We foresee a culture-packed weekend.
The Fortune Teller
What: Seven scoundrels arrive at an eerie dollhouse mansion for a will reading and unintentional executioner’s tale in this hour-long episode of miniature masterpiece theater.
Why: This is your last chance to catch the haunting musical score (co-composed by Tim Burton collaborator Danny Elfman), karmic death sentences, and marionette genitalia.
When: Thru Sat.
Where: Here, 145 Sixth Ave., at Dominick St. (212-647-0202). Tickets ($25 and up) online at here.org.
The Red Shoes
What: Kneehigh Theatre’s gloriously grotesque adaptation of the 19th-century Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale captures the frenetic journey of a vain girl too attached to her footwear.
Why: Just try to get the image of wild-eyed, head-shaven cast members roaming the stage in their underwear out of your mind.
When: Thru Dec. 12.
Where: St. Ann’s Warehouse, 38 Water St., at Dock St., Dumbo. Tickets ($35 and up) at 718-254-8779 or online at stannswarehouse.org.
What: Austrian innovator Kurt Gutenbrunner’s (Wallsé, The Upholstery Store) Swarovski-encased dining spot offers a pleasant respite from Soho holiday shopping.
Why: Light bites (octopus carpaccio petals topped with microgreens and slivers of lime and black olive) and wintry desserts (apple strudel, dark chocolate mousse Mozartkugel).
When: Mon.-Sat., 9 a.m.-9 p.m.; Sun., 11 a.m.-6 p.m.
Where: 70 Mercer St., b/t Broome & Spring Sts. (212-274-1500).
Holiday Gift Ideas for Kids
What: It’s that time of year when kiddos (and those at heart) dream of shiny new balance bikes, mind-bending puzzles, and sparkling shoes.
Why: They still believe.
When: Before all the good stuff is gone.
Where: Online at dailycandy.com.
What: The online purveyor of bow ties, hats, handkerchiefs, and other natty accoutrements sets up shop inside The Blind Barber.
Why: For the man who has everything, try a complimentary shoe shine, shave and trim specials, Prohibition-era accessories, and a dandy-inspired bev (vodka, apple cider, orange juice, lemon juice, brown sugar, and ground cinnamon).
When: Sat. & Sun., noon-6 p.m.
Where: 339 E. 10th St., b/t Aves. A & B (212-228-2123).
For All Intents and Purposes
What: Acrobatic choreographer Jody Oberfelder’s newest routine transforms various cinematic genres (film noir, comedy, superhero action) into dance.
Why: Stick around for Moved, inspired by the lyrics and music of Stephin Merritt and The Magnetic Fields’s “69 Love Songs.”
When: Tonight, 8:30 p.m.
Where: Lincoln Center, David Rubenstein Atrium, Broadway, b/t 62nd & 65th Sts. (212-546-2656). Admission is free.
Designer Holiday Sale
What: Score discounted merch from some of our favorite names (Lauren Manoogian, Mociun, Lines & Shapes) at the Baggu Studio shopping event.
Why: You followed Bodkin through Fashion Week; now’s your chance to dig into her past seasons for up to 70 percent off.
When: Sat. & Sun., noon-5 p.m.
Where: 242 Wythe Ave., entrance on N. 3rd St., ste. 6, Williamsburg.
Photo: Benjamin Heller