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China Daily | Updated: 2012-06-11 14:25

Time for laughs, Dad

This Father's Day, Punchline Comedy Club hosts three international comedians at Duetto. The two-hour show features the anecdotes of Canadian Paul Myrehaug, Scotsman Brian Higgins and Brit Jeremy O'Donnell. Myrehaug's acerbic wit had US troops rolling in the aisles when he performed previously in Iraq, Kuwait and Kosovo, while Higgins is currently penning a send-up on men and pregnancy tentatively dubbed From Beer to Paternity. Jun 14-16, 9 pm. Duetto, 2/F Sun Hung Kai Center, 30 Harbour Road, Wanchai. 852-2598-1222

City guide: Hong Kong

Rock star images

British photographer Mick Rock, the celebrity sharp shooter whose signature style helped cement the reputations of music legends from David Bowie to Madonna, will grace the opening of Woobar to talk about some of his most iconic photos. An exhibition of his work will run for two months, starting the next day at Woobar. The opening night party includes W Hotels DJ Lab 2011 artist Lincoln Medley, and Beijing rock band and DJ Queen Sea Big Shark taking turns spinning the tables.

9 pm, opening event on June 15; exhibition June 16-Sept 30. Woobar, 6/F W Hong Kong, 1 Austin Road West, West Kowloon. 852-3717-2222

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