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Sin­gle lady Anny Ma tests out a tep­pa­nyaki restaurant for a first date, plus UBEREATS hits town.


The Civic, Tue 21–Sun 26 Mar

Hor­ror, by Nether­lands’ Jakop Ahlbom Com­pany, will send shiv­ers down your spine. Tak­ing in­spi­ra­tion from films such as The Ring and The Evil Dead, this is sus­pense, gore and thrills rolled into one. Cnr Queen St and Welles­ley St, central city

Com­edy in Ac­tion

The Clas­sic, Fri 31 Mar–sun 2 Apr

Three nights, three char­i­ties and a whole lotta laughs. Hosted by Ben Hur­ley, this com­edy series raises money for Rain­bowyouth, Women’s Refuge and the Asy­lum Seek­ers Sup­port Trust. Keep some coins handy. 321 Queen St, central city

Res­i­dent Alien

Base­ment Theatre, Tue 21 Mar–sat 1 Apr

Quentin Crisp wore makeup, painted his nails and worked as a rent boy in his teens, then used his fame in the late 20th cen­tury to ar­gue against gay lib­er­a­tion. Roy Ward plays the in­fa­mous Crisp in this one-man show on a set that repli­cates the writer’s iconic New York apart­ment. Lower Greys Ave, central city

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