Brad Hammer’s Halloween Week In Gay L.A.

Brad Hammer
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Brad Hammer
L.A. Community Manager
October 29, 2013
1:57 p.m.

Tuesday, October 29: 

Paul Nicholls & The Haus of Litré present RHEA LITRE’S 2nd Annual Toga Party **YOU MUST SHOW UP IN COSTUME OR A TOGA**

$10 Toga Materials and Work Station Available by the Toga Tranny: Lexi Levinthal  HERE LOUNGE   9pm-2am

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Wednesday, October 30: 

Movie night! I AM DIVINE is the story of Divine, aka Harris Glenn Milstead, from his humble beginnings as an overweight, teased Baltimore youth to internationally recognized drag superstar through his collaboration with filmmaker John Waters.

Tickets are $11, $7 for members. At the American Cinematheque at the Eqyptian Theatre 7:30pm

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 Thursday, October 31:

West Hollywood’s most popular night all year! Held annually every October 31st, the West Hollywood Halloween Carnaval sees nearly 500,000 people take to the streets of West Hollywood to enjoy the some of the most creative and eclectic entertainment and costume creations around.

The West Hollywood Halloween Costume Carnaval will be held from 6pm to 11pm along Santa Monica Boulevard from Doheny Drive to La Cienega Boulevard. Admission is free.

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 Friday, Nov 1:

Sarah Brightman at the Doby Theatre! After a crazy Halloween week, this is the perfect event to slow things down. Show time is 8:15pm

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“MIKEY & TEDDY COMEDY HOUR” Mikey Scott & Teddy Margas bring their hysterical banter (think Sonny & Cher meets Laurel & Hardy) to the stage along with some extremely funny comics….
Come out & support LIVE comedy and have a blast while doing it. FUBAR is famous for strong drinks and a fun time. FuBar at 8pm

Saturday, Nov 2:

Join the #ENDHIV team for a fun-filled western-themed tea dance at WeHo’s most infamous destination, The Abbey. This event supports the testing of the most promising new vaccine for AIDS in years. 4:30pm until 7:30pm

Advanced Tickets at https://itrulycare.com/events/endhiv-hoedown

 

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