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Pantomime a work of collective genuis, playwright says

Composed by Tony Watling 11th. Nov. 2015

POOLS OF SATISFACTION Our summer pools were built by us. Blends in well did cause no fuss. With hydro slide will cause a splash. And to it many people dash. Through native bush we twist and wiggle. From the children brings a giggle. Severn days a week the place is open. Hot summer days we all are hopen!

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Trades and Servicesto the eastThe festive spirit is returning ern suburbs with the Kilbirnie Lyall Bay FOR ALL ELECTRICAL repairs and Community Centre putting on its annual Christmasbyparty next month. installations top-qualifi ed electrician with Centre co-ordinator Smyth record of over fifty years ofBeryl giving localssays the anyone is welcome to attend - “the more lowest “around-the-clock” just the cost merrier” - with the only service, requirement phone 977-8787 or 021-0717-674 or email being a wrapped gift of up to $5 in value for distribution when Santa Claus pays a visit. jack.powell@outlook.com The programme will feature performances by the Situation Assembly of God Youth Group, Vacant children of the Niuean community, pianist Gwen Neil and carol singing.

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Santa will then dish out the presents, Large Bags $13tea. followed byKindling afternoon Large Bags MP Dry Pine/ Rongotai Paul Eagle will compere $14eastern ward councillors hardwood the event,mix with Sarah Free, Chris Calvi-Freeman and Free Delivery in Wainui Simon Marsh expected to attend. Long-serving Wellington identity Ruth Gottlieb might also turn up, Beryl adds.

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51. J.K. Wellington playwright Pinky Agnew is proud of the pantomime she and co-writer Rowling 7.00pm Lorae Parry have created. PHOTO: Jamie Adams chose the Monday 30th November unusual By Jamie Adams charactersAt such “Winston Tweeters” and theasClubrooms name the “Lost Boys” - Peter and Hone. For Pinky Agnew, the success of the plays ‘Hermione’ “The cast bring their ideas to it too. All Corner of Main Road sheyoung has written can only succeed with the ideas feed into the humour of the play.” so and Moohan Streets, Wainuiomata collaboration of very talented people. Pinky praises director Susan Wilson as girls Her latest play, Peter Pan The Pantoabsolutely brilliant, musical director Miwouldn’t mime, co-written with Lorae Parry, is chael Williams has been wonderful the way be teased certainly he’s made music work, giving it energy. Bringing local news for beingno exception. While the pair have written six shows, this “She’s directed all the pantos. nerdy! to the communityHow she is their first pantomime, which proved to be transformed the set from a pirate ship to a something they weren’t used to. Wendy House was amazing.” “Our speciality is political satire and so Pinky is also impressed by the physicality Situation Vacant for us, writing for a mixed audience and of the actors. having to have those layers of humour for “The dancing, jumping - their stamina everyone was a real challenge,” Pinky says. is amazing. The play features New Zealand and “What has impressed me the most is the Wellington political references and puns dedication and commitment and work ethic that would have audiences laughing as well of people involved in theatre. as groaning. “There’s never a problem they can’t solve, There is also innuendo, which Pinky they work so hard, learn all their lines, acknowledges can be fraught in a show that dances, they make it appear effortless.” caters to young children. While Pinky is used to theatre critics, “It always has to be a little risqué but it she believes the most important ones in a goes over their heads.” show like this are the children who sit in Deliverers She says Gavin Rutherford, who playsRequired the first row. in the dame Katie Pie, does “really well” “There were some hyperactive children 1: Momona, Mohaka, Kaponga. in Area his the ability to generate audience andKawatiri I didn’t know if- they would sit through participation. it. I watched these kids throughout and they “You have got the cast of Peter Pan char- just loved it.” acters but we take them to another level.” That includes having “Xena-Lily” as Tiger  Peter Pan the Pantommine continues its accounts@wsn.co.nz Lily and introducing politically-inspired run at Circa Theatre until December 23.

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Police have arrested a 26-year-old man in relation to the shooting of a taxi driver in Miramar early on Sunday morning. The man was located at a Strathmore address and has been N charged with wounding with intent to cause grievous bodily harm. He was scheduled to appear in Wellington District Court yesterday. “This is a good result and should provide

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