Pork Chop Productions in association with Riverside Productions presents the return season of Brilliant Monkey by Al Dukes. The laugh-out-loud love story about a pair of estranged and very different brothers – a returned serviceman and a Big Issue vendor – who meet after 10 years touched everyone who saw it. The show will play at the Old Fitzroy Hotel in Woolloomooloo from Wednesday 19 March. Bookings on www.trstheatre.com.au or 1300 438 849.
The Harbour City Bears are putting on a Wet Furr party on Friday 29 February from 7pm at the Cook and Phillip Pool. Tickets start at $20 and are available from www.hcbears.com.
The Wet Spots are performing at the Sydney Opera House. This cult Canadian singing group will perform funny songs about sex and spanking. Tickets start at $25. Bookings on 9250 7777 or www.sydneyoperahouse.com.
Queensland Theatre Company will present Heroes at the Riverside Theatres from Wednesday 26 March for five performances only. Written by Gerald Sibleyras and translated by Tom Stoppard, the play is about three WWI veterans planning to escape from their nursing home. Bookings on 8839 3399 or www.riversideparramatta.com.au.
Due to popular demand a second screening of A Jihad for Love will take place at the Dendy in Newtown on Wednesday 27 February at 9pm. The Bubble will also be repeated at the Academy Twin this Saturday 23 February at 6.30pm. For more information check out www.queerscreen.com.au.
MARDI GRAS WEEKEND
On Sunday 2 March, famous DJ Chris Cox will play exclusively at Arq nightclub with Jimmy Dee and Greg Boladian in the Arena. In the Vortex will be Paul Goodyear, Justin Scott, Luke Fry and Dan Murphy. Doors open at 9pm and tickets start at $20. Details: www.arqsydney.com.au.