Grab a seat at Brittany Lynn's new The View-style talk show recorded live every Tuesday at Tabu. This week Mistor Fahrenheit will be guest co-hosting and guests include Sutton Fearce, Navaya Shay, G Philly's own Josh Middleton and Chris Blondell, and comedian Jimmy Viola. They'll tackle some of the latest LGBT hot topics—from the horrendous new anti-LGBT law in Indiana to lighter fare, like the proposed rainbow crosswalks in the Gayborhood and shimmy out a few performances. Tuesday March 31st, 9pm, free, Tabu Lounge, 200 South 12th Street.
Join Philadelphia magazine Fashion Editor Emily Goulet as she helps kickoff the premiere of Ted Baker London’s spring 2015 collection at King of Prussia Mall. There will be live music, special discounts on up-to-date fashions and a discussion about when ladies and gents should be wearing this season. Thursday, April 2nd, 6pm, free, King of Prussia Mall, 160 North Gulph Road.
CUTN PASTE is celebrating spring with their latest party that should be filled to the brim with flowers and pastels. DJ Kilbourne will be there as a special guest with Nolita Selector and Precolumbian on the turntables. Friday, April 3rd, 10pm, $5, The Bike Stop, 206 South Quince Street.
Come out and see DJ Deejay perform at Franky Bradley's for the first time. His setlist will include hip-hop, R&B, pop, and dance music with the theme of being fierce. Friday, April 3rd, 10pm, $5, Franky Bradley's, 1320 Chancellor Street.
Check out these Philly bears and watch them perform their sexy acts every first Friday. Special guests for the night are Tasker Morris and Quorra Vahn Tassels. Hibernation season is over for these bears. Friday, April 3rd, 9pm, $10, Tabu Lounge, 200 South 12th Street.
Returning to Philly after a limited run last year, this musical delves into the life of dynamic '70s disco queen Sylvester. Catch some of his popular songs that lit up disco dancefloors, like "Do You Wanna Funk,” “Dance (Disco Heat)” and “You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real)"—all sang to rafter-hitting perfection by the show's star Anthony Wayne. Buy your tickets here for this weekend only. Friday-Sunday, April 3rd-5th, 2pm, 3pm, 8pm, $69-$79, Painted Bride Art Center, 230 Vine Street.
For something a little more festive, the 84th annual Easter Promenade around the South Street Headhouse District is kicking off with all kinds of gayness. I'll be presided over by out Master of Ceremonies Henri David—dressed to the nines, obviously—and there will be a performance from the LGBT Philadelphia Freedom Band. Other than that, look out for all kinds of family-friendly games, and grub from local eateries like Bridget Foy's, Ela and Me N Mo Meatballs and More. See photos from last year's Easter Promenade here. Sunday, April 5th, 12:30 to 2 pm, free, South Street Headhouse District, around 3rd and South streets.
On Easter Sunday, out artist Rand Hubiak will perform at World Café Live with Bob Broudy, Brothers and Sisters, and Dana & Bruce. Buy your tickets here. Sunday, April 5th, 6:30pm, $10-$15, World Cafe Live, 3025 Walnut Street.