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Email: ed­i­ For the full low­down: www.kapi­ On to­day OTHER STO­RIES is Joe Shee­han’s first sur­vey ex­hi­bi­tion, bring­ing to­gether 30 sculp­tural ob­jects from the past 10 years of his prac­tice. At Pataka un­til Novem­ber 25.

TEN­U­OUS, Peter Trevelyan ex­plores geom­e­try, draw­ing and tri­an­gu­la­tion. At Pataka till Novem­ber 19.

THE­ATRE, Porirua Lit­tle The­atre presents Disco In­ferno, 4 Lyd­ney Place, Porirua CBD. The mu­si­cal, a cel­e­bra­tion of hits from the 1970s, is set in a night club, suit­ing the troupe’s tem­po­rary venue. The au­di­ence will be pa­trons of the night­club. Un­til De­cem­ber 1. Tick­ets from BYO in­clud­ing glasses. Thurs­day, Novem­ber 15 SHOP­PING NIGHT, Brian Webb Kinder­garten is host­ing a shop­ping evening at Tawa Bap­tist Church Hall, 229 Main Road, Tawa. $2 en­try in­cludes cof­fee and sup­per. There will be a va­ri­ety of stalls sell­ing crafts, cos­met­ics, chil­dren’s cloth­ing, con­fec­tionary and more. 7pm to 9pm. Satur­day, Novem­ber 17 IR­ISH BAND, The Jim­mies play Red­wood School Hall, Red­wood Ave, Tawa, 7.30pm-11.30pm. Non­al­co­holic drink and sup­per pro­vided. Flat shoes rec­om­mended. Tick­ets $20 from Mary Clare McCarthy on mo­bile 021 973 29, or Ruth 232 9043. $25 door sales.

MEET­ING, Friends of Aotea are hold­ing a pub­lic meet­ing at Te Manawa Au­di­to­rium, Aotea Col­lege, to dis­cuss vil­lage plan­ning. All wel­come. 2pm start. Thurs­day, Novem­ber 22 BOOK LAUNCH PARTY for kids. Lo­cal writer and sto­ry­teller Holly Gooch’s book of short sto­ries for chil­dren will be launched at 5.30pm in the Pataka spine. All book-lov­ing fam­i­lies wel­come. An hour of ac­tiv­i­ties, com­pe­ti­tions, eat­ing and mu­sic. The book is best suited to 9 to 12 year olds and costs $12 a copy or two copies for $20. www.hol­ly­ Satur­day, Novem­ber 24 TAWA CRAFT MAR­KET, Cam­bridge St, 9.30am1.30pm. Come along and buy your Christ­mas gifts from top crafters.

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