Your pick of the city’s nights out.
• FILM: A Few Best Men (15) David (Xavier Samuel) and Mia (Laura Brent) meet on a tropical island and are instantly smitten. They pledge themselves to each other and David returns to rain-lashed London to tell his pals the exciting news. “You are gambling your whole life on a girl you don’t know!” despairs confirmed bachelor Tom (Kris Marshall). Clumsy clot Graham (Kevin Bishop) and drama queen Luke (Tim Draxl) voice similar concerns. Unperturbed, David books a flight to Australia and Tom, Graham and Luke join him on the hare-brained odyssey. David heads straight to the in-laws and ingratiates himself to Mia’s father, Senator Jim Ramm (Jonathan Biggins), and his wife, Barbara (Olivia Newton-John). Meanwhile, Tom, Graham and Luke stop at the den of a tattooed drug-dealer (Steve Le Marquand) and accidentally leave with a stash of cocaine. As preparations for the big day gather pace, disaster follows catastrophe and David breaks down. General release, various cinemas, times and prices, see cinema listings, left
• COMEDY: Wicked Wenches: It’s the time of the month for the all-female stand-up show. Resident host Jojo Sutherland puts the funny women through their paces with a mix of circuit headliners and newcomers guaranteeing variety on every bill. With Mary Bourke, Leona Irvine and Keara Murphy. The Stand, York Place, 8.30pm, £6 (£5), 0131-558 7272
• ART: Dieter Roth Diaries. Roth (1930 - 1998) is one of late 20th century art’s major figures. An artist of astonishing breadth and diversity, he produced books, graphics, drawings, paintings, sculptures, assemblages and installation works involving sounds recordings and video. He was also a composer, musician, poet and writer. Roth kept a diary throughout his life. The Fruitmarket Gallery, Market Street, 11am-6pm, free, 0131-225 2383
• MUSIC: Get Organised: John Kitchen. Usher Hall, Lothian Road, 1.10pm, £3, 0131-228 1155
• CLUB: Soul Jam Hot: Eclectic funk, soul and hip-hop jams. Sneaky Pete’s, Cowgate, 11pm, free, 0131-225 1757