Monthly Archives: October 2019

IO 2019

4, 5, 6 December 2019
Te Ahu

Call to Maori artists

IO, Ko Te Putake O Nga Ao Katoa

Indigenous Artists in the Far North are invited to submit an original piece for an exhibition on the theme of IO during this three day event. This is an opportunity to exhibit and sell your artworks.


Far North Whanau Feud

Sunday 20 October, 2019 Te Ahu Doors open: 3pm Entry: Gold coin Far North Whanau Feud 2019 hosted by Te Ikanui Kingi-Waiaua at Te Ahu. Doors open 3pm with gold coin entry. Kai available for purchase. To audition, fill out an entry form on ‘Shine On Kaitaia’ Facebook page. There is a $1000 prize from PaknSave with other prizes up for grabs. Video auditions close Monday 14 October. Continue Reading


Tuesday 26th November – Little Theatre Te Ahu Doors open: 6.30 pm – Show Starts: 7 pm Intermission: 8-8.20 pm     Show Ends: 9.30 pm This event is R16. Tickets are available from Te Ahu Cafe (Monday to Friday 8.30am to 2.30pm), Te Ahu Bookings (Monday to Friday 8.30am to 5pm) & Te Ahu Cinema (Saturday & Sunday 10am to 8pm) Tickets are $70.00 plus $2.50 booking fee – Total: $72.50. Continue Reading

Dr Tom’s Walk The Talk Wellness Tour

Wednesday, November 6th Te Ahu Little Theatre Starts: 7pm Emergency department doctor, Dr. Tom talks health, wellbeing and how to stay out of the emergency department, as well as a short walk open to everyone to join and learn about health & wellbeing. Talk: Wednesday, November 6th 7pm Te Ahu Little Theatre Walk: Thursday, November 7th 8.30am, Shipwreck Bay, Ahipara Continue Reading


Rating: PG – Duration: 101 minutes Saturday 21st March, 2.30pm Sunday 22nd March, 10.30am Robert Downey Jr. electrifies one of literature’s most enduring characters in a vivid reimagining of the classic tale of the man who could talk to animals: Dolittle. After losing his wife seven years earlier, the eccentric Dr. John Dolittle (Downey), famed doctor and veterinarian of Queen Victoria’s England, hermits himself away behind the high walls of Dolittle Manor with only his… Continue Reading


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