Spring is shaping up to be a busy season in the Hudson Valley! Check out these fab local events that give you something to do (almost) every weekend this April.
Nasty Drew & That Harder Boy: The Mystery of the Family Jewels
Special Three City Hudson Valley Tour | Poughkeepsie, Rosendale, Hudson | Fri April 15th, Sat April 16th + Sun April 17th
Great jumping catfish! Someone has snatched Lady Dubois’ cherished family jewels! Never fear, stripper sleuths Nasty Drew and That Harder Boy are on the case. Watch as they hunt for clues, ward off menacing suspects and loosen up a few buttons of their own on their search to find the dastardly diamond deviant.
Queerstock Cabaret & Dance Party: Spring Fling
BSP Kingston | Kingston | Sat April 2nd
Queerstock returns with an amazing cabaret that includes professional burlesque, drag, performers and live music. Come to the party at 8, the show at 9, then dance all night to the great sounds of DJ Prephab!
Crazy Hat Bingo 2016
High Meadow School | Stone Ridge | Sat April 9th
Get out your glue guns! Creativity (and a bit of luck) will prevail as the High Falls Civic Association’s annual Crazy Hat Bingo returns at their largest venue to date. This annual classic is not to be missed!
Drag Bingo: “I Loved Lucy”
The Beacon Theatre | Beacon | Fri April 15th
Wrap your lips around some interactive drag bingo with your favorite I Love Lucy characters. Dinner/Prizes/LAUGHS!
The Ridgefield Playhouse | Ridgefield, CT | Sun April 17th
New York’s downtown darling Bridget Everett hits The Ridgefield Playhouse stage with her band, The Tender Moments, and a bottle of chardonnay to sing all her favorite love songs and share the stories of the men that made her…feel? From tender moments to prison sex, come get inside her.
Queenston Homo Disco
BSP Kingston | Kingston | Thurs April 21st
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Set your phasers to stunning as DJsquirrelsuit’s monthly queer cabaret party returns to uptown