The original Two Tone band from Coventry – minus founding member Jerry Dammers – is still able to shake a leg and wear a sharp suit. And besides, what’s not to love about songs as good as Ghost Town and Too Much too Young? TOUR First Music Contact Tour 2014 For a measly ¤10, you can groove, grunt, kick out the jams (and other preserves), and say a cheery hello to Fight Like Apes, Kid Karate, and Sleep Thieves, as they head out on this year’s FMC nationwide tour. THEATRE The Waste Ground Party Now, here’s an interesting development. The young writer Shaun Dunne is best known for his collaborations with Talking Shop Ensemble, which have synthesised documentary techniques with playful creation. His first play for the Abbey sounds more conventional, though: a drama about inner-city teenage friends considering leaving college and uniting local kids in a soccer league. Posing questions about the bonds of community, it might also bring some of Dunne’s adventurous spirit to new audiences. FILM Kinopolis: 9th Polish Film Festival @ IFI, Dublin Between November 6th and 9th Kinopolis offers a programme of new Polish film and animation. Highlights include The Word, a teenage bunny boiler, and Jack Strong, based on the life of Ryszard Kuklinski, a Polish colonel who worked for the CIA during the Cold War. Documentarian Pawel Lozinski (above) will also be on hand to introduce a selection of his works.