There have been a few times that I’ve written about an upcoming event in this very blog, told you guys not to sleep on buying tickets, and then ignored my own advice and been shut out of something I really wanted to see, but none is a bigger source of regret than when I dilly-dallied until the live stage version of Fleabag sold out when it was here in New York last spring. Luckily, I can almost make up for on Saturday, when Symphony Space is screening a recording of the show from The National Theater in London at 2pm and 5pm. Tickets are $24, which is a total bargain for anything involving Her Majesty Phoebe Waller-Bridges, as far as I’m concerned. Back in Brooklyn, The Well is hosting Brew for a Cure, a homebrewing competition and fundraiser for St. Jude’s Hospital, from 1-5pm. For the cost of a $40 ticket, you can sample dozens of different craft beers, and there will also be a raffle for great beer-centric prizes too. Afterwards, swing by The Gutter for the final night of Gutterween, a three-day music fest consisting entirely of covers. Bands doing renditions of hits by The Pixies, David Bowie, The Kinks, and the Spice Girls are on tap for Saturday night starting at 8pm, and entry is free.