Manukau Courier : March 4th 2011
5 MANUKAU COURIER, MARCH 4, 2011 NEWS * Off recommended retail price. Bikes may have been advertised and sold below retail from time to time. Normal Opening Hours Mon Fri 9:00am 5:30pm Sat 9:00am 5:00pm. Sun 10:00am 5:00pm BIKE BARN OUTLET STORE 9 Ronwood Ave, Manukau Phone 09 551 0963 19A Ronwood Ave Manukau Tel 09 262 0979 PAINT CLEARANCE SALE PAINT CLEARANCE SALE While Stocks Last FREE Curtain Making Conditions apply GUTHRIE BOWRON PAINT 10L(Made by Dulux) DULUX PREMIUM PAINTS 10L of 101 and X10 ZAMIX Paint (Interior & Exterior) (Tinting Extra) $99.00 $149.99 $20 $50 From 1L 4L Find out more: For free booking or for more information, please contact the Auckland Council call centre on 09 301 0101 or email email@example.com or visit www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz Beach Day Local & Sports Parks South 11am-2pm, SATURDAY, 5 MARCH 2011 Maraetai Park, Maraetai Drive, Maraetai ACTIVITIES INCLUDE: 11am–12 noon fishing off the wharf > 12–1pm Big Dig > 1–2pm sand sculpture competition > Beach Volleyball > $2 coastguard rescue boat rides running throughout the day > PRIZES! Plenty of information and displays on the day As part of Seaweek, Local & Sports Parks South is running a beach day! Take to the water with Sea Scouts Youngsters can get a taste of sail- ing at the Weymouth Yacht Club on Sunday. The club and Weymouth Sea Scouts are holding an open day to mark national Children’s Day. ‘‘Parents and kids can come down and have a go sailing either in our small boats or go out in the Sea Scouts’ cutter or kayaks,’’ club commodore Simon Tidbury says. There will also be water education and a sausage sizzle. The open day is on March 6, from 10am to 2pm, at the Hazards Rd boat ramp and clubrooms in Weymouth. Contact Simon Tidbury on 269-2432. Trio of actors are creating havoc By MELISSA KINEALY Triple the energy: The trio of South Auckland actors, from left: Tuyet Nguyen, Loretta Aukuso and Olive Asi who are on stage this month in the play Havoc in the Garden. A trio of aspiring actors has been rubbing shoulders with theatre royalty. South Aucklanders Loretta Aukuso, Olive Asi and Tuyet Nguyen are all performing in the Auckland Arts Festival show Havoc in the Gar- den and have had the chance to work alongside acclaimed writer and actor Lennie James. The show’s on at the Mangere Arts Centre next week. Mr James, who lives in the United States, has been in more than 20 feature films and his writing credentials include a BAFTA nomi- nation. This latest project has him working alongside Auckland’s Massive Company and perform- ers to create stories for the play. Olive, 20, from Otara says Mr James has so much experience and ‘‘coming here and work- ing with us means so much’’. It’s been a great experience with ‘‘a fam- ily vibe’’, she says. Twenty-year-old Lor- etta from Mangere says she feels honoured to be apartofagroupof14 taking the play to the stage. ‘‘It’s been scary, we were all nervous but we are privileged.’’ Tuyet, 19, from Manu- rewa is relishing the experience and says the cast’s been doing full-on rehearsals since late January. ‘‘Everyone brings a dif- ferent flavour to the fam- ily, I love hanging out with the other members of our crew.’’ All three girls are part of the Massive Company South Ensemble who started workshopping ideas for the show in January 2009 alongside more established actors and Mr James. Havoc in the Garden is a play about five houses on a hill in Auckland. It focuses on a single act of violence and a father’s rage against himself and his life. The ensemble cast also includes: Fasitua Amosa, Scott Cotter, Wesley Dowdell, Joe Folau, Kura Forrester, Ash Jones, Beulah Koale, Miriama McDowell, Bree Peters, Nicole Thomson and Jake Toaga. Part of the Auckland Arts Festival, Havoc in the Garden is on at the Mangere Arts Centre – Nga Tohu o Uenuku from March 9-12 at 7pm. Tickets range from $25 to $39.50 and can be booked at www.iticket. co.nz or calling 361-1000.
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