Trust Us: A Ren Fair, the Huntridge turns 70 and Meatbodies

Even if you don’t feel like getting dressed up, there’s still plenty to enjoy about the Age of Chivalry Renaissance Festival at Sunset Park this weekend.
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Age of Chivalry Renaissance Festival Knights of Mayhem, a bawdy juggler, gypsy time travelers and fire-wielding belly dancers? That’s just tickling the surface of the Ren Fest, which promises meat pies, beer wenches and a safe space to nerd out. Hard. October 10-12, times vary, $13, Sunset Park.

No Exit Observe three damned souls spend eternity in the depths of hell—not a fiery, torturous lair, but a room with one another another. As Jean-Paul Sartre’s famously wrote in his existentialist play sent to the stage by Cockroach Theatre, “Hell is other people.” Through October 26, times vary, $16-$20, Art Square Theatre.

Huntridge Theatre 70th Anniversary Celebration The Huntridge Foundation toasts to the Downtown building with a 1940s-themed shindig that aims to help fund its historical preservation. Hopefully those in the know will drop details about its future while you’re getting your Gatsby on. October 11, 6 p.m., $35-$100, Mesquite Club.


The Walking Dead The popular zombie drama returns for a fifth season of undead menaces and shocking character deaths. Watch it in the safety of your living room, or try a weekly viewing party at the End “bunker bar” or the Sci Fi Center. Sundays, 9 p.m., AMC; premieres October 12.

Food film series The Scullery screens classic culinary film Big Night and hosts a discussion of Italian food in America with chefs Alex Stratta, Luciano Pellegrini and Enzo Febbraro, moderated by John Curtas. October 10, film at 8 p.m., free with cocktail purchase.


Meatbodies Frontman Chad Ubovich has logged time backing Ty Segall and Mikal Cronin, and their fans should dig the fuzzed-out garage-rock on Meatbodies’ new record, streaming at NPR.org.. With Hunters, Leather Lung. October 11, 9 p.m., $8-$10, Bunkhouse.


Foodie Fest Las Vegas’ biggest food truck roundup hits the Linq’s parking lot under the High Roller wheel, gathering more than 40 trucks and specialty vendors like White Castle and Alien Fresh Jerky. Plus: carnival rides, a beer garden and eating contests. October 15-19, times vary, $10-$60.

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