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Friday night: Road Death (heavy rock) Saturdaynight: Garage Parry (house and garage) Sunday night: Techno Trash (trance and techno)

Wat'son ffiekend t$stone's
(12.00-24.00) PizzaPalace Tasteof Ind ia (19.00-24.00) ChinaTown (I2.OO-23.00) All Uncle Sam's AmericanBurgerBar (L2.OO-24.O0) Little Italy (I9.00-24.00) (18.00-24-00) McKay'sSeaFoodRestaurant (20.00-24.00) CafdF rance Old English Kitchen (8.00-23.00)

Theatre Westone
Saturday and Sunday night, 20.00: Ham/et Shakespeare's (National Shakespeare Players)

Theatre St Peter's
Friday and Saturday night, 19.00: The Best of Classical Music Sunday night, 19.30: Opera Favourites (St Perer's Music Group)

Ginema SuperScreen
Films start: 12.OO,15.30,19.00 Screen 1: Someone to Love Screen 2: It Came from Space Screen 3: Murder in the Dark Screen 4: Var Hero Screen 5: Vampire Parry

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Friday night to Sunday night: Benny Bell's New Orleans Blues Men Saturday and Sunday lunch: Trad JazzTio

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Seeparts of the castlethat arc usually closed. 10.00-18.00. Sunday

Crazy
Friday and Saturday night: Late night disco 22.00-2.00

Gallery at Art History the Wilson
Hear experts talk about some of our greatest paintings. S u n d a yI 2 . 0 0 - I 1 . O O .

The Historyof Fli$htAir Show TheGhost Tour
Visit all the placeswith famous ghosts! Friday, Saturday and Sunday night, starts 21.00 Classicplanes from the 1920s-1990s in acrionl \Testone Airfield, Sarurday and Sundal',

13.00- 16.30. Show ParkFlower Westone
and Saturday Sunday, 9.00-18.30.

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