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Today HETTY KATE & JAMES SHER­LOCK

Pure of tone and sweet sound­ing, jazz vo­cal­ist Hetty

Kate and out­stand­ing gui­tarist James Sher­lock will be per­form­ing a se­lec­tion of com­po­si­tions by some of the most in­flu­en­tial cool and bop pi­anists in jazz history. Pyra­mid Club, Taranaki St; 8pm-10pm.

ANY­ONE CAN DRAW

In­ver­lochy Art School is host­ing an in­tro­duc­tory 8-week course on Thurs­day evenings, teach­ing the tech­ni­cal skills of draw­ing, us­ing a va­ri­ety of me­dia, in­clud­ing pen and ink, char­coal, pen­cil and pas­tel. In­ver­lochy Place; 6.30pm-8.30pm. See in­ver­lochy.org.nz for in­for­ma­tion and to reg­is­ter.

Free HISTORY UNEDITED

Dr Pa­tri­cia Thomas and An­nette O’Sul­li­van from Massey Univer­sity, will talk about how they used ephemera as ev­i­dence, in their var­i­ous re­search projects about knit­ting dur­ing WWI, the 1951 Strike, and wool bale sten­cilling. Na­tional Li­brary, Molesworth St, to­mor­row at 12.30pm.

LUNCHTIME BOOK DIS­CUS­SION

Editor Si­mon Wil­son mod­er­ates what prom­ises to be a lively dis­course in the com­pany of Welling­ton-based con­trib­u­tors Jes­sica Ber­entson-Shaw, Jo Ran­der­son, Sarah Laing & Ma­mari Stephens. Join them as they tackle is­sues that mat­ter to ev­ery Kiwi. Unity Books, today at 12pm.

To­mor­row SWING INTO SUM­MER

Get along to The Dowse, James Coe Cen­tre for an evening of jazz. Sum­mer­time Swing is a stu­dent-run event fea­tur­ing three full jazz com­bos from a hand­ful of Lower Hutt schools. Laings Rd, Lower Hutt; 6pm-9pm.

AR­RESTED DE­VEL­OP­MENT

Amer­i­can al­ter­na­tive hip hop band, Ar­rested De­vel­op­ment, plays The Grand to­mor­row at 9pm. The group were the first hip-hip group to re­ceive Best New Artist Grammy, and Best Rap Sin­gle Grammy for their hit song Ten­nessee.

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