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NAPIER MAIL, JUNE 8, 2011
Absentee Bids accepted for
New Chums Beach to be
auctioned 10th June
Bid forms available online
All details available
Caz Novak painting auction at
Gala Opening - 10th June, 6pm
The Rotary Club of
11th - 26th June
10am - 4pm Daily
At Pan Pac Foyer Napier Municipal Theatre
Free Entry Catalogues $5
Proceeds to Rotary Community Fund
JUST OPENED IN
137 Emerson St, Napier
Phone: 835 5457
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'miso soup' or 'green
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includes gold & diamonds over $500
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at Napier Antique and Jewellery Centre
Cnr Tennyson St & Cathedral Ln, Napier • Ph 835 9865
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Even if you don't buy one of ours
for movie times & information
CALL MOVIE HOT LINE
Napier: 831 0600 Hast: 0832 92808
or hit the web www.readingcinemas.co.nz
Bay gets taste of
A Scottish ceilidh involving song, dance and tra-
ditional food is being held in Havelock North on
Saturday, June 11.
The evening will introduce aspects of Highland
culture into Hawke s Bay, says Taradale s Charles
Stewart Maclean, who will entertain at the ceilidh
with his band The Crofters.
Hebridean-born Mr Maclean says gaelic tunes
will feature on the songlist and he would love to
hear from other speakers of his native tongue.
The Havelock North Club, on Campbell St, is
hosting the ceilidh from 6pm till 10pm.
Inquiries to Mr Maclean on 844 4313.
Bathtime never the same
Good clean fun: Soap.
Whether in London, Edinburgh or
Sydney, the crazy bathtub spec-
tacular Soap has taken audiences
by storm -- and it s coming to the
Hawke s Bay Opera House on
August 19 and 20.
To date, the performers have
left half a million people in awe of
their amazing feats in, on and
A unique combination of circus,
comedy and live opera, the show is
all-out fun, fresh and splashy fam-
ily entertainment, which will
ensure that bathtime is never the
With the creation of the show in
2007, directors Markus Pabst and
Maximilian Rambaek turned the
bathroom into a stage and
achieved a feat once considered
impossible -- combining acrobatics
Seven bathtubs have become
colourful, funny and even spec-
From contortion to aerial
straps, dance trapeze to aerial
silk, the director duo has created
breathtaking acts to leave you in
And, where there are bathtubs,
there must be water.
Thanks to an enhanced stage
concept, Soap offers a wide range
of splash-filled, water-soaked acts,
from a mop ballet to a rain-filled
The show is
ing design and an
features Soap s
Friday, August 19
and Saturday, August 20 at 7pm at
the Hawke's Bay Opera House.
Tickets from TicketDirect..
Singer/Songwriter's Night, Second Thursday of
the month, register via email
firstname.lastname@example.org. $50 bar tab to the most
interesting original song. $10 entry, first drink
free. The Cabana.
Janina's June Tour, The Cabana, doors open
National Art Exhibition and sale of art, 10am
till 3pm, Pan Pac Foyer, Municipal Theatre,
Napier. Runs until June 26. Gala Opening
tonight, June 10, phone Barb 834 4026.
Dead Hill Ghost Tour, 7pm, Napier Prison,
Coote Rd. Suitable for ages 12 and up, tickets
$25 per person. Advance booking required.
Sick 'n' Twisted Dinner, Napier Prison, Coote
Rd. A night-time ghost tour, including two-course
dinner. Suitable for ages 12 and up, tickets
$65, advance booking necessary.
Mercury Crowe and Mile High, The Cabana,
doors open 8pm.
'Best night' at cancer concert
A fundraising concert, Bonnie s
Bash, raised $3500 to assist Napier s
Bonnie Payne with her medical and
living expenses, lifting a huge weight
from the cancer sufferer s shoulders.
A group of Bonnie s friends got
together to organise the night, also a
way of recognising her loyalty to the
local music scene. Eight bands lined
up to play The Cabana s two stages
and the people of Napier came out to
support both the bands and Bonnie.
It was just a brilliant night,
I felt really loved, there were lots
of warm fuzzies and the place was
packed. A lot of people actually gave
more than the ticket price -- it was
just amazing. I turned around at one
stage and thought, I m sure I don t
know all these people , but the
atmosphere was so great. Napier
people are just fantastic and I would
like to say a big thank-you to every-
one involved -- the bands and Matt
Baker, who organised them, the girls
who put it all together, Roy Brown,
owner of The Cabana and everyone
who came on the night.
I appreciate it so much and it was
the best night I ve had.
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