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What’s on in Sydney: November 10 to 16

MUSIC It has been a busy year for rocker Suzi Quatro, with a new album, No Control, and a documentary about her life called Suzi Q released. She is on the road for a stripped-back tour playing hits such as Can the Can, 48 Crash and Devil Gate Drive. 7pm, Enmore Theatre, 118 Enmore Road, Enmore, $79-$129,

BOOKS Acclaimed English author Zadie Smith makes her first visit to Australia to discuss her new short story collection Grand Union, and share her thoughts on race, class and politics. 8pm, Sydney Opera House, $59-$69,


STAGE Rita Kalnejais’s interspecies fable First Love is the Revolution (until December 14) mixes humour and brutality in its story of a bullied 14-year-old boy and a young fox who form a bond. 7pm, SBW Stables, 10 Nimrod Street, Kings Cross, $62,


TALK ARIA Award-winning singer-songwriter Archie Roach is in conversation about his new memoir and album of the same name, Tell Me Why, and will also perform a few tracks. 6.30pm, Seymour Centre, cnr City Road and Cleveland Street, Chippendale, $29.50,


STAGE SheShakespeare put a twist on the familiar tale of Romeo and Juliet by setting it in the LGBTQI community at the turn of the century, with Juliet falling for the daughter of the Montague family. 7pm, Factory Theatre, 105 Victoria Road, Marrickville, $20,


FILM Japanese Film Festival (until November 24) opens with Masquerade Hotel, a screen adaptation of Keigo Higashino’s mystery novel of the same name in which a detective must go undercover at a high-end hotel, believing it is the location in the next of a string of murders. 7.15pm, Event Cinemas, 505-525 George Street, city, $18.50,


MUSIC A Malcolm Young benefit concert featuring past and present members of Choirboys, Icehouse, the Screaming Jets and Mondo Rock celebrates the artistic legacy of the much-missed AC/DC co-founder while raising money for dementia therapy. 8pm, Castle Hill RSL, 77 Castle Street, Castle Hill, $45,


FESTIVAL Lovers of ’90s and ’00s hits will be in heaven with the line-up for RNB Fridays Live. The bill is topped by superstar Janet Jackson with sets from the Black Eyed Peas, 50 Cent, Jason Derulo, Brandy, Keri Hilson, Sisqo and J-Kwon. 3.30-10pm, Giants Stadium, Grand Parade, Sydney Olympic Park, $99.90-$199.90,

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