027-395-5719: ask for Arthur.
You are invited to join us at our club for great games on the Othello board. Only a few minutes to learn. The board changes with every move and so does your strategy. But be careful, the most obvious move may not be the best move. The player with the most disc's at the end of the game wins.
Games begin at 7:15pm. 5 games per person per night, finishing at 9pm. Please be on time.
April 20th, May 11th, June 8th, July 13th, August 17th, September 14th, October 12th, November 9th, December 7th
Never Stop Dancing
Dance 4 Us Wellington
Sarah McKenzie: 09 636 3029 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Dance 4 Us is a therapeutic, community-focused programme designed to support adults and young adults with disabilities. Sessions focus on creative self-expression, creating social connections, developing emotional literacy, and having fun with movement and music.
For more information, visit:
Locomotive: Improv Theatre Training
Jennifer O'Sullivan: email@example.com
Locomotive is an improvised theatre training centre based in Te Whanganui-a-Tara, Aotearoa (Wellington, New Zealand). We deliver grounded, well-rounded training in theatrical improv and related skills through term-based, weekend, and one-off workshop programmes. We aim to grow improvisors into performers and creators with strong stagecraft, competent skills, joyful teamwork, and an awareness of the context and whakapapa of the work they create and contribute to.
We especially invite marginalised improvisors including Māori & Pasifika, queer/LGBTQ*, and disabled people, and will work with you to ensure our training is accessible and supportive.
Wizz Theatre Academy
Imogen Prossor: firstname.lastname@example.org / 027 272 7023
Wizz Theatre Academy is all about fostering a lifelong love of theatre in young people. Theatre is a great way to explore and express creativity, learn important life skills, build confidence and have fun! We love to sing, act, and dance and individually cater to each and every student. Wizz offers after-school classes specialising in Musical Theatre in Brooklyn and Te Aro. Students have the option to sit solo Trinity International examinations. Classes are suitable for ages 6 to 18 years. Sign up for 2022 classes now - limited spaces left!
To find out more about classes, enrolments or holiday programmes, please take a look at our Website: www.wizztheatreacademy.co.nz
Brazilian Choro Study Group
In Brazil and worldwide, choro is famous as a form of community sharing and celebration. The typical setting is to gather around a table, open invitation to anyone, and each person plays as much or as little as they feel experienced to play. Dancing and group singing is also encouraged.
Wellington Classical Guitar Society
Classical guitar ensemble playing by members, solo playing by members, and sometimes a short concert by an invited guest or members of the Society.
The purposes of the Society are to:
(a) Provide a forum for people of all ages who enjoy classical guitar to meet, play, and listen to classical guitar music through Member’s meetings, performances, concerts, courses, workshops, and the like;
(b) Assist, establish, and promote performances, speakers, concerts, and workshops by local, national, and international artists;
(c) Give Members opportunities to broaden their classical guitar skills and knowledge;
(d) Provide an environment to play and learn about other instruments compatible with classical guitar, including voice;
(e) Assist, establish, and promote competitions and examinations for guitarists;
(f) Foster contact with other guitar societies and organizations;
(g) Undertake other activities helpful to the above purposes.
The Little Red Reading Group
Justice for Palestine
Anyone can join from this page: https://www.joinit.org/o/justice-for-palestine
Justice for Palestine is a human rights organisation working to promote justice, peace and freedom for the Palestinian people. We organise meetings, rallies and cultural events, and work with others, to raise awareness about the Palestinian cause and to advance Palestinian human rights.
Krav Maga Self Defence for The Community
We teach people awareness, de-escalation, legal rights/responsibilities, fitness, conditioning, how to fight back, how to use your voice, how to escape various holds, grabs, weapon threats, gang attacks, robbery, sexual assault...etc. We offer this training in an upbeat, friendly, open and welcoming, supportive and fun club culture and environment. We offer the most experienced, most pressure-tested and realistic self-defence training in all of Wellington. Operating since 2008.
Students who are interested are encouraged to join at the start of each school term. Please see www.tacticalsurvival.co.nz for dates.
Capoeira Angola Classes
021 503 512
Core Connexion on the Open Floor Dance
Participants are guided to listen to and sense their bodies and give expression to their own individual movements, to dance the dance that only they can dance. A great variety of music and rhythms will inspire slow and internal dances as well as wild and exuberant ones. Doing this together creates community, an opportunity to commune with self and with each other – getting to know yourself a bit better and having fun along the way. Come play! No experience necessary, every 'body' is welcome.
email@example.com, 021 265 9027
Voice: Toning & Improvisation
021 076 5572
Thistle Hall Update
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