Spots now securable for Magazine Awards

  • Media
  • May 17, 2011
  • StopPress Team
Spots now securable for Magazine Awards

It's one of the publishing industry's biggest nights and tickets to the 2011 Magazine Awards are now available. So pry open your wallet, air out your glad rags from the musty wardrobe and get ready to celebrate the best in the words and pictures business on Thursday 23 June at The Pullman Hotel in Auckland.

If you want a partner to come along and marvel at all the awards you pick up, discounted double tickets are on offer for $314 + GST. Single tickets are $165 + GST. And a table of ten is going for $1500 + GST.

The MPA has negotiated special room rates at the Pullman this year so you can continue to celebrate after the band has gone home. And it can even match you up with "compatible table mates" by request. Be still our beating heart.

Send all enquiries and ticket requests to mpa@mpa.org.nz.

 

 

All enquiries to mpa@mpa.org.nz - we can match you up with 'compatible table mates' by request

 

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Music-infused gin, or music-infused joke? Rogue Society Gin's unique distilling method

  • July 6, 2015
  • Johan Chang
Music-infused gin, or music-infused joke? Rogue Society Gin's unique distilling method

When most people think of the coupling of gin and music, more readily to their minds probably comes an image of drinking gin while listening to it. But Rogue Society Gin has come up with another idea, partnering up with Loop Recordings Aot(ear)oa, distilling gin while music is playing to create the “world’s first music-infused gin”. Part-PR stunt and part-absolute madness, even the makers themselves can’t tell us whether the gin actually tastes any different.

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