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Things to Do in San Diego: January 15-21

From Restaurant Week to a psychic medium, here are 9 events you don't want to miss this week



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SEA180° / San Diego Restaurant Week

January 17:

Henry VIII’s sixth marriage to Katherine Parr sets the stage for The Last Wife, exploring themes of sexual politics and women’s rights at Cygnet Theatre (through 2/11).
 

January 17:

Watch European dance group Compagnie Hervé Koubi as they perform capoeira, martial arts, and urban contemporary choreography at Mandeville Auditorium. 
 

January 18-27:

Winning scripts written by students as part of the California Young Playwrights Contest come to life at The Old Globe during the Plays by Young Writers showcase.
 

January 20:

Modern dancers from Paul Taylor Dance Company command the stage in a high-powered performance at Spreckels Theatre.
 

January 20:

Legendary guitarists Joe Satriani, John Petrucci, and Phil Collen rock the house as G3 at Balboa Theatre.
 

January 20:

High-octane motor sports take over Petco Park for Monster Jam, featuring truck races, stunts, and demolition derbies.
 

January 20:

Experience Roberto Romero-Molina's The Language of Things, a cross-cultural multimedia art exhibit and event series at the San Diego Art Institute (through 3/17).
 

January 21-28:

Dine out during San Diego Restaurant Week for budget-friendly prix fixe meals from more than 180 restaurants.
 

January 21:

Psychic medium John Edward channels messages from the dead in a reading at The US Grant Hotel.

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