Looking for fun and unique things to do in Philly this week? Metro has you covered.
5 fun things to do in Philly this week
Tim And Eric: 2020 Mandatory Attendance World Tour
The comedy duo with Philly roots comes to The Met for a show that cannot be described– only experienced. Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim, known for several comedy TV shows as well as their live performances, are known for putting plenty of surprises in their shows. See what the former Temple University students have in store for this stop on their world tour. Expect plenty of hilarity and a little bit of insanity.
Feb. 10, The Met, 858 N Broad St., $25-$49.50, themetphilly.com
Condoms and Candies
The annual sex education event for teens returns with talks about safe sex, consent and healthy relationships. Through the museum’s Center for Education, this Valentine’s day event provides a safe space for teens to take charge of their sexual health. STI testing will be available through Planned Parenthood and the AIDS Healthcare Foundation, and attendees will have the chance to compete in fun, sexy trivia for a chance to win prizes.
Feb. 11, The Mütter Museum at The College of Physicians of Philadelphia, 19 S 22nd St., Free, collegeofphysicians.org
Not Yet Rated: An Improvised Rom-Com
See romantic comedy tropes collide to form the most hilarious improvised love story. Philly Improv Theatre honors the classic rom-coms we all know and love to give them new life onstage. See actors form new storylines for your favorite character archetypes like the career go-getter, journalist on assignment and the adorable klutz. Will they find true love or end up alone on Valentine’s Day? This show is part of Philly Theatre Week.
Feb. 12-15, Adrienne Theater, 2030 Sansom St., $15, theatrephiladelphia.org
Puppies & Prosecco
Open your heart to fall in love with your new best friend for Valentine’s Day. Jason Matthew Salon in Rittenhouse hosts adoptable pups from PSPCA for an ultra adorable (and chic) adoption event. Meet the pups, mingle with other animal lovers and enjoy some prosecco for a great cause. Admission is free and donations are strongly encouraged.
Feb. 13, Jason Matthew Salon, 1735 Chestnut St., Free, jasonmatthew.com
Let’s Talk about Sex
Head to The Franklin Institute for the ultimate adults-only Valentine’s Day party co-curated by local sexologist and podcaster Timaree Schmit. A range of performances and fun talks will take place in the museum, including exploring the recently reopened Giant Heart exhibition. Head to Drag Queen Storytime with Brittany Lynn for a series of special readings, and be prepared for audience participation. Clown troupe Tribe of Fools will take on the broken sex education system for a hilarious performance.
Feb. 13, 7 p.m.-10 p.m., The Franklin Institute, 222 N 20th St., $20, fi.edu