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The 10 best cheap things to do this week, out like a lamb edition

1. Join the first public discussion at the Night Mayor Panel with NYC’s Nightlife Mayor Ariel Palitz, along with artists, residents, City Council Members, and representatives from small diverse spaces. (Monday, Secret Project Robot, FREE)

2. Test your undead pizza knowledge at Death By Pizza Trivia, where you’ll enjoy free pizza and beer as you answer questions in a mash-up of Brooklyn history and pizza trivia for prizes. (Monday, Two Boots Pizza, FREE)

3. Enjoy a curated evening at SAAS Presents: A Night of Comedy to Remember for a night of culture that leaves you curious and entertained, an unforgettable night of multimedia stand-up, burlesque, improv, and videos. (Tuesday, Film Noir Cinema, $5)

4. See the comedy and the tragedy at In Exhibition by Pillars of the Community, a skit based revue “highlighting performance, character, and wigs” for a night of laughter, tears, and catharsis. (Tuesday, Vital Joint, $5-10)

5. Sashay away to Pop! Bingo Party – Drag Race Edition, bringing you bingo with a pop culture twist of clips and mini games in between rounds honoring Ru and her drag queen contestants. (Wednesday, Parklife, FREE)

6. LOL IRL at Comedy at Rose Gold, a “a not-too-long, actually-good, free standup comedy show starring comedians you’ve seen on TV,” featuring Aparna Nancherla, Tim Dillon, Mike Lebovitz and more. (Wednesday, Rose Gold, FREE)

7. Dodge, duck, dip, dive, and dodge at Beginners Dodgeball Night, where you’ll play the sport you’ve likely not played since elementary school in a social setting using soft but sporty balls, plus an after party post-games. (Thursday, Williamsburg Northside School, FREE)

8. Harness the power of flowers at Blending Herbal Smokes, a workshop discussing the various herbs which are safe to be burnt and inhaled to release tension or increase alertness, and learn how to make a personal blend. (Thursday, Catland, $20)

9. Enter the circle of life for The Lion King Movie Musical Party, an interactive film screening with props, things to shout, and fart jokes, plus a set from Disney cover band The Little Mermen. (Friday, The Bell House, $12)

10. Get lit at BYO Projector, where video artists come with projectors to take over the gallery with digital lights on every surface. No lights, just projectors. (Friday, Superchief Gallery, $10 or free if you BYO projector)

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