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Turner Centre Presents Royal New Zealand Navy In Concert

 

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Time: 2:00pm

Venue: John Dalton Theatre

Tickets: $10 Adults, $5 under 18

 

 

Come along and experience a musical journey with The Royal New Zealand Navy Band. We will be performing in Kerikeri’s Turner Centre at 2:00pm on Sunday the 3rd of February 2019. The RNZN Band is performing a one off concert while on tour to Northland for their annual Waitangi celebrations. It will be an afternoon of many different musical flavours, with something in our programme for everyone.

 

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Turner Centre Jazz Club presents the John Leigh Calder Quartet

 

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Date: Friday, 25 January 2019

Time: 5:00pm – Doors open | 6:00pm – Live music

Venue: New World Theatre Bar - Our outside terrace is set for a wonderful summer night’s atmosphere.

Tickets: $10 entry at the door

Note: A reasonable standard of dress is required

 

THE TURNER CENTRE PRESENTS

The John Leigh Calder Quartet

 


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The Turner Centre, Kerikeri, presents a night of top International Jazz Sounds. Our Jazz Club is very excited to have the John Leigh Calder Quartet return, with John Leigh Calder (Bass and Vocals), who has recently returned from London. Featured alongside John is saxophonist Walter Bianco. We also welcome back two of our favourite musicians, Matt Watson (Piano) and Matt Hennessy (Drums) for a night of cool Jazz on Friday 25th January. Our bar opens at 5.30 pm with live Jazz from these very accomplished, world class musicians starting at 6.00pm in our relaxed New World Theatre Bar.

John Leigh Calder; International Vocalist/Double Bass Player/Song writer and Recording Artist. John performs from dynamic sophisticated, smooth Jazz, to up tempo swinging funky grooves highlighting his unique voice. Originating from Whangarei where he started his musical career with school friend Billy Taikoko, (Billy T James) and following on he has played with many other New Zealand musical identities before pursuing a musical career overseas. John has worked throughout the UK and Europe with top UK Musicians including John Critchinson (Ronnie Scott’s Pianist) and Colin Wood (Acker Bilk’s pianist). Credits include: Record of the week on BBC Radio 1, the Power Play Luxembourg and Theatre Royal Drury Lane. He has been a regular guest at many London Jazz haunts including The Pizza Express Jazz Club, Pimlico Jazz Wine Bar and Booties Jazz Bar, along with numerous International festivals. He has also played in Australia making a name for himself alongside many of Sydney’s best known musicians such as Col Nolan, Errol Buddle and been vocalist with Galapagos Duck appearing at numerous top Jazz Clubs and festivals. John has composed music for feature films such as “Bitter and Twisted” and 3D Film – “Stood Still“. He has recorded four albums of his own and has worked as a session musician on many others.

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Matt Watson; who many of you know is a Whangarei based jazz pianist/organist/trumpet and French horn player who is involved in many different groups and events across Northland and Auckland.
Matt regularly accompanies instrumental and vocal soloists and groups including the Bay of Islands Singers and performs with his own jazz trio “About Time” as well as The Whangarei Theatre Company for shows such as Miss Saigon and Chicago. He is also actively involved in Whangarei Youth Music, Northland Sinfonia and the Basin City Big Band.
Matt is the favourite musician for many other musicians and listeners alike.

Matt Hennessy; Drum set/Tablas/Percussion – has gigged and recorded with many well known New Zealand jazz and blues groups. Originally from USA, Matt has lived in New Zealand for the past 30 years. He is an ex-Northlander now based on Auckland’s North Shore. Some may remember Matt in the early days of the Bay of Islands Jazz Fest playing with Mike Nettmann, Kokomo, Roy Philips (“The Peddlers”), Red Wilson, “Smokestack”, “Viva Jazz”, and has backed musically many other international artists. More recently he has played around Northland with “Lounge Sweet” and “About Time Jazz Trio”. His roots are in St Louis – playing all genres from his most loved modern jazz to his first influences, the three Bs: Bach, Brubeck, and Beatles. He is most at home with jazz, funk, fusion, rock, and blues. This man has rhythm!

Walter Bianco; Saxophone. – Walter was born in Italy and spent his early musical career working on cruise ships around Europe and the Mediterranean. He came to New Zealand in the 1970s and has since played in many Auckland night clubs and bars. He has been a session musician on many NZ recordings for over 30 years. He has played with Herbs, Tina Cross, Suzanne Lynch, Howard Morrison, Prince Tui Teka, Hello Sailor, The All Stars Play The Blues, and Prima Swing, to name a few.
Since retiring to Whangarei Walter says he has enjoyed the privilege of playing music with John Leigh Calder. We at the Jazz Club welcome the soulful sounds of Walter’s saxophone.

The Jazz Club are once again incredibly honoured and excited to bring these wonderful musicians to the Turner Centre. 

A selection of delicious tapas will be available on the night.

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The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra presents Classical Journey

 

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Date: Sunday, 17 February 2019

Time: 6:30pm

Venue: John Dalton Theatre

Tickets;

–  A Reserve – Adults: $45  |  Senior 65+: $39.13  |  Child 18 & under: $35

–  B Reserve - Adults: $40  |  Senior 65+: $34.78  |  Child 18 & under: $15

 

Hamish McKeich Conductor // Start your year off with a summer treat of music written during or inspired by the late 18th century. Under the guidance of NZSO Associate Conductor Hamish McKeich, the concert opens with Rossini’s overture to his opera The Italian Girl in Algiers. From there on, the audience will journey from London (Haydn’s London Symphony) to the Russian countryside (Prokofiev’s Classical Symphony) and finishing in Bavaria (Brahms’ Variations on a Theme by Haydn). This will be an epic auditory grand tour of Europe.

 

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Church & AP – The Communities Tour

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Date: Thursday, 17 January 2019

Time: 8:30pm

Venue: Events Centre

Tickets: $15 each

 

After a whirlwind year that’s seen them topping charts and taking over the airwaves, rising Auckland-based rap sensation Church & AP are taking their music back to the people this summer.

Undoubtedly one of the most exciting acts to emerge this year in Aotearoa’s rich and vibrant music scene, Church & AP will play a nine-date all-ages tour, kicking off in Kaitaia on January 16 and ending in Auckland on January 27. Southern North Island and South Island shows will be announced in New Year.

It comes as the duo’s new single ‘Ready or Not’ continues to do damage on streaming platforms and radio, making its way from heavy rotate on NZ’s biggest hip-hop and R’n’B station Mai FM to the UK’s famed BBC Radio 1xtra via tastemaking radio presenter and DJ Jamz Supernova.

The meteoric success of ‘Ready or Not’ follows the May release of Church & AP’s debut EP THOROUGH BREAD, which tastemaker blog Sniffers describes as “an authentically Auckland observation of young Kiwi culture” and “right on the money”.

At just 18 and 19 years of age, and staunchly independent, Church & AP have the world at their feet. The pair came together as a duo through taking part in local community hall music programs in Auckland’s Mount Roskill and Te Atatu, under the watchful eye of fellow Kiwi hip-hop artists such as Melodownz and Tom Scott and local producer Iron Will.

From there, the duo’s distinctive and self-assured blend of southern/UK rap fused with grime has done all the talking, with songs such as their social media hit ‘Introvert’ winning over fans from the ground up. Church’s video performance on David Dallas’ famed Red Bull’s 64 Bar Series; coupled with their killer set at this year’s The Others Way festival, as well opening slots for Saba and Genesis Owusu only served to build the hype.

And Church & AP haven’t failed to deliver. They’ve actualized the hype and smashed it out of the park.

Now they’re inviting their Kiwi fans to be part of their journey. This tour is all about saying thanks to those who have been there from the beginning – “It’s all about giving back and going back, before kicking on and up”.

You’ve heard it before, but this time it’s real! Church & AP is an act you have got to see! Get in quick!

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Valentine Night Dinner & Show

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Date: Thursday, 14 February 2019
Time: 7:00pm
Venue: Theatre Bar
Ticket: $70 per person, available from the Box Office

 

Join us for a special, romantic night full of music, song, comedy and drama, including a performance from award-winning Cabaret Artist, Barbie Davidson. All served alongside a sumptuous four-course dinner. Treat the loved one in your life and make this Valentine evening one to remember for a long time to come. Everyone welcome. Places are limited, so book early to avoid disappointment.

(This event is kindly sponsored by BizSpace).

 

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Aroha Music Society presents Spina & Benignetti Piano Duo

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Date: Friday, 8 March 2019
Time: 7:30pm
Venue: New World Theatre Bar
Tickets: $30.00 Adults | $25 Friends | 18 & under Free
Note: (Friends and Free tickets available at the Box Office only)

 

 

 

 

Eleonora Spina and Michele Benignetti will play: Saint- Saëns, Schubert and Mendelssohn.

 

Winners of international music competitions, these talented musicians hail from Italy and are official Yamaha Artists and we welcome them on their first New Zealand tour sponsored by Italian Institute of Culture of Sydney and the Italian Embassy of Wellington.

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Their partnership as a piano duo began in 2013 and immediately received positive acclaim recording for Brilliant Classics and Sheva Collection’s Label.
They perform regularly throughout Europe and other highlights from last season include playing the debut recital at the Osaka Izumi Hall in Japan and a concert tour in South Africa, including a performance for the Johannesburg International Mozart Festival.

For more information, see www.spinabenignetti.com

 

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Brioso Corde Concert

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Date: Sunday, 16 December 2018
Time: 3:00pm
Venue: New World Theatre Bar
Tickets: $20 Adults, $5 Student/Child (18 & under)

 

Brioso Corde, advanced string group of Whangarei Youth Music and one of the few string ensembles in New Zealand, is delighted to present a lovey matinee with the much-loved classical music.

Received Gold Awards at Rhapsody Rotorua International Music Festival in 2013, 2015 and 2018 and KBB Music Festival.

The Chamber Music Groups made up of members of Brioso Corde have been selected as National Semi-Finalists (top 12 groups out of around 450 groups nationwide) every year since 2014. This year, Te Ahi Kaa, string quartet of Maia-Dean, Atawhai, Purotu Martin and Isaiah Kaiawe, became the national winner.
The leader and violin soloist, Maia-Dean Martin is one of the top young violinists in New Zealand. She has won numerous competitions and has performed as soloist with Auckland Symphony Orchestra, Northland Sinfonia and Devonport Chamber Orchestra.

Programme;

-  Holberg Suite by Grieg
-  Movements from The Four Seasons by Vivaldi
-  Serenade for Strings, Movements II & V by Dvorak
-  Aladdin
-  And movements from the works by Brahms, Britten, Holst

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Royal New Zealand Ballet presents Tutus on Tour 2019

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Date: Tuesday, 7 May, 2019
Time: 6:30pm
Venue: John Dalton Theatre

Tickets: Adults from $25, Child from $10

Note: For wheelchair seats, please contact the Box Office to book on 09 407 0260.

 

Following sell-out performances around New Zealand in 2018, the Royal New Zealand Ballet is delighted to bring Tutus on Tour to the Turner Centre in 2019.

See the dancers perform classical favourites and contemporary works, tailor-made for intimate venues, and suitable for all ages. Full programme details will be announced early 2019.

Tutus on Tour is a fantastic opportunity to see your critically-acclaimed national ballet company. With one show only and tickets priced at just $25-$35 for adults ($10-$20 child) this is guaranteed to sell fast.

 

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DDF End of Term Showcase

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Date: Friday, 7 December
Time: 6:00pm – doors open, 6:30pm – performance starts
Venue: Plaza
Tickets: Door sales only $10 each, $35 family of four
Notes: Two intervals – food and beverage stalls available.

 

 

 

 

End of Term Showcase (8 week workshop held at DDF Dance Studio)

 

Choreographed by Alannah Curtis, est 2008.

 

Great Music and Live entertainment for the whole family. Come and support amazing local talent.

Raffle to win a free workshop in Term 1, 2019. Buy at the show; $2 – 1 ticket,  $5 – 3 tickets.

Last concert for the year.

DDF Dance just returned from the Biggest Dance Competition in the Southern Hemisphere to represent NZ in Australia at World Supremacy Battle Grounds. They took four entries and came home with two awards. Alannah Curtis, founder and choreographer, brought home a bronze medal, and was the only female in her adult solo division. Shaylah Harris brought home a Silver Medal in her Solo Junior Division.

Thank you to the community for their support. We will perform our routines at the show in December.

 

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CATS the musical

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Date: Wednesday, 24 April 2019
Time: 7:30pm
Venue: John Dalton Theatre
Tickets: $119.00 Premium, $89.90 A Reserve, $79.90 B Reserve, $79.90 Groups 10+ (A Reserve), $79.90 Students (18 & under)

Note: For wheelchair seats, please contact the Box Office to book on 09 407 0260.

 

 

 

 

 

CATS the musical

Biggest NZ tour ever!

 

One of the world’s best-loved musicals, CATS, will embark on its most extensive tour of New Zealand ever in 2019.

As of 2018, CATS is the fourth-longest-running show in Broadway history, and was the longest running Broadway show in history from 1997 until 2006 when it was surpassed by The Phantom of the OperaCats is the sixth-longest-running West End show. It has been performed around the world many times and has been translated into more than 20 languages. In 1998, Cats was turned into a made-for-television film. The musical has grossed approximately $342.2 million.

It has won many awards, including Best Musical at both the Laurence Olivier Awards and the Tony Awards, and is considered among the all-time favourites of musical theatre fans.

Since its world premiere, CATS has been presented in over 30 countries, and has been seen by over 73 million people worldwide.

Both the original London and Broadway cast recordings won Grammy Awards for Best Cast Album. The classic Lloyd Webber score includes Memory, which has been recorded by over 150 artists, from Barbra Streisand and Johnny Mathis to Liberace and Barry Manilow.

CATS is based on Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats by T. S. Eliot. The musical tells the story of a tribe of cats called the Jellicles and the night they make what is known as “the Jellicle choice” and decide which cat will ascend to the Heaviside Layer and come back to a new life.

 

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DDF Dance Studio – End of Term Showcase

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Date: Friday, 21 September
Time: 6:30-8:30pm (including two intervals)
Venue: Plaza
Tickets: Cash door sales only: $10 each | $35 family (2 Adults + 2 Children)
Note: Doors open from 6:00pm.

A fundraiser stall will be available to help get the team to Australia.

 

 

 

 

DDF Dance Studio – End of Term Showcase

 

What will we see at your show; Our show is a great show for the whole family to enjoy, great music, family friendly, and dancing from all ages of local talented children. Music; No diggity, Hair (from the Trolls movie), Usher, Plug Walk and so much more.

DDF Dance recently went to World Supremacy Battle Grounds in Hamilton and qualified 5 entries to compete in Australia and represent NZ Kerikeri, this dance competition is the biggest dance competition in the Southern Hemisphere.

Alannah Curtis is the head choreographer and has been teaching for 16 years, also the dance teacher at Northland College. She has just returned from dancing in LA. Assistant Tutor Meja Tubman and Shaylah Harris.

We have 8 week workshops held every school term, for all ages (pre-school, kids, teenagers and adults), male and female. Stay tuned for term 4 dates.

 

For all enquiries;

Visit: www.facebook.com/ddfdance
Email: inocent_maori@yahoo.com
Text: 027 222 5574
Call: 0800 123 084

Nanogirl Live in Out Of This World

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Date: Sunday, 9 December
Time: 3:00pm & 5:00pm
Venue: John Dalton Theatre
Tickets: A Reserve $40 | B Reserve $28
Note: For wheelchair seats, please contact the Box Office to book on 09 407 0260.

 

 

 

Meridian Energy and Nanogirl Labs are proud to present Nanogirl Live! “Out of this World!” – a Live Science Spectacular.

 

Following our last two sellout tours, join Nanogirl, Boris (her trusty lab assistant), and CLAIR (Constantly Learning Artificial Intelligence Repository) for science and engineering as you have never seen them before.

This year’s action packed adventure features rockets, explosions, and even a real live tornado – bringing science and engineering to life in the coolest ways possible, right before your eyes.

This international touring science show is suitable for the whole family.  This brand new script evolved from the performance at Auckland Arts Festival 2018 features all-new experiments, and all-new explosions – all inspired by New Zealand’s own space programme!

With two performances available at every theatre, and limited VIP Experiences at each show, make sure you book your tickets now to avoid missing out!

“Educational, Entertaining, and Explosions!” 5 stars

“They promised big bangs, and they delivered…Great to see scientific principles being explained.” 5 stars

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Alice in Wonderland

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7.30pm

Wednesday, 27th March 2019

Venue:  John Dalton Theatre

Tickets:  $38.00 Adults; $35.00 Sen Citz/Students with ID;

$25.00 Child (Under 16);

$35.00 Groups 8+ Adults

Note: For wheelchair seats, please contact the Box Office to book on 09 407 0260.

 

 

 

Melbourne City Ballet

present:

Alice in Wonderland

 

 

Melbourne City Ballet’s Michael Pappalardo (Artistic Director) and Brendan Bradshaw (Artistic Associate) pay homage to the well-known novel by Lewis Carroll, “Alice In Wonderland”, with this enchanting ballet complimented by one of Tchaikovsky’s most famous scores.

 

”Alice In Wonderland” tells the story of a young girl who is whisked away to a magical world of wonder. Falling through a rabbit hole she meets magical creatures both strange and mysterious, including a White Rabbit, Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum, a Caterpillar, a Cheshire Cat, the March Hare, a Dormouse, The Queen and the eccentric Mad Hatter on her adventure to find her way home.

 

Experience the enchantment of her adventures through the Caterpillar’s garden of flowers, the Mad Hatter’s Tea Party, a croquet game and trial in the King and tyrannical Queen’s palace garden and escape with Alice along the riverbank back to the safety of home, just in time for tea.

 

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ABBA

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8.00pm

Thursday, 20th December 2018

Venue:  John Dalton Theatre

Tickets:  $59.00 Adults; $30.00 Child (12 yrs & under); $54.00 Groups 6+

Note: For wheelchair seats, please contact the Box Office to book on 09 407 0260.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Showtime

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THE ABBA SHOW

 

 

Direct from Australia, and following more than 5000 international shows, the world’s premier live ABBA tribute – The ABBA Show – is coming to town!

 

Far from being ‘just another cover band’, The ABBA Show is a full-scale theatrical production featuring more than 2 hours of live musical performances with a live backing band, replica costumes, theatrical lighting and effects and all the dancing an ABBA fan can handle.

 

Starring incredibly detailed performances from internationally acclaimed impersonators ABBAsolutely fABBAulous, The ABBA Show gives fans of all ages a chance to re-live the ABBA concert experience, celebrate the music of ABBA and dance the night away!

 

Fans can expect all the dancing they can handle at the concert with everyone welcome to join in on the action. Audience’s will get to move and groove in their seats to classic ABBA hits such as Dancing Queen, Knowing Me Knowing You, Ring Ring, The Winner Takes It All, Fernando, Super Trouper and many more.

 

The starring cast of the show, including Brits Hannah Pocock as Agnetha and Jenna Ball as Frida and two new exciting additions to the cast to take on the roles of Bjorn and Benny!

 

Jenna Ball said, “the show is so much fun which is why audiences across the world love it. We love getting the crowd singing and dancing, and creating an atmosphere that’s truly electric!

 

Preview here

 

·  Website: www.theabbashow.com.au

·  Facebook: @TheABBAShow

·  Instagram: @TheABBAShow

·  Twitter: @TheABBAShow

·  Official Hashtag: #TheABBAShow

 

 

 

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Royal New Zealand Ballet

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6.30pm

Wednesday, 12 December 2018

Venue:  John Dalton Theatre

Duration:  1.5 hours (incl. Interval)

Ticket prices:  Please refer table below

 

 

 

 

Royal New Zealand Ballet

Tutus on Tour 2018

 

The Royal New Zealand Ballet’s much-loved regional touring programme continues in 2018. Supported by Ryman Healthcare, Tutus on Tour brings dancers from the RNZB into seven regional centres including Kerikeri, with performances tailor-made for smaller venues, and suitable for all ages.

This is a fantastic opportunity to see your critically-acclaimed national ballet company performing highlights from their extensive repertoire, including classical and contemporary favourites and new works.  

RNZB Artistic Director Patricia Barker is honoured to lead the company as the second female director in its history. “My vision is for the Royal New Zealand Ballet is to be celebrated for commissioning works by the brightest young choreographers, while meticulously maintaining the highest standards of traditional classics. The RNZB will continue to embody the elegance, grandeur, grace and strength that I have already seen in New Zealand’s landscapes and the people that I have met. We are a cultural ambassador and an important artistic export, sharing the spirit and creativity of our country at home and beyond our borders.”

 

Tutus on Tour Programme

 

RAYMONDA PAS DE DIX

Choreography: after Marius Petipa

Music: Alexander Glazunov

Staging: Patricia Barker

Petipa’s Raymonda, first staged in St Petersburg in 1898, is rarely seen in its entirety. The third act, from which the Pas de Dix is taken, is a wedding celebration for the heroine Raymonda and the noble Jean de Brienne. Featuring four couples and a principal pair, this is a wonderful opportunity for the dancers to display their classical technique and artistry.

 

‘MEET THE SWAN’

Choreography: Mário Radačovský

Music: Piotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky

Staging: Nicholas Schultz

Originally created in 2012 for Grand Rapids Ballet (Michigan USA) under the directorship of Patricia Barker.

‘Meet the Swan’ is a stylish, witty, contemporary excerpt from one of ballet’s most beloved stories, Swan Lake. Slovak choreographer Mário Radačovský’s full-length work Black & White, transforms one of ballet’s greatest love stories of innocence and betrayal into a creative, provocative and powerful Swan Lake of our times. ‘Meet the Swan’, with original music from Act II of Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake, brings a new perspective to Siegfried’s first encounter with the Swan as she reveals herself to be a beautiful woman cursed by an evil magician.

 

THE LONG AND THE SHORT OF IT

Choreography: Loughlan Prior

Music: Mikhail Glinka, Ottorino Respighi, Marco Enrico

Bossi, Sergei Rachmaninov, Alexander Borodin

Aussie/Kiwi choreographer Loughlan Prior, RNZB Choreographer in Residence and a member of the company since 2010, created The Long and the Short of It in 2017. It is an attempt at deconstructing a daydream, from the dreamer’s point of view. The work begins with Sir Jon Trimmer sitting ever so peacefully, before his mind begins to travel away to a place filled with colourful and mischievous characters.

A playful work full of subtle humour, energy, youth and wonder, The Long and the Short of It highlights that we are never too old to go out and dance. Sir Jon, a part of the RNZB for 60 years, continues to inspire a new generation of choreographers.

 

  

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Antiques & Collectables Fair

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10.00am-5.00pm, Friday 29 December 2017

10.00am-4.00pm, Saturday 30 December 2017

Venue:  Downstairs

Entry by Gold Coin Donation

 

 

 

 

 

We will be hosting a travelling group of Antique Dealers who put on shows around New Zealand, this will be their 3rd annual fair at the Turner Centre at Kerikeri after their very successful initial show last January.

There will be an extensive range of Antiques, collectables and curios on offer for sale including China, Glassware, Linen, Jewellery, a small amount of furniture, quirky collectables including tools etc. and the dealers will also be available to purchase items that people may wish to sell.

 All donations at the door will be donated to Altzheimers Northland.

 

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Celebrate your wedding or special
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Make our place your place for the day, knowing we’ll do all we can to make it
special for you and your guests.

 

We provide flexible venue opptions to suit your guest numbers and function
style. We put you in touch with experienced local planners and caterers to cover
all the details of organising your event.

 

 

 

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special for you and your guests.

 

We provide flexible venue opptions to suit your guest numbers and function
style. We put you in touch with experienced local planners and caterers to cover
all the details of organising your event.

 

 

 

Their support and attention to detail

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Let us look after your next function: Call us on 09 0260 or get in touch through
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