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Comedy: Shappi Khorsandi

Khorsandi’s new show Me And My Brother In Our Pants, Holding Hands tells the story of two siblings who were best friends but who also, as brothers and sisters often do, enjoyed beating each other up. Expect Shappi’s insightful observations and zany, spirited delivery to keep you amused all show long.

Soho Theatre, 21 Dean Street, W1D 3NE
June 25-28. £15+
Tube | Oxford Circus

Theatre: Gatz

Never quite got round to reading F Scott Fitzgerald’s 1925 novel The Great Gatsby? This eight-hour production – that begins with a frustrated office worker with a frozen computer and turns into a word-for-word re-enactment of the classic novel – demands huge commitment, but sucks you into its story of a dying era.

Noel Coward, WC2N 4AU.
Until July 15. £37.50+
Tube | Leicester Square

Theatre: Torch Song Trilogy

David Bedella makes a convincing Arnold Beckoff, a husky-voiced, gay, New York drag queen looking for love and contented domesticity, in this adaptation of Harvey Fierstein’s award-winning 1978 production. A heartfelt and slimmed-down revival, it mixes sentiment with snappy one-liners.

Menier Chocolate Factory SE1 1RU.
Until Aug 12. £29.50
Tube | London Bridge

Exhibition: Climate Changing Stories

A look at the changing climate through man’s invention and response to it. It includes the first electric car, which appeared on our streets back in 1887, surprisingly, and a look at man’s reluctance to embrace change, as shown by our past unwillingness to shift from the gas lamp to light bulb. Simpler times, indeed.

Science Museum SW7 2DD

Free. Until June 2013 
Tube | South Kensington

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