Beam for just three bucks.

Planning an LGBT-friendly event? Tell us about it: nmcdonald@phillymag.com

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