Feilding Herald : June 21st 2012
31 THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 2012 4672897AA TORTOISE IN LOVE (PG) Sexual ref 81mins Romantic Comedy Tom, gardener at the big house, can talk to plants but not to women. When beautiful Polish au pair Anya arrives for the summer, Tom falls for her catastrophically. Thurs 21 June 12.30pm & 8.30pm, Fri 22 June 12.30pm, 4.30pm & 6.30pm, Sat 23 June 2.30pm, 6pm & 8.30pm, Sun 24 June 2.30pm & 6.45pm, Mon 25 June 10.30am, 2.30pm & 6pm, Tues 26 June 10.30am & 2.30pm, Wed 27 June 12.30pm, 6.30pm & 8.30pm. THE WELL DIGGERS DAUGHTER (PG) 107 mins Drama/Romance A father, in pre-World War I France, is torn between his sense of honor and his deep love for his saintly daughter when she gets in trouble with the wealthy son of a shopkeeper. Thurs 21 June 2pm & 6pm, Fri 22 June 4pm & 8pm, Sat 23 June 8pm, Sun 24 June 6.15pm, Mon 25 June 4pm, Tues 26 June 2pm, Wed 27 June 2pm & 8pm. A ROYAL AFFAIR (M) Violence and Sex Scenes 137 mins Drama/History/Romance ** Sneak Previews** A young queen, who is married to an insane king, falls secretly in love with her physician - and together they start a revolution that changes a nation forever. Sat 23 June 4.30pm, Sun 24 June 4.15pm. LA HAVRE (G) 93mins Comedy/Drama Subtitled A warm hearted portrait of a French harbour city where an African boy arrives by cargo ship. An aging shoe shiner takes pity on the child and welcomes him into his home. Fri 22 June 12pm & 6pm, Sat 23 June 4.15pm, Sun 24 June 2pm, Tues 26 June 4pm, Wed 27 June 12pm & 6.15pm. TRISHNA (R16) 108 mins Drama The story of the tragic relationship between the son of a property developer and the daughter of an auto rickshaw owner. Thurs 21 June 4.30pm, Fri 22 June 2pm, Sun 24 June 4pm, Mon 25 June 4.30pm, We 27 June 4pm. LAST WILL (M) contains violence and offensive language 92 mins (subtitled) Scandinavian crime flm. Thurs 21 June 4pm & 8pm, Fri 22 June 2.30pm, Sat 23 June 2pm, Mon 25 June 10.45am & 2pm. MARGIN CALL (M) Contains offensive language 107 mins Drama Based in 2008 drama following the global fnancial crash. Thurs 21 June 2.30pm, Fri 22 June 8.30pm, Sat 23 June 6.50pm, Mon 25 June 12.30pm. SPUD(M) Contains sexual references 103 mins Comedy Thurs 21 June 12pm & 6.30pm, Sat 23 June 12.30pm, Sun 24 June 12.30pm, Tues 26 June 10.45am & 12.30pm, Wed 27 June 4.30pm. 4642706AA Your Boutique Cinema and Café Experience MovieMealDeal Movie and a meal for only $30!! Applies to any movie after 5pm. Bookings Recommended. Some conditions apply Film classi cation symbols Unrestricted lms: G Approved for general exhibition PG Parental Guidance recommended for younger viewers M Suitable for mature audiences 16 years and over Restricted lms RP(age) Restricted to persons over the speci ed age unless accompanied by parent/guardian e.g. RP13, RP15 R(age) Restricted to persons over speci ed age e.g. R13, R16, R18 Cinemas may request proof of age ID for restricted lms www.focalpointcinema.co.nz 81 Manchester St, Feilding • t: 323 0218 *SENIORS MORNINGS* free morning tea with ticket purchase* Mon 25 June 10.30am Tortoise in Love, 10.45am Last Will, Tues 26 June 10.30am Tortoise in Love, 10.45am Spud 4672920AA The Last Night of the Proms A Queen's Diamond Jubilee Celebration Over 100 performers in a spectacular evening of entertainment Featuring THE CENTRAL BAND OF THE ROYAL NEW ZEALAND AIRFORCE Conductor and Compere: Squadron Leader Owen Clarke SOPRANO JENNIFER LITTLE ALLAN WRIGHT, Central Band Vocalist MANAWATU OVERTONES BAGPIPER MURRAY MANSFIELD MATHEW KARTON, Scottish Dancer Directed by Pat Snoxell FEILDING CIVIC CENTRE SATURDAY JULY 28 AT 6PM Bookings at Feilding Information Centre, Regent on Broadway and all Ticket Direct Outlets. Prices: Adults, $38.00. Senior Citizens and Parties of 10 and over, $35.00. Children $15.00 (Booking Fees may apply) GENERAL ADMISSION A Pan Pacific Production 4668938AA Wed 11 July 6pm Lime Rock winery from Hawke's Bay 8 wines to try Plus 5 course meal $48 per person Early Bookings essential Bring this advertisement in with you and receive 10% off Barter Card accepted 56 Manchester St, Feilding Ph 06 323 1106 fax 06 323 1160 Email: email@example.com Web: www.sagecafe.co.nz we are open 7 days a week Mon 8am-5pm Tues, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun. 8am-late Wine Tasting is back Door sales only $5 adult, $2 children $10 family 10am to 5pm Sunday 24th June Civic Centre Concert Chamber 4635167AA Feilding Brass Presents Feilding's 19th Festival of Bands Taking drama into the bar PARTY WITH THE AUNTIES Director/producer: Erina Daniels Co-producers: Te Puanga Whakaari Reviewed by Sandra Crosbie Artistic directors Karla Crofts and Reihana Haronga are obvi- ously passionate about drama and Feilding. The couple's production com- pany Te Puanga Whakaari was appreciated by the audiences who were privileged to enjoy the three evenings of Party with the Aunties. The company had the idea to bring professional theatre to rural Manawatu, so locals did not have to travel to the cities to enjoy quality theatre. Their choice of a laugh-out- loud comedy with glorious and familiar Kiwi characters set in the Denbigh Hotel was ingenious. Taking down the barriers of theatre doors and letting your guests enjoy the social atmos- phere of a pub while enjoying superb theatre engaged the audience throughout. Party with the Aunties is a comedy about Angus' 50th birthday. By the end of the per- formance the audience all felt like they had really been to a party. Laughter, song, a few drinks and some good stories -- what better party can you have? The cast featured profes- sional actors Jamie McCaskill, Matariki Whatarau and Kura Forrester, who each played several characters and quickly jumped between them, never losing the audience or requiring a set or props (apart from a didgeridoo and a few bottles of beer). The trio have been involved in the New Zealand Inter- national Arts Festival, and appeared in the Atamira season of New Zealand theatre on Maori Television. I want to say Encore'' -- bring it back so others can enjoy it. And thank you for bringing such quality theatre to Feilding. Duo's concert to take flight on winds of song Melodic duo: Organist Roy Tankersley and Soprano Soo Young Park outside St John Church, Feilding, where they will present a concert On Winds of Song. Photo: SUPPLIED A variety concert, on Sunday July 1, will be presented by soprano Soo Young Park and Roy Tankersley, patron of the Lawton organ at St John's Anglican Church. The pipe organ at St John's is a heri- tage instrument and is being kept in the public eye with the support of its curator, Bruce Stern. More than 40 years ago, as a teenager, Roy used to bike across town to practise on this organ from 5.30am till 7am at least four mornings a week, so for him this organ is very special. As a duo, Roy Tankersley and Soo Young Park present concerts in churches locally and in nearby provinces. Roy's programme selection includes a variety of preludes, such as a modern Prelude in Classical Style by Gordon Young, a prelude by the French com- poser Gabriel Pierne and four miniatures by Bach's most talented pupil, Johann Krebs. The organ's digital interface will be put to good use in a medley of numbers from Jesus Christ Superstar. Soo Young Park will sing Andrew Lloyd Webber's Pie Jesu and Cesar Franck's Panis Angelicus and a won- derful interpretation of a section of St Paul's letter to the Corinthians by Gabriel Faure. Entry is by programme available at the door. Inquiries to Bruce Stern on 323 7173.
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