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Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Tuesday, September 30

Revel Kickoff

Clyde Frazier’s Wine and Dine, 485 10th Ave (btwn 37th/38th Sts), stonewallfoundation.org. Join the young philanthropists of Stonewall Quarter Share as they enjoy appetizers and $6 cocktails to get primed for their annual Revel party. 6pm; $75.
 

Westgay

Westway, 75 Clarkson St (btwn Washington St/West Side Hwy), westwaynyc.com. Frankie Sharp and friends play host to trendy fashion fags and outrageous queens every Tuesday night. DJs Jonjon Battles, Nita Aviance, and a slew of special guest spinners provide the beats, porno go-gos shake their assets on the runway, and guest performers—including frequent visits from your favorite Drag Race divas—give shows to die for. 10pm; $10.
 

BodyAche

This N’ That, 108 N Sixth St (btwn Berry St/Wythe Ave), Williamsburg, thisnthatbrooklyn.com. Charlene and JX Cannon have teamed up to turn up your Tuesdays. Pop your pussy on the floor to JX’s mix of hip-hop, house, and acid pop between shows by the always-outrageous Charlene and special guests, who work out issues facing our beloved queens—such as straight boys, Facebook names, and drugs—with a cathartic “Drag Therapy” session 10pm; free.
 

NEW: Bad Drag Queen

Industry, 355 W 52nd St (btwn Eighth/Ninth Aves), industry-bar.com. Bob the Drag Queen is one of New York’s most glamorous and hilarious trainwrecks. Catch her crashing into just about everything every week at her new show. Think Bad Santa, only if Billy Bob Thornton were wearing a wig and heels. And without the whole Santa angle, obviously—although we’re sure Bob will be happy to punish you if you’ve been naughty…or nice for that matter. 11pm; free.
 
 
 
 
 
 

Tuesday, September 30, 2014