October 17, 2003  
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Crib Notes


Henry James' classic ghost novel The Turn of the Screw (which laid the basis for the Nicole Kidman psychological horror film The Others) is adapted for the stage and opens at The Grand Theatre. Box office: 672-8800.

SAT., Oct. 18

Hip-hop hooray! Fabolous, Joe Budden and Juelz Santana bring some colour to this very white city when the Desert Storm Tour hits the John Labatt Centre. Tickets are available at the JLC box office, Ticketmaster outlets, www.ticketmaster.ca or charge-by-phone 488-1012.

SUN., Oct. 19

Western Fair has a number of fun activities like the wrap-up of the London Canine Dog Show, Shriners' Haunted Mansion and the Radio Control Swap Meet. Call Western Fair: 438-7203.

MON., Oct. 20

Strip Search continues as the long list of hopefuls gets whittled down to 20 to participate in "Body Shop?" the intense training grounds for male strippers. On Bravo! at 10:30 p.m..

TUE., Oct. 21

Lover/fighters will be in full force at the rescheduled Hawksley Workman show which finally arrives at Club Phoenix. Tickets available at Ticketmaster outlets.

WED., Oct 22

Oh dear. Lord of the Dance is still dancing -this time, presented by Broadway of London for the second show of a three-night run at the John Labatt Centre. Should be a good laugh. Tickets at the JLC box office, Ticketmaster outlets, www.ticketmaster.ca, or charge-by-phone 488-1012.

THU., Oct 23

Our favourite sweetheart, Mandy Moore, makes an appearance on our favourite late night talk show, Late Night with Conan O'Brien. 12:35 a.m. on NBC.



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