PICK OF THE WEEK

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Some Sunny Day

Martin Sherman's dramatic comedy about a beguilingly unlikely Cairo household in 1942 springs secrets and surprises around a fascinating metaphor about the role of the imagination. The outtanding cast includes Rupert Everett, Cheryl Campbell and David Bark-Jones, a face to watch.

Hampstead Theatre, London NW3, 8pm (0171-722 9301) To 1 June

Brothers of the Brush

Tempers flare amid the paint-pots in Jimmy Murphy's dark comedy of three Dublin decorators who paint themselves into a corner with a heartbreaking performance by Stuart Graham.

Arts Theatre, London WC2, 7.30pm (0171-836 2132)

Happy End

Tara Hugo and Beverley Klein, who starred in Phyllida Lloyd's bracing The Threepenny Opera, are reunited in Brecht & Weill's second most famous show, a case of Girlz 'n the Hood.

Nottingham Playhouse, 7.30pm (0115-941 9419)

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