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New Zealand is known for laid-back lifestyle, friendly people and multicultural balance. There are also happening events lined up throughout the year. If you are visiting the country soon, why not book NZ bus hire and attend these July events in style?
Singin’ In the Rain
Dramatizing the birth of Hollywood’s sound era, this witty show famous for its dance numbers and athletic song will take place on the 1st of July. Some key highlights include “Singin’ in the Rain”, “Good Morning” and “Make ‘em Laugh”. This is 1927, and the Jazz Singer of Al Jolson is surprising the world with a synchronised sound. Don Lockwood has acclaimed the stardom at silent film era of Hollywood, and when he falls in love with a girl, Line has her fired. With an eclectic combination of comedy, romance, glamour and dance, the show is sure to entertain you.
Mindfulness With Clay
Happening at the CoLiberate Studio in Wellington on the 3rd of July, the Mindful Clay is a delightfully amazing event and a connective way to hold alertness in one place. This is a great opportunity to regain your inner self in order to make way for a fast-paced life or to experiment with an unorthodox way of creativity. It’s going to be real fun, with an extra dose of wellbeing sessions curated to have an enriching experience of wellness.
Thursday ProNight: Premium Comedy
Featuring New Zealand’s headline acts, international guests, promising new faces and rising, the authentic ProNight has been featuring ever since 1997. Grab a table for your mates on the 6th of July and get some attractive discounts. To ensure a good seat, arrive at least 15 minutes before. The Classic is a licensed bar, where minors are not allowed without parents. Early night shows have an age restriction of fifteen years, accompanied by parents. Entry will not be given to intoxicated people!>
LEGO Mindstorms Robotics for Juniors
The Imagination Station in Christchurch will turn into a spot of Robotic session on the 11th of July, with a 60-minute assemble on mechanics, robotics and programming in an interactive way. There will be sensors, noises and some effort to impart some personality to our robot friend. They will be programmed to play and spin around with rotations and speeds to accomplish some challenges. There is no certain age to learn LEGO, so everyone is invited to come and participate, irrespective of your age and ability. There is a maximum capacity of 50 person per session.
Auckland Night Markets
Auckland Night Markets is a great destination for tourists and locals alike. Held across 6 locations in Auckland, the tradition started in Pakuranga in 2011. Ever since its inception, the Markets have come a long way, with all its popularity due to their plea to all age groups. There will be plenty of interesting sights, toys, fashion and food on offer. It’s a great night-out for family, where you can watch performances, hear live music and taste culinary delights from different cultures. Dance troupes, buskers and magicians will also offer additional entertainment.
Star Dome – Night Explorers
The Ara Institute of Canterbury in Christchurch will be Star Domed on the 18th of July, with an opportunity to discover the wonders of night sky. Science alive will be presenting an astronomical journey, as you will be taken on a voyage to explore and discover, by entering the portable planetarium. Take a live tour through the solar system, as you are guided in the dark sky of the night. This will be totally an immersive experience for the entire family, with lots to catch the eye.
Scheduled to be held on the 21st July in Wellington, Ngati is a drama of Pakeha and Maori families, which shows how citizens of this community handled public crisis that threatened to interrupt their traditional way of living. The play is set way back in 1948 in the community of Kapua, and the main concern is focused on the 12 year old son of Hine and Iwi, Ropata, who’s seriously ill. Iwi has more faith in tohunga’s healing powers rather than the local doctor. A young Aussie visits Dr Bennett, and as he involves in different ways of Pakeha and Maori crisis, he realises the connection he has with the community.
CRC Speedshow 2017
ASB Showgrounds will turn into an arena on the 23rd of July for the most exciting, diverse and largest automotive event in New Zealand, CRC Speedshow. It’s time to fuel your passion for automotive products, motorsport, bikes and cars, as the 11th edition of Speedshow will take over for a fantastic celebration displaying the best of custom creation, muscle cars, wild hot rods, motorsport celebrities, classics, race bikes, race cars and a lot of cool stuff from across the globe. There will be a large range of automotive services and products, with each show featuring a trademark line-up of exhibitors.
Drama Queens, Dress Ups, Make Believe & Musical Mayhem
Scheduled to take place on the 26th of July at the Western Springs Hall, this musical mayhem is one-of-a-kind event for children. They will act out characters while dressing themselves up and enjoying props, games and musical mayhem. The main focus of activities would be on stimulating kid’s curiosity, imagination and exploration, along with increasing gross motor development, spatial relations and increasing sensory awareness.
‘Par for the Corpse’ – Mid Winter Murder Mystery Dinner Show
Looking for an ideal mid-winter night out with some killer stuff on offer? Get on in the action on the 28th of July with a full evening of entertainment hosted by ‘The Prime Suspects’. Visitors will enjoy a sumptuous 3-course dinner with some mystery, high interaction, comedy and drama, giving a unique blend of challenging mystery and adult comedy. You are not required to come in fancy dresses to meet colourful characters of the story and witness it unfolding as the plot thickens. You will be given clue sheets to solve the mystery, and if you are successful in doing that, you may even win some great prizes!