Nightlife :: Local Events
If you love "RuPaul’s Drag Race" and miss the glory days when Michelle Visage co-hosted RuPaul’s much missed chat show on VH1, then the Regency Ballroom is where you want to be come Sunday, February 9.
Love is in the air. You might want to wear a face mask, as pre-Valentine’s Day events will either welcome your romantic coupledom, or assure your perpetual singularity as a good thing.
Our warm winter continues its heat wave as drought conditions threaten our...statewide hydration. And climate change being the worst analogy for nightlife events, let’s conclude with... Conserve water! Sweat it up on the dance floor and sip slowly.
Uptown Players opens its 2014 season with the zany Broadway comedy by Christopher Durang, "Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike," winner of the 2013 Tony Award® for Best Play.
It’s a week of wonder, a week of fun. Cabaret, strippers, drinkies; we’re done!
Anja Matthes presents "Out-Sight-In In-Sight-Out," a multi-media collaborative project for Open Source Gallery. The show examines gender, identity and sexuality through a collaboration between Anja Matthes and June, a transgender homeless teenager.
Who do you have to sleep with to get a drink around here? Enjoy retro-groovy dance benefits (Dancing Queen at Beatbox), drag concerts that’ll make you flip your wig (Ethel Merman), and a rockin’ band that’s the opening act but top notch, in our opinion.
San Francisco museums host a variety of special winter events where you can enjoy a little wine and cheese along with your highbrow, and sometimes lowbrow, culture. Here are a few select events.
After sold-out shows at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in New York and Los Angeles, costume drama parody "Murder Abbey" begins a run at the Fountain Theatre.
Have a cocktail, or a soda, and open your ears (or plug ’em up if you’re too close to the speakers) as a fascinating array of vocal talents perform at upscale cabarets and downright funky forums.