Coffee and Jam #203. What an awesome day!
First Speakers: Tom Eason and Holly Chappell-Eason : Two Productions
The innovative theatre capital of New Zealand. Could this be Christchurch’s future? Well, Two Productions are passionate about making it happen! Formed over five years ago by partners Tom and Holly Eason, Two Prouctions are dedicated to growing Christchurch’s love for live theatre. They have three focus strands:
Watch the work. It’s all about building an audience for theatre by showcasing a range of awesome live performances. Grow the future. They have programmes that develop and support young people’s engagement in producing and exploring the arts. Bring the goods. Two Productions provides a great space for artists and performers from all over to rehearse and create content in right in the Arts Centre itself.
Two Productions have incredible, high quality work and they need your help to gain Christchurch’s trust of their brand. Moby Dick in running out of the Great Hall in the Arts Centre from the 18th – 21st April. This is an exciting, fast-paced reimagining of the story. Tickets are on iticket and are only $15 dollars each! Book now: https://www.iticket.co.nz/events/2017/apr/moby-dick
They are also looking for funding from awesome companies and businesses that will partner with them to make Christchurch the innovative theatre capital of New Zealand. Spread the word, tell your friends and family and get amongst it! For more information visit: http://www.twoproductions.co.nz
Second Speaker: Steven Moe from Parry Field Law speaking on Social Enterprise: a missing ingredient from the recipe?
A Social enterprise is a purpose driven enterprise that goes beyond making profit, by aiming to positively impact social and environmental change in the world. New Zealand has legal structures for Trusts with purpose and Companies for profit, but there is no in between. How do we challenge those extremes to allow a new legal structure to be formed so social that enterprise can flourish?
The Social Enterprise World Forum is being held in New Zealand later in the year, so now is an incredible opportunity to start this conversation. Steven is hosting 'Legal Mashup', a discussion session around the key legal issues that affect social enterprises, charities and not for profit organisations.
Thursday 4th May, 6 – 7pm at the XCHC. There are limited spaces so RSVP to Steven on: firstname.lastname@example.org For more details on the discussion visit Facebook: Legal Mashup for social enterprises and Charities. More from Steven: http://changeforgood.parryfield.com
Painting classes for beginners - at XCHC Friday 7th April 6:30pm. Supplies included and Food and Drinks available. Find out more on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/1579480602092232/
Muhammad Yunus the Nobel Peace Prize winner is speaking at the Charles Luney Auditorium 9th April at 4:30. There are still tickets available! Get them on eventbrite now: https://www.eventbrite.co.nz/e/muhammad-yunus-nobel-peace-prize-winner-tickets-31406798580
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