Niamh Campbell-Ward is a circus performer specialising in hula hoop and aerial arts. She aspires to blend the boundaries between circus, rhythmic gymnastics, dance and physical theatre to create her own special brand of performance. She looks forward to winning you over, one hula hoop at a time. Niamh also offers workshops and private lessons.
Peyton Morete is a 14-year-old singer-songwriter living on the Kapiti Coast. She has been performing regularly for the last four years in the Wellington and Manawatu area. As well as performing at many venues and music festivals she has won various awards. She has won Smokefree RockQuest Manawatu solo category for the last three years running. She also won the Wellington Super Star Talent Quest held in September. In December she won a spot in Def Jam NZ’s final performing for a talent scout from the States. Peyton performs mainly her own music which deals with lot of issues facing young people today. Her lyrics are very moving and mature for someone of her age. You can’t really put Peyton in a music genre category as her music is soulful, powerful and contemporary.
Her latest performance was her winning performance at SmokefreeRockQuest June 2nd.
Hi, I'm Peyton, and I am saving to go to Sweden with my Kapiti College Music group next year, a huge amount to save for.
My facebook page is
A wellington trio with roots in West Virginia old-time, the Faustians' music ranges from tub-thumping hillbilly hoedown songs to dark and mesmerising originals, with edgy mountain-forged vocals and sizzling harmonies, driven down by banjo, guitar and double bass.
Helena carried a wealth of tradition with her when she moved back to NZ after spending 10 years in West Virginia learning the banjo. She formed the group Cotton Daisy Backstep and began playing traditional Appalachian Mountain music at cafes, folk clubs, fairs and square dances around Wellington. They were part of a resurgence of interest in roots Americana music in NZ. Amongst the Old-time songs they performed was an emerging number of originals. While Cotton Daisy still plays the traditional music, for Helena the original songs became increasingly urgent and a more focused conduit was needed.
The Faustians was formed when Helena met Philip in June 2016 and they started playing together at home. Philip set out to learn old-time guitar and Ruby was recruited from just down the road to join them with the bass and harmony vocals. An album is planned for the end of this year to be followed by a tour of NZ.
The Faustians will be playing at Wrought Christmas Makers' Market from 12-1pm, 23rd December. Come along and enjoy their music while you have a bite to eat from Outpawed's fundraiser cafe!
get creative with COPPER CATKIN AND DOODLEBUM
Doodlebum and Copper Catkin both have illustrations available for your colouring pleasure. Doodlebum's colouring books are already available for sale, and Copper Catkin is testing new designs, some of which are available as colourable projects, and some will be available in the near future - so come and have some fun colouring in these great drawings. Colouring is great for mental health, and it's nice to take a moment to relax. Gold coin donations are appreciated to help cover costs and #SupportWrought
Hi, I'm Ange, from SilverCircus clothing.
SilverCircus Clothing started 12 years ago with me making clothes for my daughter and friends at playcentre, and is now my full-time job.
I design, draft patterns, screenprint and sew mainly childrenswear.
Other interests of mine include being part of the 'core crew' at the Petone Depot, a not-for-profit, volunteer-run, community-owned and funded venue, that started 4 years ago as a multi-use space for community-enriching groups, workshops, gigs, exhibitions, popups (including a weekly Tue/Wed SilverCircus pop-up shop), events, and activities to happen (and soon more foodie ones too! I'm part of a team building the Peoples Kitchen Petone - a community access commercial kitchen).
Currently I host the monthly CreateSpace, and Sewing Warmth project workshops and cook and DJ the regular Petone Open Mics.
As well as collecting fabric, I collect vinyl records and sometimes take them for a spin as DJ Danger. I play around Wellington and have a regular 'Sunday Soul Session' at the Sprig and Fern, Jackson St, Petone.
SilverCircus clothing specialises in Natural fibres, cotton, organic cottons, merino, wools, bamboo, linen and retro and vintage fabrics.
I'm also a core member of the Boomerang Bags Petone branch - come and sew your own bags at our stall-side workshop!
Chauffeured Trike Tours at wrought
Tour around central Lower Hutt on a VW powered Trike, 3 Wheels and the road at your feet - something you need to cross off your bucket list!!
Rides for up to two people at once - only $10 per person! Queue on the curbside (maybe grab a hot drink from Good vibes coffee while you wait?) and experience Trikn Tours!
Book a longer tour
Just a few minutes from Wellington's bustling CBD lie our city's scenic crown jewels: a series of wonderful, quiet bays, where the ocean laps quietly at the sand. Enjoy the tangy, salt, air and the warming sun. Add friendly cafes to the relaxed atmosphere and you can see why this is a great day out. Come and enjoy it with us.
Or why not design your own? Treat yourself and a loved one to an exciting, unforgettable ride. Tell us what you would like to see and we'll take you there. Whether as a birthday present, an anniversary present or a gift to clients, this is a great experience.
shop, make, eat, and be pampered!
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Let me paint a wonderfully luxurious Choc/charcoal/clay mask on your face, whilst it's setting I will give you an amazing coconut hand scrub and finish with a Miss Wairarapa SPF face cream after you wash off mask! Allow 20 minutes for $20! Booking recommended - at the Martygirl stall on the day.
Planting workshops at wrought october
Come along to the October Wrought market and make some fun planting projects with Jess from Aquatic plants! Contact Jess to book your spot in advance, or drop in on the day and book a spot at the workshop table.
what can i make?
You have three choices!
Product 1: Name: Medium size Wabi-kusa Basket (pre-made basket with nutrient soil inside) comes with peacock moss and 4 bunches of plants of your choice to make your creation.
$25 to make, plus $5 “get-you-started workshop fee” - 30min time slot, booked on the hour and half-hour.
Glass terrariums and dishes sold separately or you can use your own at home.
Product 2. Name: Large Kokodema Ball (Pre-made nutrient rich ball wrapped in twine for hanging) comes with a Borneo Sword Plant or Wheat plant or Japanese rush plant already inside it, plus 5 bunches of stem plants of your choice to add to the ball.
$35 to make, plus $5 “get-you-started workshop fee” - 30min time slot, booked on the hour and half-hour.
Product 3 Name: Medium sized Kokodema Peacock Moss Ball (Pre-made nutrient rich ball - not wrapped up yet because moss needs to go under fishing line) Comes with enough "Rare Peacock Moss" to cover the ball, fishing line, plus a swivel if it’s going to be hanging below the “pre-made tripod” or no swivel if it’s going to sit in the tripod.
$22 to make, plus $10 “get-you-started workshop fee” (more assistance required) - 30min time slot, booked on the hour and half-hour.
Tripod: sold separately; can be purchased pre-made for $10.
We are SUPER excited to have the team from Games Workshop: Lower Hutt on board for Wrought October!
The Warhammer universes are immersive, epic and fun! Our hobby is collecting, building, painting and playing games with Citadel miniatures. Some devote all of their time to one of these aspects, others enjoy them all. The only correct way is the one that is best suited to you. Come and visit us for a free demonstration game and painting lesson of Warhammer: Age of Sigmar or Warhammer 40,000 and find out more about the worlds of Warhammer.
So come along to Wrought Makers' Market and have a go at a new hobby - Labour Weekend Monday, 23rd October 2017, 10am to 3pm!
I'm Adi, creator & founder of MARTYGIRLskinfood, I was a chef, then a farmer on my 1100 acre farm, and when we moved to town I needed to do something with my life and so created Martygirl!
I felt Martinborough celebrated wine & olive oil but not its beautiful surrounding geographical areas & nobody was using its olive oil, lavender and wild botanicals! So products like Ngawhi Wahine face custard, Palliser Bay Mermaid Cleansing Gel, Tora Temptress Body Butter were born!
I handmake a 100% natural skincare product range using foraged weeds, herbs and botanicals from the roadside, my garden and our farm; beeswax & honey from our 60 hives we share-farm, Manuka & Kawakawa leaves and plantain also! I love helping people address their skin issues and getting nominated as a finalist in the Wellington Gold Green awards last July for Ethical & Sustainable practices showed me that I'm on the right path for recyling and using as many local ingredients as I can!