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Uked @ The Cabana, bring your uke and strum along! 7.30pm.
HB District Festival of Community Theatre, Little Theatre,
McGrath St, Napier, 7pm. Tickets $15, phone Anne 843 9197.
Hawks vs Southland, PG Arena, Napier.
Miriam Clancy and Andrew Keoghan, The Cabana, doors open
''Game On'' Exhibition, Hastings City Art Gallery, Eastbourne St,
9am till 5pm.
Ormlie Lodge Mid-Winter Christmas Ball, 7pm till midnight.
Tickets $95pp includes continuous supper and local wines. Tap
beer. Dress code formal or art deco.
Matariki at Te Taiwhenua O Te Whanganui A Orotu, 6 Owen St,
Napier from 8am. Indoor and outdoor stalls, to book stall space
phone 835 1853. $10 per stall.
Golf HB Junior Stroke play Champs, Eagles, Hastings.
Russian Soul, with pianist Simon Trpceski, Municipal Theatre,
Hawks semifinal, PG arena 7pm.
Mail Newspapers has three
double passes to give away. To
enter, write your name, address
and daytime phone number on
the back of an envelope and
post to ''NZSO'', c/o
P O Box 222, Napier, or drop
into our office at 74 Tennyson
St, Napier. Alternatively, email
your entry to
NZSO in the subject line.
Competition closes at 1pm,
Friday, July 8. Winners will be
Noted pianist on tour
The New Zealand Symphony
Orchestra's white-hot Russian
Soul tour brings Macedonian
piano sensation Simon Trpceski to
Napier on Tuesday.
Trpceski will play Sergei Proko-
fiev's popular third piano concerto
with the NZSO, on a tour
celebrating masterworks by
The orchestra will go on to per-
form Pyotr Tchaikovsky's self-
declared best symphony, the
fourth, which echoed the
emotional turbulence of the
composer's life at the time it was
The full-blast symphony
shocked critics and was declared
semi-barbaric'' on its debut.
Under the acclaimed leadership
of guest conductor Pinchas Stein-
berg, the NZSO will also play the
crowd-pleasing Night on Bald
Mountain by Modest Mussorgsky,
arranged by another leading
Russian composer, Nikolai
Trpceski is a renowned soloist
who has performed with many of
the world's finest orchestras from
Europe to Asia, and United States
critics acclaim his thrilling style
and impeccable technique.
Last year he made his Carnegie
Hall debut in New York, and his
album of Rachmaninov piano
concertos hit the top 10 classical
charts in both Britain and
In 2009 he was awarded the
Presidential Order of Merit for
Macedonia, its youngest-ever
The winners of our Soap and Dylan Moran com-
Soap - Selwyn Cook
Dylan Moran - Lisa Hales
Six theatre groups in district festival
The Hawke's Bay District Festival of
Community Theatre will be held this
week at the Little Theatre in McGrath
Over two evenings, six teams will be
competing (three each evening).
The teams will represent Napier Rep-
ertory Players, Keirunga Homestead
Theatre (The Drama Workshop) and
Pahiatua Repertory Society.
The adjudicator is Ewen Coleman from
The programme, starting at 7pm, is:
Friday, July 8
Shadow Self written by Andre
Surridge, directed by Ian Claridge and
representing the Napier Repertory
Thistle Blossoms written by Roseanna
Beth Whitlow, directed by Anne Corney
and representing Napier Repertory
Living Work of Art written by Philip
Bentley, directed by Ian Claridge and
representing Napier Repertory Players.
Saturday, July 9
Ivy Shambitt and the Sound Machine
written by Daniel Evans, directed by
Juliet Cottrell and representing
Keirunga Homestead Theatre -- The
Andreas Karras written and directed
by David Moore, representing Napier
Me and My Friend written by Gillian
Plowman, directed by Peter Lea and rep-
resenting Pahiatua Repertory Society.
Festival tickets cost $15 per person per
Phone Anne Corney on 843 9197 or email
Anne at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Door sales accepted if seating available.
on the final
included in the
Poems with a twist to ward off chill
Poetry with a Twist is the
theme for this month's HB Live
Poets' Society Evening. MC
Jenny Dobson explains that the
Live Poets' Society traditionally
holds a light hearted compe-
tition in mid-winter. The telling
of poetry and stories during the
winter is an ancient tradition,''
This year we are inviting
original poems with a Twist in
the Tail', an element of the unex-
pected, a surprise ending or even
a touch of spooky.''
Prizes sponsored by Complete
Paints will be awarded for the
best poems. The evening is held
at the Hastings Community Arts
Centre in Rus-
Monday July 11.
Doors open at 7.30pm and the
poetry starts at 8pm.
Poets and audience are wel-
Please bring a small plate of
finger food for supper and koha
at the door is appreciated.
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