On Thursday 2 October we have the chance to be amongst the first to see Lorae Parry's new play "Kate and Mrs Jones" at the Pacific Playhouse.

Kate and Mrs Jones tells the story of Francesca Jones, a first-time candidate for parliament, contesting a seat held by an arch conservative. She's the wife of a former All-Black and the mother of a dope-smoking teenager. Kate Lawrence is a high-profile TV journalist, single and sexy, with a private past. She's angling for a top new current affairs job, with an ambitious young man as her rival. Set in the run-up to the 2008 elections in New Zealand, "Kate & Mrs Jones" is a comedy, a love-story, and a reflection on the problems women face on the path to power.
For £18 you'll receive a ticket to this fantastic show, a complimentary glass of wine, and the warm fuzzy feeling that comes from contributing to our campaign! We'll also have a very special guest. You'll find more details about the play here. To reserve your spot at this event, please contact Jacinda at

Volunteers needed: Toast New Zealand, 27 September

Toast New Zealand (a day of home grown food, drink and entertainment) will take place on 27 September from 12.00- 8.00pm at Kensignton Olympia. We'll have a team of people enroling expats outside the venue, but we need more helpers! If you're heading to this event, or available to lend a hand for a couple of hours, please contact Priya at

Wanted: Volunteers for election leafleting

In the 17 days before the election (date yet to be announced) we'll be distributing leaflets at train stations in the most popular Kiwi residential areas. We're looking for someone to help co-ordinate this work, as well as volunteers to assist with distribution. If you're interested or want to find out more, please contact


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I'd like so much plays because it's a kind of art, that's the reason I'd like to see "Kate and Mrs Jones" because I've heard the plot is excellent.m10m