Up Pompeii, Murwillumbah Civic Centre Auditorium: Last days! Stage version of the BBC TV comedy series is set in ancient Rome and features slapstick and loads of sex jokes. Plays tomorrow and Saturday at 7.30pm and Sunday at 2pm. Tickets $15. Visit murwillumbahtheatrecompany.com for details. Our Man in Havana, Javeenbah Theatre, Nerang: Last days! This satirical comedy follows the story of a vacuum-cleaner salesman living in Cuba who joins the Secret Service to get out of debt. Stars four characters playing 32 parts. Plays tonight until Saturday at 8pm. Tickets $25. Call 5596 0300 or visit javeenbah.org.au to book. Reefer Madness, Beenleigh’s Pavilion Theatre: Phoenix Ensemble’s propaganda musical parody takes its audience on a wild trip of drugs and debauchery. Inspired by a 1936 educational film, the show is packed with adult humour, drug use and outrageous songs. Directed by Morgan Garrity. Stars Pat Dickson, Scott Johnson, Greta Brinsley and Andy MacFarlane. Plays Fridays and Saturdays at 7.30pm until June 15. Tickets $24-$26. Visit phoenixensemble.com.au to book. The Drowsy Chaperone, Spotlight Theatre, Benowa: Last days! A parody of American musical comedy set in the 1920s and directed by Clem Halpin. Stars Charlotte Winter, Alex Downey, Alison McKenzie. Plays tonight until Saturday at 7.30pm. Tickets $18-$35. Visit spotlighttheatre.com.au or call 5539 4255 to book. Sin & Tonic, Dracula’s, Broadbeach: The famed cabaret restaurant’s new variety show melds Berlin Burlesque, mischievous comedy skits, carnival novelty acts and a punchy songlist. Not suitable for children. (See cover story, Page 7.) Stars Rudi Testa, Danielle Casson, Richard Macionis, Megan Barry-Cotter and a live band featuring guitarist Dave ‘Kamikaze’ Kume, percussionist Shea Smith and cabaret performers Christine Ibrahim and Danielle Casson. Dinner/ show Tuesdays to Saturdays. Arrivals 6.30pm. Spirit of the Horse, Australian Outback Spectacular, Oxenford: A dinner and show spectacle with a cast of larger-than-life characters, incredible stunts, special effects, live music in the Aussie Bar and a three-course meal. Plays Tuesdays to Saturdays, with matinees on the last Sunday of each month. Doors open 6.15pm. Tickets from $79.99.
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