Northern News : November 9th 2011
19 NORTHERN NEWS, NOVEMBER 9, 2011 NEWS CENSOR'S CLASSIFICATIONS UNRESTRICTED FILMS: RESTRICTED FILMS: G PG Approved for General Exhibition Parental Guidance recommended for younger viewers M Suitable for mature audiences 16 years & over RP (AGE) Restricted to persons over the specified age unless accompanied by parent/guardian e.g. RP13, RP16 R (AGE) Restricted to person over specified age e.g. R13, R15, R16, R18 CINEMAS MAY REQUEST PROOF OF AGE ID FOR RESTRICTED FILMS Don't Miss... The Max Factor 3.30pm, Sunday 13th November at the Turner Centre $30 Adults; $25 Sen Citz/Groups 4+ Ph: 09-407-0260 www.centakeri.com ........................ 70 minutes of light-hearted words, music and occasional irreverence, from Max Cryer and pianist Kim Naden. ........................ "He has a natural gravitas and theatricality that oozes charm and can carry off a tune or phrase beautifully..." 4076135AA The Turner Centre presents: The Nukes Saturday, 19th November, 7.30pm Downstairs at the Turner Centre, Kerikeri $28 Adults; $25 Sen Citz/ Students/Groups 6+ BOOK TODAY! Ph: 09-407-0260, www.centakeri.com Plus Ukulele workshop 3.00pm ($5.00 ea) .................................. "High entertainment with three very different songwriters meshing together with humour, pathos and kiwiana" Karyn Hay .................................. "The Nukes are at the forefront of a burgeoning ukulele fiesta.... The Nukes know how to create a buoyant live atmosphere" Mike Chunn .................................. GREAT WINE GREAT FOOD GREAT ATMOSPHERE SUPPORTING OUR COMMUNITY SATURDAY 12th November 10am -- 4pm A look into the Land Art of Chris Booth -- lectures 11am and 2pm SHINGLE BOB (Funky Ja zz & Blues) from 12pm SUNDAY 13th November 10am - 4pm THE LOCALS (3pc Covers Band) from 12pm Bouncy castle and face painting for the kids "SCULPTURES ON DISPLAY THROUGHOUT THE WEEKEND" OPEN TO THE PUBLIC -- GOLD COIN ENTRY GREAT DAY FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY Ivana Wines -- Brajkovich Vineyard -- Guy Rd, Kaikohe 27 Hobson Ave - Ph 09 407 4428 BOOKINGS NOW OPEN Full programmes now available from CathyCinemasandonlineat www.cathaycinemas.co.nz THURSDAY 10 NOVEMBER ROMANTICS ANONYMOUS 5.30 pm M cert FIRE IN BABYLON 8.00 pm FRIDAY 11 NOVEMBER HOMEGROWN 5.30 pm M offensive language, violence, sex scenes, content may disturb ANOTHER EARTH 8.00 pm M violence, sex scenes SATURDAY 12 NOVEMBER A CAT IN PARIS 12.00 pm PG violence BROTHER NUMBER ONE 2.00 pm ROMANTICS ANONYMOUS 5.30 pm M cert BEGINNERS 8.00pm M offensive langauge, sexual references SUNDAY 13 NOVEMBER JIG 12.00 pm THE FIRST GRADER 2.30 pm M violence, offensive language JIRO DREAMS OF SUSHI 5.00 pm TUESDAY 15 NOVEMBER GUILTY PLEASURES 5.30 pm HOW MUCH DOES YOUR BUILDING WEIGH, MR FOSTER? 8.00pm WEDNESDAY 16 NOVEMBER BEGINNERS 2.00 pm M offensive langauge, sexual references BEING ELMO: A PUPPETEER'S JOURNEY 5.30 pm PAGE ONE: INSIDE THE NEW YORK TIMES 8.00pm SCREENINGS THIS WEEK TE AHU CINEMA Corner Church & South Roads, KAITAIA Ph (09) 408 0519 art ups tairs presents cloak New Works by Wendy Galbraith Brenda Moir Jan Beck Brenda Welch Joan Honeyfeld www.artupstairs.org.nz 22 Mill Lane, Kerikeri Opens Friday 11 Nov 2011, 5-7pm Guest Artsts Michael Netmann Mieke Apps Kay McGowan Mary McKay Sandra Thompson Exhibiton open 11 Nov through 3 Dec 2011 10am to 4pm weekdays late Thurs (7pm) for summer Always ring cinema for day to day ses sion times THEATRE: 09 401 2398 23 RAIHARA ST, KAIKOHE Visit www.nzcinema.co.nz or www.flicks.co.nz for movie details JOHNNY ENGLISH REBORN (PG) Thurs 10th 7.45pm. Fri 11th 5.45pm. Sat 12th 5.30pm, 7.45pm. Sun 13th 1.15pm. THE THREE MUSKETEERS (M) Thurs 10th 7.30pm. Fri 11th 7.45pm. Sat 12th 1pm, 5.15pm. Sun 13th 3.30pm. REAL STEEL (M) Fri 11th 7.30pm. Sun 13th 5.30pm THE SMURFS (PG) Fri 11th 5.30pm. Sat 12th 1.15pm. Sun 13th 3.15pm. JANE EYRE (M) Thurs 10th 1pm. Fri 11th 1pm. Sun 13th 1pm. ABDUCTION (PG) Thurs 10th 1.30pm. Fri 11th 1.30pm. Sat 12th 8pm. Sun 13th 5.45pm Dancers a crowd pleaser Dance spectacular: Kaitaia College senior dancers 'flying to Rio' Kaitaia College's entertainment evening last week featured puppet theatre, performing Maori myths, extracts from Shakespeare and fantastic dance routines. Dance is a strong strand in the school and this was reflected in the year 10 integrated arts students who had created masks and danced their work called Essence with a great sense of flair. Year 11 dance students choreographed a lively piece that entertained the crowd called School Dayz. The grand finale of the night was senior dances who wowed the audience with a piece that was titled Fly to Rio, a samba.
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