Waiheke Marketplace : August 3rd 2011
23 WAIHEKE MARKETPLACE, AUGUST 3, 2011 EVENTS RESTRICTED FILMS: RP (AGE) Restricted to persons over the specifed age unless accompanied by parent guardian e.g. RP13, RP16 R (AGE) Restricted to person over specifed age e.g. R13, R15, R16, R18 UNRESTRICTED FILMS: G Approved for General Exhibition PG Parental Guidance recommended for younger viewers M Suitable for mature audiences 16 years & over (CINEMAS MAY REQUEST PROOF OF AGE ID FOR RESTRICTED FILMS) Wednesday 3rd August 4:30pm Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 [M] 130mins 7:30pm Biutiful [R16] 147mins FINAL Thursday 4th August 8:00pm Super 8 [M] 111mins Friday 5th August 5:00pm Bill Cunningham New York [PG] 84mins 8:00pm Waiheke Adult Literacy Fundraiser All tickets $15 available at Island / Oneroa Dress for the occasion!!! TheRockyHorrorPictureShow[M]100mins Saturday 6th August 2:00pm Kung Fu Panda 2 [PG] 90mins 5:00pm X-Men: First Class [M] 132mins 8:00pm Bill Cunningham New York [PG] 84mins Sunday 7th August 11:00am Kung Fu Panda 2 [PG] 90mins 2:00pm Diary of a Wimpy Kid 2: Rodrick Rules [PG] 90mins FINAL 4:45pm Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 [M] 130mins 7:30pm My Afternoons with Margueritte [M] 79mins Monday 8th August 7:30pm X-Men: First Class [M] 132mins FINAL Tuesday 9th August 5:00pm My Afternoons with Margueritte [M] 79mins 7:30pm Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 [M] 130mins Wednesday 10th August 3:30pm Super 8 [M] 111mins 7:30pm Bill Cunningham New York [PG] 84mins COMING SOON: Bridesmaids • 11 Aug: Incendies 18 Aug: Oranges and Sunshine Bookings: Ph 372 4240 • Prices: $14/$10/$7 www.wicc.co.nz • 2 Korora Rd, Oneroa CENSOR'S CLASSIFICATIONS Celebration: Villagers toast the butcher, Lazar, played by Mark James, seated far left, in his betrothal to Tevye's first born daughter Tzeitel. In love: The poor tailor Motel, played by Seth Tetley- Jones and Tzeitel, played by Vashity Stewart, who is betrothed to the wealthy butcher. By GEORGE GARDNER Visit www.waihekemarket place.co.nz to watch a song from the opening night. Longer run for Fiddler Fiddler on the Roof will extend its run for a further weekend after bums on seats proved the Waiheke Choral Society production popular on opening night last week- end. The iconic Joseph Stein musical is set in a small Jewish community in Russia in 1905, at a time of political and social turmoil, with the country on the brink of revolution. It features well-known songs includ- ingIfIwereaRichMan and Matchmaker. The choral society is known for its big productions. Just like its last epic undertaking of The King and I, Fiddler on the Roof sees the same attention to detail in set, props, choreogra- phy, costume, perform- ance -- and music. The lavish produc- tion s exceptional orches- tra highlights the talent of fiddler David Raws- thorne. An outstanding per- formance is given by pro- tagonist Andy Spence as Tevye, backed by his wife in life and on stage, Maya Spence as Golde, and a memorable comical cameo by Linda Savage as Yente the match- maker. Vashity Stewart, Seth- Tetley Jones, Alex Dun- can, Vrnda Lyall, Forrest Denize and Keith Pater- son shine in their roles as the younger members of the cast and the scene where the ghost of Lazar Wolf s first wife appears -- Adrienne Young was born to play this role -- provides great entertain- ment and comic relief. The calibre of the entire cast means not one character lets the show down. This show is a piece of musical history. As Tevye says: Without tradition our lives would be as shaky as a Fiddler on a Roof. There are six more chances to see the show which lasts nearly three hours, including the interval, but you would never know it. They are at Artworks Theatre on August 5 at 7pm, August 6 at 1pm and 7pm, and on August 7 at 1pm, then on August 12 at 7pm and August 13 at 7pm. Tickets are $20 for adults, $15 for children and concessions or $50 for a family pass, avail- able from the TimeOut Cafe at the theatre, or on the door if not sold out -- or phone 372-7724. Place your bets for a good cause ' We re hoping to raise anything from $25,000 to make up for the Beach Races and King of the Bay not happening earlier this year. ' Jeryl Bromley Waiheke Rotary club member A new community ambu- lance fund will be the main beneficiary of the glitz and glamour themed Welcome to Las Vegas casino night fundraiser organised by Waiheke Rotary. The event takes place at Te Huruhi School hall on August 13. The entertaining even- ing, run by Ian Hastings from Las Vegas Functions Ltd, will include poker, black jack, roulette, a money wheel, an inflatable horse race and other casino features. The grand prize, organised by United Travel Waiheke, is a trip for two to Melbourne and Hobart, worth $5000. The lucky winners will enjoy Koru lounge access and return flights with Air New Zealand to Mel- bourne, two nights at the Crown Casino including dinner, then Jetstar flights from Melbourne to Hobart return, with three nights at the Wrest Point Casino, including dinner. Proceeds will go towards a new ambu- lance on Waiheke and other community projects. Waiheke Rotary club member Jeryl Bromley says: We re hoping to raise anything from $25,000 to make up for the Beach Races and King of the Bay not happening earlier this year. Tickets are $30 per person, which includes $1m casino chips and supper. They are avail- able from United Travel, 1 Tahi Rd -- phone 372-9606.
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