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THURSDAY, MAY 24, 2012
Your Boutique Cinema and Café Experience
Movie and a meal for only $30!!
Applies to any movie after 5pm.
Some conditions apply
Film classi cation symbols
Approved for general exhibition
Parental Guidance recommended for younger viewers
Suitable for mature audiences 16 years and over
RP(age) Restricted to persons over the speci ed age unless
accompanied by parent/guardian e.g. RP13, RP15
R(age) Restricted to persons over speci ed age e.g. R13, R16, R18
Cinemas may request proof of age ID for restricted lms
81 Manchester St, Feilding • t: 323 0218
free morning tea with ticket purchase*
Mon 28 May 10.30am Good for Nothing, 10.45am Chinese Takeaway
Tues 29 May 10.30am Good for Nothing, 10.45am Margin Call
STARBUCK (M) 103 mins Comedy
At 42, David lives the life of an irresponsible adolescent.
He coasts through life with minimal effort and maintains a
complicated relationship with Valerie, a young policewoman.
Just as she tells him shes pregnant, Davids past resurfaces.
Fri 25 May 4pm & 8pm, Sun 27 May 12pm, Mon 28 May
2.30pm, Wed 30 May 2pm & 8pm.
SHIHAD (M) off. language & sexual references 103 mins
Doco **Last Week** Legendary Kiwi group, chronicling
their two-decade rise to greatness. More than a documentary,
this is an all-access pass to an extraordinary rock saga,
charting a legendary bands fght with fame, fortune, the
industry, and fnally itself. Thurs 24 May 8pm, Sat 26
May 4pm, Sun 27 May 4pm, Tues 29 May4.30pm,
Wed 30 May 4.30pm.
GOOD FOR NOTHING(R13) contains violence and
sexual themes 92 mins Western The New Zealand made
Western Fri 25 May 12.30pm, 4.30pm & 8.30pm, Sat
26 May 2.30pm,4.30pm & 8.30pm, Sun 27 May 4.30pm,
Mon 28 May 10.30am & 4pm, Tues 29 May 10.30am &
4pm, Wed 30 May 2.30pm & 6.30pm.
MARGIN CALL (M)
Contains offensive language 107 mins Drama **** stars
In 2008, the world held its breath as the worst fnancial crisis
unfolded. Desperate bank executives, scrambled to save
their millions while the world watched on. Thurs 24 May
2.30pm & 8.30pm, Fri 25 May 12pm & 6.30pm, Sat 26
May 2pm & 6.30pm, Sun 27 May 2pm & 6.30pm, Mon
28 May 2pm, Tues 29 May 10.45am, Wed 30 May 6pm.
CHINESE TAKEAWAY(M)off. language , sexual
ref. 93mins Comedy (subtitles) Follows a relationship
between a reclusive Spanish hardware store owner and
Chinese immigrant, thrown together by an absurd twist of
fate. Thurs 24 May 6pm, Fri 25 May 2pm, Sun 27 May
12.30pm, Mon 28 May 10.45am, Tues 29 May 2.30pm,
Wed 30 May 4pm.
THE MOST FUN YOU CAN HAVE DYING (R16)
violence & offensive language, sex & drug scenes 97 mins Drama
Michael with just a few months to live borrows the money
raised for his treatment and heads overseas, determined
to have the time of his life. Everything goes as planned
until he meets and falls in love with Sylvie, a beautiful and
enigmatic young French woman. Thurs 24 May 12.30pm &
4.30pm, Sat 26 May 8pm, Sun 27 May 6pm, Mon 28 May
12.30pm, Tues 29 May 2pm, Wed 30 May 12pm.
SPUD(M) Contains sexual references
103 mins Comedy Its South Africa 1990. Two major events
are about to happen: The release of Nelson Mandela and,
more importantly, its Spud Miltons frst year at an elite
boys only private boarding school. Thurs 24 May 12pm &
2pm, Fri 25 May 2.30pm & 6pm, Sat 26 May 12.30pm &
6pm, Sun 27 May 2.30pm, Tues 29 May 12.30pm, Wed 30
May 12.30pm & 8.30pm.
MANCHESTER ST • FEILDING
TUESDAY - SATURDAY
@ DROVERS BAR & KITCHEN...
$11 LUNCH PIZZA
SMALL ON PRICE, BIG ON FLAVOUR, 12 TILL 2PM
COME IN & CHECK OUT THE FL AVOUR SELECTION
CARLSBERG ON TAP $1 OFF ALL DAY THURSDAY
HAPPY HOURS FRIDAY & SATURDAY 4PM - 6PM
CATCH ALL THE SUPER RUGBY ACTION IN BAR
GRAB A LITTLE SOMETHING FROM THE KITCHEN
LIVE JAZZ BAND CONCHORDIA
FROM 4PM SATURDAY 26 MAY
DON'T FORGET US FOR YOUR SPECIAL
CALL IN AND SPEAK TO KIM
Sat 26th & Sun 27th
Manawatu Jazz Festival
Live entertainment from 2pm
From the home of the $10 Lunches
Do yourself a favour, try our Irish flavour
Fergusson Street Feilding
Ph: 323 8181 • www.murraysirishbar.com
Ph. 06 323 4134
Saturday • 7-11pm
The best way to end the day
4 hours of good old rockin' blues!
Feilding's to be jazzed up
Weekend of music: Erna Ferry is
one of the renowned jazz artists
performing around Feilding this
weekend as part of the Manawatu
Feilding streets will be filled
with the sound of jazz this
Seven bands are playing in
the Feilding cafe scene as part
of the Manawatu Jazz Festival.
The bands are playing in six
venues providing 13 hours of
jazz on Saturday and nine
hours on Sunday.
All have free entry and there
will be a range of jazz from
gypsy swing to bop, blues to
standards with lots of stops in
Latin on the way.
On Monday Feilding s Little
Theatre also opens the Jazz
Festival s Concert Scene for the
first time this year with an
excitingensemble, The Paul
Hanson-Steve Cardenas Quar-
tet, featuring soloists from
across the United States. The
group combines the sounds of
Hanson s jazz bassoon and
Cardenas outstanding guitar,
with a superb rhythm section
comprising well-known US-
based Tom Warrington (string
bass) and the dynamic NZ
based Lauren Ellis (drums).
This will be an outstanding
concert giving a classical instru-
ment, usually buried in the
woodwind, a front of stage role,
with a modern edge , said
Manawatu Jazz Festival Presi-
dent David Edge.
It will certainly not be an
evening to stay at home.
Get your bookings in early
because Palmerston North
enthusiasts will be coming over,
too, as their gig is sold out in
Students to sing out
in regional festivals
New Zealand secondary school
students from Whangarei to
Invercargill will join voices in 11 Big
Sing Regional Festivals organised by
the New Zealand Choral Federation
On Wednesday, June 13, the
Regional Festival for Manawatu-
Wanganui will be staged in the Regent
On Broadway, in Palmerston North.
Thirteen choirs from seven schools
involving 530 students from Mana-
watu, Rangitikei, and Masterton are
Each choir is required to present a
varied 10-minute programme, which
includes at least one New Zealand
composition as part of its repertoire
The choral pieces are wide-ranging
in style which should appeal to the
audience at the competitive sessions
throughout the day and at the gala
A selection of pieces will be pres-
ented at a gala concert at the Regent
on Broadway on Wednesday, starting
at 7pm and finishing at 8.30pm.
Timothy Noon, from Auckland, is the
adjudicator for the Regional Festival
and he will also be judging similar
events at Wellington, New Plymouth
Timothy has recently come to New
Zealand from England and is the direc-
tor of music at Auckland Cathedral of
the Holy Trinity.
Local schools include Feilding High
school and Nga Tawa Diocesan in
Adult admission is $12. Tickets for
the festival are available from Tick-
etDirect outlets and the Regent Ticket
There is free admission for school
At a national level more than 9000
secondary school students, represen-
ting 155 schools, will be taking part in
festivals throughout New Zealand dur-
FEILDING CAFE SCENE MAY 26/27
Poppies Book Store:
Saturday May 26
Theme (PN + Bulls) - Swinging
duo with big band style - Books +
Jazz - wonderful combination!
Peter Hales (tp) & Trevor Castle
Murray's Irish Bar:
Saturday May 26
Groove Status (Levin + PN) -
Mainstream Swing all ways -
great entertainment -great bar
James Watson (saxes) Liz Watts
(voc) Hazel Watson (p) Matt
Ushaw (g) Jonathon Johnson (b)
Peter Toneycliff (d)
Sunday May 27
BopCats (PN) Parker, Monk,
Evans - Jazz gourmets Sunday
lunch time delight!
Graydon Crawford (saxes/voc)
Jo Crawford/Fred Potter (p),
Michael Crawford (b), Bill Pink
Saturday May 26
Concordia (PN + Wellington)
Standards to Latin - music from
52nd Street - not Coro Street!
Jo - Ann Gibbs (voc), Larry Ward
(sax), Bryon Gibbs (g), Adrian
Dittmer (b), John Rosson (d)
Saturday May 26
Mac Attack (PN + Sanson) This
high powered combo on the
Square is anything but square!
Ian McLaughlan (p), Johnny
McCormick (sax), Terry Tawharu
(b), Ted Frickleton (d)
Sunday May 27
Erna Ferry and Shufti (PN) NZ s
top jazz vocalist, great Jazz/
Blues band, great venue.
Erna Ferry (voc) Stuart Hubbard
(sax) Rob Bradshaw (g) Craig
Johnston (b) Ted Frickleton (d)
Sunday May 27
Jazz Talk Top line trio -Jazz
standards with perhaps a tinge of
Gypsy jazz /Celtic/Folk - top
Sue Pugmire (voc) Nigel Brooke
(g) and Graeme Crehan (viol).
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