Performance Picks

Dina Martina

Grady West's daft diva wraps up her series of Sunday brunch performances this weekend, which means it's your last chance to catch her perverse vocal stylings and Kabuki-like makeup application during daylight hours. West is hauling out a lot of old gags here—prepare yourself for the return of the camel toe—and you're going to laugh at every single one of them again. Toss back a Bloody Mary and take it all in. Thumper's, 1500 E. Madison St., 206-328-3800. $10, not including brunch and beverages. 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Sun. Ends Sun. May 30. STEVE WIECKING

Northwest Folklife Festival

We're all immigrants on one level or another, and somewhere during this weekend everyone can find an example of their dance heritage. This year's fest includes: An Indian showcase with Bharata Natyam dancer Kala Ganesh; non-stop social dancing in the Exhibition Hall; open workshops in Eastern European styles; and a special focus on artists from the Horn of Africa, including a performance by the Lost Youth of Sudan. Seattle Center, multiple venues, 206-684-7300. Free. Times vary Fri. May 28-Mon. May 31. SANDRA KURTZ

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