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Upper Hutt Leader : July 27th 2011
37 UPPER HUTT LEADER, JULY 27, 2011 ARTS 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 MARK MEMBERSHIP DRAWS Wednesday $2000 Thursday $4500 2137494DS 8pm in Function Room SOUL MINERZ Saturday, 7.35pm ALL BLACKS - SPRINGBOKS 9.15pm-1am in Sports Bar Friday, August 12 Tickets $40 Support act Christchurch rock band Friday, from 5pm $1000 Clubs NZ TAB Draw and Big Racenight with Trackside's Dean Lester Sunday, 3-5pm $12,000 WINTER ESCAPE DRAWS 7pm Double Click Open Tuesday to Sunday 10am to 4pm 836 Fergusson Drive, Tel 527 2168 www.expressions.org.nz 2147231DR 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. 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 African Cats (G)1hr39mins Thu, Fri, Sat & Sun: 10.00am, 4.30pm Mon: 10.00am, 12.45pm Tue : 10.00am, 12.00pm Wed: 12.10pm Bridesmaids (R16) 2 hrs 14 mins Thu, Fri, Sat & Sun: 6.20pm, 8.35pm Mon: 11.45am, 2.00pm, 7.45pm Tu e: 10.00am, 2.00pm, 8.00pm Wed: 10.00am, 5.45pm Captain America The First Avenger (M) 2 hrs 14 mins !!NEW!! Thu, Fri, Sat & Sun: 11.45am, 2.10pm, 6.15pm, 8.30pm Mon: 10.00am, 1.00pm, 5.30pm, 7.45pm Tue & Wed: 1.00pm, 3.30pm, 6.00pm, 8.15pm Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part II (M) 2 hrs 20 mins Thu, Fri, Sat & Sun: 10.00am, 12.45pm, 3.20pm, 6.00pm, 8.30pm Mon: 10.00am, 2.30pm, 5.00pm, 7.30pm Tu e: 10.00am, 12.45pm, 3.20pm, 5.40pm, 8.00pm Wed: 10.00am, 1.00pm, 5.30pm, 8.00pm Cars 2 (PG) 2 hrs 3 mins Thu, Fri, Sat & Sun: 10.00am, 12.05pm, 2.10pm, 4.15pm Mon: 4.30pm From Time To Time (M) 1 hr 39 mins Mon: 10.00am, 2.00pm, 6.00pm Tue & Wed: 12.00pm, 4.00pm Kung Fu Panda 2 (PG) 1 hr 45 mins Thu, Fri, Sat & Sun: 10.00am, 12.00pm, 2.00pm, 4.00pm Mon: 3.30pm Wed: 3.45pm My Afternoons With Margueritte (M)1hr37mins Mon: 12.00pm, 4.00pm Tu e : 10.00am, 2.00pm, 6.00pm Wed: 10.00am, 2.00pm Rise of the Planet of the Apes (M) 2 hrs 9 mins !!NEW!! Wed: 10.00am, 1.50pm, 4.00pm, 6.15pm, 8.30pm Transformers: Dark of the Moon (M) 2 hrs 45 mins Thu, Fri, Sat & Sun: 5.45pm, 8.30pm Mon: 7.00pm Tu e : 4.30pm, 7.30pm NOW SHOWING Week Commencing Thursday 28 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 3083387BU CHEAP TUESDAY ADULTS/STUDENTS $10 ADULTS & $8.00 CHILDREN ANY TUESDAY SESSION STARTING SOON Potiche (Trophy Wife), Horrible Bosses, Larry Crowne END OF HOLIDAYS WEEKEND SPECIAL (30 31ST JULY) Adults At Kids Prices to any Weekend Session of CARS 2 or KUNG FU PANDA 2 Top-class jazz coming By COLIN WILLIAMS Award winner: Jazz pianist Bill Cunliffe. Two outstanding nights of jazz, featuring American artists, are coming up at Ex- pressions' well-respected Genesis Theatre. On Monday, from 8pm, American trom- bonist John Fedchock will be the guest soloist with the New Zealand Youth Jazz Orchestra. This is the fifth year the orchestra has appeared at Expressions, with the con- cert marking the start of a short New Zealand tour. Fedchock is well regarded as one of New York's City's premier jazz artists, with a three-decade career as soloist, bandleader and arranger, the latter tal- ent attracting a Grammy nomination. He is the leader of the New York Big Band, one of the city's marquee jazz ensembles, and consistently appears in Downbeat readers' polls as trombonist, arranger and big band director. John has also served as musical direc- tor, featured soloist and chief arranger with the Woody Herman Big Band,'' Graeme Freeman, chair of the New Zea- land Jazz Foundation, says. He's a class act, and lovers of jazz should take this rare opportunity to see and listen to him.'' The New Zealand School of Music's Rodger Fox is back directing after a few years' absence and will be joined by Dave Lisik, a Canadian composer and trum- peter. Both men have had a strong influence on the selection of this year's NZYJO. The tutoring and playing of jazz in our secondary schools and tertiary institutions has undergone significant development in recent years,'' Freeman says. Anyone with an interest in jazz should take this opportunity to hear contempor- ary and traditional big band jazz of the highest standard played by young New Zealanders who will surprise and delight you with their ensemble and solo playing.'' The second concert follows just over a week after. Pianist Bill Cunliffe, with selected musicians and the New Zealand School of Music Big Band, will play at Expressions on Wednesday, August 10, at 8pm. The award-winning musician, com- poser and arranger will appear with with Rodger Fox (trombone), Scott Taitoko (trombone), Nick Granville (guitar), Lauren Ellis (drums) and vocalist Erna Ferry with the school of music band. Cunliffe is known for his swinging and lyrical playing and his creativity as a composer and arranger. He graduated from Duke University and the Eastman School of Music, where he won several Downbeat awards. His first major jazz gig was as pianist and arranger with Buddy Rich, and he has performed with Ray Brown, Joe Hen- derson, Freddie Hubbard, Benny Golson, Woody Shaw and James Moody. He has also been nominated for three Grammys and two Emmys as a composer and arranger. His latest film project is On the Shoulders of Giants, a documen- tary about jazz and basketball in Harlem in the 1930s, produced by basketball great Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. Cunliffe has composed extensively for big bands, chamber groups, choirs and orchestras. A concerto for trumpet and orchestra was recently premiered at Alice Tully Hall in New York, and at Verizon Hall in Philadelphia. Bookings are recommended for both concerts through Ticket Direct or the ticket office at Expressions, 527 2168. John Fedchock and New Zealand Youth Jazz Orchestra tickets are adults $35, students $15, with concessions $20. Bill Cunliffe and the New Zealand School of Music Big Band tickets are adults $25, students $15, with concessions $20. Tickets also at expressions.org.nz. Door sales may be available on the night.
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