What to check out this week? 'Skeleton Key' is in theaters, Jeremy Irons plays King Arthur in 'Camelot,' celebrate bean curd at the L.A. Tofu Festival, Jerry Seinfeld performs.

FRI 8/12: Tony Bennett swings lightly, Hollywood Bowl. $14-$37, 8:30 p.m. Through Sat.

Alt-country darling Shelby Lynne with Bob Schneider, Avalon. $25, 8 p.m.

In theaters: “The Skeleton Key,” with Kate Hudson and Gena Rowlands; John Singleton’s “Four Brothers”; and “Pretty Persuasion,” with ingenue Evan Rachel Wood

SAT 8/13: Chip and Pepper Denim inaugural sample sale, Sunset Stage, Hollywood. Free, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

On sale, 10 a.m.: Dropkick Murphys, House of Blues, Sunset Strip, $20, Oct. 12-13

Celebrate bean curd at the L.A. Tofu Festival, Little Tokyo. $8, noon-10 p.m. Through Sunday

On sale, 1:00 p.m.: Dolly Parton, Gibson Amphitheater, $35-59, Sept. 30

The Mediterranean music of the Gipsy Kings, Greek Theater. $69.50-$115.50, 8 p.m.

SUN 8/14: On sale, 1 p.m.: Loggins & Messina, Gibson Amphitheater, $45-$65, Oct. 5

Lydia Millet reads from her catalog and her latest, “Oh Pure and Radiant Heart,” UCLA Hammer Museum. Free, 6 p.m.

Jeremy Irons plays King Arthur in “Camelot,” Hollywood Bowl. $14-$37, 7:30 p.m.

MON 8/15: “Giant,” followed by Jane Withers and Earl Holliman Q&A, Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences. $5, $3 members, 7 p.m.

A reading of a new play by Josh Ravetch, “Invention,” with Stefanie Powers and KTLA anchor Emmett Miller at the Egyptian Arena Theatre. Free, 8 p.m.

On sale: Jerry Seinfeld and Paul Simon perform to raise funds for Autism Speaks, Kodak Theater. Tom Brokaw MCs. $100 and up, Sept. 24.

TUES 8/16: Ryan Adams sings from his latest album, “Cold Roses,” Wiltern Theater. $36, 8 p.m.

WED 8/17: Peggy Lipton signs “Breathing Out,” Book Soup. $24.95 for the book, 7 p.m.

New art, film, music and fashion and Riveria-style poker at Monte Carlo Carnivale, Henry Ford Theater. $25 with open bar; 7 p.m.-midnight.

THURS 8/18: Rufus Wainwright, Ben Folds, Ben Lee together onstage, Wiltern. $38.50, 7:30 p.m. Through Fri.

DocuWeek’s opening-night party presented by IDA, ArcLight Hollywood. $25, 7-10 p.m.

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