Tags

Feeds / Six oclock swill feed

  • Tagged as:
  • performingarts
  • theatre
  • places
  • cubastreet
  • This feed was last read 9 minutes ago

    This feed is published by: Six O'clock Swill.

    To subscribe to this feed, enter the following location into your feed reader.

    This feed currently contains the following newsitems (total count 22):

      • The Six O'clock Swill site has moved!
        • 14 Apr 2008
        • Six O'clock Swill
        • Check out the new and improved http://sixoclockswill.com/. We'll keep this site around for a bit to make sure everyone makes the transition without loosing anything. Come on and join the party!
        • Not tagged

      • The Swill seeks Writers/Directors...
        • 24 Mar 2008
        • Six O'clock Swill
        • We are currently taking play submissions and seeking people interested in directing these plays to be performed at Mighty Mighty for both the April series and future months. To apply, contact us at sixoclockswill@gmail.com
        • Not tagged

      • The Swill in March...
        • 6 Mar 2008
        • Six O'clock Swill
        • After a very successful series as part of the New Zealand Fringe Festival in February, the Swill returns this month with more hilarious, quirky action at the Mighty Mighty.
        • Not tagged

      • The Swill in Feb!
        • 6 Feb 2008
        • Six O'clock Swill
        • 13th & 14th FEBRUARY @ Mighty Mighty Door Sales Only from 5:30pm – $8/$5 Show at 6pm February sees the Swill join in the Fringe 08 action and we take two of Neil LaBute's plays from his Autobahn collection for a spin.
        • Not tagged

      • Anybody got a "bench seat"?
        • 29 Jan 2008
        • Six O'clock Swill
        • We're looking for a specific set piece for our February show. It would be great to get our hands on a 70's era car bench seat, but really any car bench seat would do the trick. If you have one to lend, please get a hold of me via my mobile number 021 124 1794. Cheers, Walter
        • Not tagged

      • The December Swill...
        • 5 Dec 2007
        • Six O'clock Swill
        • December brings a sneak peak at On the Conditions and Possibilities of Helen Clark Taking Me as Her Young Lover* adapted from the book by Richard Meros.
        • Not tagged

      • Pics from November Swill
        • 1 Dec 2007
        • Six O'clock Swill
        • Photos from the November Swill The Intervention - by Jeff Whitty Office Palms - by Paul Rothwell Magnum: The Lost Episodes
        • Not tagged

      • Auditions!
        • 12 Nov 2007
        • Six O'clock Swill
        • The Swill is auditioning for a male actor for the December series.
        • Not tagged

      • Swiller makes good!
        • 7 Nov 2007
        • Six O'clock Swill
        • Our own Barry Lakeman's "Out of Mind" show gets some kudos from the Lumiere Reader. Check it out here: http://lumiere.net.nz/reader/arts.php/item/1382 Nick work Barry! Cheers, Walter
        • Not tagged

      • November Swill Poster
        • 3 Nov 2007
        • Six O'clock Swill
        • Save and forward to your friends! Special thanks to Mat Hunkin for his continued support of the Swill.
        • Not tagged

      • The Swill in November....
        • 14 Oct 2007
        • Six O'clock Swill
        • Thanks to everyone who came to see the Six O'clock Swill on 10-11 October, the feedback has been fantastic.
        • Not tagged

      • The lineup for October...
        • 11 Oct 2007
        • Six O'clock Swill
        • Coming soon to the Mighty Mighty - 104 Cuba Street, Wellington!! To kick off the Six O'clock Swill on the 10 & 11 October, we are presenting the following theatre for your viewing pleasure: COW - By Jo Randerson* Director - Gene Alexander Cast Dad - Phil Darkins Mum - Lorraine Ward American - Melissa Billington Beth - Marnie Thompson Policeman - Ben Fransham Louisa - Kate Conaglen Girl - Jasmine M'Nijel Farmhand - Jon Devine Collector - Jessica Manins Gerry - Nathan Green ON STORY - By Bill Wrubel Director - Steven Whiting Cast Arvin - Ben Fransham Betsy - Jennifer Thompson Nick - Phil Darkins Ken - Walter McGinnis Warren - Daniel Price Morley - Barry Lakeman MAGNUM: THE LOST EPISODES Director/Facilitator - Derek Flores Cast Jessica Manins Phil Darkins Jennifer Thompson Thom McGrath Melissa Billington Ben Fransham Walter McGinnis Keep checking this blog for more updates, info and gossip about the Swill! * By arrangement with Playmarket - Cow was originally commissioned by the Young & Hungry Youth Theatre through support from Creative New Zealand.
        • Not tagged

      • The Swill at the Schmooze
        • 28 Sep 2007
        • Six O'clock Swill
        • A bunch of the cast and crew of the first Six O'clock Swill be hanging out at the September Equity Schmooze at Downstage tonight starting at 5:30.
        • Not tagged

      • Magnum: The Lost Episodes
        • 22 Sep 2007
        • Six O'clock Swill
        • Canadian funny guy Derek Flores led our happy bunch of actors in an improvisation workshop in preparation for the Magnum section of the Swill.
        • Not tagged

      • Swill Merchandise...
        • 21 Sep 2007
        • Six O'clock Swill
        • ...is now available! After massive demand for Swill stuff (well, one person!), we have opened a shop. Check out The Swill Store - the buttons are my favourites!
        • Not tagged

      • COW Rehearsals
        • 20 Sep 2007
        • Six O'clock Swill
        • Rehearsals for COW are now underway and we are already seeing some great work by the cast. Jo Randerson's absurdist work provides some meaty characters and the actors are clearly relishing the challenge!
        • Not tagged

      • Pint Sized Theatre!
        • 11 Sep 2007
        • Six O'clock Swill
        • The Swill has arrived!! Here is the cool new poster for the Six O'clock Swill designed by Mat Hunkin (www.mathunkin.co.nz). Save this e-flyer and forward it to all your mates! The Six O'clock Swill is on at Mighty Mighty - 104 Cuba Street, Wellington. See you at the Swill!!
        • Not tagged

    Updated Feeds

    Recently updated feeds from local organisations.