Every two years KOKOMAI is held next door to you! Kokomai is an inspiring, edgy and diverse Creative Festival for the Wairarapa region: music, theatre, dance, visual arts, film and literature. Events are located across the region, from rural halls, churches and larger venues such as the Carterton Events Centre.
Festival highlights this year include Wonder Wombs, a gutsy seven-strong cast, featuring some of Aotearoa’s favourite performers from the circus, theatre, and dance worlds and Scottish folk band Shooglenifty. ‘Readers & Writers’ literary Festival as part of Kokomai 2019. will hosting a wonderful line up of authors this year, from Mike Chunn (former Split Enz member), to Marilyn Waring, and accomplished novelist Paula Morris. Tickets are on sale at eventfinda.co.nz.
"Raw, witty and intense... Well worth a night out" THE DOMINION POST
After sell-out seasons in Auckland and Sydney, the award-winning romcom is celebrating its Wellington debut.
COCK is a wildly funny take on contemporary love. It's for every woman who's fallen in love with the wrong guy. It's for every guy who's ever completely bollocksed up a relationship. It's for every person who's been stuck having to choose between two people. Bring him, her and them.
"An impressive package" THE EVENING STANDARD
We are looking for people who were treated at Calvary Hospital in Newtown, now Wakefield Hospital, between 1960-87. The hospital was run by a Catholic order of nursing sisters, The Little Company of Mary. We are particularly after those treated in the area of obstetrics/gynecology.
Is this familiar to you? If so, then please get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org or at PO Box 6341, Wellesley Street, Auckland 1141 - please note that any communication will be kept confidential.
New Zealand is culturally and ethnically diverse, and many Toastmasters clubs - like Newtown - reflect this. This presents us with great opportunities to build communication skills.
Here are some tips for communicating well across cultures, backgrounds and experiences. You might find them useful at your next club meeting, work project or social event