"William's Lessons of Love" consists of a series of famous scenes by William Shakespeare that address issues in today's society surrounding the topic of relationships.
The emotionally driven scenes are all set in an office space among a group of work colleagues. By bringing in the old, admired text and setting it in a context which is familiar to the audience, the characters become approachable and more relatable. An office environment has many dynamics and becomes a large part of people's social network. The short excerpts, accompanied by great food and live music creates a relaxed and light environment for a summer evening outing.
William's Lessons of Love
Waiheke Comedy Show Troupe presents 'Last Laughs' - featuring local and off shore Standup and their Improv Show team, performing a variety of short form improv and long form in the second half...
The gallery is proud to present the Small Sculpture Prize 2018 in association with Bayleys Waiheke and Te Motu Vineyard.
This is a National Award for an original free-standing or wall sculpture up to 800mm in any dimension. It has a Premier Prize of $3000 and a Merit Prize of $1000.
Maestro Raphael A. Lustchevsky returns to the stage of Whittaker's as part of the centenary celebrations of Poland's regained independence, to perform works by Chopin, Schumann, Liszt, Paderewski, de Falla and Gerschwin on Paderewski's piano.