Connect with us

Bars & Clubs

Queer as Folk Cast Reunion to Take Place in WeHo

Published

on

Cast Reunion to Take Place in Los Angeles

WEST HOLLYWOOD (PlayBill) — The cast of Queer As Folk. Original cast members from the groundbreaking LGBTQ+ series Queer As Folk will reunite at Mickey’s West Hollywood August 25 as a fundraising event for Celebration Theatre.

Queer As Folk cast members Michelle Clunie, Robert Gant, Sharon Gless, Gale Harold, Scott Lowell, and Peter Paige are scheduled to appear at the Celebrating Brunch fundraiser that runs from noon to 2 PM. Celebration Artistic Director Michael A. Shepperd will moderate the conversation.

Based on the U.K. series of the same title, Queer As Folk put LGBTQ+ relationships and sexuality front and center. The series ran on Showtime from 2000 through 2005.

Tickets include a catered brunch and sponsored bar. VIP packages are also available. Drew Droege will host.

Celebration Theatre, which dedicates its programming to LGBTQ+ artists and their stories, is set to produce Justin Sayre’s camp-horror soap opera Ravenswood Manor this fall.

Click here to purchase tickets to the Celebrating Brunch event.

Continue Reading
Advertisement
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Bars & Clubs

The Chapel at The Abbey Offer LGBTQ Lineup Weekends

Published

on

WEST HOLLYWOOD — Weekends at The Chapel at The Abbey in West Hollywood have gotten a bit more inclusive and representative of the people in the LGBTQ community. 

Beginning on Thursday, March 5 9pm-2am and Friday, March 6 9pm-2am, The Chapel is launching the grand opening of Altargirl Thursdays and CLSQ Fridays.  Altargirl Thursdays, created by Sandy Sachs and Robin Gans’ Girl Bar of 30 years remains one of the few and longest running lesbian parties in the city. 

CLSQ Fridays pronounced “classic”, created by Brandon Anthony of B.A.S.H. LA, caters to the modern alternative and upscale urban contemporary people of color LGBTQ audience.

The first weekend in March at The Chapel closes out with Heavenly Bodies monthly party on Sunday, March 8 from 10pm-2am, an evening celebrating and supporting the transgender and queer community created by trans activist and model Sasha Colby. 

While identities and definitions of LGBTQ shift and change, The Chapel at The Abbey remains dedicated to being a safe space where everyone is welcomed offering some of the best night parties in town to represent all members of the LGBTQ community.

Continue Reading

Bars & Clubs

Vanderpump Rules’ Two Toms Reveal They Will Open a ‘Grimy Dive Bar’

Published

on

WEST HOLLYWOOD (People) — After a successful launch of their Los Angeles bar and restaurant TomTom, Vanderpump Rules stars Tom Sandoval and Tom Schwartz are thinking about expanding their partnership.

“We’re going to open a grimy dive bar together eventually,” Schwartz told PEOPLE while at The Pool After Dark at Harrah’s Resort in Atlantic City on Saturday.

Sandoval jokingly added that “it’s going to be really seedy,” he said. “It’s going to have lots of violations and claims, lawsuits and nothing above a C grading.”

The potential new venture is a stark contrast from their current establishment — an upscale West Hollywood bar and restaurant decorated with unique vintage-style seating, elaborate custom wooden and crystal chandeliers, and a rustic Victorian theme. The idea for Tom Tom was first discussed on the show in 2016 and was […]

Continue reading at People.

Continue Reading

Bars & Clubs

‘Sobar Lounge’ Coming to WeHo in Time for a Drug- Free Valentine

Published

on

WEST HOLLYWOOD (WeHo Times) — Specialty recovery gift and bookstore, My 12 Step Store, joins next door neighbor, Locali eatery, to create Sobar Lounge, a mixture of late night shopping, music, food, desserts, coffee, and sophisticated mocktails, launching on Valentines Day, Friday, February 14, from 8pm to 12am.

Locali Sober Lounge will host a live DJ in a lounge atmosphere at 8730 Santa Monica Blvd., every Friday night.

Attendees will have a safe space to eat, drink and socialize without the need for alcohol or other mind altering drugs.

“This is a great way to have a community social setting without the presence of alcohol and the growing cannabis environments this city is now so associated with.” RJ Holguin, the owner and founder of My 12 Step Store told WEHO TIMES. “Over the more than 16 […]

Continue reading at wehotimes.com

Continue Reading
Advertisement

This Just In…

Trending