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Centrala is hosting a sneak peak at the forthcoming 100 Years, So What?

Arthur Strong | Sun 17 Jun | New Alex | £25.65 Continuing a long tradition of bumbling English buffoons managing to rise against adversity despite their own incumbent idiocy.

uk Doug Stanhope | Tue 12 Jun | O2 Academy 2 | £39.90 Comedy doesn’t come much more abrasive than the confrontational American Doug Stanhope, whose laser guided cynicism has been unsettling audiences since 1990.

Fearlessly provocative with little regard for those of a sensitive disposition, this is a man who was practically hounded out of Ireland for making the joke that priests turn to paedophelia because Irish woman are so ugly and once took ecstasy from a member of the audience in Edinburgh.

Gig/Family/Food: Woofstock at The Prince of Wales The Prince delivers a canine paradise to Moseley for poochies and their owners this Bank Holiday Monday with Woofstock, featuring a raft of dog related shenanigans for your loyal pets.

In addition to training and behaviour tips, dog street food and pooch photography, there's live bands including the excellent Mourning Suns and Kiriki Club plus human street food too.

Jarred Christmas & Viv Groskop | Thu 7 Jun | mac | £10 Exposing shows performed at the Edinburgh Fringe as part of the mac's Edinbrum season.

Jarred Christmas is a familiar face on TV panel shows, the likeable Kiwi with the killer sideburns is a bundle of crackerjack energy live, rarely staying on script he is at his most hilariously efficient when in full rant mode.

Mon 28 May 1pm at The Prince of Wales, 118 Alcester Rd, Birmingham B13 8EE Caravela at The Spotted Dog Caravela bring sophisticated Afro-Brazilian beats to The Spotted Dog, weaving magical rhythms through jazz improvisation and revisiting forgotten genres, Caravela are incredible live weaving several styles into unique compositions. Tue 29 May 8.30pm at The Spotted Dog, 104 Warwick St, Birmingham B12 0NH Ghouls at Subside Raucous London punks Ghouls come skidding into Digbeth Thursday night thanks to Surprise You're Dead, last year's Run album has seen the band's profile soar, it's an infectious brand of Less Than Jake and Voodoo Glow Skulls brassery with a uniquely English lyrical bent and attitude. Thu 31 May 7pm at Subside, 57 Digbeth, Birmingham B5 6DA The Cosmics at The Dark Horse Sonic Gun begin a run of free entry gigs with an absolute belter, a triple bill led by the lo-fi garage rock trio The Cosmics, completing the lineup are the brash indie rockers Lucia and the funked up beats of Mass House Project.