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Rich harmony: Tre-Belle will leave you wanting more.
Known for their tight, rich
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Realising there was a gap in
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Plays make fest lineup
Three Napier repertory plays
have been chosen to represent
Hawke s Bay at the North
Island Regional Festival of Com-
munity Theatre in Hastings this
Two full houses were treated
to a weekend of community
theatre recently, hosted by the
New Zealand Theatre Feder-
ation Hawke s Bay district com-
Adjudicator Ewen Coleman
was impressed with all six
productions, selecting four to
perform at the North Island Fes-
tival: Thistle Blossoms, directed
by Anne Corney representing
Napier Repertory Players, Liv-
ing Work of Art, directed by Ian
Claridge representing Napier
Repertory Players, Andreas Kar-
ras, directed by David Moore
representing Napier Repertory
Players, and Me and My Friend,
directed by Peter Lea represen-
ting Pahiatua Repertory Society.
The North Island regional fes-
tival is being held at The Play-
house, on the corner of Hastings
and Alexandra streets, Hast-
ings, from tomorrow to Satur-
day. The adjudicator will be
Denise Walsh, from Dunedin.
Because of the number of
productions selected from
throughout the North Island,
the festival will be extended
over three evenings.
Tomorrow, the three Napier
Repertory productions will be
performed. Admission will be
free and bookings are not
On Friday, Feilding High
School, Pahiatua Repertory
Society and Whakatane Little
Theatre will perform their
productions. Tickets are $15.
On Saturday, Tolaga Bay
Area School and Khandallah
Arts Theatre will take the stage.
This will be followed by
numbers from various musical
theatre shows, the awards cer-
emony and supper.
Tickets cost $15 and can be
obtained by contacting Anne
Corney on 843 9197.
Six bands for five bucks, Great Odin's Beard, Sea Monkeys, Ivan
Sawyer and Friends, Old Man's Beard, The Hamma and Heterodox.
Local original music, The Cabana, doors open 8pm.
HB Raceday, hawkesbayracing.co.nz
The Adults, John Toogood (Shihad) solo/collaboration with Shayne
Carter and Julia Deans. The Cabana, tickets from Music Machine.
National Youth Futsal Tournament, PG Arena, Napier. Until July 24.
North Island Regional Festival of Community Theatre, The
Playhouse, cnr Hastings and Alexandra St, Hastings, 7.30pm. Tickets
$15, phone 843 9197.
NZ String Quartet with pianist Peter Nagy, Magdalinos Room, HN
Community Centre, 7.30pm. (Programme 1) Bookings from
Naked Gun, The Cabana, doors open 8pm.
NZ String Quartet, with pianist Peter Nagy, Magdalinos Room, HN
Community Centre, 7.30pm. (Programme 2) Bookings from
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Cyclocross @ Eskdale MTB Park, Tait Rd entrance.
HB Magpies v Otago, McLean Park Napier, 2.35pm.
National Hockey U15 Girls Tournament, hbhockey.co.nz. Runs til July
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