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GOING OUT PICK OF THE WEEKEND'S ENTERTAINMENT.

JAZZ & BLUES THE third annual Cardiff Jazz Festival takes place from Tuesday with a week of gigs at Dempsey's and The Globe. Tickets to gigs vary but click on www.myspace.com/cardiffjazz festival for a full programme.

CLASSICAL & OPERA MOZART'S opera Mitridate, r di Ponto is at Wales Millennium centre The Wales Millennium Centre (Welsh: Canolfan Mileniwm Cymru) is a centre for the performing arts located on the Cardiff Bay waterfront. Opened in November 2004, it has hosted performances of opera, ballet, dance, comedy and musicals.  in Cardiff Bay on Tuesday by the Orchestra and Chorus of Welsh National Opera Welsh National Opera (WNO) is a touring opera company founded in Cardiff, Wales in 1943. The WNO now tours Wales, the United Kingdom and the rest of the world extensively. Annually, it performs over 120 main scale operas.  under the baton of Sir Charles Mackerras. Tickets cost pounds 5-pounds 35 from 08700 402000.

OPERA In The Hayes gets underway next week as The Royal Opera House beams its production of Ondine live to the big screen outside St David's Hall St David's Hall (Welsh: Neuadd Dewi Sant) is a performing arts and venue in the heart of Cardiff city centre, the capital of Wales. St David's Hall is the National Concert Hall and Conference Centre of Wales.  in Cardiff at 7.30pm, free.

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 play at The Muni in Pontypridd on Wednesday. Tickets cost pounds 14.50 from 029 2087 8444.

ROCK

BUFFALO Bar in Cardiff welcomes Holly Golightly on Wednesday (ticket prices TBC) and Cryptacize, which includes ex-Deerhoof guitarist Chris Cohen, on Tuesday (pounds 5). Call 02920 310 312 for more details.

THE Globe in Cardiff presents UK champion beatboxer Killa Kella on Thursday (ticket price TBC) and folk rockers The Strawbs on Saturday (pounds 10). Visit www.theglobecardiff.com for more information.

THE line-up at Clwb Ifor Bach Clwb Ifor Bach (English: Little Ivor's club) is a Cardiff Welsh-language club and community centre.

It is known to the Cardiff Welsh-speaking community as Clwb (Welsh: (The) Club); and often by others as
 in Cardiff includes Florida power-poppers We The Kings tonight (pounds 8-pounds 9) and Brooklyn oddities Phosphorescent phos·pho·res·cence  
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, who will be playing the music of Willie Nelson, also tonight (pounds 8.50-pounds 9.50). Call 029 2023 2199 to book.

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One who frequents drinking establishments.
 in Cardiff is taken over by the Surface Unsigned Festival this weekend with 14 bands over Saturday and Sunday (pounds 6 per night), there's also The Hatcham Social on Monday (pounds 5) and Sierra Alpha on Wednesday (pounds 5). Call 0844 8472424 for information.

POP HEATHER Small, the voice of M People, brings her iron lungs to St David's Hall in Cardiff on Sunday. Tickets cost pounds 22.50-pounds 25 from 029 2087 8444.

DANCE THE Ugly Ducklings Dancing Cabaret at The Parc & Dare Theatre in Treorchy on Wednesday at 1.30pm, is a mix of Swan Lake and The Ugly Duckling, by Canadian dance company Cas Public. Tickets cost pounds 3 from 01443 773112.

COMEDY THE regular four-man line-up at The Glee Club in Cardiff Bay, tonight and tomorrow, features Trevor Crook, Matt Welcome, Jojo Smith and Stefano Paolini. Tickets cost pounds 12.50-pounds 16 from 0871 4720400.

THEATRE THE New Theatre in Cardiff has two interesting one man shows this week. First up is John Sergeant, the BBC journalist and scourge of Strictly Come Dancing, who will be spinning anecdotes and taking questions on Thursday (tickets pounds 7-pounds 16.50) while on Tuesday and Wednesday, Philip Madoc presents Dylan Thomas And Friends (pounds 7.50-pounds 17). Call 029 2087 8889 to book.

SHERMAN Cymru in Cardiff kicks off its annual new writing festival Springboard on Thursday. Tickets for individual events vary in price. Visit www.shermancymru.co.uk for a full programme or call 029 2064 6900 for more information.

POET Patrick Jones launches his spoken word album Tongues For A Stammering Time with a live performance featuring musicians including Martyn Joseph, Amy Wadge and Stacey Blythe. Tickets cost pounds 6-pounds 10 from 029 2030 4400.

DAVE Courtney And Friends, which includes Howard Marks, is a show by the reformed gangster and it's at St David's Hall in Cardiff tonight. Over-16s only.

Tickets are pounds 20-pounds 25 from 029 2087 8444.

THRILLER Live, the Michael Jackson musical, left, is at St David's Hall in Cardiff tomorrow. Tickets cost pounds 12-pounds 29.50 from 029 2087 8444.
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