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Tickets available from any Ticketmaster Outlet.
In person from the BMC Box Offce.
By phone on (09) 970 9700.
Online at www.ticketmaster.co.nz.
Ticketing fees will apply
Art Exhibition - Body Art Awards Photography Exhibition on
display 01st Sept - 30th Sept
Rangitoto College Fashion Show Wednesday 21st September 2011
Rangitoto College is pleased to present a Fashion Show to celebrate the work of its
many talented students. The show is in aid of the North Shore Hospice. All proceeds
from the show will go to the North Shore Hospice. Ticket Prices: $16.00
DiaboloDance -OceanHeartFriday 23rd Sept@7.30pm Diabolo
Dance Theatre began as a simple dream, back in 1986, a group of young diabolo artists
they sought a new style of performance to take diabolo dance beyond imagination.
Welcome to yet another un-missable perfor mance from Diabolo Dance Theatre.
Stalls Rows G-N $24.99
Stalls Rows O-R $19.99
Grand Circle Row A-G $24.99
Grand Circle Row H-K $19.99
Morning Melodies - Glenfeld College Monday 26th
September 2011.Tickets available from the ticketmaster box offce Monday
29th August .Perfor mances: 11am. Tickets: $4.00
Hansel and Gretel Monday 17th October - Saturday
22nd October 10am & 12pm daily This school holidays
join our new Story Teller as he tells his very frst Fairy tale, Hansel
& Gretel. He will need all your help as he leads the two perky, pesky
youngsters into the deep dark forest to the enchanted ginger bread cottage.
This October Phineas Phrog Productions retur ns to the Br uce Mason
Centre with yet another fun flled family outing - bring your loudest voices,
clappiest hands and your giggliest giggles to this zany re-telling of an all-time
favou rite - Hansel and Gretel! Tickets: $14 + booking fee (adults at kids prices)
Imperial Russian Ballet Company presents A Festival of
Russian Ballet Wednesday 26th & Thursday 27th October
2011 @ 8pm
JOHN ROWLES Now is the Hour, Final Tour! Friday 28th
October @ 7.30pm
Pam Ayres - Wednesday 02nd November 2011
Lunch: Tuesday - Saturday 12pm-2pm
Dinner: Wednesday - Saturday 6pm-8pm
Sunday Buffet: 5.30pm-7.30
All members, their guests and affiliates always welcome
15 Bute Road, Browns Bay
Friday 23 Sakie Sakie Boere Dans
$10 Single $15 Double
Saturday 24 North Harbour Rockers $5
Sunday 25 North Harbour Swing Band 6-9pm:
Couple $15 Single $8
Friday 30 After Midnight Dance Band
Saturday 1 Marion Burns & Southern Cross Band $5
Friday 7 Chaste Embrace
Saturday 8 DStarlights $5
Friday 14 Karaoke
Saturday 15 After Midnight Dance Band $5
Friday 21 Bond Street Boys
Saturday 22 J-J Rhythm (Dance Music)
Gold coin donation to Cancer Society
Friday 28 Kane Steves
Saturday 29 Festival of Light $15
Sunday 30 North Harbour Swing Band 6-9pm
Couple $15 Single $8
Music & Lyrics by
Jason Robert Brown
North Shore Music Theatre presents:
THE ROSE CENTRE, SCHOOL ROAD, BELMONT
22ND SEP -- 1ST OCT
PHONE 361 1000 OR
Originally Produced by the WPA Theatre,
New York City, 1995 (Kyle Renick, Artistic Director)
Original Orchestration by Brian Besterman and
Jason Robert Brown
By arrangement with Hal Leonard Australia Pty Ltd
Exclusive agent for
Music Theatre International (NY)
NORTH HARBOUR NEWS, SEPTEMBER 23, 2011
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It's a great time to join the RSA
Flags flying: East Coast Bays RSA is decorated for the rugby.
Entertainment zone: The stage and dance floor feature
entertainment on Friday and Saturday nights.
Have you ever thought of
joining the RSA? Now is
the ideal time -- East
Coast Bays RSA is now
offering memberships till
the end of the year for
This offer is open to
everyone -- whether or
not you have served in
Visitors to New Zea-
land who are here for the
rugby can also take
advantage of this offer
and watch all the games
live at the RSA.
membership entitles you
to visit any of the more
than 120 RSA clubs
throughout New Zea-
land. Further infor-
mation about this can be
found at www.rsa.org.nz.
RSA memberships are
renewable on January 1.
Medals Restaurant at
East Coast Bays RSA is
a popular place for fam-
Frances, Jackie and
their team serve tasty
lunches and dinners that
are great value for
Lunches are served
Tuesdays to Saturdays
from noon to 2pm and
dinners are Wednesdays
Wednesday nights fea-
ture the carvery, Sunday
is buffet night, and on
other nights you have a
choice of four entrees
and 10 mains with
salads and hot vege-
tables, plus complimen-
tary tea and coffee. Full
bar service is available
during restaurant hours.
The gaming area has
recently been renovated
and now has more space
for players with 16
machines featuring the
East Coast Bays RSA
every Friday and
Saturday night, complete
with dance floor.
You can also enjoy
indoor bowls, ballroom
dancing and line dancing
The RSA s welfare and
pensions officer can help
anyone who was in the
services and needs
assistance in dealing
with WINZ and other
ments, as well as driving
members to medical
East Coast Bays RSA s
annual general meeting
will be held on October
16 at 11am - all members
East Coast Bays RSA is
at 15 Bute Rd, Browns
Bay. Phone 478 8033;
Rich story brought to stage
North Shore Music Theatre is proud to present the
next show in their 2011 season, Jason Robert
Brown s Songs for a New World .
Opening on September 22, there will be 10
performances of the show, which runs until October
1 at the Rose Centre in Belmont.
Upon hitting the musical theatre scene in 1995,
Jason Robert Brown s Songs for a New World was
a hit with both critics and audiences alike.
Now 16 years later and on the opposite side of the
world, North Shore Music Theatre gets to recreate
and reinterpret these wonderful characters includ-
ing a woman trying to marry for money, a basketball
player whose dream is to get out to the ghetto, and
a woman waiting to hear from her loved ones at war.
Heading up the creative team are directors Jenni-
fer Allen and Minouk Van Der Velde, and musical
director Robin Kelly.
They are joined by a fantastically talented cast of
eight performers working hard each night to bring
Songs for a New World to life.
As a performer the show is highly challenging but
also highly rewarding. I couldn t be prouder of our
amazing cast for bringing their talents and dedi-
cation in order to make this show a creative suc-
cess, musical director Robin Kelly says.
The show plays effortlessly with musical genres --
from folk ballads to soul, while each song ties
together to tell a single story of human experience --
rich in both humour and pathos.
Book now at www.iticket.co.nz. For more information
on this show, or other North Shore Music Theatre
productions, go to www.nsmt.org.nz.
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