Five Things To Do In Edinburgh: Tuesday 6 November

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Your pick of the city’s nights out

• FILM: Fun Size (12A). Wren (Victoria Justice) is thrilled when dreamboat Aaron (Thomas McDonell) invites her to his Halloween party. Alas, the young woman’s excitement is extinguished when her mother Joy (Chelsea Handler) reveals she is going to a party with her 27-year-old boyfriend (Josh Pence). This condemns Wren to babysitting her destructive little brother, Albert (Jackson Nicoll). Suitably aggrieved, Wren heads into the night with best friends April (Jane Levy) and Albert in tow. At a haunted house, Wren loses her little brother and she encourages April and debate team school mates Roosevelt (Thomas Mann) and Peng (Osric Chau) to help her search for the oddball tyke. Meanwhile, comic book-obsessed cashier Fuzzy (Thomas Middlemarch) befriends Albert and invites his costumed sidekick on a mission to win back his girlfriend Lara (Abby Elliott) from her tattooed new beau, Jorgen (Johnny Knoxville). General release, various cinemas, times and prices

• MUSIC: Some Like It Hip Hop. Some Like it Hip Hop made its world premiere in 2011, ZooNation’s first new production since the phenomenal Into The Hoods became the longest running dance show ever seen in the West End. Emulating its success, Some Like it Hip Hop was an instant smash-hit. Festival Theatre, Nicolson Street, 7.30pm, £11.50–£18.50 (£8.50–£15.50), 0131-529 6000

• MUSICAL: 42nd Street. Popular musical about a chorus girl who gets the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to play the leading lady. The Edinburgh Playhouse, Greenside Place, 7.30pm, £15–£45, 0844-871 3014

• COMEDY: Wicked Wenches. Mitch Benn, Keith Farnan, Derek Johnston, Lars Berrum and host Jojo Sutherland. The Stand, York Place, 8.30pm, £6 (£5), 0131-558 7272

• EXHIBITION: Galapagos. Exhibition bringing together work by 12 artists who have traveled to and spent time in the Galápagos archipelago through a residency programme initiated in 2007, ranging across film-making, video, installation, painting, sculpture, photography, animation, illustration and sound. The Fruitmarket Gallery, Market Street, 11am-6pm, free, 0131-225 2383