Awards gala dinner and festivities

 

Shed 10, Auckland
(89 Quay St, Auckland)
29 February 2020, 6pm onwards
Black tie, three-course dinner and dancing
Emcee Madeleine Sami
DJ Bronson

The New Zealand Primary Healthcare Awards | He Tohu Mauri Ora awards night will be a glittering black-tie event for more than 550 people at the Auckland waterfront’s Shed 10 on 29 February 2020. 

Time:

Doors will open at 6pm, however we ask that finalists and judges arrive at 5.45pm to allow time for photo's prior. The three-course meal and ceremony are due to end at 10.15pm. The dance floor will then open until late.

 

Attire: 

The Awards is a Black Tie event, so think ball gowns and tuxedo's..... however we know it's going to be HOT, so if you're more comfortable in a cocktail dress or suit, we are sure you will look just as nice. Shed 10 is an older building with a wooden floor, so we also recommend being conscious of your footwear.

 

Health & Safety:

We ask that all guests drink responsibly and take appropriate transport at the end of the event. Intoxicated persons will be asked to leave. 
 

Transport:

We recommend organising transport to the venue as there is no on-site parking and a large portion of Quay St is under construction.

Photos:

Remember to share your photos on your preferred social media platform with #PrimaryStarsNZ.

SO/Auckland - Feel the Pulse


SO/Auckland invites guests of the New Zealand Primary Healthcare Awards | He Tohu Mauri Ora to continue celebrating at their roof top bar SO HI after the Gala. This is not sponsored by the Awards and will be a cash-bar.

The event will celebrate and showcase the best of the best across primary healthcare.

 

Enjoy a night out with great entertainment and gourmet three-course dinner. Find out which teams and individuals have won the prestigious NZ Primary Healthcare Awards and mingle with some of New Zealand’s leading healthcare professionals and representatives from government, non-government and private industry.

 

It’ll be a real who’s who of New Zealand primary healthcare and you do not want to miss out!

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Our Emcee for the night - Madeleine Sami

Madeleine is one of New Zealand’s most acclaimed character actors and has been awarded with an AFTA for Best Performance by an Actress and Best Comedy script at SWANZ.

 

She also wrote and starred in the US’ ABC comedy presentation of 'Super City', then co-wrote, co-directed and co-starred in The Breaker Upperers.

 

Madeleine has starred in a multitude of television and film productions including Taika Waititi’s Shadows, Jane Campion’s Top of the Lake, The Jaquie Brown Diaries, Sione's Wedding 1 & 2, Outrageous Fortune, Bro Town, The Insider Guide to Happiness, and Ice House.

 

Madeleine is a talented MC and event host - combining her comedic prowess with her innate ability to think on her feet. To add something special to an event, she is also an acclaimed musician and is in a band with her two sisters, Anji and Priya.

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