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Our pick of the best events on in Wellington this week.
Prepare to be mesmerised and enchanted as huge packing cases open and new worlds emerge, filled with quirky characters and stories. Capital E presents Patch Theatre Company's much-loved collection of tales from popular children’s author, Pamela Allen. Using an assortment of props and found objects, the three performers bring the tales to life.
Benjamin Britten’s haunting operatic version of Henry James’s famous novella The Turn of the Screw. A young governess arrives at a remote country house to care for two children with only written instructions from their guardian, who advises not to disturb him. Before long a tapestry is woven of obsession, sexual awakening and the destruction of childhood. A narrative just ambivalent enough for us to project upon it our own fears.
Join Maggie Taylor as she guides you through basic carpentry skills and chisels away at the stereotype that has kept women out of the toolbox for so long. So reads the flyer for The Pink Hammer Workshop - when four strangers turn up for their first lesson they soon discover their tutor has disappeared – along with their pre-paid fees.
This family-friendly event offers a great opportunity for Phoenix fans to engage with their local football heroes, as well as to see the squad in action against Team Wellington in a pre-season match.
There will be a wide range of activities on offer – including football activities, a ‘behind the scenes’ tour of Westpac Stadium including player changing rooms, partner promotions, food stalls, giveaways and live entertainment – promising something for everyone.
Check out more events happening in Wellington this month.