Glam rock, flamenco, horror shows and more things to do in Oak Cliff this weekend

The theatrical glam rock band Midnight Opera performs at Turner House Thursday with Oak Cliff-based singer/songwriter Sudie. The show starts at 7:30 p.m. Tickets cost $15 for Oak Cliff Society of Fine Arts members and $20 otherwise.

Oak Cliff-based artist Clay Stinnett opens “Horrorshow” in the Safe Room gallery at the Texas Theatre Thursday.

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California-based poet Niko joins Poets on X+ at Lucky Dog Books Friday.

The Oak Cliff Flamenco Festival continues, with performances and classes and then a finale performance at The Kessler Saturday.

The Texas Theatre has lots of scary movies this weekend, including “Super Dark Times” and “Psycho.”

Radical Face performs at The Kessler Friday.

The Foundry has a Weezer cover band Saturday.

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