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Kids in the Hall at TI, The Cult & Public Enemy at the Joint and other stuff to do this week

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Hall yeah: You can bring a friend with you to see Kids for $25.

LAUGH

Kids in the Hall If Monty Python is the Led Zeppelin of comedy troupes, these Canadians are more like the Pixies, beloved by a smallish cult audience during their original run but with increasing influence in the years since. Catch all five original members delivering some favorite sketches wrapped with fresh material. June 5, 9 p.m., $50-$66, Treasure Island.

HEAR

Ministry Remember the last time these pioneering industrialists performed at House of Blues? They did so behind a chain-link fence, as part of a tour leader Al Jourgensen vowed would be the band’s last. Fans can relish that he’s since gone back on his word. With SixxiS, June 10, 8 p.m., $40-$90, House of Blues.

The Cult & Public Enemy Weird pairing, right? But after you’ve gotten to belt out “She Sells Sanctuary” and “Welcome to the Terrordome” at the same show, we doubt you’ll be complaining. June 6, 8 p.m., $40-$150, the Joint.

GO

Veils A hijab-wearing African-American Muslim student expects to fit in while studying in Cairo, but instead finds herself rooming with a young radical. Revolution looms in this timely play by Tom Coash, who once taught in Egypt’s capital city. Through June 20; Thursday-Saturday, 7 p.m.; Sunday, 2 p.m.; $20-$25; Onyx Theatre.

SEE

12 Inches of Sin Sin City Gallery’s international erotic art show returns for its fourth year, arousing, titillating and pushing boundaries. Through June 27, Arts Factory.

DRINK

Jean Claude Henderson brewery CraftHaus’ Belgian strong ale is everything you want in a beer this time of year: complex in its flavor profile (with notes of banana and classic Belgian yeast flavor) yet surprisingly light and well-balanced for its 7.5 percent ABV. It might be a spring seasonal, but our source says you have another couple of weeks to order it at the Hendo taproom.

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