5 fun things to do in Philly this week

Looking for some fun and unique things to do in Philly this week? We’ve got you covered. 

5 fun things to do in Philly this week

“It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia Trivia”

Grab your gang and head to Punch Line Philly this week to test your knowledge on all things Paddy’s Pub at Punch Line’s “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” trivia event. Trivia will be hosted by Bennett from 96.5 TDY, and the evening will also feature prizes, drink specials and maybe even a rum ham. All proceeds from the event will go directly to benefit the Pennsylvania Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (PSPCA.) 

Jan. 14, 7 pm, 33 E. Laurel St., Philadelphia, $8, punchlinephilly.com

Beer, Bread, ‘Bucha: A Fermentation Workshop

Get ready for a unique, interesting and deliciously informative class at Bar Amis this week. The Beer, Bread, ‘Bucha workshop will be led by experts from Levante Brewing, Funky Fresh Ferments and Bar Amis, and will highlight tips, tricks and techniques for fermenting the three B’s during live demonstrations and hands-on experimentations. Guests who attend will get to sample the beer, bread and kombucha throughout the duration of the workshop as well. According to the event site, tickets include demonstrations, takeaways, samples, snacks, tax,and gratuity.

Jan. 14, 6 pm, Bar Amis, 4503 S Broad St., $55, amistrattoria.com

Ron Pope

American pop and rock singer/songwriter Ron Pope is hitting the stage this week in Philly for one night only. Pope will be performing some of his most popular tracks while on his tour including “A Drop in the Ocean,” “Perfect for Me,” “One Grain of Sand,” “You’re the Reason I Come Home,” and “In My Bones.” Philadelphians can catch Pope at The Fillmore this Thursday night. 

Jan. 16, 8 pm, The Fillmore, 29 E Allen St., Philadelphia, $25, thefillmorephilly.com

“My General Tubman”

The Arden Theatre Company’s latest production opens this week, and Philadelphians should not miss the opportunity to catch the world premiere of this show from noted author and scholar Lorene Cary. The show focuses on Harriet Tubman and her inspirational life and is directed by award-winning theatre artist James Ijames. “My General Tubman” will run at the Arden’s Arcadia Stage from January 16 to March 1. 

Jan. 16-March 1, times vary, Arden Theatre Company, 40 N 2nd St., Philadelphia, prices vary, ardentheatre.org

Drink and Draw

It’s time to make your own masterpiece while also sipping on a few enticing libations. Philadelphians can head to The Center for Art in Wood to indulge in this colorful event where participants can sip on wine and mingle, and then draw from over 1200 objects in their Museum Collection. The wine will be provided, all you have to do is bring your drawing materials. All skill levels (and those 21 and older) are welcome at this free event. 

Jan. 15, 6 pm, The Center for Art in Wood, 141 N 3rd St, Philadelphia, free, centerforartinwood.org