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Xtra’s event picks: March 13–19

Our best suggestions for the Vancouver scene

Ghost Light Projects ends its season with Corpus Christi, Exit the King and The Singing Butler. Credit: Ghost Light Projects

Friday, March 13

Ménage à Trois

A threesome of biblical proportions! Ghost Light Projects ends its season with three productions with everything from a gay Jesus to — horrors — a drag queen with secrets! Corpus Christi, Exit the King and The Singing Butler run until Saturday, April 4. 8pm. Performance Works, 1218 Cartwright St. Tickets $25-35 or $60 Trio Pass at 1-800-838-3006 or

Sunday, March 15

Bruncheon at the Junction

She’s boisterous, she’s beautiful, she’s bountiful and she’s back! Conni Smudge gives you brunch like no other. The Elbow Room is tame compared to this gal. Eat, drink and laugh your ass off at Hot Smudge Sundays. 11am–3pm. The Junction, 1138 Davie St. No cover.

Monday, March 16

Condom Packaging Party

You think you’ve handled a lot of condoms? You’ve got nothing on these guys. From 6–9pm they cram, stuff and pack condoms and lube into tight little packages . . . sound familiar? Plus they get a fabulous meal from one of the neighbourhood restaurants. Help them! Health Initiative for Men, 310-1033 Davie St.

Tuesday, March 17

Shame Spiral

That’s what you’ll be crawling down after this show. Peach Cobblah brings drag debauchery to a whole new level and this week Conni Smudge is helping out. Just try to keep a straight face and stay out of the way! Best night of comedy around. 9:30pm. 1181, 1181 Davie St. No cover.

Thursday, March 19

Elbow Room Café: The Musical

We’ve all been there and been dissed, trashed and maybe even tossed. Now Vancouver’s most recognizable restaurant is being turned into a play by Zee Zee Theatre and Studio 58. You never know, you may be one of the misfits, drag queens or perpetually hung-over customers made into a star. Show runs until Sunday, March 29. 8pm. Studio 58, Langara College, 100 West 49th Ave. Tickets $15