ASB Theatre Marlborough
Auckland University of Technology (AUT)
Auckland University of Technology’s (AUT) South Campus
Bruce Mason Centre
Carterton Events Centre
Civic Theatre Invercargill
Clarence Street Theatre
Claudelands Events Centre
Copthorne Hotel & Resort
Great Lake Centre
J1 Lecture theatre, Faculty of Education and Social Work
Kohia Centre University of Auckland
Kohia Centre, Faculty of Education and Social Work
Napier Municipal Theatre
Opera House Oamaru
Quality Hotel Parnell, Auckland
Queenstown Events Centre
Regent on Broadway
Rotorua Girls' High School
SKYCITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Spark Head Office Auckland
St Margaret’s College
Tanoa Room, Manukau Institute of Technology, Otara Campus
The University of Auckland - Epsom Campus
Theatre Royal - Nelson
Theatre Royal - Timaru
Theatre Royal - TSB Showplace
Trinity Wharf Hotel
University of Canterbury
University of Waikato
Victoria University of Wellington
War Memorial Theatre
Whakatane Little Theatre
Willow Park Christian Convention Centre
Your school hall
Capital E is working with talented young writers in creating worlds and characters from their own imagination, and now these tales are being brought to life as a live-action radio
Capital E is working with talented young writers in creating worlds and characters from their own imagination, and now these tales are being brought to life as a live-action radio play! Harking back to the golden age of radio, this brand new performance experience is touring schools across the country, showing students that video, did not kill the radio star.
Watch the professional actors in the pop-up radio studio put on the ‘cans’ ready to voice the characters from the stories written by students. With help from the actors and audience as the Foley/sound artists the imaginative tales of action, comedy, friendship and intrigue come alive.
This unique touring show is an analogue and digital mashup, as old-school sound effects and classic radio meet innovative performance and digital technology. The studio will cross ‘live’ by video to the young writers as they describe their inspiration, the writing process, and provide live direction of where the story will go…
Stay tuned! This performance links to the New Zealand Curriculum through Drama and English.
Capital E is an established provider of performing arts experiences for children and young people. Story Studio LIVE showcases the voices and imagination of young people, inspiring the next generation of writers, actors, and creative thinkers.
Suits ages 7 – 12 year olds.
25 (Tuesday) 9:00 am - 26 (Wednesday) 3:00 pm
Your school hall
Don't miss EducationCentral.co.nz's very first ChalkTalk on the contentious NCEA Review and be part of the conversation around this major educational reform. Join us at NZME for
Don’t miss EducationCentral.co.nz’s very first ChalkTalk on the contentious NCEA Review and be part of the conversation around this major educational reform.
Join us at NZME for an intimate evening of discussion and debate over wine and cheese led by our expert panel featuring:
- Hon Tracey Martin, Associate Education Minister
- Hon Nikki Kaye, National’s Education spokesperson
- Melanie Webber, PPTA Vice-president
- Dr Michael Johnston, Senior Lecturer, School of Education, Victoria University,
- Josh Williams, Chief Executive, Industry Training Federation
- John Murdoch, Principal, Mana College
Up for debate will be:
- Should we ditch NCEA Level 1?
- Student-led projects: yay or nay?
- Credits from community-based activities – good idea?
- Will the ‘Big Six Opportunities’ provide a range of pathways for all students?
Who should attend?
- Educational professionals
Tickets are extremely limited for this event – so we encourage you to get in quick!
- Early bird offer – all tickets purchased before Sept 15: $49.95 + GST
- All tickets purchased Sept 15-Sept 26: $95.00 + GST
Find full details HERE.
(Wednesday) 5:15 pm - 7:30 pm
Level 3, 190 Taranaki Street
NZME Educational Media