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Gay Baltimore

2nd + 4th Friday QUEER-aoke | First + 3rd Friday Bingo
Fridays at The Attic: QUEER-aoke + BOOZE BINGO

Second + 4th Fridays 9pm-2am at Attic - QUEER-aoke - all LGBT community FLAVORS, every age, gender, orientation, color and creed...bringing the beautiful RAINBOW of people together twice a month. First + 3rd Fridays 9pm-12am BoOzE BiNgO! - win shots, food, or gift card! FREE TO PLAY! Brunch 10am-6pm every Sunday.
Arthouse World Cinema
Films at The Charles

Films at the Charles Theater, 1711 North Charles Street, some with gay themes among the foreign, art house and independent films of all kinds that screen here; plus Film Festivals, Revival Series, The Met Opera series, and Le Cinémathèque, a French cineclub collaboration with La Maison Française of the Embassy of France.
Home of MdFF - the Maryland Film Festival
Films at the SNF Parkway

Film screenings at their 414-SEAT AUDITORIUM in the original Parkway Theatre and two smaller 85-seat theaters. Curated, bold programming showcasing films from every era, region, and genre, with a focus on independent, international, documentary, classic, and cult-favorite films, providing audiences with a fresh and immersive new window into the art form.
Honors and awards the best filmmakers in the Greater Baltimore region
The Made In Baltimore Short Film Festival

September 30, 2017, 7:30pm. Twelve short films that push the envelope and inspire audiences to view film and video through a uniquely Baltimore lens. Fiction, documentary, animation, experimental, horror, mockumentary—you name it! Submissions were judged on technical excellence, originality, and Baltimore flavor - stunning, original short films at the Patterson Theater.
An Interactive Movie Night
The Rocky Horror Picture Show

October 19-21, 2017, THU/FRI 7:30pm, SAT 7:30pm + 10:30pm at Creative Alliance/The Patterson, 3134 Eastern Ave. The nuttiest, musical cult film of all time rockets back from 1975. We screen the film, sing the songs, and show off our favorite raunchy Rocky Horror Picture Show performers. Tighten your garters, come up to the lab and see what's on the slab! Host: Betty O' Hellno.
In the NEST!

October 21, 2017, 9pm at Baltimore Eagle, 2022 N Charles. Dance Party for bears, cubs and friends with DJ Matt Consola (San Francisco).
The totally twisted ALBERT CADABRA will be your tour guide

October 27, 2017, 8pm, Creative Alliance. Terrifying journey through the Burlesque-A-Pades house of horrors as our cast of burlesque stars brings the BOO to you: Miss Exotic World Champion/Neo-Burlesque royalty; ANGIE PONTANI The Lucille Ball of Burlesque; Mr Exotic World Champion/MR GORGEOUS; GINGER LEIGH CHERRY BOMB + ROSALEE SWEET (PEEK-A-BOO REVUE). Come in costume - $300 in prizes.
Give Yourself Over to Absolute Pleasure!
Rocky Horror Burlesque & Dinner Show II

October 31, 2017, 6 + 9:30pm, Baltimore Eagle. Dinner starts at 6pm. Arrive early to be serviced. Menu: Meatloaf, of course . Tim Curry (chicken curry), Thyme Warp (grilled seasoned veggies), Janets Apple Pie, Rocky's Birthday Cake, and more... 7pm Shadowcast the classic with a burlesque twist: Diamond Taylor as Frank; Danny Carbo as Rocky; Jonathan Lightner as Riff Raff.
The Brothers of COMMAND MC want to welcome you to Baltimore
Maryland Leather Weekend 2017

November 2-5, 2017. Long weekend of parties/ outings to include: THU 9pm Fetish/Leather Gear Party at Baltimore Eagle; FRI Gayborhood Bar Crawl: Leon's + Grand Central; SAT HARDCORE Dance/ Victory Party at Baltimore Eagle, featuring the 2017 Mr Maryland Leather Contest; SUN Brunch at Flavor. Facebook.
It's All About The Music & The Men
Testostérone - Blacklight Party

November 18, 2017. With Montréal international Producer/DJ Ron Hamelin (HustlaBall Berlin, Ptown Bear Week, Toronto World Pride). Men in underwear always have a hot time together. Add cool lighting and some other "effects," and it will be even hotter. Expect a fun night of dancing, sweat, men, and more at this very sexy event. Dress code: anything black. $12 at door.
Gary Cooper, Fredric March, and Miriam Hopkins play a trio of Americans in Paris
Design For Living, directed by Ernst Lubitsch

December 9-14, 2017. A gentleman’s agree­ment in a continental pre-Code comedy, freely adapted by Ben Hecht from a Noël Coward play. Risqué relationship story/witty take on creative pursuits, concerning a commercial artist unable (or unwilling) to choose between a dashing painter and a playwright she meets on a train. Lubitsch at his sexiest; 3 stars at their apex.
The only theatre of its kind in Baltimore
Call Me By Your Name

December 22, 2017 (opening show) at the Charles Theatre. In 1983, the teenage son of an American professor is enamored of the graduate student who comes to study and live with his family in their northern Italian home. Together, they share an unforgettable summer full of music, food, and romance that will forever change them.
The 20th Annual
Maryland Film Festival 2018

May 2-8, 2018, at the Parkway. Seven-day annual events, top-notch film and video work from all over the world; screens approximately 50 feature films + 75 short films of all varieties - narrative, documentary, animation, experimental, and hybrid.
7th Annual LGBTQA Film Festival
Creative Alliance Rainbow Fest

June 2, 2018 (TBC) at 3134 Eastern Ave. Past year featured a documentary about lesbian activist Angela Bowen, shorts curated by an LGBTQA community jury to reflect all colors of the rainbow, and a drag-hosted queer tribute to the campy cult classic Mommie Dearest. Part of Creative Alliance's ongoing support of the LGBTQA community of artists and activists in Baltimore!
Since 1975
Baltimore Pride 2017

June 16-17, 2018 (TBC). Program of Gay Lesbian Community Center of Baltimore. SAT Charles Noth Festival Block Party at Mt Vernon, SUN Pride Festival at Druid Hill Park. See website for details.
Crab cakes, local beer, music, film & arts

September 8, 2018 (TBC), 11am-7pm, annual event. Hampden Village Merchants Association neighborhood arts festival, on/around W 36th St. 3 stages of music & art performances, emerging artist exhibit, film festival, 4 blocks of arts/crafts vendors, food, antiques, and more from local merchants and artists.