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PACIFIC FEETS: Black Grace are performing tonight at the War Memorial Theatre at 7.30pm. Tickets are $20, door sales only. Picture supplied

Slapstick Shakespeare

— Don’t miss the slapstick comedy and more than 10 characters that make up award-winning actor Katie Boyle’s solo performance of Shakespeare’s laugh-out- loud play The Merry Wives of Windsor at Evolution Theatre tomorrow night.

Roadhouse blues

— Competing for your attention on the other side of town tomorrow is singer/songwriter with a blue-collar work ethic and a nose for stories on the road, Adam McGrath at the Dome Room.

Rhythm and dance

— Pacific contemporary dance company Black Grace bring rhythm, and physicality to their eclectic programme, 20for20 tonight. Eastland Community Trust’s support means some schools have been offered discounted tickets.

Slapstick Shakespeare

— Don’t miss the slapstick comedy and more than 10 characters that make up award-winning actor Katie Boyle’s solo performance of Shakespeare’s laugh-out- loud play The Merry Wives of Windsor at Evolution Theatre tomorrow night.

Roadhouse blues

— Competing for your attention on the other side of town tomorrow is singer/songwriter with a blue-collar work ethic and a nose for stories on the road, Adam McGrath at the Dome Room.

Rhythm and dance

— Pacific contemporary dance company Black Grace bring rhythm, and physicality to their eclectic programme, 20for20 tonight. Eastland Community Trust’s support means some schools have been offered discounted tickets.

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