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Weekly top picks: Perth Glory, Bruce Dickinson, more

Monday got you down? Need to inject some fun into your week? We've got you sorted with a healthy dose of this week's best events.

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Whether you’re keen to travel back in time and hang with the dinosaurs, laugh yourself silly with one of New Zealand’s favourite comedians, or hear tour tales from one of the world’s most storied musicians we’ve got your week sorted.

Jurassic Creatures Live – book now

The dinosaurs are coming, and they’re taking over St Kilda this week. Featuring over 30 life-size dinosaurs, prepare to be amazed and thrilled as these great creatures return before your eyes.

Saturday 20 October – St Kilda Triangle, Melbourne

Sunday 21 October – St Kilda Triangle, Melbourne

Perth Glory – book now

This weekend, watch Perth Glory  take on the Western Sydney Wanderers at home.

Sunday 21 October – nib Stadium, Perth

Pop-Up Globe – book n0w

From magical fantasy A Midsummer Night’s Dream, to controversial comedy The Merchant of Venice, the blood-soaked tragedy of Macbeth and laugh-out-loud slapstick The Comedy of Errors — prepare to cheer, boo, clap, and heckle louder than you ever have before.

Cal Wilson – book now

Cal’s always been a bit of a people pleaser. This year that changes. She’s saying all the things she’s never said: about feminism, politics, and those brown shoes her husband won’t throw out. Prepare to laugh so hard your belly aches.

Wednesday 17 October to Saturday 20 October – The Comics Lounge, Melbourne

Cheap Trick – book now

One of the most influential rock groups of the past fifty years, Cheap Trick will bring their genre-defying global smash hits like ‘I Want You To Want Me’, ‘Dream Police’, ‘Surrender’, ‘The Flame’ to the stage.

Monday 15 October – Palais Theatre, Melbourne

Thursday 18 October – The Tivoli, Brisbane

Bruce Dickinson – book now

Off the back of his autobiography, What Does This Button Do? Bruce Dickinson will be sharing tales from his life of the road — and believe us when we say they are wild.

Thursday 18 October – Enmore Theatre, Sydney

Friday 19 October – Palais Theatre, Melbourne

Sunday 21 October – Llewelyn Hall, Canberra