Are you a glutton for fun? Have you sufficiently recovered from your New Year’s revelry and want to have something to look forward to this weekend? You may want to head over to Guilt Nightclub on Friday, January 2, 2015 for FOXY.
DJ James Cerne is back from Los Angeles and will team up with Boston DJ and friend Nate Bluhm to host a special night at Guilt Nightclub.
Friday, January 2, 2015
Guilt Nightclub at 275 Tremont Street
Doors open at 10:00 pm
The Rainbow Times reports that Boston Gay Men’s Chorus will hold auditions for its 2014-15 season next Sunday on January 4, 2015. The BGMC will embark on an historic Middle Eastern Tour in June 2015 and members who join in January are eligible to participate with the tour.
BGMC Auditions Sunday, January 4, 2015
To schedule an audition fill out the inquiry form at bgmc.org/our-stories/audition-form. Auditions can also be schedule by texting SINGBGMC to 41411. You can read the full article in The Rainbow Times here.
RuPaul Drag Race alumnus Courtney Act, Willam and Alaska Thunderfuck have released a draglicious little ditty in time for the holidays called Dear Santa Bring Me a Man. Many of you may have already seen this clip, but I thought it was perfect to hold off and post on a Saturday evening. I actually love it and think I’m developing a bit of a crush on Courtney. Check out her homage to Madonna – mimicking her famous pose in the Vogue video.
Credit: Boston Gay Men’s Chorus
Boston Gay Men’s Chorus holiday performance “Noel” opens later this weekend on Sunday, December 14th at 3PM with additional performances December 19-21st at 8PM at New England Conservatory’s beautiful Jordan Hall.
The show will include traditional holiday tunes like “Deck the Hall” alongside newer songs such as “Sparklejollytwinklejingley” from the Broadway musical Elf.
December 14th Performance is Sold Out
Tickets to performances are on sale now and range in price from $20-$60. You can purchase tickets by calling 617-542-SING (7464) or online at www.bgmc.org.
Boston gay flag footballers are back with a new video. This time they are lip synching to Taylor Swift’s hit Shake it Off.
Haven’t seen the video yet? Check it out – well done Chris et al.
Later today more than 150 tuba players are expected to participate in Boston’s annual Tuba Christmas Concert in Faneuil Hall.
Looking to take a break from the holiday shopping insanity? Head down to Faneuil Hall – concert time is 2PM. For more information visit, faneuilhallmarketplace.com.
Broadway musical fans be sure to set your DVR for the Kristin Chenoweth special, Coming Home, which premieres later this week on Friday, November 28 at 9pm on PBS affiliate, WGBH Boston.
Chenoweth returns to her hometown of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma to perform songs, including: “Somewhere Over the Rainbow,” “Popular,” “For Good,” “Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again,” “All the Things You Are,” “Enough Is Enough” and “I Was Here.”
I wonder if Adele Dazeem will make a surprise appearance?