NZ Architecture Series
Bill McKay is a senior lecturer in the School of Architecture at University of Auckland. As an active writer and researcher, he focuses on New Zealand architectural history. Bill Mckay works as a critic and writes regularly for Architecture NZ and has done numerous architecture exhibitions. Join Bill on 23 September for an insight into Maori architecture over the last 200 years.
Open Your Eyes to Drama!
Are you looking for an inspirational and constructive activity for your 8 - 12 year old this holiday?
Tutor June Renwick has a passion for the performing arts and was HOD at Selwyn College for 24 years. In addition to teaching drama and cooking classes at Selwyn Community Education, June is an educational consultants and director of plays and musicals.
This class offers a friendly and relaxed atmosphere where your children will have fun while being introduced to the joy of drama. Through drama games, improvisations, techniques and conventions, your child will develop their self-confidence and creativity. Get in quick though as this class is limited and will fill quickly. 9am - 1pm Tuesday 30 September and Wednesday 1 October 2014. If you are interested in seeing the results of June's afterschool drama class, her students are performing 17 and 18 September afternoons. Contact the office on 5219623 for more info.
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Selwyn Community Arts Theatre presents Monty Python's Spamalot. Opportunities for actors, singers, dancers, backstage and support. For information on participating contact Kate Janes on email email@example.com Performances 8 - 11 October. To buy tickets call 09 5219623. Concession prices available for groups of 15 and more.