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Free wahine-only community Yoga
Wednesday July 14, 6pm to 7pm, Upstairs @ Vogelmorn Bowling Club
The class is women-only and everyone who identifies as a woman is welcome.
We have set this up as a space for women to chill out, stretch and soak up some zen vibes to get you through the week ️ we will be starting off easy so all levels and experience are welcome. BYO yoga mat if you have one, there will also be some spare mats available to use.
Fraser Ross & Jazmine Mary
25 July from 5pm, @ Vogelmorn Bowling Club
Fraser Ross returned to New Zealand in 2020 after living in Scotland for three years. His second LP, ‘Life is Magic, Where is my Rabbit?’ (2018) established him as a serious talent and a brilliant, loud-shirted presence within the New Zealand underground. Ross has played at numerous arts festivals, including the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, LitCrawl Wellington, the Hamilton Gardens Arts Festival, Wellington City Summer Sounds, and the Christchurch Nostalgia Festival.
Jazmine Mary is a Neo Folk Artist from Gippsland Australia, Visceral and haunting. Her surreal rose-tinted sounds will allow you to be transported somewhere bold and watery. Her debut Album The Licking of a Tangerine, which was recorded late last year at Auckland’s Roundhead Studios. Was released early 2021 with 2 back to back sold out shows at Auckland’s while cellar with bandmates Courtney Rodgers, Peter Ruddell (Wax Chattels, Sulfate) and Dave Kahn (Marlon Williams, Reb Fountain)
Vogelmorn Sessions: Tawhiri Funk | Double Trouble
Sunday 1 August, from 6pm @ Vogelmorn Hall
Friends of Vogelmorn are excited to announce the long-awaited and much anticipated return of our splendorous Vogelmorn Sessions events at the wonderful Vogelmorn Hall!With our brand new in-house sound system made by local audio-engineering artisan Toby Shaughnessy of Tubs Audio (thanks to some generous funding from the NZ Music Commission) and a superb lineup of local talent to put it through it’s paces, this first foray back into fray promises to be a funky one!
Active Femininity Women’s Circle
Saturday 7 August, 9.30am to 10.30am, Upstairs @ Vogelmorn Bowling Club
These monthly Active Femininity women’s circles are, as the name suggests, active and movement based. We will use movement to release stress, tension and transform old ways of being that no longer serve us. Attending monthly circles will help regulate your hormonal system no matter which stage of your life cycle you are in. Any woman can attend and no level of fitness is required or necessary. All you need is a body and to get in touch to pre-book your spot.
Reserve your spot by contacting Fiona by email: firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone: 021 923 297
Silent Spring – Revisited
Vogelmorn Bowling Club – Friday 6 August from 6.30pm-7.30pm &
Sunday 8th August from 3.00pm-4.00pm
Silent Spring Revisited – Rachel Carson’s fight for nature
Rachel Carson has been in Jan Bolwell’s life since
she was nine years old. Her conservationist grandmother introduced
her to Carson’s famous book Silent Spring, that exposed the dangers
of the chemical pesticide DDT. Jan revisits this book through adult eyes,
as she plays Rachel Carson in her fight for nature.
An exciting creative team has worked collaboratively on this work –
director Annie Ruth, composer Jan Bolton and lighting designer Helen Todd.
This pilot project explores ways in which artists might build community
within some of the city’s shared suburban buildings.
Hi-Fives With Nic & Reuben
Sunday 29 August, from 7pm at Vogelmorn Hall
Low Strung is stoked to announce The ‘Hi-Fives With Nic & Reuben’ Tour!
5 stop nationwide tour coming to warm you up this August. How good, Hi Fives all around..Nic & Reuben are packing new music, the usual tunes and one ell of a party – Make sure to grab yourself a ticket, you may just be in to WIN a HI-FIVE.
Butoh Dance and the Uncivilised Self
Vogelmorn Bowling Club – Sunday 22 August from 10am – 4pm
We were born to move, sense, and feel deeply. Over time we censor and
refine, limiting our movements and responses to conform to our expected
roles.In this workshop, Butoh, Body Mind Centering, and Restorative practices open us up to sensing truthfully and deeply into the liminal space, the space beyond words, logic and conformity. No previous experience necessary.
Damara Sylvester is a director, teacher and performer of movement-based
theatre. She has trained and performed in Canada, New York, Japan, Ghana, NZ and Australia over the past 24 years. She is the director of InsideOut Circus and Physical Theatre based in the Moutere Valley, supporting adults and children to embrace challenges, open to play and nurture a deep sense of empowerment through movement.
Register with Damara at
Good Habits – Farewell Tour
21st August from 5pm, @ Vogelmorn Hall
Good Habits are a UK alt-folk duo, telling stories and turning heads across the globe.
Composed of singer-cellist Bonnie Schwarz and accordionist Pete Shaw, the duo create folk-infused music that test the limits of their traditional instruments, maintaining folk roots of musical storytelling amongst their energetic, virtuosic playing. Their songs tell stories of their adventures, blending trad folk with a warm yet quirky jazz-indie influence.
Good Habits’ Bonnie and Pete found themselves ‘happily stranded’ in New Zealand during Covid-19.
As the lucky English musos who got to continue playing, they filled their year since with music and adventure. The duo will return to the UK in October, and so are setting off on their biggest tour yet, to sing their dearest thank yous and fondest goodbyes (for now).
Tickets $20 or $25 on the door
Kanikani: Dancing in the Dark
The sun’s setting early these days which means it’s time for some ultimate booty shaking in the dark!!!!
Join us for a kanikani at the Vogelmorn Hall. Bring your mates, some koha ($5) and let your hair down on a Monday night.
Doors open at 7:45pm, lights off at 8:00pm.
Upcoming dates: 5th July, 6th September & 4th October
Wizz Theatre Academy – July Holiday Programme
Monday 12th – Wednesday 14th July @ Brooklyn Scout Club
Wizz Theatre Academy is taking enrolments for their upcoming July holiday programme now! They always have so much fun doing all sorts of musical theatre things at their programmes, and this holiday will absolutely be no exception! Check out the details on the flyer and you can enrol on the Wizz Theatre Academy. Imogen looks forward to seeing you there!
The Toy Library is open!
Open Friday 3.30pm – 4.30pm & Saturday 9am – 12pm
The Toy Library offers a wide range of toys for children aged between newborn & 7 years, that develop physical, mental and social skills and most importantly – allow you to have fun. Come along to celebrate and check out the awesome assortment of toys they have on offer