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Events Guide

Autumn / Winter 2012

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Welcome to the new season at the Hawkins Theatre – Papakura.

Introduction

This is undoubtedly the busiest season we have had at the theatre in a very long time where there are only 10 ‘dark’ days out of the 123 of the entire season where we don’t have any events, meetings, workshops, films or hirers in the venue. That equates to an amazing 92% usage from May to August! I’m pleased to say that our films are proving to be a big hit, and we will endeavour to bring you top quality movies from New Zealand and afar. We were delighted to host the director and cast member from REST FOR THE WICKED recently on the final screening of the film. Simon & Elizabeth gave a great insight to the film industry and the night was deemed by many to be a great success. We hope to be able to arrange more of these question & answer sessions where possible in the future. If you’re on Facebook be sure to ‘like’ the Hawkins Theatre page and you will receive notification of these events as they are announced. So, what else is happening around the venue.... The Hawkins Youth Theatre Company has just finished it’s first term and we’re thrilled that we are almost at full capacity for enrolments with only a few places left in both the junior & senior groups. Work will start in earnest shortly for their first annual production which will run from the 5th to 7th October at the theatre. Look out for announcements on our Hawkins Youth Theatre Company Facebook page and in our next Events Guide in August.

Contents May Films ........................... 5 - 7 May Theatre ...................... 8 & 9 June Theatre ................... 9 & 11 June Films ....................... 12 - 15 July Theatre ..................... 16 -18 July Films ........................ 19 - 20 August Theatre .............. 18 & 21 August Films ................... 22 - 25 Theatre Information ............... 26 Whats On At A Glance . ........... 27 Laugh Out Loud Comedy Club .. 28

We’re also very pleased to host a special NZ International Comedy Festival edition of our very own comedy night Laugh Out Loud - Papakura, which has a great lineup of some of New Zealand’s best stand up comedians on the circuit today. If you haven’t been to one before and you enjoy a good laugh I urge you to give it a try! Well that’s all from us, as usual as you browse through the guide remember tickets for all the events that have the sign can be purchased at the Hawkins Theatre Box Office Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm, or any other TICKETEK outlet. We look forward to personally welcoming you at the theatre very soon. Warm regards, The Hawkins Team 3


Films May

The Hunter

Rating: M

“Some mysteries should never be solved” Based on the acclaimed novel by Julia Leigh, THE HUNTER is a powerful psychological drama which takes us deep into the stunning Tasmanian wilderness. Academy Award nominee Willem Dafoe (SPIDER MAN, THE ENGLISH PATIENT, PLATOON) stars as Martin David, a mercenary hired by a mysterious biotech company to hunt for the last remaining Tasmanian Tiger. Under the wing of Jack Mindy (Sam Neill, THE PIANO), Martin lodges at the home of Lucy (Frances O’Connor, AI: ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE), who is grief-stricken after the disappearance of her husband, Jarrah and struggling to care for her two children, Sass and Bike. As Martin goes about his clandestine mountain search, he finds himself unexpectedly drawn to the troubled family and the treacherous landscape.

Thurs 10th & Fri 18th May 12.30pm & 7.30pm

Margin Call

In Advance: Adults $8 Concessions $6 On Door: Adults $11 Concessions $9

Rating: M

“Be first. Be smarter. Or cheat.” Set in the high-stakes world of the financial industry, Margin Call is a thriller entangling the key players at an investment firm during one perilous 24-hour period in the early stages of the 2008 financial crisis. “When entry-level analyst Peter Sullivan (Zachary Quinto) unlocks information that could prove to be the downfall of the firm, a roller-coaster ride ensues as decisions both financial and moral catapult the lives of all involved to the brink of disaster. Expanding the parameters of genre, Margin Call is a riveting examination of the human components of a subject too often relegated to partisan issues of black and white. A portrayal of the financial industry and its denizens as they confront the decisions that shape our global future.” (Sundance Film Festival 2011) All-star cast includes Kevin Spacey, Demi Moore, Paul Bettany and Jeremy Irons.

Fri 11th & Mon 28th May 12.30pm & 7.30pm www.hawkinstheatre.co.nz

In Advance: Adults $8 Concessions $6 On Door: Adults $11 Concessions $9 5


Films May

Buck

Rating: PG

“There’s no wisdom worth having that isn’t hard won” “Your horse is a mirror to your soul, and sometimes you may not like what you see. Sometimes, you will.” So says Buck Brannaman, a true American cowboy and sage on horseback who travels extensively for nine grueling months a year helping horses with people problems. Buck, a richly textured and visually stunning film, follows Brannaman from his abusive childhood to his unusual approach to horses. A real-life “horse-whisperer,” he eschews the violence of his upbringing and teaches people to communicate with their horses through instinct, not punishment. Buck possesses near magical abilities as he dramatically transforms horses – and people – with his understanding, compassion and respect. In this film, the animal-human relationship becomes a metaphor for facing the daily challenges of life. A truly American story about an unsung hero, Buck is about an ordinary man who has made an extraordinary life despite tremendous odds. Winner of the Audience Award at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival.

Mon 14th & Tues 29th May 12.30pm & 7.30pm

The Most Fun You Can Have Dying

In Advance: Adults $8 Concessions $6 On Door: Adults $11 Concessions $9

Rating: R16

Shot in Europe and New Zealand, The most fun you can have dying tells the tale of young and charming Michael, who learns he has just a few months to live. Determined to have the time of his life, Michael “borrows” the money raised for his treatment and heads overseas. He is determined to be carefree and irresponsible, with no ties or attachments, everything goes as planned until he meets and falls in love with Sylvie, a beautiful and enigmatic young French woman.

Tues 15th & Wed 30th May 12.30pm & 7.30pm www.hawkinstheatre.co.nz

In Advance: Adults $8 Concessions $6 On Door: Adults $11 Concessions $9 7


May

Theatre Showcase 2012 DAPASI & Norris Dance Studios An extravaganza of dance and musical theatre, featuring a huge variety of performance from all ages. Performing jazz, tap, hip hop, contemporary, ballet and musical theatre – get a group together of family & friends and come along to enjoy this fabulous show. You will be enthralled with the spectacular choreography, stunning costuming and fabulous music. Adults $25, Seniors/Students $18, Children $15 Wed 2nd to Fri 4th May - 7pm Call Noeline on 298 6468 Sat 5th & Sun 6th May - 1pm & 7pm

or visit Norris Studios

Laugh Out Loud

Part of the 2012 NZ International Comedy Festival

Special NZ International Comedy Festival show-case of NZ’s very best stand-up talent. The creme of the comedy club circuit have been picked, washed and packaged for your entertainment pleasure. Sustainably. Hosted by Billy T Award winner Mike Loder and featuring four hilarious acts. LOL - Papakura is now it in its third year and as usual it will be a brilliant night out - book early and often. Recommended 18+.

Sat 12th May

Adults $16 Concessions $11 Groups (8+) $13

8pm

Disco Inferno ACG Strathallan

ACG Strathallan’s musical production, Disco Inferno - is a bright, colourful and funky show that will have the audience on their feet dancing to the well-known songs of the 70’s (including Kool & the Gang, Earth, Wind & Fire, Jackson 5, Elton John, The Village People, Donna Summer, The Pointer Sisters, Gloria Gaynor and The Bee Gees). Disco Inferno is a light-hearted, comic take on the German legend of Faust, who, dissatisfied with his life, makes a deal with the devil, exchanging his soul for unlimited knowledge and worldly pleasures.

Thurs 24th to Sat 26th May 7.30pm 8

Tickets will be available from Strathallan reception or phone 295 0830 www.hawkinstheatre.co.nz


Theatre May / June

Do Or Di?

Rouge Records Herschel Herscher hosts this fun-filled musical event. Add singers Anna Rugis and Linn Lorkin and you have a top professional vocal trio. This fabulous fifties television game show spoof showcases the trio’s comedic and musical talents. Wonderful singing and jazzy instrumental arrangements are applied to the hits of Doris Day and Dinah Shore while the audience guesses which diva was the hit-maker! In Advance: Adults $10 Concessions $8 Sun 27th May On Door: Adults $15 Concessions $12 2.30pm

Viva Italia

Operatunity Entertainment Take the variety of vibrant music from Italy and mix it into one exciting concert full of popular Italian song and opera celebrating this wonderfully colourful country, with special guest artist, Ben Makisi, the Polynesian Pavarotti!

Thurs 31st May 11am

Tickets: $30 (includes lunch with the artists) Call 0508 266 237 or log on to www.operatunity.co.nz

Dance Competition Papakura Performing Arts Society An annual dance competition for jazz and tap dancers runs all weekend. Tickets are available to the Saturday afternoon and evening troupe performances.

Sat 2nd & Sun 3rd June Times vary

Tickets: $5

Peter Pan

Ramarama Primary School Ramarama Primary School is presenting their version of Peter Pan, with a show full of singing, dancing & drama. The cast of 60 students are extremely excited & enthusiastic, riding high from the success of their production of The Little Mermaid in 2011, the cast are keen to show an even more polished performance this year with Peter Pan, which we’re sure will capture the hearts of the audience. Tickets : Adults $10, Children $5 Fri 15th June available from the school office ph: 09 294 8795 12.30pm & 6.30pm www.hawkinstheatre.co.nz

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Sunday 27th May 2.30pm


Theatre June

An Evening With Eels

Auckland Council

You are invited to join the Auckland Council and Wai Care at an evening event to learn about, celebrate and protect our native freshwater eels! Our free event programme includes a talk by an eel scientist, the showing of the film LongFin, educational displays about streams, live native freshwater fish (including eels), tea, coffee & yummy hot catering provided. Longfin recounts the lifecycle of our iconic taonga the LongFin eel. Join the eels on an epic journey from the deep warm seas to cool New Zealand freshwater streams and rivers and its eventual return to sea to breed. Threats to eels are documented including fish passage barriers, pollution, and commercial harvesting. Perceptions of eels over time are explored including eels being seen as a food item, a pest and a profit maker. Moving and evocative. Register for this free event with Laura Torre on 09 261 8135 Fri 22nd June or email laura.torre@aucklandcouncil.govt.nz 6.30pm

Laugh Out Loud - Papakura Papakura’s very own comedy club brings a whole host of laughs with 4 top comedians from the Auckland circuit, and hosted by Billy T James Award winning comedian, Mike Loder. This months comedians are, Andrew Clay, Tevita Manukia, TM Bishop and Ed Caruthers. For 18+.

Sat 23rd June 8pm

In Advance: All tickets $10 On Door: All tickets $20

Soul Food

An Evening with Kelvin Cruickshank With the outstanding success and popularity of TV2’s award winning series Sensing Murder, Kelvin has literally been swamped with people wanting to see him. For this reason, he is continuing his series of exclusive evenings that will help to reach out and touch more people at once. These evenings will simply be Kelvin working with the spirits.

Fri 29th June 7pm www.hawkinstheatre.co.nz

All Tickets: $67 11


Films June

The End of the Line

Rating: G

The End of the Line, the first major feature documentary film revealing the impact of overfishing on our oceans, had its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival. In the film we see firsthand the effects of our global love affair with fish as food. It examines the imminent extinction of bluefin tuna, brought on by increasing western demand for sushi; the impact on marine life resulting in huge overpopulation of jellyfish; and the profound implications of a future world with no fish that would bring certain mass starvation. Filmed over two years, The End of the Line follows the investigative reporter Charles Clover as he confronts politicians and celebrity restaurateurs, who exhibit little regard for the damage they are doing to the oceans. One of his allies is the former tuna farmer turned whistleblower Roberto Mielgo – on the trail of those destroying the world’s magnificent bluefin tuna population. Filmed across the world – from the Straits of Gibraltar to the coasts of Senegal and Alaska to the Tokyo fish market – featuring top scientists, indigenous fishermen and fisheries enforcement officials, The End of the Line is a wake-up call to the world.

Tues 5th & Mon 18th June 12.30pm & 7.30pm

Good For Nothing

In Advance: Adults $8 Concessions $6 On Door: Adults $11 Concessions $9 Rating: R13

An English lady is immigrating out West but is kidnapped by a rugged outlaw who attempts to have his way with her but suffers from an unfortunate case of erectile dysfunction. Action and adventure unfold in this original take on the classic Western. Adventure, drama and comedy ensue when this unlikely duo are forced to help each other survive in this unique film which is the first classic Western feature made in New Zealand. Starring award-winning Kiwi star Cohen Holloway (Boy, Eagle vs Shark, Until Proven Innocent) – recipient of the New Zealand Qantas Film & Television Award for Best Actor 2010.

Thurs 7th & Mon 25th June 12.30pm & 7.30pm www.hawkinstheatre.co.nz

In Advance: Adults $8 Concessions $6 On Door: Adults $11 Concessions $9 13


Films June

Spud

Rating: M It’s South Africa 1990. Two major events are about to happen: The release of Nelson Mandela and, more importantly, it’s Spud Milton’s first year at an elite boys only private boarding school. John Milton is a boy from an ordinary background who wins a scholarship to a private school in Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa. Surrounded by boys with nicknames like Gecko, Rambo, Rain Man and Mad Dog, Spud has his hands full trying to adapt to his new home. Along the way Spud takes his first tentative steps along the path to manhood. (The path it seems could be a rather long road). Spud is an only child. He is cursed with parents from well beyond the lunatic fringe and a senile granny. His dad is a fervent anti-communist who is paranoid that the family domestic worker is running a shebeen from her room at the back of the family home. His mom is a free spirit and a teenager’s worst nightmare... John Cleese stars in this South African coming-of age comedy-drama.

Fri 8th & Tues 19th June 12.30pm & 7.30pm

In Advance: Adults $8 Concessions $6 On Door: Adults $11 Concessions $9

We Need To Talk About Kevin

Rating: R16 An exquisitely realized adaptation of Lionel Shriver’s bestselling novel, We Need To Talk About Kevin, the film was a critics and audience favourite following its competition screenings at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival. Tilda Swinton turns in a stunning and breathtakingly fragile performance as Eva, a concerned mother with a troubled, angry son - Kevin. Eva is a haunted middle-aged woman trying to grapple with her own feelings towards her son as he grows up to be a brooding teenager, and his unthinkable actions will shatter her life. What was her role in it? Did she resent her son since birth? What could she have done to help him? This is a fearless film that will provoke and enthral audiences in equal measure, raising questions of guilt, regret and loss. At the heart of the story is an eerie portrait of the idea of nature vs nurture, and a bold look at the alienation of parenthood. Chilling but absolutely captivating, We Need To Talk Kevin is directed by visionary filmmaker Lynne Ramsay (Morvern Callar, Ratcatcher), who constructs a mesmerizing, intimate piece of cinema.

Wed 13th & Tues 26th June 12.30pm & 7.30pm www.hawkinstheatre.co.nz

In Advance: Adults $8 Concessions $6 On Door: Adults $11 Concessions $9 15


Theatre July

South Auckland Performing Arts The South Auckland Performing Arts Competitions Festival is a major event on the Region’s arts calendar. It is one of the biggest festivals run under the umbrella of the Performing Arts Competitions Association of New Zealand. Piano competions 3rd & 4th July Instrumental 20th to 22nd July

Tues 3rd, Wed 4th, Fri 20th to Sun 22nd July Times vary

Tickets: Adults $5 per session, Children & Seniors Gold Coin donation

Little Red

Great South Ballet Academy Great South Ballet Academy presents Little Red and her adventures through the meadow, across the bridge and all the way to Grandma’s house. Showing the talents of the junior school only, a show for the whole family!

Fri 6th July 2pm

Tickets will be available to purchase from the studio, contact Sarala for more information email gsbacademy@gmail.com or call 09 269 3661

Counties Old Time Open Day Papakura Country Music Club

The Papakura Country Music Club gets together for a great day of pre 1970 country music which will feature guest art Melissa O’Connell along with supporting artist Chet O’Connell.

Sun 8th July

For ticket information contact Barbara or Allen 09 267 0922

10am to 4pm

Triumph

Auckland Youth Orchestra Conductor Autun Poljanich with Isabella Moore, Elisha Fai-Hulton, Amitai Pati, Anthony Schneider, and the Auckland Youth Choir. AYO presents in association with the Auckland Youth Choir, Beethoven’s monumental Choral Symphony (No.9) This symphony was the benchmark for the playing time of a compact disc.

Sat 14th July 7.30pm 16

Tickets available at the door for more information go to www.ayo.org.nz www.hawkinstheatre.co.nz


July / August

Theatre Men In Tutus

Retfar Entertainment Les Ballets Eloelle are bringing their new production of Men In Tutus - the most sectacular, talented and hilarious all-male comedy ballet ever back to New Zealand. From the thrilling pirouettes of the male dancers with brilliant choreography to the side splitting humour, Les Ballets Eloelle new show Men In Tutus is a show designed for the young and old. Mon 16th July Adults $86.90, Concessions $79.90, 8pm Child $59.90

Great Hits of the 60’s and 70’s Operatunity Entertainment

Thurs 19th July 11am

Complete with band, this concert showcases hits of the 60’s and 70’s made famous by the Beatles, Peter, Paul and Mary, The Carpenters, John Denver, Neil Diamond, Roger Whittaker, Barbara Streisand, Nana Mouskouri and so many other great artists, with special guest artist, ’Mr Rock and Roll’ - Tom Sharplin. Tickets: $30 (includes lunch with the artists) Call 0508 266 237 or log on to www.operatunity.co.nz

Fiddler On The Roof Rosehill College

The story centres on Tevye, the father of five daughters, and his attempts to maintain his family and Jewish religious traditions while outside influences encroach upon their lives. He must cope with both the strong-willed actions of his three older daughters—each one’s choice of husband moves further away from the customs of his faith—and with the edict of the Tsar that evicts the Jews from their village.

Tues 31st July to Sat 4th August 7.30pm

Tickets: Adults $15 Students $12 available from Rosehill College

Annual Productions Sancta Maria College

First night - Year 11 production Second night - Year 12’s are performing The Pohutukawa Tree by Bruce Mason Final Evening - Year 13’s are directing and producing an evening of the Brother Grimm’s Fairytales

Wed 8th to Fri 10th August Time TBC 18

Tickets $5 available at the door or from the Sancta Maria school www.hawkinstheatre.co.nz


Rating: PG

Journey   Soy PAUL thomas LEWIS

ANGELA FRANKLYN-LEWIS

Films July

Journey Of A Story

BILL LEATHWICK

JAMES CROMPTON

Journey of a Story is a unique, New Zealand feature film. Set in the present and also the decade around World War II, it follows the story of soldier William Brown and his struggle to cope in an environment very different from the one he left behind. The film is dedicated to the filmmaker’s father and grandfather, and is a tribute to the generation of Kiwi families that struggled in the FROM DARKNESS CAME DESTINY aftermath of WWII. Mon 9th & Tues 17th July In Advance: Adults $8 Concessions $6 12.30pm & 7.30pm On Door: Adults $11 Concessions $9

Bill Cunningham: New York

Rating: PG www.joasthemovie.com www.facebook.com/JOASTheMovie The ‘Bill’ in question is 80+ New York Times photographer Bill Cunningham. For decades, this Schwinn-riding cultural anthropologist has been obsessively & inventively chronicling fashion trends and high society charity soirées for the Times Style section in his columns “On the Street” and “Evening Hours.” Documenting uptown fixtures (Wintour, Tom Wolfe, Brooke Astor, David Rockefeller—who all appear in the film out of their love for Bill), downtown eccentrics and everyone in between, Cunningham’s enormous body of work is more reliable than any catwalk as an expression of time, place and individual flair.

Wed 11th & Mon 23rd July 12.30pm & 7.30pm

In Advance: Adults $8 Concessions $6 On Door: Adults $11 Concessions $9

Shihad: Beautiful Machine

Rating: M A film about four friends that almost took the biggest industry in the world by storm.

For over 20 years, Shihad has defined New Zealand rock music. From their roots in Wellington’s furious 90s punk metal scene, to the wild Berlin days, the tragic overdose of their manager, the international explosion of The General Electric, and the infamous American name-change, Shihad: Beautiful Machine asks – what went wrong?

Fri 13th July 12.30pm & 7.30pm www.hawkinstheatre.co.nz

In Advance: Adults $8 Concessions $6 On Door: Adults $11 Concessions $9 19


Theatre August

Pet

Laura Davies ‘Sometimes the biggest thing in our way is what we can see, but cannot feel, not with out hands, but our hearts’. Following a mentally ill teenage girl with her struggle to understand why her mind is ‘cold’, she battles with crazy theories from fellow patients, run away thoughts and ideas, and deciding how to help the people she loves understand her. Fresh from the mind of Laura Davies, Pet is a deep and creative piece about finding a way out..... Adults $20, Students $15 Tues 14th & Thurs 16th August Tickets available at Paperpower or call 09 298 5280 7.30pm

Steam Trains and Daydreams Majors ‘n’ Minors

This year’s Majors ‘n’ Minors costumed family concert features group vocal and instrumental items from children as young as 3 years and through to older teens. This annual event from an award-winning studio is always a great success and 2012 will be no exception! Tickets can be obtained from the studio (09) 238 5861, Sun 19th August John Walker Music Papakura (09) 299 8827 or the Pukekohe iSite 238 4081. 2.30pm

Talent Quest Rosehill College An assortment of dance, song, comedy and art makes up the entertaining night of talent by the students of Rosehill College. Celebrity judges are to decide who will be crowned 2012’s Talent Quest winner.

Thurs 23rd August Time TBC

Tickets: $10 available from Rosehill College

Laugh Out Loud - Papakura Papakura’s very own comedy club brings a whole host of laughs with 4 top comedians from the Auckland circuit, and hosted by Billy T James Award winning comedian, Mike Loder. This months comedians are Simon McKinney, Jarred Fell, Terry Williams and Michele A’Court. For 18+.

Sat 25th August 8pm www.hawkinstheatre.co.nz

In Advance: All tickets $10 On Door: All tickets $20 21


Films August

Sing Your Song

Rating: M

Sing Your Song is the result of a confluence of many events, things as diverse as the passing of Marlon Brando, a look back at the lives of many other unsung heroes in the fight for justice as well as the faithful love (and gentle nagging) of two daughters. Like Brando, there are many public figures who are not known, primarily, for their activism, their compassion and their dedication to human rights. Harry Belafonte is one of them. Sing Your Song is an up close look at a great American, Harry Belafonte. A patriot to the last and a champion for worldwide human rights, Belafonte is one of the truly heroic cultural and political figures of the past 60 years. Told from Harry’s point of view, the film charts his life from a boy born in New York and raised in Jamaica, who returns to Harlem in his early teens where he discovers the magic of performing. From Harlem to Mississippi to Africa and South Central Los Angeles, Sing Your Song takes you on a journey through Harry Belafonte’s life, work and most of all, his conscience, as it inspires us all to action!

Tues 7th & Mon 27th August 12.30pm & 7.30pm

Tortoise In Love

In Advance: Adults $8 Concessions $6 On Door: Adults $11 Concessions $9 Rating: PG

What’s the Story? Tom, gardener at the big house, is not a fast mover with women. In fact he’s glacially slow. When beautiful Polish au pair Anya arrives for the summer, Tom falls for her catastrophically like the felling of one of the giant trees he cares for in the manicured grounds. Tom’s adviser in matters of the heart is young Harry, abandoned by the rich owners of the house to run wild in the gardens. Harry’s secret wish is for the Red Arrows to appear at the village fair: Tom’s is to win the heart of Anya. Both seem impossible dreams until the whole village decides to lend a hand. The film stars the breakthrough talents of Tom Mitchelson and Alice Zawadzki supported by a top quality ensemble cast including Stephen Elder from The 39 Steps, Ivan Kaye from The Green Green Grass and Lesley Staples one of the original Calendar Girls.

Mon 13th & Tues 21st August 12.30pm & 7.30pm www.hawkinstheatre.co.nz

In Advance: Adults $8 Concessions $6 On Door: Adults $11 Concessions $9 23


Films August

The Bang Bang Club

Rating: R16

The Bang Bang Club is the real life story of a group of four young combat photographers Greg Marinovich, Joao Silva, Kevin Carter and Ken Oosterbroek Bonded by friendship and their sense of purpose to tell the truth. They risked their lives to tell the world of the brutality and violence associated with the first free elections in post Apartheid South Africa in the early 90s. This intense political period brought out their best work (two won Pulitzers) but cost them a heavy price. The film, based on the book of the same name by Marinovich and Silva, tells the remarkable and sometimes harrowing story of these young men - and the extraordinary extremes they went to in order to capture their pictures. The film stars Ryan Phillippe, Malin Akerman and Taylor Kitsch and explores the thrill, danger and moral questions associated with exposing the truth.

Fri 17th & Tues 28th August 12.30pm & 7.30pm

In Advance: Adults $8 Concessions $6 On Door: Adults $11 Concessions $9

Rating: M Starbuck An audience favourite at the 2011 Toronto International Film Festival, Starbuck focuses on David Wozniak, a lovable, middle-aged man who’s a bit of a train-wreck. A disappointment to his family and his pregnant girlfriend Valerie – he also owes a decent amount of money to some loan sharks. Yet things are about to get even worse. His life is upended when a lawyer informs him he’s fathered no less than 533 children via his regular sperm bank donations more than two decades earlier, under the nickname Starbuck. And now a hundred or so of the young-adult offspring have gotten together to take legal action to reveal the true identity of their father. What sounds like an outlandish premise turns into a sparkling crowd-pleaser. With an immensely likeable main character, and a poignant comedy script that goes in unexpected directions, Starbuck is a charming, smart, funny and tender film that speaks volumes about what it means to be a family. In French with English subtitles. In Advance: Adults $8 Concessions $6 Mon 20th & Thurs 30th August On Door: Adults $11 Concessions $9 12.30pm & 7.30pm www.hawkinstheatre.co.nz

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Information

About Us

Private Bag 7 Papakura 2244 13 Ray Small Drive Papakura 2110 Tel: (09) 297 7712 Fax: (09) 297 7713 www.hawkinstheatre.co.nz Venue Information Hawkins Theatre - Papakura is available for hire. Our website www.hawkinstheatre.co.nz contains detailed information about the venue including venue specifications, technical information and specifications. Simply register online and you will be able to download a variety of documents to assist you. The Hawkins Theatre - Papakura is accessible by wheelchair and provides a hearingaid loop.

Car Parking There is ample free parking available at the rear of the theatre and in the nearby streets. Enter the car park via the driveway adjacent to the theatre on Ray Small Drive.

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At A Glance

Showcase - DAPASI / Norris Studios Showcase - DAPASI / Norris Studios Hawkins Youth Theatre Company The Hunter (M) Margin Call (M) Comedy Festival - Laugh Out Loud Buck (PG) The Most Fun You Can Have Dying (R16) Hawkins Youth Theatre Company The Hunter (M) Disco Inferno - Strathallan College Do Or Di? Margin Call (M) Buck (PG) The Most Fun You Can Have Dying (R16) Hawkins Youth Theatre Company Viva Italia - Operatunity

7.30pm 2.30pm & 7.30pm 3.30pm & 5.30pm 12.30pm & 7.30pm 12.30pm & 7.30pm 8pm 12.30pm & 7.30pm 12.30pm & 7.30pm 3.30pm & 5.30pm 12.30pm & 7.30pm 7.30pm 2.30pm 12.30pm & 7.30pm 12.30pm & 7.30pm 12.30pm & 7.30pm 3.30pm & 5.30pm 11am

J U N E

Sat 2nd & Sun 3rd Tues 5th Thurs 7th Fri 8th Wed 13th Wed 13th Fri 15th Mon 18th Tues 19th Wed 20 th Fri 22nd Sat 23rd Mon 25th Tues 26th Wed 27th Fri 29 th

Dance Competitions - Papakura Performing Arts The End Of The Line (G) Good For Nothing (R13) Spud (M) We Need To Talk About Kevin (R16) Hawkins Youth Theatre Company Peter Pan - Ramarama Primary School The End Of The Line (G) Spud (M) Hawkins Youth Theatre Company An Evening With Eels - Auckland Council Laugh Out Loud - Papakura Good For Nothing (R13) We Need To Talk About Kevin (R16) Hawkins Youth Theatre Company Soul Food - Kelvin Cruickshank

times vary 12.30pm & 7.30pm 12.30pm & 7.30pm 12.30pm & 7.30pm 12.30pm & 7.30pm 3.30pm & 5.30pm 12.30pm & 6.30pm 12.30pm & 7.30pm 12.30pm & 7.30pm 3.30pm & 5.30pm 6.30pm 8pm 12.30pm & 7.30pm 12.30pm & 7.30pm 3.30pm & 5.30pm 7pm

J U L Y

Tues 3rd & Wed 4th Fri 6th Mon 9th Wed 11th Wed 11th Fri 13th Sat 12th Mon 14th Tues 17th Wed 18th Thurs 19 th Fri 20 th - Sun 22nd Mon 23rd Wed 25th Tues 31st

Competitions - South Auckland Performing Arts Soc. Little Red - Great South Ballet Academy Jouney Of A Story (PG) Bill Cunningham: New York (PG) Hawkins Youth Theatre Company Shihad: Beautiful Machine (M) Triumph - Auckland Youth Orchestra Men In Tutus Jouney Of A Story (PG) Hawkins Youth Theatre Company Great Hits Of The 60’s & 70’s - Operatunity Competitions - South Auckland Performing Arts Soc. Bill Cunningham: New York (PG) Hawkins Youth Theatre Company Fiddler On The Roof - Rosehill College

times vary 2pm 12.30pm & 7.30pm 12.30pm & 7.30pm 3.30pm & 5.30pm 12.30pm & 7.30pm 7.30pm 8pm 12.30pm & 7.30pm 3.30pm & 5.30pm 11am times vary 12.30pm & 7.30pm 3.30pm & 5.30pm 7.30pm

Wed 1st - Sat 4th Tues 7th Wed 8th - Fri 10 th Wed 8th Mon 13th Tues 14th & Thurs 16th Wed 15th Fri 17th Sun 19th Mon 20 th Tues 21st Wed 22nd Thurs 23rd Sat 25th Mon 27th Tues 28th Wed 29th Thurs 30 th

Fiddler On The Roof - Rosehill College Sing Your Song (M) Productions - Sancta Maria College Hawkins Youth Theatre Company (alt venue) Tortoise In Love (PG) Pet Hawkins Youth Theatre Company The Bang Bang Club (R16) Steam Trains and Daydreams - Majors ‘n’ Minors Starbuck (M) Tortoise In Love (PG) Hawkins Youth Theatre Company Talent Quest - Rosehill College Laugh Out Loud - Papakura Sing Your Song (M) The Bang Bang Club (R16) Hawkins Youth Theatre Company Starbuck (M)

7.30pm 12.30pm & 7.30pm time tbc 3.30pm & 5.30pm 12.30pm & 7.30pm 7.30pm 3.30pm & 5.30pm 12.30pm & 7.30pm 2.30pm 12.30pm & 7.30pm 12.30pm & 7.30pm 3.30pm & 5.30pm time tbc 8pm 12.30pm & 7.30pm 12.30pm & 7.30pm 3.30pm & 5.30pm 12.30pm & 7.30pm

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www.hawkinstheatre.co.nz

Diary

Wed 2nd - Fri 4th Sat 5th & Sun 6th Wed 9th Thurs 10 th Fri 11th Sat 12th Mon 14th Tues 15th Wed 16th Fri 18th Thurs 24th - Sat 26th Sun 27th Mon 28th Tues 29th Wed 30 th Wed 30 th Thurs 31st

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Papakura’s Comedy Club

hosted by

Mike Loder

Sat 12th May 8pm

Part of

Mark Scott

TM Bishop

Aaron Fig Beard

Jeremy Elwood

Tickets: Adults $16, Concessions $11, Groups 8+ $13

Sat 23rd Jun 8pm

Tavita Manukia

Andrew Clay

Simon McKinney

Jarred Fell

Sat 25th Aug

Justine Smith

Ed Caruther s

8pm

Terry William s Tickets to each show $10 (in advance) $20 (on door) Please Note: Line-up correct at time of going to press, subject to change without notice

Michelle A’Court


Hawkins Theatre Events Guide Autumn Winter 2012