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Upper Hutt Leader : December 28th 2011
13 UPPER HUTT LEADER, DECEMBER 28, 2011 ARTS FOR MORE INFORMATION www.cossieclubs.org.nz Members, affliated club members and guests most welcome 11 Logan St. Ph 529-0009 Hutt Valleys Leisure Venue Of Choice 2137494EO NEW YEARS EVE From 5.30pm -- Tickets $10 7pm in Function Room HOUSIE Friday, 8pm CLUB OPEN EVERY DAY THROUGHOUT THE HOLIDAYS FROM 9AM Soul Cake & Studio 22 70s-80s Disco Party Karaoke MEMBERSHIP DRAWS Wednesday $4000 Thursday $500 Thursday, 7pm in Sports Bar KARAOKE WITH MARK FOR MORE INFO PH RECEPTION 529-0009 JOIN THE CLUB IN DECEMBER OR JANUARY AND RECEIVE $50 LOYALTY POINTS PLUS BE IN TO WIN THIS BRAND NEW CAR VALUED AT $34,000 3083387CQ 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 NOW SHOWING Week Commencing Thursday, 29 December 2011 DIGITAL 3D NOW AT THE ASCOT Tin Tin (3D), Happy Feet (3D & 2D), Book Now Standard Ticket Prices apply for 3D plus Glasses Hire CHEAP TUESDAYS $10 ADULTS AND $8.00 CHILDREN & SENIORS ANY SESSION FOR SESSION TIMES and BOOKINGS please visit WWW.ASCOTCINEMAS.CO.NZ or telephone: (04) 528-5590 MOVIES SCREENING: THE MUPPETS (STARTS 29 DECEMBER) STILL SCREENING: NEW YEARS EVE, PUSS IN BOOTS, MISSION IMPOSSIBLE: GHOST PROTOCOL, ALVIN & THE CHIPMUNKS CHIPWRECKED, TIN TIN, HAPPY FEET, WE BOUGHT A ZOO, TOWER HEIST 3083387CQ Call Cyril today 06 370 0390 or 027 294 5010 0800 TULLOCH (8855624) 300 High St, Solway, Masterton TYM Tractors Lifestylers From 23HP to 50HP With Front End Loader & 4WD Priced from $19,500 +gst New Brand Of Tractor Joins The Stable 4014095AD SATURDAY 31ST DECEMBER 4254220AA 'TOTE'S NEW YEARS EVE PARTY' NORMALY SLEEPING BY 10PM, COME & JOIN US The Tote Bar, 74 Ararino Street, Trentham, Phone 04 528 7288 -- R18 We're celebrating the years gone by - all the old school classicis for the old school crowd with performing LIVE @ 8.30pm 3SUM & FRIENDS Festive start to New Year Party on: Outdoor music festival La De Da will pull in thousands of people to the Wairarapa on New Year's Eve. By TASHA BLACK Arts lineup: The National Theatre of Scotland/Frantic Assembly present Beautiful Burnout. CONTINUED Page 14 Earthquakes, the Rena disas- ter, unemployment -- 2011 made for some grim reading. Fortunately the nation cheered up after our Rugby World Cup victory, so, with the silly season well under way, what events can we look forward to in 2012 to keep our spirits high? Kicking off on December 31 is Wellington's Summer City Festival, a three-month line up of outdoor gigs and enter- tainment running til mid April. The annual festival returns with some of the goodies, including the ASB Gardens Magic Concert Series at the Sound Shell in the Wellington Botanic Garden, Films by Starlight and the Teddy Bears' Picnic. In the midst of the Summer City Festival is the biannual New Zealand International Arts Festival -- 300 arts events scattered over the Wellington region during 24 days. Wellington city snaps up most of the big names, includ- ing feminist writer Germaine Greer, musician Bon Iver and Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Thomas Friedman, but Art On The Move ensures the smaller regions don't miss out entirely. Porirua and Paraparaumu will host indigenous singers Barefoot Divas, the Topp Twins will perform in Masterton and singer Maisey Rika is lined up for Otaki and Upper Hutt. Festival executive director, Sue Paterson said the regional programme brings lower priced international and New Zealand works to all corners of Wellington. Back for its 22nd year is the Wellington Fringe Festival for a three week programme of comedy, theatre, dance, visual arts and music starting on February 10. In April and May prepare for some belly ache with the New Zealand International Comedy Festival, while film buffs can look forward to the NZ International Film Festi- val over winter and the world premier of The Hobbit in Wel- lington in November. Fashionistas can prepare for the inaugural Wellington Fashion Week in April and foodies can delight in the annual Visa Wellington On a Plate festivities in August. If you're outside of Welling- ton don't worry, the capital isn't hogging all the best events. Marketing manager for Destination Wairarapa Barbara Hyde said the Wai- rarapa's biggest gig lined up is New Year's Eve party La De Da, which draws thousands of people.
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