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Upper Hutt Leader : July 13th 2011
35 UPPER HUTT LEADER, JULY 13, 2011 ARTS HARRY POTTER & THE DEATHLY HALLOWS PART II OPENING WEEK SESSIONS 10am, 12:45pm, 3:20pm, 6pm & 8:30pm DAILY BOOK NOW STILL GOOD SEATS AVAILABLE FOR MIDNIGHT SCREENING: Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows Part I 9:00pm 13th July - all tickets $8.00 Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows Part II Midnight 13th July - standard ticket prices apply FOR WEEKLY SESSION TIMES AND MOVIE INFORMATION PLEASE GO TO WWW.ASCOTCINEMAS.CO.NZ SUBSCRIBE TO ASCOT'S WEBSITE NEWSLETTER FOR ONLINE SPECIALS 68 Queen St, Upper Hutt phone 528 5590 Email email@example.com ASCOT CINEMAS NOW ON FACEBOOK Bad Teacher (R16) 1 hr 47 mins Thu: 10.00am, 6.35pm Fri: 12.45pm, 6.35pm Sat, Sun & Tue: 4.15pm, 6.35pm Mon: 6.35pm Wed: 4.15pm Bridesmaids (R16) 2 hrs 19 mins Thu: 11.45am, 2.00pm, 6.00pm Fri: 10.00am, 1.50pm, 8.20pm Sat, Sun, Mon, Tue & Wed: 8.20pm Cars2(PG)2hrs3mins Thu: 4.30pm Fri: 11.45pm, 4.30pm Sat, Sun, Mon, Tue & Wed: 10.00am, 12.05pm, 2.10pm, 4.15pm FromTimeToTime(M)1hr39mins!!NEW!! Thu: 10.00am, 2.30pm Fri: 2.30pm Mon: 4.00pm Wed: 6.35pm Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part II (M) 2 hrs 25 mins Daily: 10.00am, 12.45pm, 3.20pm, 6.00pm, 8.30pm Kung Fu Panda 2 (PG) 1 hr 45 mins Thu & Fri: 10.00am, 4.15pm Sat, Sun, Tue & Wed: 10.00am, 12.00pm, 2.00pm, 4.00pm Mon: 12.00pm, 2.00pm, 4.00pm The Conspirator (M) 2 hrs 12 mins Thu: 12.00pm Fri: 12.15pm Transformers: Dark of the Moon (M) 2 hrs 45 mins Thu: 12.00pm, 3.00pm, 8.15pm Fri: 10.00am, 2.45pm, 5.30pm, 8.15pm Sat & Sun: 10.30am, 1.30pm, 5.45pm, 8.30pm Mon: 10.00am, 1.00pm, 5.45pm, 8.30pm Tu e & Wed: 10.30am, 1.30pm, 5.45pm, 8.30pm NOW SHOWING Week Commencing Thursday 13 July 2011 Tired of sausage sizzles, cake stalls, car-washes and raffes? PUT THE FUN BACK INTO FUNDRAISING AND MAKE A BOOKING AT THE ASCOT ITS SO EASY! - Email firstname.lastname@example.org for details 3083387BS CHEAP TUESDAY ADULTS/STUDENTS $10 & SENIORS/CHILDREN $8.00 2137494DP For more information www.cossieclubs.org.nz Members, affiliated club members and guests most welcome 11 Logan St Ph 529 0009 Hutt Valley's Leisure Venue Of Choice Thursday 7pm KARAOKE with STEVE MEMBERSHIP DRAWS Wednesday $1000 Thursday $3500 Sports Dinner Thursday, July 28 Guest Speaker All Black Legend MICHAEL JONES Support speaker Sports Broadcaster JOHN McBETH Tickets $50 includes a delicious buffet JULY 22-24 REGISTER NOW Friday, 9pm-1am in Sports Bar MOJO Friday, August 12 tickets $40 Support act Christchurch rock band Dukes Saturday, 8pm in Function Room Dr Feelgood Friday, 7.30pm - tickets $15 CASINO NIGHT $3000 IN PRIZES Open Tuesday to Sunday 10am to 4pm 836 Fergusson Drive, Tel 527 2168 www.expressions.org.nz 2147231DP MOUNT MARUA GALLERY 1 July -- 20 August 2011 A NEW PAGE -- EMERGING CHILDRENS BOOKS ILLUSTRATORS This Te Tai Tamariki exhibition features the work of nine talented children's book illustrators at the beginning of their careers. Children and adults of all ages will be delighted and inspired by this exhibition, which celebrates the worlds and stories revealed in picture books today. Original artwork, sketches and drawings will be on display. VECTOR GALLERY 16 July -- 14 August 2011 ARTIST IN FEATURE -- FIONA TUNNICLIFFE A whimsical collection of ceramic animals created by ceramic artist Fiona Tunnicliffe. ROTARY FOYER 13 July -- 21 August 2011 NOEL HALL- SILVERSTREAM VILLAGE 2011 Silverstream resident Noel Hall exhibits recent photographs of Silverstream Village business owners. Head to sea for holidays Musical treat: Daniel Hayles. Next Tuesday, July 19, will be an extra busy day at Expressions, with at least three events. There will be something for every family member from littlies to grandparents. First up for the school holidays will be three performances of Capital E's Songs of the Sea. Following a hit season in Australia, the production returns for a national tour to delight children with tales of the ocean told in English and te reo Maori. The play features a large conch shell, puppets and music. It weaves together four stories of the deep and is ideal for children aged two to seven. Upper Hutt City Council's popular school holiday programmes Surf s Up and Hang Ten are based at Expressions in the Riverstone Recreation hall during the school holidays, with activi- ties for five to eight-year-olds and nine to 13-year-olds. There is a treat in store for the grown-ups with the fifth Expressions Live! concert featuring a young musician familiar to Expressions' audiences and recently returned from performing at the Venice Biennale. New Zealand School of Music masters jazz perform- ance student Daniel Hayles played a carved Michael Pare- kowhai Steinway piano for up to seven hours a day for 25 days as one of five New Zea- land musicians selected to bring to life Parekowhai's On First Looking into Chapman s Homer, New Zealand's exhibit at the 54th Venice Biennale. Michael Parekowhai was taken with the idea that you can have an object in a room, but sound is everywhere and fills every corner. I feel privi- leged to have had the oppor- tunity to play at the Olympics of the art world' all day in a beautiful Venetian palazzo. A particularly special moment in the opening week was performing an instrumen- tal version of Pokarekare Ana on request from the artist. Slowly the people at the func- tion around me began to sing and it really brought home how proud New Zealanders were to be there in Venice,'' he says. One of two New Zealand students chosen to perform at the Biennale by Creative New Zealand, it was Hayles' first trip to Europe. He says it opened his mind to the possibilities for his future career and showed him what is required to become an international-standard musician. Expressions' director Stephanie Cottrill says that seeing Daniel's career flourish shows how successful the on- going relationship between Expressions and the School of Music has become. The Expressions Live! student concert series is a new development this year and has been very popular. Dan loves the Steinway concert piano at Expressions and has performed in several of our annual Queen's Birth- day Jazz and Blues Festival concerts under the musical direction of Rodger Fox. It has been great to watch his musical career bloom, and to offer performance opportunities for NZSM students, like him, as they develop their careers in musi- cal performance. Our relation- ship with the NZSM is win- win-win for the performers, venue and audiences alike,'' she says. Hayles will play a pro- gramme of classic jazz standards and contemporary jazz with an NZSM combo featuring Shaun Anderson (drums), Ryan Brake (guitar), Jim Perkins (guitar), Dean Scott (trombone), Matiu Whit- ing (bass) on July 19 at Expressions. Free lunch-hour student concerts begin at 1pm. The concerts will be held monthly throughout 2011 -- see expressions.org.nz. SONGS OF THE SEA Tuesday, July 19, Genesis Energy Theatre, 11am, 1pm and 3pm. All tickets $10.50. Booking is advised at 527 2168. Expressions Live! Tuesday, July 19, 1pm, Rotary Foyer. Free entry. Surf's Up and Hang Ten holiday programmes, Riverstone Recreation hall, inquiries 527 2113.
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