Taranaki Men in Education rugby

Well done to the Taranaki Men in education Rugby team (Nga Toa Matauranga o Taranaki) who travelled to Palmerston North on Saturday to play the Manawatu Men in Education team.

It was a great bonding trip and some good networking before, during and after the game! The score form the match was 31-31 – a draw!!!

We host the Hawkes Bay men in education team in New Plymouth on September 16th.

Of the 17 players from Taranaki, 5 came from Vogeltown – well done fellas!!

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TARANAKI ARTS FESTIVAL 2017

The Taranaki Arts Festival begins on August 17 and it’s jam-packed with family friendly shows! These are a few your children are sure to enjoy:

Wellington, NZ. 9 March 2015. Dirt & Other Delicious Ingredients, at Shed 6, by Java Dance Company. Part of the Capital E National Arts Festival, March 2015. Photo credit: Stephen AíCourt. COPYRIGHT: ©Stephen AíCourt

Dirt And Other Delicious Ingredients is a great family outing on a Saturday morning! The dance and theatre works combines live music and imaginative storytelling to captivate the young, and the young-at-heart.
* Saturday, August 26, 10am, Theatre Royal, TSB Showplace. Admission from $15

 

Anatomy of The Piano is a charming show coming all the way from Scotland! This playful story takes you on a journey into the anatomy-of-the-piano-paul-james-gomes2world of the piano, how they evolved and why they make a perfect gift from Santa Claus!
* Thursday, August 31, 5.30pm, Theatre Royal, TSB Showplace. Admission from $20
* Friday, September 1, 6pm, Theatre Royal, TSB Showplace.

 

An Awfully Big Adventure is a show for the whole family. It talks about World War I in a

Wellington, NZ. 28.07.2014. Capital E National Theatre for Children presents An Awfully Big Adventure, national tour 2014. Photo credit: Stephen A’Court.  COPYRIGHT ©Stephen A’Court

way everyone can understand. Expect a thought-provoking and entertaining play filled with fun songs and clever set design.
* Thursday, August 24, 6pm, TSB Theatre, TSB Showplace. Admission from $15

For more information or for tickets, please visit www.artsfest.co.nz.