Tickets available online

Acting classes for all ages.

Please contact Lucinda Peterken on 372-2770 or 0211-900-291.

If you are interested in taking part in the theatre then send us an email.

We are planning a range of activities from putting on full plays, to play-readings. You may want to act, or direct, or write a play, or you may want to help behind the scenes with scenery, lighting or costumes. No experience necessary.

Just send us an email and we will keep you informed

Hollowmen EP Release Party

September
Sat 27th: 7:30pm

The Hollowmen have recorded five tracks of blistering garage punk. Recorded, mixed, and mastered in the West Auckland studio "The Dank", the EP captures the band's live energy. And to celebrate the release of the EP, The Hollowmen will play with friends Sedan (Ian Simpson and band), Last Rockers (playing punk and metal classics) and Frankie Hill at Artworks on Saturday the 27th of September. The EP will be available at the show as a CD.

ARTWORKS THEATRE
2 KORORA ROAD, ONEROA, WAIHEKE (behind library)

Doors and cafe open at 7pm: music starts at 7:30pm.

Tickets: $15
Door sales only

Acting Up: Artworks Youth Theatre School Holiday Programme

Monday 29 Sep - Friday 3 Oct
10am - 4pm weekdays

Acting Up is an exciting intro to theatre for young people on Waiheke Island. A 5-day workshop-style holiday program with several guest tutors. Content covers movement, devising, text work, voice, basic acting technique and mask. This course is a must for anyone looking to flex their imagination muscles!!!

Acting Up kicks off on the 29th of September at Artworks Community Theatre!!! Suitable for ages 5-18 years, but numbers are limited--15 maximum--so book now! Monday to Friday from 10am-4pm.

ARTWORKS THEATRE
2 KORORA ROAD, ONEROA, WAIHEKE (behind library)

Cost is $115 for the full five days (scholarship available)

For more information, or to book email: Renee@ArtworksTheatre.org.nz or purchase online

By Trimaran from England

October
Fri 3rd: 7pm

In the 1960s, young Englishman Bernard Rhodes, dissatisfied with the prospect of a future in the rat race, designed and built himself a trimaran in his spare time. After finishing his apprenticeship, he retired and set sail for the West Indies...

Bernard will narrate this slide show, taking you on a journey that began as he set sail for the West Indies--through storms and near-capsize, record breaking transit and stranding. High adventure and idyllic cruising to beautiful islands in tropical seas, all on a shoestring...

A slide show never before seen on Waiheke!

A fundraiser for the restoration of the historic trading cutter "Kate"; a project to provide a Sail Training Ship for the young people of Waiheke.

ARTWORKS THEATRE
2 KORORA ROAD, ONEROA, WAIHEKE (behind library)

Tickets $25 ($20 seniors) may be purchased online from www.EventFinder.co.nz

Doors and cafe open at 6:30: raffles available.