If you are in Philadelphia or are a Philadelphian, then you should be scheduling your social calendar for various kinds of events including the world series, the undefeated eagles, the MLS Cup finalist union, the plus series contender flyers and sixers, and so on. There can be nothing better for a Philadelphian than to be a fan of sports and other social events in the city. In Philadelphia, you will find a plethora of history, culture, and community to take part in, no matter what. So, let’s have a look at events tonight in Philadelphia. There are so many interesting events that are happening tonight and in the coming weeks that you ought to be prepared to embrace your very favourite events.
Music Event: Philadelphia Orchestra
This event is likely to take place on November 5 and 6 at the Kimmel Center, 300 South Broad Street. The entry fee for this programme is $22–$168. And Tugan Sokhiev conducts the orchestra in a programme that includes pieces by Borodin, Prokofiev, and Tchaikovsky.
Theatre Event: “Clue”
The Clue event will be held on November 20th at the Bristol Riverside Theatre, 120 Radcliffe Street, Bristol. The entry fee is $42 to $56. Bristol Riverside Theatre presents Sandy Rustin’s edition of the screenplay by Jonathan Lynn (which was a version of the classic board game) about strangers with colourful names running around a mansion murdering each other. The stars of the show are Regine Mont-Louis, Carl Wallnau, Miriam White, Owen Corey, and more.
Outdoors: Ice skating at Rothman Rink
This event will take place on February 26th at Dilworth Park, 1 South 15th Street. The entry fee for this event is $10 for skate rentals and $5 to $8 for a 90-minute skate session. The Rothman Rink and Cabin return to Dilworth Park. In addition to skating, there’s hot chocolate, food, cute little penguins for kids to hold onto while they’re going around the rink, and more. While you’re there, swing on by Wintergarden, which is on display through March 26th.
Theatre: A Hit Dog Will Holler
This event will continue through November 20 at the Louis Bluver Theatre at The Drake, 302 South Hicks Street. Azuka Theatre presents Inda Craig-Galván’s play about an agoraphobic activist and a community organiser who “must both deal with fears arising from existing in America while black.” directed by Reva Stover.
Art-VVessel: Embodiment, Autonomy, and Ornament in Wood
Some of the Philly events today that you can attend include the above-mentioned art program, which will be held on Friday, November 4th, from 5 to 8 p.m. This event will continue until February 12th at the Center for Art in Wood, 141 North 3rd Street. This group show includes works by Jack Larimore, Humaira Abid, Michael Bauermeister, Vivian Chiu, Kyle Cottier, Alison Croney Moses, Frank E. Cummings III, and more. “From bowls and spoons to crucibles and boats, vessels have facilitated human survival, industry, and legend.”
Movies: Philadelphia Asian American Film Festival
This movie event will be held from November 3 through November 13 at multiple locations. The fee per event is $10. You can check the multiple locations online. In addition to its many screenings of features, shorts, and documentaries, the PAAFF also features panel discussions, live music performances, food tastings, and more—both online and in person.
Theatre: “Every Brilliant Thing”
This event will be held from November 3 through December 11 at the Arden Theatre, 40 North 2nd Street. Scott Greer stars in Duncan Macmillan and Jonny Donahoe’s poignant one-man comedy, a perennial favourite at the Arden Theatre. Directed by Terry Nolen
Along with all of these events, one of the best events that you can attend is the Apple Festival. As the Peddler’s Village is celebrating this two-day event on November 5th and 6th at Peddler’s Village, 2400 Street Road, New Hope, in addition to all the apples, apple fritters, and apple pies, there will be food tents, live music, a moon bounce, axe-throwing, a petting zoo, and more. This event is free until you purchase something.