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‘Table for Eight’ combines dining & dating “Table for Eight” is the modern way to meet! A new dining experience at Marconato for single professionals that provides the opportunity to enjoy dinner at this Italian institution, sharing the company of a group of men and women selected according to age group, preferences and interests. Whether you’re looking for a great evening out, a change of company, maybe expanding your circle of friends or even looking for Mr or Mrs Right, then Table for Eight is for you.
Dinner dating is a fun and relaxing way to meet several new people at once. Sharing delicious Italian cuisine, in beautiful surroundings with interesting company, has to be the perfect recipe for a successful and memorable dinner date experience.
It’s easy to join. Simply contact us and we will arrange to meet you to take your details in confidence, answer any questions you may have and to explain thoroughly what you can expect at our singles events. We will then select a group dining event best suited to you. Please be assured that all information you provide us will be kept confidential.
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WELCOME Welcome to the Autumn/Winter edition of eaW magazine. As the summer disappears into the autumn mist the thought of turning to indoor winter sports becomes more appealing. In this issue you will find a feature called ‘In From the Cold’ where we explore the sports clubs who conduct their classes indoors.
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SPORT • LEISURE • LIFESTYLE & FITNESS MARTIAL ARTS
Barnet Judo Club welcome Olympic silver medallist Ray Stevens Barnet Judo Club were pleased to receive a special guest during September when Olympic silver medallist Ray Stevens attended a private session with club members only. Ray’s expertise as both an international competitor and as a first class coach is without compare and the whole session was dedicated to groundwork, where some simple and some not so simple techniques were run through and practised. Ray’s friendly character and excellent teaching style ensured that everybody who attended had a great time as well as learning a considerable amount.
Although 4 hours of continual Judo is quite hard going for some members, the time flew by, and before they knew it, they were at the end of the workshop and a question and answer session awaited. During this closing session everybody had the opportunity to ask about any Judo techniques or related subject. Earlier in the day, Barnet Judo Club Sensei Jorge, had asked if Ray could show some versions of Sangaku jime (Jorge’s favoured technique). This was greeted
with favourable response and the members all engaged in practising different versions of the strangle. The people who attended the workshop, varied in age grade and experience, but all had a great time and learned a lot of good judo.
Barnet Judo Club intend to run similar workshops in the future, so if you missed out this time make sure that you book early for the next one. Look out for details in eaW!
Forthcoming at the Artsdepot! As the weather cools down, it seems things are heating up in North Finchley, judging by artsdepot’s sizzling autumn programme!
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for autumn. artsdepot’s season kicks off with risqué comedy from Frisky & Mannish (below). The duo will analyse your skills and map your career path when you come along to their new show Pop Centre Plus (a clever play on Job Centre Plus)! The show received rave reviews in Edinburgh, so it’s a treat to be seeing it on our home turf. If you are a fan of serious theatre, grab tickets for Friend or Foe, a thrilling tale of extraordinary friendship set at the height of WWII, written by master storyteller Michael Morpurgo. For those who prefer chills to thrills, A Christmas Carol – as told by Jacob Marley (deceased) – is just the ticket. This is not for the fainthearted though, and under 10s will not be admitted!
In November, the award-winning Ballet Black takes to the artsdepot stage to celebrate its ten year anniversary with a stunning programme of dance, featuring work by worldrenowned choreographers.
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programming. This autumn proves no exception – one highlight is the intergalactic adventure The Way Back Home (above). Based on the popular book by Oliver Jeffers, the show will keep families entertained during the half-term holidays. And as the year draws to a close, artsdepot presents a must-see for Gruffaholics everywhere. The smash-hit Christmas show The Gruffalo’s Child is packed with songs and laughter, and is adapted for the stage by acclaimed children’s theatre company Tall Stories. The show has received great reviews and tickets are selling fast, so give the artsdepot Box Office a call on 020 8369 5454 or visit www.artsdepot.co.uk to book now.
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Learning to swim at Poolside Manor eaW magazine introduces you to Poolside Manor who are a leading independent swimming tuition and multi- activity centre. As swimming plays an important part in any childs life, Poolside Manor offer excellent children’s swim lessons, setting the standard for swimming tuition. Poolside provide ﬁrst-class swimming lessons for children of any age, all day and every day, using a purpose built teaching pool that creates the ideal atmosphere conducive to the teaching of swimming.
Poolside Manor also have a rich history of providing top quality multi-activity holiday camps for those aged 3 to 11. When they say multi-activity, they really mean it! Children are served up a range of sports, craft and art activities, dance, drama, games, trips and visiting entertainers. Poolside Manor also offer Pool Parties that are famous all over for the lasting enjoyment they bring. They are suitable for children celebrating their 5th birthday upwards. Parties take place on a Saturday and Sunday mid afternoon, each lasting 2 hours.
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Finally, the line up is completed with parent and toddler lessons, pilates, aqua ﬁt and adult swim lessons, membership swimming and lifeguard and first aid training courses.
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FREE DANCE CLASS *First Taster Class is Free Non Stop Dance classes will help to develop your child’s flexibility, posture, strength, movement memory and musicality. Our fun and friendly atmosphere also allows children to meet new friends, grow in confidence, develop social skills and improve concentration. See them smile; watch them perform; check out their moves! Call now to book their Free class! Call 020 8446 0006 or go to www.NonStopDance.co.uk
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Barnet comes 10th overall in the 2011 London Youth Games From November 2010 to July 2011 Barnet took part in 50 sport events within the London Youth Games 2011. 500 children were picked from trials, clubs and school teams to represent Barnet in their chosen sports. What a year for Barnet, top 10 out of 33 London boroughs. Here is how we achieved this fantastic result. Barnet reach the top 10 in 25 team sports, see below: Sport
Table Tennis (Male)
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31 out of the 50 sport events achieved better results than last year. Well done Clubs, coaches and of course participants. As well as these great team results we took home 18 individual medals.
Individual medals: Gold:
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Michael Callegari (Cross Country Under 17 Male) Hetty Rudman (Disability Athletics Long Jump & 100m) Jessica Englishby (Disability Athletics 100m) David Medzinskii (Judo) Billy Kelsey (Athletics 800m)
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Rohit Pisal (Outdoor Rowing) David Medzinskii (Judo) Louise Reeves (Disability Swim 25m Front crawl) Tyla Beckles (Athletics 200m)
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Sachin Perera (Indoor Rowing) Ben Sweet (Archery) Oliver Keegan (swimming 50m Fly) Jodie Hare (swimming 50m Fly) Tommie Galer (Gymnastics) Phillip Du (Disability Athletics Long Jump) Louise Reeves (Disability Swim 50m Front crawl) Hetty Rudman (Athletics 300m)
Barnet top 5 represented schools: 1. Mill Hill County 4. Henrietta Barnet 2. Oaklodge 5. The Ravenscroft 3. St Michaels Barnet clubs which helped with the great result: Finchley Cricket Club • Barnet and District and Shaftesbury Barnet Harriers Athletics clubs • Split Second Tennis • VK Barnet Volleyball • Finchley Squash Club • London Academy Table Tennis • Arrowheads Archery • Barnet Badminton club • Copthall Diving Club • Hendon Gymnastics Club • Finchley Foils • Barnet Copthall Swim Club • Phoenix Canoe Club • Barnet Bulldogs • East Barnet BB Club • Non Stop Action • Barnet Judo Club • Barnet Trampolining Club • Watford Water Polo Club. Mini Games There are also sport competitions for the Primary age groups. The Barnet primary schools compete in the partnerships of Barnet and the overall winner then gets chosen to represent Barnet at the Mini London Youth Games. Below are the schools that represented Barnet at 2011 games. • Football - St John N11 • Tag rugby - Foulds • Netball - St Josephs • Gymnastics - Goodwyn • Athletics - Cromer Road The Information can also be found on www. barnet.gov.uk/London-youth-gamesresults If you are interested in competing for Barnet’s 2012 team or would like to know more about other sporting activities in your borough please contact Barnet Council’s Sports Development Team Youth Support Service on 020 359 7817 or via email email@example.com
GIVE IT A GO! MONTH Give it a Go! is an exciting opportunity to try a different range of sports and activities for free in North London. During October people of all ages and abilities can have a go at a new sport such as Table Tennis, Judo, Volleyball, Fencing, Football, Canoeing, Tennis and Dance.
GET ACTIVE LONDON – ACTIVITY FINDER Looking for a one-stop-shop for ways to get active? The Get Active London Activity Finder provides listings for clubs, venues, activities and events with up to date listings for London. If you are part of a club or activity, why not add details to the Get Active London website now to promote your sport to the public. Visit www.getactivelondon.com for full listings and more information.
BACK TO FITNESS! Badminton • Netball • Tai Chi • Swimming Lessons • Brazilian Dance • Judo
Female only fitness sessions! Want to meet new friends, have fun or get fit? Haven’t played sport since school? A number of sport and physical activities are, and will be, running across the borough between October and December 2011. The are limited spaces, so you must book in advance. For information about the activities on offer and to reserve your place, contact us using the details below.
OCTOBER HALF TERM
(24-28 October 2011)
Free activities will be taking place for young people in Barnet throughout the October half-term. Applicants must book in advance and places are limited. Visit www.futureversity.org to see activities and to register. The final day for applications will be Sunday 16 October.
NEW TRAMPOLINE SESSIONS Barnet Trampoline Club is running a seven week trampoline programme on Saturday’s for adults with a particular emphasis on those aged 16-25. Date: Starting Saturday 29 October 2011
Time: 3.30pm to 4.30pm
Venue: Woodhouse College, North Finchley
Cost: £32 for the seven weeks
If you would be interested in joining the adult session please contact us using the details below.
Contact the Sport Development Team If you require any information about getting and staying active in Barnet why not get in touch? Tel: 020 8359 7817/8 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.barnet.gov.uk/sport Become a fan of Active Barnet on Facebook
SPORT • LEISURE • LIFESTYLE & FITNESS CHARITY
Chickenshed 10k Challenge - are you up for it? The Chickenshed 10K Challenge is a fantastic way to get fit and help to raise money for a local charity. Last year over 150 people took part and this year’s event promises to be bigger, brighter and bursting with even more energy!
Chickenshed is hoping to raise over £10,000 towards their ‘Access for All’ Programme from this year’s 10K Challenge. The programme helps to support children, young people and adults - who have a range of multiple and complex needs
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or who have social or ﬁnancial disadvantages - to be able to access Chickenshed’s performances and workshops. The Chickenshed 10K Challenge starts at Chickenshed Theatre at 10am and takes a picturesque route around Trent Park Country Park back to Chickenshed. The theatre bar/restaurant will be open for food and drink for spectators and those wishing to relax after tackling this scenic course. Chickenshed has chosen a route that provides the runners with an opportunity to compete for personal best against other runners or take a more relaxed approach where participants can run, walk or jog with family and friends – even pets are allowed. Chickenshed has also organised a shorter 3K route which is wheelchair and pushchair accessible.
It’s easy to enter. Simply visit http://www.chickenshed.org. uk/1219/shows/chickensheds10k-challenge-3k-anyway.html and download an entry form and post with your registration fee to Chickenshed, Chase Side, Southgate, London, N14 4PE. Why not ask friends, colleagues and family to sponsor you and raise money for this fantastic Charity. Registrations can also be taken on the day of the event – so if you don’t want to commit now, please just turn up on the day. Chickenshed 10K Challenge is supported by: Trent Park, Sprint & Rotary Club.
If you are unable to attend but would like to support Chickenshed please text CHAL11 £5 to 70070.
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The key changes in the revised paperwork features a new transport plan which aims to reduce the percentage of fans traveling by car to 36 per cent. Sarries also want to run a matchday coach service from towns across Hertfordshire offering six routes to and from the stadium. There will be a regular doubledecker match day shuttle service connecting Edgware, Mill Hill Broadway and Mill Hill East stations to Copthall. The Premiership champions have also included the provision of a variety of match day parking schemes that will de determined by local residents. Other changes include a modiﬁed design, featuring wood, trees and greenery that will soften the visual impact of
the East stand and an integrated management plan. Sarries chairman Nigel Wray said: “We have listened and we have learned, and we are now putting forward an even better version of what is a really exciting plan to create a unique community sports hub in the heart of north London, offering fantastic beneﬁts to tens of thousands of people, and minimising disruption to residents.” “Our basic concept remains the same – to invest in the creation of a compact, well-equipped stadium to be used for community sport on 340 days of the year, club and elite athletics and a maximum 16 days of Premiership rugby. We are determined to advocate proposals that enjoy widespread public support, that creates a home for the awardwinning Saracens foundation and a genuine community asset, and that enables our club’s return home to the heart of north London.”
eaW brings you a taster of the indoor life of sports and physical activity in our special â€˜In from the Coldâ€™ special feature.
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Itâ€™s now time to focus our attention on indoor sports now that the cold dark nights are coming. Keep an eye out for your favourite sports.! Basketball Development Program for Ages 5 - 16 3ATURDAYS AM PM s &IRST 3ESSION &2%% Training Venue @ Barnet Burnt Oak Leisure Centre, Watling Av, Burnt Oak, Edgeware, HA5 0NG Bulldogs Mentoring Academy Coming Soon partnering with the Borough of Barnet
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“The teachers are excellent” at Barnet College The College offers a wide range of options, from A Levels and vocational courses to a host of business, accounting and teaching qualifications. You can also study on English Language courses and, in conjunction with top universities, we run a specialist Higher Education programme.
According to our students, there isn’t a better place to study than Barnet College: “The facilities are great: the new building and the artsdepot where I spend most of my time is a great place to learn performing arts as you are immersed in it all the time.“ Zelemkhan, who studied on the College’s Foundation Degree programme in Performing Arts and Drama. For your opportunity to visit Barnet College you can register online to attend one of the College’s forthcoming Open Days. See our page advert on the back page for further details. You’ll also be able to get specialist advice on your
I’ve come back to College, and hope it will enable me to run my own general construction business when I finish.
Barnet College, with sites in Hendon and High Barnet, boasts the perfect mix for an educational establishment: state-of-the-art modern facilities, experienced tutors, industry specialists and, crucially, great partnerships with universities, local employers and other learning providers.
James, who studied Brickwork, Levels 1, 2 and 3 at Barnet College, and has now moved on to Carpentry and Joinery. options and help to decide what courses are best for you. Those that register online at the College’s website have the chance to win a salon beauty treatment for two, or one of the £20 Brent Cross gift vouchers that are up for grabs.
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SPORT • LEISURE • LIFESTYLE & FITNESS COMMUNITY
Fostering: a career that changes lives Karen was a Speech and Language Therapist but found that she had reached a point in her career and life where she needed a change. Fostering was something that she had always planned to do so she decided that it was time to make the ‘big decision’.
emotionally and I’ve gained many new friends along the way.” Karen has been able to use her professional skills with some of the children she has cared for over the last seven years. But most of all she is able to say that she has made a difference to the lives of all the children she has cared for.
“I wanted to use my skills to make a difference but I was concerned how I would be able to afford such a change with bills to pay etc. I suppose I could have fallen back on private therapy work but I was determined that I could make this work, and Barnet ensured this by offering me, as a foster carer, generous allowances and fees.”
“I am reminded daily why I do this job. When the kids give me a hug and tell me spontaneously that they like living here; when I use my skills to develop a child’s self-esteem, giving them the confidence to say what’s wrong; by being a significant part of the team that helps a child; when I have one of those ‘nice moments’ like realising the house is filled with laughter, singing and relaxed children and when I see children move on positively.”
“Fostering has completely changed my life. Life is now more restrictive time-wise but fuller
Karen says that if being a foster carer is something that you have thought about but are unsure whether to take the next step, “you have nothing to lose by enquiring” We run regular information events for anyone interested in
finding out more about fostering, visit our website www.barnet.gov. uk/fostering for details. Alternatively you can request a free information pack by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 020 8359 6274.
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BPSS Launch Event - 18th October. North London Business Park,
Keeping sport alive Who are we?
How will we do that?
The Barnet Partnership for School Sport (BPSS) is a brand new association that has been created to build upon the success of the previous School Sport Partnerships.
1 - Sustain and Grow: Build a sustainable Partnership by influencing, advocating, developing and implementing the policy of partners and providers and attract funding and resources to deliver the priorities to enable growth. 2 - Marketing and Communication: One Stop Shop of advice, support, communication and resources. Work and communicate effectively with schools to meet need and fulfil expectations related to participation in sport and physical activity. 3 - Competitive Pathways: Provide a centralised structure for borough competitions, festivals and leagues by maximising on opportunities for Barnet through the Government’s agenda for school sport and competition. 4 - Workforce Development: Manage and coordinate national leadership and regional volunteering opportunities. 5 - Out of Hours Learning: To work with schools effectively to develop Change for Life clubs/community clubs as an opportunity to address those that are least active and encourage them to progress into Level 1 and Level 2 of the School Games model. 6 - Coach Deployment: Provide guidance, advice and support on the engagement and deployment of the services of external coaches and companies. 7 - 2012 and beyond: Development of local 2012 Olympics and Paralympics programmes and initiatives linked to the Games, including the Get Set Network 8 - Inclusion: Ensure all opportunities are inclusive and develop active lifestyles/playground to podium access/pathways.
The BPSS is a “not for profit” organisation that has been established as a mechanism to retain the outcomes achieved by the School Sport Partnerships, including the organisation of events, competitions, festivals and leadership opportunities with a generic outcome of increasing participation at all levels.
What will we do? • Increase participation in high quality sport and physical activity • Work and communicate effectively with schools to meet need and fulfil expectations related to participation in sport and physical activity, widening access to sport and physical activity among low participation groups • Support the development of progression pathways to ensure individuals reach their full potential • Provide support and advice to maximise opportunities for Barnet through the Government’s agenda for school sport and competition
Visit our website for more information: www.barnetpartnersh
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in Barnet School Games Organisers New to the BPSS is The School Games. This is a new and exciting way for all children to get involved in competitive school sport. There are three key elements to the School Games at all levels: Getting everyone involved - No matter what their experience, talent, ability or disability, the School Games will be open to all children. With competitions available at intra-school, inter-school and county/area level, there is a place for everyone. The School Games is also designed to complement existing initiatives in your school which encourage a wide range of children to participate in sport - such as Change4Life Sports Clubs. The competition ladder - Children should be able to progress in competitive school sport and the School Games provides the connectivity to achieve this. It provides opportunities for children to start off in intra-school competitions and then progress to the next level to take part in inter-school competitions. From there, if a team or individual qualifies, the next step is competing at a county/area level at a School Games Festival. At this point young athletes may be recognised by National Governing Bodies of Sport and could go on to compete at Level 4 - the national multisport event.
Using the excitement of sport and London 2012 - The School Games is a new approach to school sport designed to motivate and enthuse all children and young people. Using the unique power and energy of London 2012, now is the time to inspire everyone to take part! Our children expect and deserve the best - this means an approach to competitive school sport that is exciting, well presented, offers a wide variety of sports and which gives other opportunities for pupils to get involved through cultural activities, organisation, officiating or volunteering. Barnet has 3 School Games Organisers new to post. For more information on the Games and to contact the School Organisers, please visit our website.
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Welcome to the eaW guide to the Rugby World Cup. We bring you the full fixture list for the Rugby world cup in New Zealand this Autumn. The Rugby World Cup kicked off on 9th September with the hosts entertaining Tonga. With England reaching the last two World Cup finals, narrowly losing out last time around to South Africa. Can England make it three finals and this time take the coveted trophy home with them? Follow each game with our guide to the dates, times and venues and cheer your team onto victory. Our thanks go to the many local rugby clubs featured and if rugby is your game then contact them now.
All new players welcome Come and join a friendly competitive club Cophall playing fields, Greenlands Lane, Hendon NW4 1RL www.hendonfc.com
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24th & 25th Oct • 2 Day Skills Camp • Old Albanians RFC • £54 24th & 25th Oct • 2 Day Skills Camp • Blackheath RFC • £50 25th Oct • 1 Day Intensive Skills Camp • Hemel Hempstead • £25 26th Oct • Kicking Clinic • Old Albanians RFC • £40 (ages 10-17) 26th Oct • 1 Day Intensive Skills Camp • Barnet RFC • £25.00
Camps for ages 6 - 16
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26th Oct • 1 Day Intensive Skills Camp • Welwyn RFC • £25 27th & 28th Oct • 2 Day Skills Camp • Saracens Amateurs RFC • £50 27th & 28th Oct • 2 Day Skills Camp • Dartfordians RFC • £50 27th & 28th Oct • 2 Day Skills Camp • Pinner Rugby Club • £50
To book your place or for further information on the course please visit www.rugbycamps.com/saracens or call the community team on 01707 285 026
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New Zealand vs Tonga Sept 9, Auckland, Eden Park, 09.30 France vs Japan Sept 10, Auckland, Nrth Harbour, 07.00 Tonga vs Canada Sept 14, Whangarei, 06.00 New Zealand vs Japan Sept 16, Hamilton, 09.00 France vs Canada Sept 18, Napier, 09.30 Tonga vs Japan Sept 21, Whangarei, 08.30 New Zealand vs France Sept 24, Auckland, Eden Park, 09.30 Canada vs Japan Sept 27, Napier, 05.30 France vs Tonga Oct 1, Wellington, 06.00 New Zealand vs Canada Oct 2, Wellington, 03.30
Scotland vs Romania Sept 10, Intercargill, 02.00 Argentina vs England Sept 10, Dunedin, 09.30 Scotland vs Georgia Sept 14, Intercargill, 08.30 Argentina vs Romania Sept 17, Intercargill, 04.30 England vs Georgia Sept 18, Dunedin, 07.00 England vs Romania Sept 24, Dunedin, 07.00 Argentina vs Scotland Sept 25, Wellington, 08.30 Georgia vs Romania Sept 28, Palmerston Nrth, 07.30 England vs Scotland Oct 1, Auckland, Eden Park, 08.30 Argentina vs Georgia Oct 2, Palmerston Nrth, 01.00
Australia vs Italy Sept 11, Auckland, Nrth Harbour, 04.30 Ireland vs USA Sept 11, New Plymouth, 07.00 Russia vs USA Sept 15, New Plymouth, 08.30 Australia vs Ireland Sept 17, Auckland, Eden Park, 09.30 Italy vs Russia Sept 20, Nelson, 08.30 Australia vs USA Sept 23, Wellington, 09.30 Ireland vs Russia Sept 25, Rotorua, 06.00 Italy vs USA Sept 27, Nelson, 07.30 Australia vs Russia Oct 1, Nelson, 03.30 Ireland vs Italy Oct 2, Dunedin, 08.30
Fiji vs Namibia Sept 10, Rotorua, 04.30 South Africa vs Wales Sept 11, Wellington, 09.30 Samoa vs Namibia Sept 14, Rotorua, 03.30 South Africa vs Fiji Sept 17, Wellington, 07.00 Wales vs Samoa Sept 18, Hamilton, 04.30 South Africa vs Namibia Sept 22, Auckland, Nrth Harbour, 09.00 Fiji vs Samoa Sept 25, Auckland, Eden Park, 03.30 Wales vs Namibia Sept 26, New Plymouth, 07.30 South Africa vs Samoa Sept 30, Auckland, Nrth Harbour, 08.30 Wales vs Fiji Oct 2, Hamilton, 06.00
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Sara, Becky, Ermengarde and Lavinia. The ﬁrst single from the production ‘If I Was A Real Princess’ is currently available to download on iTunes. The entire cast recording is due to be released in January of next year. Every year, The National Theatre commissions ten plays by British and international writers, exploring stories from around the world to inspire young theatre companies across the UK. Bodens are excited and inspired that their Youth Theatre has been selected as one of the passionate and committed young theatre companies to take up the challenge of staging the scripts. Participants will get the chance to perform both in The Tony Boden Theatre and at a festival with other Connections companies. One production of each script will be showcased at the National Theatre in London. Senior students have already begun work-shopping ﬁve of the ten scripts and must choose their favourite 3 plays before the end of September. You can watch behind the scenes footage and buy tickets for nay of these productions at www.bodens.co.
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