Friday, March 29

The acclaimed gay-themed film “Giant Little Ones,” about two teenage boys who have been best friends since they were small kids, and how one night changes everything, continues at AMC Phipps Plaza.

Various showtimes

 

Tony and Emmy Award winner Kristin Chenoweth performs.

8pm

Cobb Energy Centre

 

Enjoy the drag hi-jinks of The Other Show tonight at 9pm.

Midtown Moon

 

Saturday, March 30

The Atlanta Bucks are be hosting a round robin today with guests Columbus Kodiaks Rugby Football Club and Charleston Blockade Rugby Football Club. Pregame festivities and match drawings will begin at 11am. Match times are noon, 1, and 2pm. Bring your chairs and ring your picnic baskets. There’s plenty of rugby and shenanigans to be had. Third half (and Zulus) to be hosted by Atlanta Eagle around 4pm.

Boulevard Crossing Park

 

African Ancestral Lesbians United for Societal Change (AALUSC) Atlanta presents The Black Lesbian Agenda — A Community Discussion as part of Women’s History Month. During the event, the wants, needs, and issues that affect lesbians of color — and how to address them — will be addressed.

1 – 3pm

Phillip Rush Center

 

Spark Reproductive Justice NOW! and Osatyam presents Queering Wellness: A Healing Series. The final session in the series is “Yoga.” Queering Wellness is a series focused on transmuting oppression-based trauma for queer folks in Atlanta through a series of whole self-nurturing practices.

6 – 8pm

Community Movement Builders

 

Project Run-a-way is back this spring with a hot leather fashion show by Bulldog Custom Leather and a sizzling swimwear runway show by Boy Next Door. Come out and support some of your favorite teams and local businesses as they battle it out in a friendly fashion design challenge. Each team will receive a “mystery box” of items to create a fierce runway look for their models. See who’s look will be in and whose look will be out. This year’s fundraising event will be benefiting PALS- Pets Are Loving Support, an Atlanta based 501(c)(3) organization providing ongoing care and support to the pets of Atlanta area persons living with critical illnesses, disabilities due to HIV/AIDS and terminal illnesses, and the elderly.

6 – 9pm

Heretic Atlanta

 

With a Tony-winning score by William Finn, “Falsettos” is a landmark musical about how we love, live and grow. When Marvin leaves his wife Trina for a guy named Whizzer, they all determine to salvage something from the resulting fallout to form a new kind of family. Throw in a lovesick psychiatrist, a precocious 13-year-old and two lesbians from next door and you get the story of a modern family learning to navigate the stress of family dinners, the pressure of planning the perfect bar mitzvah and the heartbreak of saying goodbye.

8pm, through April 28

Actor’s Express

 

Direct from Greece, DJ GSP makes his debut at Heretic Atlanta for a night of dancing under the lights. Tickets available at the door.

10pm – 3am

Sunday, March 31

DJ Phil Romano is back at Xion Atlanta to keep the masses moving.

3am

BJ Roosters

 

The Human Rights Campaign invites you to a Sunday Funday for LGBTQ Equality to celebrate recent victories and look toward the year ahead. Guests will enjoy music, unlimited drinks, hors d’oeuvres and more. 100% of the proceeds will benefit HRC’s mission toward full equality. Be sure to bring a credit card!

2 – 5pm

Out Front Theatre Company

 

Southern Fried Queer Pride & Spark Reproductive Justice Now & Atlanta Pride Committee are holding a special Cinequeer Move Night. The documentary “America in Transition” will screen just in time for #TransDayOfVisibility. Food and drinks will be served.

6 – 10pm

The Bakery Atlanta

 

Monday, April 1

T-Time Atlanta Trans Youth holds their weekly meeting tonight.

7pm

St. Annes Episcopal Church

 

The PFLAG support group for parents and families of LGBTQ children meets tonight at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Atlanta.

7:30 – 9pm

 

Tuesday, April 2

Check out free pool and rotating DJs at Bulldogs tonight.

 

Thursday, April 4

Out On Film and Atlanta Pride begin their “50 Years of LGBT Cinema” film series tonight with “La Cage Aux Folles,” the 1978 comedy classic that inspired “The Birdcage” and a Tony Award-winning stage musical.

7pm

Rush Center Annex

 

Friday, April 5

The Atlanta Film Festival kicks off tonight with its usual share of LGBTQ films.

Running through April 14

Plaza Theater

 

Join the Metro Atlanta Association of Professionals (MAAP) for the “It’s Friday – Mix, Mingle & Network” event this month at the brand new My Sister’s Room. This is your chance to leave the work-week behind and connect with other like-minded professionals over drinks, laughter, and good professional conversation. Help speed up your check-in process; RSVP at https://maap040519.eventbrite.com/.

6 – 8pm

 

Do you hear that explosion of sound coming towards you? Join the Atlanta Gay Men’s Chorus as they present “Sound Off!,” a fully acapella program spanning 450 years, with pieces from all over the world. This concert will bring personality to the table while taking pieces that are a little more classically edged than our other concerts.

8pm tonight and Sunday, April 7 at 2pm

Atlanta City Hall

 

Come enjoy Queer Bait, featuring videos with DJ Headmaster, at Mary’s tonight.

 

DILF heads back to Atlanta with DJ Kitty Glitter from down under! Get into the “Kinky Beats” themed dance party all night long.

10pm – 3am

Heretic Atlanta

 

Saturday, April 6

On your mark, get set, have fun … Field Day is back for 2019! Field Day is a grown-up version of the most awesome school games from your childhood. Organizers will have 3-legged races, hula-hoops, tug-of-war, dizzy lizzy, and plenty of other fun games throughout the day. Gather a group of your friends or co-workers, put together and register your team, start fundraising for a great cause, and prepare for some good old fashioned fun and friendly competition. Teams will accumulate points by winning games and also by fundraising for the chance to win the coveted 2019 Field Day Championship title. Register and put a team together or join a team at http://donate.av200.org/fieldday.

9am – 1pm

Emory University Student Activity and Student Center

 

Atlanta Pride and My Sister’s Room present the Drag for Diplomas Fundraiser Brunch today with DJ Wulf.

12:30 and 1:30pm

 

Atlanta Prime Timers meets today.

3pm

Phillip Rush Center Annex

 

Updated for the Trump era, Topher Payne’s comedy/drama “Angry Fags” is an uncompromising Oscar Wilde-meets-“Fight Club” fantasia about how good ideas go bad, the destructiveness of toxic masculinity, and how no one is really afraid of gay guys. The success of the 2013 original prompted a renewed interest in a sociopolitical world that seemed wildly absurd at the time but may now be closer to reality than we could have ever imagined.

8pm, through April 14

7 Stages

 

Sunday, April 7

Head over to Xion after hours with

DJ Martin Fry.

3am – 7am

BJ Roosters

 

Jazz 91.9 WCLK presents Patti LaBelle with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra.

6 – 8pm

 

Enjoy Old School Music tonight.

8pm

Mixx Atlanta

 

Monday, April 8

Looking for something different? Try Fetish Mondays at the Atlanta Eagle.

7pm – 3am

 

Tuesday, April 9

Join host Ken for Let’s Make a Deal.

6pm

Friend’s Neighborhood Bar

 

Wednesday, April 10

Feminista Jones will be in conversation with community organizer and activist Cherrell Brown at Charis Books & More’s brand new location at Agnes Scott College. You’re invited to join the conversation, ask questions, learn about the new book, and grab a signed copy. This is a Charis Circle Founding the Future of Feminism Event and is free and open to the public. The suggested donation is $5.

7:30 – 8:30pm

 

  1. Manhattan. “In the beginning there was Beard,” said Julia Child of the first TV chef whose charisma transformed him from aspiring actor to culinary expert. A flamboyant yet introverted gastronomist, James Beard was his own greatest promoter and harshest critic. He weathered shifts in foodie culture for half a century, and the award bearing his name today is craved by chefs worldwide. Drop into Beard’s Greenwich Village kitchen for bean-spilling anecdotes, on-air flashbacks, and a salty voyage around the world of love, life, and comfort food. Sit close and sample a taste. Bill Murphey stars as the gay James Beard in “I Love to Eat,” with Clifton Guterman directing.

7:30pm, through May 5

Theatrical Outfit

 

UPCOMING

Saturday, April 13

Do you have the key to my room? Back after another successful night in Atlanta for the Glamorous Party, DJ Aron, Billy Banderas, and Alan Collins bring the “The Room” event to the metro. The event, created by DJ Aron in NYC, will bring you great music and hot guys all into one room. Don’t miss a special live performance by a superstar vocalist. It’s going to be the hottest party of the Spring. Tickets available on the Facebook event page.

10pm – 3am

Heretic Atlanta

 

Sunday, April 14

Keep the party going at Xion after hours with DJ Leo Blanco

3am – 7am

BJ Roosters

 

Friday, April 19

Bear Invasion is proud to part of Atlanta Bear Pride 2019 and is kicking off the fifth annual Atlanta Bear Pride weekend tonight with the sounds of the one and only DJ Manny Lehman.

9pm – 3am

Heretic Atlanta

 

Tuesday, April 23

Charis Books and More and the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum welcome Valerie Jarret, former senior advisor to President Barack Obama. Jarrett will appear in conversation with former Democratic gubernatorial candidate and Georgia House Minority Leader Stacey Abrams for a conversation in celebrating “Finding My Voice: My Journey to the West Wing and the Path Forward,” Jarrett’s recounting of her work ensuring equality for women and girls, advancing civil rights, reforming our criminal justice system and improving the lives of working families.

7 – 9:30pm

Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Cecil B Day Chapel

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