COMING ART EXHIBITIONS ONGOING
I Love a Piano: Grant Bridger sings with Stephen Small on piano at Artworks Theatre on Friday, September 22, from 7.30pm. Tickets are $25 or $15 concessions from www.artworkstheatre.org.nz. The Homecoming: Jazz pianist David Paquette will play with Lindsay Meech on trumpet at Whittaker’s Music Museum in Oneroa on Sunday, September 24, from 5pm to 6.30pm. Tickets are $25 for adults and $10 for students and children, phone 372 9627. Tom Rodwell: Calypso and blues guitarist Tom Rodwell will play at The Oyster Inn from 4pm to 6pm on Sunday, September 24. Phone 372 2222 for bookings. Spiritual Cinema Circle: Four films will screen from 4.30pm inwaiheke Cinema’s Little Cinema on Sunday, September 24. Award winning Hungarian film, Sing, shows a student posing a challenge in a top primary school choir. In Hai, a boy and girl who met online have their first date and learn they don’t speak the same language. City Lights portrays people connecting through lighting. Her Majesty is set in New Zealand in 1953 and depicts a girl who is excited about meeting the Queen, until she realises sacrifices have to be made. Admission by donation ($12 suggested) and all proceeds to Kaleidoscope Performance. Last Laughs: Thewaiheke Comedy Show troupe offer improvised comedy games at Artworks theatre on Tuesday, September 26 from 7pm. Entry by koha, bar open. The Big Sleep Out: People can raise money forwaiheke Community Housing Trust by sleeping rough on cardboard or in cars at Artworks Courtyard from 6pm on September 30 until 8am the next morning. The sleep out will help raise money to buy a property to provide affordable rental housing. Participants are asked to aim for $200 in pledges. Register by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Music movies: Films from top bands will be screened at Artworks Theatre in Oneroa over coming months. Stop Making Sense will screen on Friday, October 13 and The Doors on Friday, November 10. Waiheke Community Cinema will showmusic movies every Friday in September. Tickets for the Artworks shows will be $15 from www.artworkstheatre.org.nz, with the bar open and local bands playing before and after the film. Space Gallery: 114 Ocean View Rd, Oneroa village. Ann Skelly art studio: 40 Calais Terrace, Ostend - see Facebook for opening times, phone 021 254 8914.