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|Sun 12 Sep ’10, 2:00pm||
Where: The Vic Cinema Cafe Theatre, 48-56 Victoria Rd, Auckland
Restrictions: All Ages
- General admission, no discounts: $5.00
Event listed by: MKWC
"Golden Weather" is a literary event about the life and work of leading New Zealand playwright Bruce Mason. Mason wrote "The End of the Golden Weather" and "The Pohutukawa Tree," which rank among New Zealand's favourite plays.
The event will feature a discussion about different aspects of Mason's life and work, with journalist Gordon McLauchlan, playwright Roger Hall, biographer Richard Corballis and Auckland Theatre Company Director Colin McColl. It will also feature a reading from his seminal work" Awatea", by leading actors from the Auckland Theatre Company.
This event is organised by the Michael King Writers' Centre as part of the North Shore Heritage Festival, with support from the North Shore City Council's Creative Communities Scheme.