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Talk about spoiled for choice. As Fe­bru­ary rolls into March, events tum­ble from the sky like au­tumn leaves.

The Fes­ti­val of Cul­tures hits The Square from this Fri­day night, ear­lier in the month than usual, with the tra­di­tional lan­tern pa­rade wel­com­ing the Year of the Mon­key.

Satur­day, it’s the World Food, Craft and Mu­sic Fair with all its de­lec­ta­ble tastes and flavours, along with its con­tin­u­ous con­cert, and Sun­day there’s the in­au­gu­ral na­tional New Zealand Food Truck Face­off.

Back­ing up a bit, Thurs­day is open­ing night for Sum­mer Shake­speare’s The Merry Wives of Wind­sor and Abbey Mu­si­cal Theatre’s Sweeney Todd. Fri­day there’s an­other Vil­lage Night Mar­ket, and Satur­day there are two per­for­mances of the Res­cue He­li­copter’s Medics Make Mu­sic 2 in the Re­gent on Broad­way. And that’s just for starters.

For things to do and see, our What’s On and en­ter­tain­ment pages are strain­ing at the mar­gins.


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