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Whole House Reuse Auction

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  • Mon 24 Aug ’15, 6:30pm – 10:00pm


Isaac Theatre Royal, 145 Gloucester St, Christchurch


All Ages

Tickets are selling fast for the Whole House Reuse Charity Auction.

Cantabrians are embracing this unique opportunity to bid for a one of a kind piece of Christchurch’s heritage. Handcrafted chopsticks, dining tables, shelves, jewellery, and even a kitchen bench made from a quake damaged home can be purchased at this remarkable event at the Isaac Theatre Royal on the 24th of August.

Items are currently being showcased at the Canterbury Museum where you are guaranteed to fall in love with at least five functional artworks.

Auction items have been crafted by local artists, crafts people, and community organisations from throughout New Zealand with the intention of changing attitudes about ‘waste’ and raising funds for an exciting new project.

The Rekindle team are developing a new socially and environmentally friendly product range designed by leading designers and top design students and made by people with an intellectual disability. This project will provide the opportunity for Kilmarnock Enterprises employees to learn new skills, find rewarding employment and contribute to their community.

The evening will be a special celebration inside the ornate Isaac Theatre Royal with fine food and drink provided by Yealands Estate, Addmore Elderflower, and Lizzie’s Cuisine.

Thanks to the generosity of sponsors Yealands Estate, Addmore Elderflower, Lizzie’s Cuisine, The Isaac Theatre Royal, Printing.com, and The Canterbury Museum, the organisers have been to halve the price of the tickets. This ensures the event is accessible to a greater cross section of Christchurch.

Get in quick as tickets are selling fast.

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