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Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. For the full lowdown: www.kapimananews.co.nz 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 iticket.co.nz. 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.hollygooch.co.nz. Saturday, November 24 TAWA CRAFT MARKET, Cambridge St, 9.30am1.30pm. Come along and buy your Christmas gifts from top crafters.