Weekend Roundup

Pissi Myles debuts a new show, Margaret Cho comes to town, G Philly's LGBT Flower Show Party and more gay things to do this weekend in Philly.



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    Rocco, which incorporates a cast of male “dancer-fighters” (need we say more?), plays Friday and Saturday night at FringeArts.

    There’s a West Philly house party to raise funds for out City Council At-Large candidate Sherrie Cohen.

  • It’s part boxing match, part dance performance: Fringe Arts presents Rocco, which incorporates a cast of male “dancer-fighters” that are sure to wow audiences with their close combat choreography.
  • Martha Graham Cracker will make her debut in the new upstairs lounge at Franky Bradley’s, the restaurant lounge that use to house lesbian bar Sisters.
  • DJ Nolita Selector and guest DJ Sugur Shane return for their monthly dance party/fundraiser, Crystal Queer.
  • How do you add more fun to your night? Alcohol, duh. Comedy troupe Bye Bye Liver is hosting their first-ever Gay Night—with an opener by local out comedian Alejandro Morales.
  • In response to the violence that’s been happening in the Gayborhood recently, Qventures has enlisted Aikido champ Eric Manas for a good ol’ fashioned self-defense class.
  • Bev is pulling out the big wigs for the February edition of her Bitchfest!
  • Pissi Myles unveils her newest show, “What Makes Me Pissi,” a variety night where she invites some of the area’s most talented performers. This time around, it’s Mistor Fahrenheit, Eric Jaffe and New York City’s Brita Filter.