NOVEMBER 21: Live & Local

Who’s absolutely hanging out for a night out with some live music???
Now we’re back at level 2, this Sunday’s Live & Local is ON. Yuss!

21st November at 7pm, Upstairs in the Theatre Workshop (Whare Tapere) at Old School.

Raglan Old School, 5 Stewart Street, Raglan. Koha entry, doors open 6.30. Snacks and drinks available.
Level 2 protocols apply – please sign in, masks are encouraged, be seated 1m from people you don’t know and use 1m distancing on stairs and in entranceways.

But otherwise – come and hear some good local performers and catch up with people you know!

Don’t miss Live & Local’s stunning local line-up. Parabola West’s sound is a lush mix of piano, Celtic folk, and electronica with a dash of fantasy.

Inspired by the local music scene, Sasha Kirkwood began writing original music around 12 years old, and hasn’t stopped since.

Added to this, mix are the tunes of lefthanded guitarist Marten Ten Broek.

NOVEMBER Live & Local


Parabola West

Parabola West is the artist name of Raglan-based singer & songwriter Amy Tucker West. Her sound is a lush mix of piano, Celtic folk, and electronica with a dash of fantasy. “Think of it like mixing Loreena McKennitt with your favourite female-fronted synthpop band and then adding a dash of Middle-earth.”

West is currently preparing the release of her debut album, scheduled to drop in early 2022. This album is entirely recorded at 432Hz to create healing frequencies.


Sasha Kirkwood

Growing up in Whaingaroa, Raglan, Sasha has been constantly surrounded by an incredible music scene and amazingly talented locals her whole life, inspiring her to pursue performing herself. She enjoys busking at local markets and performing in musicals.

Sasha began writing original music when she was around 12 years old, and hasn’t stopped since. Her songs are about whanau, friendships or hard times we’ve all been through.


Marten Ten Broek

Marten Ten Broek has no single moment in actual silence. Hearing damage has cicadas zipping as they do in summer, even in the midst of the stillest winter night. The cicadas never stop, never. The only way to drown them is with guitars.

If you are interested in performing in future concerts, contact Penni at

Sponsored by Ministry of Social Development’s Covid Resilience Fund, Raglan Light & Sound and Mark Frost – Bayley’s Real Estate.

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