Things to Do: January 30-February 5

January 31:

Watch hilarity ensue as mother and daughter swap places in La Jolla Playhouse’s contemporary take on the classic flick Freaky Friday (through March 12).

Let your imagination run wild with an adaptation of Roald Dahl’s classic character in Matilda the Musical (January 31 through February 5) at the Civic Theatre.

February 1:

Enjoy 28 days of arts and culture at a discount rate during Macy’s Museum Month, which offers half-price admission to more than 40 museums throughout the county all month long.

February 2:

Witness the power of cinema to support justice for all during the Human Rights Watch Film Festival at the Museum of Photographic Arts (through February 6).

Grab your girlfriends and celebrate the season of love with a glamorous Galentine's Day Party at Moniker Warehouse.

February 4:

Celebrate food, culture, knowledge, and community at the third annual San Diego Fermentation Festival, showcasing Southern California’s food and brews, at Waterfront Park.

Show your support for local theater at La Jolla Playhouse’s Come From Away fundraising gala.

Steve Martin returns to The Old Globe with his hit play Picasso at the Lapin Agile, a comedy about Pablo Picasso and Albert Einstein sparring over art, science, and love in early 1900s Paris (through March 12).

February 5:

Dress in your kooky best and jog down to Cardiff State Beach in the 5K and 10K Cardiff Kook Run and Costume Contest.

With music by Tchaikovsky and choreography by famed dancer Marius Petipa, the Stars of the Russian National Ballet bring the tale of Sleeping Beauty to life at Balboa Theatre.

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