Put your dapper outfit on and be sent back in time to the roaring 20s for a silent cinema experience.
Night Owl Cinema and Baycourt are presenting a Silent Cinema – Charlie Chaplin's The Circus at the Baycourt Community and Arts Centre on Durham Street tonight.
The Silent Cinema will be a night of 1920s circus fun for the whole family, with candy floss, popcorn and circus acts on the Baycourt lawn and in the foyer from 4pm, with the screening taking place at 5pm.
Baycourt manager Megan Peacock Coyle says Silent Cinema - The Circus is a family-friendly show and a great way to introduce your children, or grandchildren, to a bit of film history.
“Silent Cinema is always an amazing and really fun show, and what's been really cool for us here at Baycourt is seeing the number of people turning up, plus the buzz and excitement around each event, growing from year to year.”
“Baycourt is now a hub for silent films in the Bay of Plenty; not only are we involved in presenting Silent Cinema but we're also running the Young Filmmakers Workshops, which are part of the New Zealand Regionals International Youth Silent Film Festival, during the July school holidays.”
Each edition of the silent cinema sees Baycourt fitted out in 1920s theme and each screening features musical accompaniment from renowned organist Ron Clark playing the Mighty Wurlitzer organ.
“To see the organ twirl out of the stage and have the music accompany the film is an awe inspiring experience,” says Night Owl Cinema founder Kim Cleland.
“You get so swept up in the film you forget there is somebody playing the live score and making all the sound effects. Seeing the organ pipes which are built into the walls of Baycourt in action feels like a very special opportunity – we have loved being involved.”
Tickets will be available online from www.ticketek.co.nz, 0800 TICKETEK or over the counter at the Baycourt Box Office on Durham Street, Tauranga.
If that's not for you, check out some of the other activities on today.
Saturday 19 August
Arms and Militaria Show
Greerton Hall, Tauranga. 19-20 Aug. All kinds of firearms, edged weapons, accessories, military collectibles, etc. A popular event for collectors where everyone is welcome
Bay Network Singles Social Club
55+ who wish to make new friends & enjoy club activities, dining, shows, trips, bbq's etc. Mary-Anne 027 207 1690 or 576 9988
Evans Rd Community Church Papamoa. 8am -11am today. $5 a site, food, real Coffee, Car wash. Enquiries Arthur 021 163 7691
Learn in your own time, at your own pace. Tauranga Library has a free course online to meet your needs. Visit one of our libraries to register.
Discover Your Life's True Purpose
Why am I here? How can I have a more meaningful Life? Create an action plan that works for you. Starting soon. Info and register interest at www.eventspronto.co.nz/meaningfullife
Free Blues Rock Concert
Starring the amazing “Skeleton Crew” & Maria Fuller. Refreshments provided. St James Church, 70 Pooles Rd, Greerton 2pm. Peter 022 323 9102
Friendship Force International
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Greerton Hall Market
Last Saturday every month except Dec-16th. 8am - 12pm. Crafts, plants, produce, bric-a-brac. Stalls inside/outside. Refreshments available. Phone/text to book. Tricia/Gary 5431487, 0279082952 www.facebook.com/greertonhallmarket
Labour Pop-up Office Open
Tauranga Labour Party office open on Mondays, Tuesdays and Saturdays from 10am - 4pm at 933, Cameron Rd,Greerton.email@example.com
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Every Sat at Hillier Centre, 31 Gloucester Rd, Mt Maunganui 10am. Seek to unite together in our walk to put truth into action on a daily basis. 544 7424 or 0210 226 3515
Narcotics Anonymous Open Meetings
Sat 7.30-8.30pm & every Sun 7-8pm, Hanmer Clinic, 1235 Cameron Rd, Greerton. Mon 7-8pm & Fri 7.30-8.30pm, Hillier Centre. 31 Gloucester Rd, Mt Maunganui. 0800 NA TODAY
Petanque @ Club Mt Maunganui
Sat 1pm. Equip available, all levels welcome. Arnold 544 5598
Reducing Household Waste Workshop
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Revealing The Positive
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Taoist Tai Chi
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Tauranga Friendship and Social Club
Walks, dinners and outings for the over 50s. Couples & singles all welcome. Ph Barbara 544 7461
Tauranga Leisure Marching Day
Display Day QE Centre. Free admission. Come along to watch this fabulous spectacle of marching precision. 27 teams from Tauranga, Waikato & Auckland
Tauranga Meditation Group
Intro to meditation classes 1st Tues of month 7-8.30pm. General classes every 2nd & 4th Sats of month. $5 koha. Blind Foundation, 160 17th Ave, Tauranga.
Community radio broadcasting from Tauranga Historic Village 1368 kHz AM. Music of 1940's - 90's weekends 9am - 5pm, weekdays 10am - 5pm. www.villageradio.co.nz or 571 3710