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Shakespeare in the Park organisers are
busymaking contingency plans in case
the shows are affected by the weather
this weekend. The SIT Centrestage
Theatre in Don St has been booked to
accommodate audiences if rain is an
If your show is cancelled between
Tuesday and Friday, you may attend
any other show or one of the rained-out
contingency nights at SIT Centrestage
on either Thursday or Friday at 6.30pm.
If your show is cancelled on Saturday,
you can attend a Sunday show.
If the 1.15pm is cancelled on Sunday, you
may be able to attend the 5pm show.
Daily show announcements will be made
at midday on radio and on the
Shakespeare in the Park NZ Facebook
The two plays, each about 45 minutes
long, will be performed by the
entire company, with various
actors taking on at least
Entertainment news and previews
Concert aims to save Country Radio
Abbott and Bev
get behind a
next week to
Where: Invercargill Workingmen's Club
Corinthian Convention Centre
When: Sunday February 17, 1.30pm.
Who: 20 Southland country music artists
By LOUISE BERWICK
A small team of dedicated country music
lovers is hoping the community will get
behind a concert on Sunday to ensure the
survival of our local country music radio
Country Radio is holding its annual
concert at the Invercargill Workingmen's
Club Corinthian Convention Centre from
1.30pm on Sunday, raising money to keep
the station's equipment up to date.
The concert will present 20 country
music artists, ranging in age from 6 to
people in their 70s, with a range of
experience and talent.
Organiser Bev Winiata said it would be a
showcase of Southland's finest country
She said the concert had received a lot of
support from the artists, with more
offering to perform than slots available,
now they were just hoping the
community would back the concert too.
''The number of artists who came
forward and wanted to do the show was
Country Radio station owner Bryan Scott
was thrilled to have so much support
from the country music community.
''It's just amazing that people want to get
behind it, I feel really humbled.''
He said the station cost about $12,000 a
year to run and he had reached into his
own pocket to keep it afloat.
He did not run the station to make a
profit or as a business, simply because he
is passionate about country music and
wants it to be readily available to the
community, he said.
Money raised from the concert would go
towards replacing the transmitter in
Gore, which broke down and put the
station out of action.
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