Seven Days

A curated guide to this week in your city

Thursday, April 11

Start the weekend early with Las Vegas’ newest burlesque cabaret at the Onyx. Twisted Cherry Burlesque combines neo-burlesque, cabaret and magic. Oh, and glitter. They’ve promised glitter. 953 E. Sahara Ave., 11 p.m.,

Friday, April 12

Didgeridoo! It’s not too often we get the chance to mention that Aussie instrument. Trevor Green launches the spring season of Henderson’s ArtBeat, fusing his singer/songwriter skills with banjo, mandolin, stompbox, harmonica and, yes, the didgeridoo, for the free show at the Henderson Events Plaza. 8 p.m., 200 Water St.,

Saturday, April 13

With interest in royals at a high, how about a princely play? RagTag Entertainment presents Stephen Schwartz’s musical Pippin at Shane O’Neal Studios, with a portion of proceeds benefiting Golden Rainbow. 8 p.m., 4970 Arville St., Suite 100,

Sunday, April 14

For the 12th year in a row, Penn & Teller serve as grand marshals for the annual AIDS Walk Las Vegas and are again challenging the community by matching a portion of the money raised by their team. AFAN’s largest fundraiser begins at 8 a.m. on the UNLV campus.

Monday, April 15

The UNLV Barrick Lecture Series continues with Scripps Translation Institute director Dr. Eric Topol, author of The Creative Destruction of Medicine: How The Digital Revolution Will Create Better Health Care. Dr. Topol will discuss the coming health care revolution, ignited by consumer control of individual information. Free tickets are available (two per person) at the UNLV Performing Arts Center box office. 7:30 p.m., 895-2787.

Tuesday, April 16

Grab your little ones (or someone else’s—but ask permission first) and take them to enjoy an evening at the theater. Disney’s classic Beauty and the Beast comes to life onstage as part of The Smith Center’s Broadway Las Vegas series today through April 21.

Wednesday, April 17

There are only a few days left to check out the works of artist Lolita Develay, a 2014 Master of Fine Arts candidate at UNLV. The African-American Heritage exhibition showcases her interest in traditions of realism. 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. through April 18, Las Vegas City Hall Chamber Gallery, 495 S. Main St., second floor, 229-1012.