6 Great Things Not to Be Missed

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HPT 169: CASINO EVIL > FEB. 4- MARCH 5

Catch the fi­nal run of Hasty Pud­ding Theatri­cals’ 2017 of­fer­ing, where in it’s 1930 in the Ne­vada desert and a new casino is get­ting built in a dusty saloon town. $30-$40. Farkas Hall, 12 Holyoke St., Cam­bridge, 617.495.5205

HARPOON’S ST. PA­TRICK’S FES­TI­VAL > MARCH 3-4

Lo­cal craft beer (think spring sea­son­als and new brews), live mu­sic (think rockin’ sound with Ir­ish flair) and other craic. F 5:30-11 pm, Sa 1-7 pm. $25. 306 North­ern Ave.

DINE OUT BOS­TON > MARCH 5-10 & 12-17

Prix-fixe menus at dozens of top Bos­ton restau­rants have lo­cals eat­ing well. Lunch $15, $20 or $25; din­ner $28, $33 or $38. www.bostonusa.com/dine-out-bos­ton

CIR­CUS 1903 > MARCH 8-12

Let the Golden Age of cir­cus en­ter­tain in this re­vue from the pro­duc­ers of “The Il­lu­sion­ists” and pup­peteers from “War Horse.” Wang The­ater, 270 Tre­mont St., 866.348.9738

COLIN HAY > MARCH 17

Far from his Men at Work days, singer-song­writer Hay re­leases his new solo al­bum “Fierce Mercy” this month and heads out on tour. 8 pm. Wil­bur The­ater, 246 Tre­mont St., 617.248.9700

BOS­TON UN­DER­GROUND FILM FES­TI­VAL > MARCH 22-26

Go­ing on 19 years, this cin­e­matic col­lab­o­ra­tion cel­e­brates bizarre and ‘in­sane’ film and video. Brat­tle The­ater, 40 Brat­tle St., Cam­bridge, 617.876.6837

Colin­cap­tionHay here

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