Christmas Carols in the Amphitheatre
It’s looking like a great weekend for a Christmas Carol sing-along in the Amphitheatre on Sunday.
Like in previous years we’ve got two local choirs to help lead the audience through everyone’s favourite Christmas songs. This year we welcome back the North Shore Chorale and for the first time, welcome our very own PumpHouse Community Choir.
The Community Choir has been practicing since the end of November and are ready for their debut public performance under the guidance of Choir Leader Charlotte Nicklin. We’re thrilled to see so many enthusiastic singers willing to get involved and give it a go.
The choirs are on stage from 6:00 pm on Sunday, 18 December. Kids under 12 are free, everyone else is just $5.
The sausage sizzle will be up and running from 5:30 pm and the French Rendez-vous Cafe will be here with ice cream and soft drinks (as well as wine and beer for the adults).
Last chance to see a play in a car
We’ve had great feedback about Riding in Cars with (mostly straight) Boys, the play performed in (and around) a car parked in The PumpHouse Courtyard.
Staring Geordie Holibar (Shortland Street) and Tim Earl (The Curious Incident of the Dog In The Night-Time) and written by award-winning playwright Sam Brooks, the team are finishing a North Island tour here at The PumpHouse.
There is just one more performance tonight at 7:00 pm – get along if you can, its only $15.00.