Paige Turner returns to Club Cafe with a new show for the third time in a year. Last February Sergio and I saw her show My Funny Valentine. Paige puts on an excellent show and is worth every penny IMO. This show, Tucking Myself In! features ridiculous parodies and songs that Paige sings live from HAIRSPRAY, TAYLOR SWIFT, MUPPETS, CARLY RAE JEPSEN.
Make plans with friends or for a fun date night and get your tickets before she sells out (because she ALWAYS sells out). Trust me when I tell you that by the time her show comes to Boston in late February you’re going to need / want a fun night out. Tickets start at $30 for her two shows on Friday, February 24 and Saturday, February 25.
Click on the links below to get your tickets before they have sold out.
Did you miss seeing SIX, the very popular Broadway musical touring the US when it came to Boston earlier this year? No worries, next month SIX: The Unauthorized Dragsical a campy spoof of the current Broadway hit which offers a modern take on the lives of the six wives of Henry VIII is sure to be equal parts fun and funny.
Join Lurenzone Theatrics at Club Cafe in January when they bring their theatrical lip-syncing extravaganza and drag queens get to tell their side of the story. The cast includes performers from New England and beyond.
Pride in Boston will have more grassroots feel this year with the dissolution of Boston Pride. Much thanks needs to go to Boston’s local gay bars and organizations that have have stepped into the void, promising a more diverse and unapologetically queer expression of Pride than Boston has seen in years. Please show these organizations some love and have a fabulous PRIDE.
Tickets to this year’s competition are $20 online and $25 at the door (if tickets remain available).
This fun event also helps do good. 50% of proceeds will go to the charity of the winner’s choosing and the remaining 50% will go to benefit The Joyful Heart Foundation, a national organization dedicated to transforming society’s response to sexual assualt, domestic violence and child abuse – as well as supporting survivors.
Paige Turner – 2-time Glam Award winner, who you may have seen in NYC or Provincetown – is coming to Club Cafe for two shows on Friday, February 11 and Saturday, February 12.
Paige Turner’s show, My Funny Valentine, will have you laughing out loud throughout this ridiculous evening of ALL-LIVE singing. Mayhem and foolishness is certain and I guarantee if you’ve never seen a Paige Turner show you will love it as she sings songs from Carly Rae Jibson, One Direction, Broadway, 80’s, Hedwig and more.
Tickets start at $30 and are on sale now. These shows will sell out so get your tickets now.
This fall Varla Jean Merman has taken her popular summer show in Provincetown, Little Prick, on tour. She is currently wrapping up a successful tour on the West Coast and will be coming to Boston to perform for two nights at Club Cafe on Friday and Saturday, November 19th & 20th.
Be sure to get your tickets, because Varla’s shows will sell out.
Don’t let the crappy weather this month bum you out. Four great DJs are playing your favorite music this afternoon so you can make Sunday a fun day.
Club Cafeand DJ Stevie Psyclone are hosting their monthly Bear Tea Dance so bring your handkerchiefs. If you need help on what color and which pocket to place it in, visit this guide page on the handkerchief code.
dbar in Dorchester continues with their weekly summer tea dance party and with DJ Susan Esthera playing your favorite music.
blend also in Dorchester is hosting their equaliTEA Disco Dance party with DJ Brian Derrick and the fabulous co-hosts Penny & Mizery with proceeds going to benefit the not-for-profit Verna Felton.
La Makina at Revere Beach is hosting the only Latino Tea Dance in Boston today with DJ Freddy Sanchez & Alex Nova.
Boston’s Sisters will be back at Club Cafe Boston to host a bingo cabaret extravaganza on Saturday, July 31 complete with giveaways, gift certificates, and of course all the fun and camp that only the Boston’s Sisters can bring.
Last year The Boston Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence gave $1,000 grants to ten local organizations impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and at Chrismas they were able to provide hundreds of holiday, but these charitable acts have depleted their community grants fund.
100% of all proceeds go to the Sister’s Community Grant Fund
Purchasing tickets to attend the Sister’s bingo / cabaret extravaganza is a great way to have a lot of fun and help the sisters continue their important work. While you’re there toss’em an extra Jackson when they walk around to collect Indulgences. If you cannot join on Saturday, July 31, but you want to show your support, you can make a donation. The Boston Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence are a 501c3 non-profit, and all donations are tax-deductible.
Much thanks to Sister Lida Christ for the heads up about this event.