Ghouls Gone Wild: A Drag Show - LGBT Night @ Shocktoberfest


Hey ghouls! Come celebrate your Halloween with these halloqueens!!! Here is your chance to see some of the most beautiful ghouls to roam this realm!!! For one night only we will be bringing them back from the grave to give you one hell of a show! This will be the LGBT event of the century!

On Friday, October 19th, Club Shock at Shocktoberfest will be transformed into our playground! Doors will open at 6pm and the show will start promptly at 7pm! Don’t be late! You never know who may drop by!

This is a huge deal for us! This is the first year that Shocktoberfest is have an LGBT night and we are so honored to be lending our talents to them! This night is also a benefit for Reading Pride Celebration, so come 

Tickets are on sale now at ! Head over to their website and purchase your ticket to the show under the “ads-on” section! Also if you purchase your ticket with a pass to the shocktoberfest attractions you will get a discount!! Tickets are $10 and are also available at the door! Get them now before they sell out!

The show will be hosted by Sleigher and Ophelia Hotass, with performances by Ava Monet (Orlando, FL), Onyx Black, Serena Q, LeKross Ortiz, Whitley Nicole DeAire, Baby Filth, and Miss Cherry Darling!!!

Beats by DJ Luis!!!! 

All ages are welcome, just know that this show will be full of spooks, creeps and freaks! (Oh my!)

After the show, make sure to head into shocktoberfest itself to have a spooky time!

Desserts for Dinner

Desserts for Dinner

Spoil your dinner with us! Reading Pride Celebration proud to partner with The Children's Home of Reading to bring the first annual "Desserts for Dinner" event to Reading.

Join us for this FUN AND FREE social event that's perfect for the whole family and inclusive for all types of families and community members. There will be delicious desserts, family fun, carnival-style games, and prizes! Guests will have an opportunity to meet CHOR staff and learn about the services we offer to the community.

RSVP is not required, but will help to ensure that we have enough food for everyone!

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“Aging Gracelessly: 50 Shades of Fay”

“Aging Gracelessly:  50 Shades of Fay”

July 14th, 7:30 pm at the Double Tree, Reading PA

Tickets are $20 and available on our FB page, website and on Eventbrite

This one-of-a-kind show based on Jacobs’ five published memoirs combines hilarious stories with a personal narrative covering LGBT and relationship issues plus the nationwide march toward marriage equality – and what has been happening since.

At it’s core, is the author’s insistence that nothing is ever so horrible if it’s worth the story you can tell.  The event has Fay’s signature humor and relatable stories of our community tackling life, liberty and the aging process.

Fay has performed up and down the East Coast, with standing ovations at The Duplex Cabaret in New York City, at Women’s Week in P-Town, on an Oliva cruise, and in Asheville, New Orleans, Carefree Resort, St. Pete, Allentown, Mt. Airy, Rehoboth Beach and more.

So, come along for the ride as Fay and her wife Bonnie share life in one boat, two condos, two houses, and an RV, loving a succession of Schnauzers, and being domestic partnered, civil unioned and married.  From zip lines to skunk sprays, lesbian invisibility to marriage equality, join Fay Jacobs for the journey. You’ll laugh and be moved.

The Double Tree will provide a cash bar; if you’re interested in coming early and having dinner, please notify the Double Tree for information regarding a discount.

All proceeds will benefit the LGBT Center of Greater Reading: 1501 N. 13th Street, Reading, PA 610-741-3923; FB: thelgbtcenterofgreaterreading

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Kutztown University will present its annual Allies Drag Show



KUTZTOWN, Pa., March 30 – Allies of Kutztown University will present its annual Allies Drag Show on Thursday, April 5, at 7 p.m. in Schaeffer Auditorium. This year’s show, sponsored by the Association of Campus Events, will feature Alyssa Edwards and special guests Elektra Fearce St. James, LeKross DeAire and Aida Stratton. The show will also feature many other professional and student drag performers.  The event is open to the public. 

All donations collected at the event will benefit Valley Youth House and Lambda Legal.

Alyssa Edwards is the stage name of Justin Johnson, an American drag performer and choreographer from Texas. He is best known for being a contestant on Season 5 and All Stars 2 of RuPaul's Drag Race.

Elektra Fearce St. James is from Bethlehem, Pa., and was Miss Gay Pennsylvania 2009 and East Coast All American Goddess 2017.

Valley Youth House provides homes for vulnerable, abused and homeless youth, partnering with thousands of individuals to build a solid foundation for young people and their families.

Lambda Legal is a national organization committed to achieving full recognition of the civil rights of lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, transgender people and everyone living with HIV through impact litigation, education and public policy work.

For more information on this event please contact Christine Price, director of the KU LGBTQ Resource Center, at or 610-683-4655.