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Pecha Kucha Night: The art of concise presentations

PechaKucha Nights (PKN) are informal and fun gatherings held in over 800 cities worldwide. PKN Wellington will feature local and global people sharing their ideas, work, thoughts & experiences via the PechaKucha 20 x 20 format. Each presenter talks to 20 images for 20 secs/per image, total presentation time: 6 mins 40 secs.

Presenters confirmed to date for the 18 July session will talk about the Karanga Aotearoa Repatriation Programme; the Zealandia mainland reserve that turns 20 this year;  English as an international language; the Balkanistas phenomenon; the Creative Community Centre in Vogelmorn; Ships, Ships & more beautiful ships; plus a few surprises we’ve got up our sleeve.

Presenters confirmed to date for the 18 July session will talk about the Karanga Aotearoa Repatriation Programme; the Zealandia mainland reserve that turns 20 this year;  English as an international language; the Balkanistas phenomenon; the Creative Community Centre in Vogelmorn; Ships, Ships & more beautiful ships; plus a few surprises we’ve got up our sleeve. For more details and updates see the PechaKucha Night Wellington Facebook page.

When: Saturday, 18 July
Times:  Show start at 7pm
Ticket Prices:  $13 pre-show bookings online; $15 door sales on the night.
Box Office open from 4.30pm, bar opens 5.30pm on the night

BUY TICKETS HERE

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Capital E National Theatre for Children presents
STEALING GAMES (Ages 8+)

Stealing Games

Would you pay to play? What if the cost was friendship?

When an accident in a playground between four close friends leads to a media frenzy, unsupervised playing is outlawed. As they’re forced to play in private ‘Playparks’ they find themselves divided and facing moral and personal challenges for the first time. When Judd decides to take matters into his own hands and confronts the person who is taking his friends away, he discovers a secret motivation. Join four actors as they unravel the drama in this highly physical and compelling play featuring slick choreography, punchy percussive composition and perfectly pitched humour for young audiences.

Capital E National Theatre for Children presents Stealing Games, a highly physical, comedic and deeply emotive play by acclaimed NZ playwright, Gary Henderson.

  • When Monday 13-17 July
  • Times– 11am
  • Price– $12.50 per person; $44 for groups of 4; $10 per person for groups of 10 or more; under twos go free

Book tickets online or call their Box Office on 04 913 3740
For more information on the production and their national tour, see Capital E’s website