From Foobooz: Four Seasons Hotels has launched a food truck tour. The FS Taste Truck is making stops in nine cities as it travels from Boston to Miami. This week the food truck is in Philadelphia. Monday, the truck will be at the hotel from 5:30 to 8 p.m., offering a locally influenced menu to hotel guests and people near the Benjamin Franklin Parkway hotel. A portion of proceeds will be going to Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia for cancer research. More here.
Villanova Theatre will debut its latest production, Fallen Angels, this week. Written by Noel Coward, the play follows two chic London socialites who fall for the same man. Declared as "smart, effervescent, and seriously silly," by Broadway World, the play will open on Tuesday night. Tickets are available for purchase online. Tuesday, September 23rd-Sunday, October 5th, various times, $21-25, Villanova Theatre, 800 E. Lancaster Avenue.
The Headhouse Square Shambles will transform into a huge open-air runway this Tuesday evening, with over 21 boutiques and salons collaborating to showcase local Philly fashion. Fashion Under The Shambles invites the garment-obsessed and shopping-addicted to view an eclectic mix of men and women's fashion, hosted by America’s Next Top Model finalist Cory Wade Hindorff (pictured). Free admission (general standing room only) is available for a limited time, by RSVPing here. VIP tickets are also available for purchase online. For more information, click here. Tuesday, September 23rd, 6 p.m., Headhouse Square Shambles, 200 Pine Street. Runway Show at Headhouse,
Liven up your lunch break this week at Dilworth Park. Each Wednesday afternoon, the free weekly series Live @ Lunch will encourage you to dine al fresco, enjoying live entertainment on the side. With different local performers each week, it's sure to be a solid mid-day pick me up. This Wednesday, you can catch the Black Pearl Brass Band. Wednesday, September 24th-Wednesday, October 29th, 12 p.m.-2 p.m., Dilworth Park, Broad & Market Streets.
Norwegian singer-songwriter Sondre Lerche will perform his particular brand of indie pop at Underground Arts this Thursday evening. With his mellow tone and jazzy influences, he's tough to hate, and mainstream enough for even the most unpretentious of listeners. Did I mention he’s not so bad on the eyes? Tickets are available here. Thursday, September 25th, 8 p.m., $15, Underground Arts, 1200 Callowhill Street.
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