YourWeek: clubs, arts, culture

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[Nightlife, Wed.] Get down to underground house  at Phoenix Landing as Re:Set Wednesdays welcomes the Wolf +Lamb experience. [$5, 19+]

[Film, Wed.-Sun.] The 10th annual Boston International Film Festival screens films from over 30 countries at the AMC/Loews Theatre downtown. [$12/session, $75/pass]

[Theater, Thurs.] At Unity Somerville, Bare Bones Stages Readings takes on 84 Charing Cross Road, a story of an unlikely friendship between a young woman in New York and a bookseller in London in the years following the Second World War. [Free, $5 suggested donation]

[Nightlife, Thurs.] GLOW Boston has guest DJs Shmegore and Kevin Wang bringing fresh electro, house and top40 remixes to the decks! First 50 at the door will be entered to win Kaskade tickets. [$15, 18+]

[Nightlife, Thurs.] Bassnectar is sold out, but RISE After-Hours is hosting the official after-party from midnight to 4 a.m. [$15, 18+]

[Music, Thurs.] Enjoy tapas while listening to sounds from Chris North, Riding Shotgun and So Sol at Tres Gatos to benefit the second annual Jamaica Plain music festival. [$7 suggested donation]

[Theater, Thurs.-Sun.] Suffolk’s Theatre Department is putting on Anything Goes, a musical comedy, in the C. Walsh Theatre. [$10/students]

[Nightlife, Fri.] Former Avalon resident DJ Eli WIlkie will tear up RISE’s dance floor with White Rabbit resident DJs Jay K and Damien Paul at the Wonderland party. Noms will cover the lounge. [$15/$20, 18+]

[Music, Fri.-Sat.] A variety of contemporary and standard repertory operas will sing multiple scenes at the Boston Conservatory’s Seully Hall. [Free]

[Dance, Sat.] Street performer auditions are being held at Faneuil Hall Marketplace to obtain performance permits. [Free]

[Nightlife, Sat.] Get retro when Middle School Dance fills Good Life with all your favorite throwbacks. [$5, 21+]

Compiled by Angela Bray and Kristin Baker (PAO).

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