Well now you can - live, in your living room.
The Neighbourly team is super grateful to our friends at Royal New Zealand Ballet for their support over the years - so we're excited to be telling our Neighbourly members about their very special event: Live in your Living Room.
This weekend, grab a cuppa and some gingerbread and venture in to the dark, fantastical realm of Hansel & Gretel. Inspired by the old-fashioned magic of silent movies and music hall vaudeville, this ballet will transport you to a magical world with large-scale cinematic effects, world premiere choreography by Loughlan Prior and a specially commissioned score by Claire Cowan.
Live in your Living Room. This curated series of productions from the RNZB archive will be broadcast weekly on Facebook Premiere.
Enjoy performances at Friday 3 April at 7.30pm; Saturday 4 April at 1.30pm and Sunday 5 April at 10.30am.
Find out more at rnzb.org.nz/live.
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After midnight, dozens of car "enthusiasts" met in the parking lot under the motorway bridge behind Parliament. There were street races like in a movie. It was very noisy and dangerous. Although the parking lot (Bowen Street) is right behind the Parliament, Ministery of Defense and Treasury, no police came. After about half an hour, they raced down the streets. Did anyone else hear or see it?
A Wellington bar owner has launched a petition calling for all vehicles to be banned from Courtenay Place - and the majority of the Wellington City Council appears to be on board.
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