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Open Hours: Lunch Mon-Fri 11.30am-2.00pm
Dinner: 7 Days a Week from 5.00pm
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Ph 03 347 2315
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& Chisholm Ave
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What's on in Selwyn and close by
Stage comedy: Ginette McDonald and Paul McLaughlin star in a recent production of Kings of the Gym.
Mid Winter Market
Location: Langdale Vineyard
Restaurant, July 14 10 till 2pm.
This is a fundraising event for Shir
and Caitlin's World Challenge trip.
Food, wine, jewellery, pre-loved
goodies, candles, white elephant
and much, much more.
Stallholders can contact Lauren at:
you would like to take part.
Shop Me Pretty
Shop Me Pretty is an exciting
night market featuring a range of
creative retailers selling a wide
range of gorgeous products.
The 'shop' is open from 6.30pm
until 9.00pm. A gold coin entry gives
you a glass of bubbles and nibbles
throughout the evening.
Come and visit for shopping in a
relaxed atmosphere. You are sure to
find something you'll love.
It takes place today, July 11,
6.30pm till 9pm, at the Lincoln Event
Centre, North Belt, Lincoln.
Gold coin entry and door sales
Court Theatre offerings
Kings of the Gym, by Dave
Armstrong and directed by Conrad
Newport, will be playing from June
29 to August 10.
Laurie Connor is an old-school PE
teacher whose comfortable
existence is challenged when a new
headmistress decides to modernise
the syllabus and do away with such
terms as ''winners'' and ''losers''.
The writer of Seven Periods with
Mr Gormsby, The Motor Camp and
The Tutor delivers another laugh-
out-loud Kiwi comedy. Contains
Featuring: Tom Trevella, Eilish
Moran, Alex Walker, and Cian
Running time is 2 hours, 15
minutes, including interval.
Mon, Thurs: 6:30pm.
Tues, Wed, Fri, Sat: 7:30pm.
Matinee: 2.00pm, Saturday, June
Adults $50-55, seniors $43-48,
supporters $41-46, under-25 $31-36,
school children $21-26, group (20+)
Scared Scriptless with The Court
Jesters every Friday and Saturday, at
Running time: Approximately 1
hour, 20 minutes.
Scared Scriptless combines fast-
paced, off-the-cuff theatre, with just
the right amount of audience
interaction and the Court Jesters'
own brand of razor-sharp wit.
Celebrating 21 years of late-night
comedy this year, this the longest
running comedy show in the whole
of Australasia. Come and find out
why! Under-25 $14, adults $16,
groups $15 each.
Tickets can be purchased online
until 8pm on the day of the show.
Dora the Explorer -- live at
Ashburton Trust Centre
Interactive fun: Dora the
Explorer is coming to the
Ashburton Trust Centre.
Dora, her best buddy Boots the
monkey, and the rest of their friends
embark on an exciting trip to
The audience helps them navigate
over Dancing Mountain, through
Silly Singing Bridge, to confront the
Along the way, the audience will
use its map-reading, counting,
musical and language skills to
successfully help Dora reach the
treasure. All ends happily onstage
with a ''yo-ho-ho!''
For those of you who may not be
aware, Dora the Explorer is an
American animated television series
created by Chris Gifford, Valerie
Walsh, and Eric Weiner.
Highly successful, Dora the
Explorer became a regular series
The series centres on a Latina girl
named Dora Marquez, who has a
love of embarking on quests related
to an activity in which she would like
to partake or some place that she
wants to go, accompanied by her
talking purple backpack and her
companion named Boots (named for
his beloved pair of red boots).
The live show, featuring JCD
Entertainment's talented cast of
young entertainers aged 7-24,
begins at 2.00pm, with venue
entry at 1.00pm, and it all finishes
All tickets: $25.00 (fees apply).
Venue: Ashburton Trust Event
Centre, 211A Wills Street, Ashburton.
Door sales will commence an hour
before the show, with ticket
numbers subject to availability.
A selection of confectionery
items/ice-creams/coffee is available
from 1 hour before shows and
during intermission, and Eftpos is
Food and drinks in plastic
allowed be taken
into the theatre.
Free parking at
rear of the Event
Centre, in the
hours only), and in
the old Polytechnic car
park by the Balmoral Hall
(only 200m away).
For any questions
regarding the event,
your tickets, or
please contact the
Event Centre on
03 307 2010.
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