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Upper Hutt Leader : November 23rd 2011
46 UPPER HUTT LEADER, NOVEMBER 23, 2011 ARTS 4164005AA Senior Citizen's Sing-A-Long 2 pm Sunday 27th November 2011 ******************* At The Salvation Army. 695 Fergusson Drive, Upper Hutt As you share "Christmas For Christchurch" (Door donations to Christchurch) Come and enjoy The Spirit of Christmas as you sing with cheerful voice. Have a delightful afternoon being entertained with items presented by our children. Stay afterwards for a cuppa and meet your friends. Limited transport available on 1st come basis Ph. Stan 528 4584 Warren's Christmas CD now available Only $5.00 ($2.00 each CD, donated to Christchurch) Phone 526 9335 The One and Only 4130754AA Heretaunga Players Presents A Kick in the Baubles A Christmas comedy by Gordon Steel Show Times Wed 23rd Fri 25th Nov at 8pm Sat 26th & Sun 27th Nov at 4pm Tues 29th Nov Sat 3rd Dec at 8pm Tickets Bookings Adults $18 Through i-Site Seniors/Students $15 Main Street, UH Groups of 10+ $15 Ph: 527 2141 The Studio, Ward Street, Upper Hutt EXPRESSIONS VISUAL ARTS AWARD 2012 The former Upper Hutt community Gallery Award is now open for applications. $1000 will be awarded to an Upper Hutt student who will study Fine Arts, Design, or similar visual arts courses in 2012. CRITERIA I. Applicants must be in year 13 in 2011 and reside in Upper Hutt 2. Parent(s)/guardian(s)/caregiver(s) must be residents of Upper Hutt 3. Applicants should be Intending to follow a tertiary level course in Fine Arts/Design to at least Diploma level. $1000 will be awarded to an Upper Hutt student who will study Music, Dance or Drama or similar performing arts courses in 2012. CRITERIA I. Applicants must be under 25 years of age, entering their first year of tertiary study in 2012 reside in Upper Hutt or have a strong connection with Upper Hutt. 2. Applicants should be Intending to follow a tertiary level course in Performing Arts to at least Diploma level. For further Information on both awards collect a fact sheet from Expressions, check out our website or phone 5290086 APPLICATIONS FOR BOTH AWARDS CLOSE 4pm on Friday 27 January 2012 836 Fergusson Drive, Upper Hutt Phone 04 527 2168 firstname.lastname@example.org www.expressions.org.nz Open 10am - 4pm Tuesday - Sunday Dine at Limelight Cafe Phone 04 529 8301 EXPRESSIONS PERFORMING ARTS AWARD 2012 4209558AA 4202730AA Normal membership terms and conditions apply 571 Fergusson Drive, Trentham, opposite UH Vets • (04) 527 8210 4 new release DVDs or blurays only $15 everyday 3788501AY SANTA ON DISPLAY Brown Owl resident Moira Pritchard again opens her house and handmade Santa collection to the public during the next two weekends. Her home at 8 Roband Cres will be open 1.30pm till 4pm, Saturday and Sunday, November 26 and 27, and the following week- end, December 3 and 4. Gold coin donation entry. Band brings Kiwi sounds to club Hello Sailor: The current lineup, from left, is Harry Lyon, Graham Brazier, Ricky Ball, Dave McArtney and Paul Woolright. Hello Sailor, who will perform at the Upper Hutt Cossie Club on Friday, December 9, were the first New Zealand entertainers to release an album to be certified gold when the self-named Hello Sailor hit the charts in 1977. Three top-20 singles were taken from the album: Gutter Black (peaked at No 15) written and sung by guitarist/vocalist Dave McArtney, Blue Lady (No 13) written and sung by Graham Brazier on guitar and saxophone, and Lyin In The Sand (No 29) written and sung by Harry Lyon. Hello Sailor built a huge follow- ing playing in hotels scattered throughout New Zealand, with their first gig at the Trees Tavern in Tokoroa. Their second album, Pacifica Amour, was released in 1978, after the band had made a first trip to the United States to try to crack the US market. The trip was not a success, and in 1979 the band left for Australia, but this trip was also not a success and the band formally disbanded in 1980. During the following decades, members of the band played and recorded both apart and together. The classic lineup gradually came together again in Brazier s early-1980s band The Legionnaires, and was officially reformed in 1985 for a nationwide tour and an album, Shipshape & Bristol Fashion, that contained several new songs including Fugi- tive For Love (No 23) and some reworked older material. The band recorded another album named The Album in 1994, and released a greatest hits album called Sailor Story in 1996, and an all-acoustic album When Your Lights Are Out, featuring acoustic versions of their best- known material, in 2007. Blue Lady featured on the hit compilation album Nature s Best in 2002 while Gutter Black was chosen as the title music for the hit television series Outrageous Fortune in 2007. Support act is local entertainer Shaun Preston, who has just returned from Britain. Tickets $28. Arts scholarship Are you planning a career in the visual or performing arts, starting at University or Polytech and could do with some financial support? Then it s time to apply for one of the Expressions Art Awards for 2012. Until its closure in 2002, the Upper Hutt Community Gallery made an annual award to a student who studied fine arts, design, or similar courses. On winding up, the com- mittee asked the trustees of Expressions to continue allocat- ing an Art Award, and gifted the funds to support it. In recent years the pool of funds has grown to enable a further award for the performing arts to be awarded. The amount of each award is $1000. In 2012 Expressions will offer the awards to students who, in view of the selection panel stand to benefit from, and are likely to gain a tertiary qualifi- cation in their chosen area. Expressions is delighted to support and encourage partici- pation in the arts and to date some very talented young people have applied for and received these awards, says education co-ordinator Rebecca Pubben. Each award has separate entry criteria which are avail- able on the Expressions website or by collecting an application form from Expressions recep- tion or by calling Rebecca Pub- ben on 529 0086. Applications for both awards close on January 27.
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