Cell­fish

Q Loft, Wed 8–Tue 14 Mar Pris­on­ers tak­ing Shake­speare classes, who would’ve thought? In this dark the­atri­cal com­edy writ­ten by Rob Mokaraka, Miriama Mcdowell (above) and Jason Te Kare, Shake­speare is used in a cor­rec­tional fa­cil­ity as a form of re­ha­bilit

Paper Boy - - Front Page - 2 The Civic, Wed 8–Sun 12 Mar

Cirque Éloize: id

Ac­ro­bats, con­tor­tion­ists and in-line skaters are the norm in cir­cus troupe Cirque Éloize’s mod­ern piece of theatre. It’s bound to have you trans­fixed, if not feel­ing a tad in­fe­rior.

37 Queen St, North­cote

Pay homage to Ire­land’s beloved saint with an Ir­ish fair day, Gaelic games, an Emer­ald Ball and the high­light of the fes­ti­val pro­gramme: the Auckland St Pa­trick’s Pa­rade. Var­i­ous lo­ca­tions, Sun 5–Sun 12 Mar

A myr­iad of per­for­mance pieces pro­poses a ques­tion: How can the sun’s en­ergy in­flu­ence con­ver­sa­tions around cli­mate change and ac­tion? Te Uru Waitākere Con­tem­po­rary Gallery, un­til Mon 17 Apr

Pub fun Friday, 6pm The is only nine min­utes from the central city but feels a world away. We spend hours talk­ing smack, watch­ing the bar flies and hang­ing around the pok­ies. There’s nearly al­ways some­one’s un­cle singing Rob­bie Wil­liams on the karaoke ma­chine.

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