North Shore Times : November 5th 2010
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DINNER from $10.99 Mon, Tues & Wed 5.30pm-10.00pm * Enquire within for more details, dine-in only OPEN 7 DAYS !FREE! A NAAN with each main on presentation of this ad CENSOR'S CLASSIFICATIONS UNRESTRICTED FILMS: RESTRICTED FILMS: G PG Approved for General Exhibition Parental Guidance recommended for younger viewers M Suitable for mature audiences 16 years & over RP (AGE) Restricted to persons over the specified age unless accompanied by parent/guardian e.g. RP13, RP16 R (AGE) Restricted to person over specified age e.g. R13, R15, R16, R18 CINEMAS MAY REQUEST PROOF OF AGE ID FOR RESTRICTED FILMS Weekender Advertising Feature Enjoy an upmarket movie experience at Bridgeway Northcote landmark: The Bridgeway Cinema building in Northcote. If you fancy seeing a fan- tastic fun-filled movie look no further than Bridgeway Cinemas in Northcote Point. Due to popular demand the boutique theatre is also expand- ing, with a fourth cinema set to open in the com- plex by the end of this year. This will give more film going options for customers and provide a greater wealth of quality mainstream and thought-provoking enter- tainment, coupled with the best the world has to offer, says theatre man- ager Jean Smith. When you come to Bridgeway Cinemas you will be greeted by experi- enced and friendly staff all within a comfortable ambience designed to reward the movie-goer. The viewing experi- ence at the Bridgeway is warm, inviting and all inclusive, with an upmarket range of pre- mium wines on offer to compliment the movie experience as well as generously sized ice- creams which are a deca- dent treat. Also right next door is the ever-popular Sau- salito where there is a movie and meal deal all for a very low price with pizza, wine and movies before or after a show! Bridgeway Cinemas are showcasing a new series of Metropolitan Operas direct from New York which will play from this month until July 2011. The first of the series is Wagner s Das Rheingold which begins on November 4. Bookings are recom- mended. As well as providing the opera series and the usual movie screenings Bridgeway Cinemas has special limited season events coming up - starting with a screening of The Rolling Stones 1972 American tour on November 15 and 16. From November 18 must-see new film adap- tation Les Miserables will be screening for a limited time and is a real treat for audiences of all ages, but be sure to book your tickets early. Don t forget to book your seats in advance for the final film in the thrilling Millennium tril- ogy -- The Girl Who Kicked The Hornet s Nest with advance public previews from December 16. Bridgeway Cinemas is located at 122 Queen Street in Northcote Point and can be contacted on 481-0040. Tickets can be purchased over the phone, at the cinema or online at www.bridgeway cinemas.co.nz. Piano concert for charity Metlifecare The Poynton in Shakespeare Rd, Takapuna is hosting a piano concert starting at 6pm on Saturday November 13, featuring talented Ukrainian-born pianist Anya Maksy- mova. The concert is hosted in conjunction with The Lewis Eady Charitable Trust, which has become The Poynton tradition. This will be the third concert since November last year and all ticket proceeds from this con- cert will be donated to the Trust which supports up and coming musicians by providing quality per- formance opportunities in order for them to gain experience and further their careers. The Poynton is Met- lifecare s newest lifestyle retirement village. It offers outstanding facilities, with apart- ments providing unrivalled comfort, security and peace of mind. There is access to fine dining, extensive leisure activities and a great social atmosphere, allowing residents to enjoy the freedom and independence to do whatever they choose. Warm and friendly staff are available 24/7 to offer the very best care and individual needs are fully catered to. Pianist Anya Maksy- mova was born in the Ukraine and started piano at the age of six at the Donetsk music school for gifted children. In 2002 she moved to New Zealand and con- tinued to study piano with Peter Nagy. Later she studied with Judith Clark and Gao Ping. Anya has partic- ipated successfully in a number of competitions locally. In 2008 she auditioned to three music schools in London -- the Royal Col- lege, the Royal Academy and the Trinity College and was offered a place at all three. She is currently study- ing at the Canterbury University with Pro- fessor Michael Endres. This year Anya has performed in the Out- standing Young Musicians in Concert series at Christchurch School of Music. In the future Anya wishes to complete her Masters overseas to become a professional pianist. Concert tickets cost $30. Call 488-5700 to book.
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