Online Performing Arts Classes
Updated 18 October 2021
TAPAC is running a variety of ONLINE classes for kids and adults to keep everyone creative and connected during lockdowns.
When it’s safe to return to our studios, we will return to running our regular performing arts programmes. You can browse our IN-STUDIO classes and register your interest to be notified when in-studio classes are open for enrolments.
If you have any questions about our online classes, please email our Education Coordinator Bleau at [email protected]
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Updated 11 October 2021
Term 4 Performing Arts Programmes
Following the announcement that Auckland will remain in Level 3 Step 1 until at least Monday 18 October, TAPAC’s Term 4 performing arts programmes will not be able to launch in our studios in the week of 18 October.
Over the next few days we will be working through options for starting our term programmes online.
If you have already enrolled in one of our Term 4 programmes, we will be in touch soon with all of the possible options for running your class. All Tim Bray drama classes will be run online.
We know how important it is that we all have a creative outlet and ways to connect in these stressful times, so we will do all that we can to keep our classes going. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
October Holiday Programmes
Unfortunately, ongoing Covid-19 alert level restrictions mean that we have had to cancel our October holiday programmes. If you have booked a programme, our Education Coordinator will be in touch soon to arrange your refund. Thank you for your patience and if you have any questions, please email [email protected]
Updated Tuesday 21 September 2021
TAPAC's Holiday Programmes can run when Auckland returns to Level 2.
We will find out if Auckland can move to Level 2 on Monday 4 October, so we have scheduled our holiday programmes to start from Thursday 7 October in the hope that we will be able to open by then.
We have restructured our October Holiday Programmes to work in a Level 2 environment, with smaller class numbers to allow for social distancing. This means that places are strictly limited.
Please note, if the programme needs to be cancelled due to Covid-19 restrictions or low enrolment numbers, you will receive a refund.
If you have booked a programme that was due to start between 4-6 October, will be in touch soon to organise your refund. If you have any questions, please email [email protected]
You can enrol in our holiday programmes HERE
COVID-19 case linked to TAPAC – Friday 13 August
Updated 11:00am Wednesday 25 August 2021
TAPAC has been advised by Auckland Regional Public Health that a visitor to TAPAC on Friday 13 August is a confirmed case of COVID-19.
If you were at TAPAC between 5.00pm-7.30pm on Friday 13 August, please call Healthline on 0800 358 5453 for advice.
You can find more details on the Ministry of Health’s Locations of Interest page HERE Please note, there are different instructions for different times. Please check the TAPAC listings entered on both 23 August and 24 August.
TAPAC Closed in Level 4
TAPAC is closed in Level 4 - this means no classes, bookings or events can be held at TAPAC.
If you attend a class at TAPAC, please check your class listing on our Classes page to find out whether your class will run online during Level 4. If you attend a class run by TAPAC and have any questions, please email [email protected] If you attend a community-run class held at TAPAC, please contact the class organiser with questions.
If you have booked a TAPAC studio during the lockdown period, we will do everything we can to be flexible and to help you reschedule your bookings once we are allowed to safely re-open. If you have any questions about your studio booking, please email [email protected]
If you have booked tickets to a theatre show impacted by the lockdown, we will be in touch to arrange a refund of your tickets. Please note, the show 'Four Friends and a Funeral', scheduled for 28 August, has been cancelled. You will be contacted to arrange a refund of your tickets.
We will continue to monitor the situation closely and will update you via email, on our website and through social media with any developments as the situation changes.
Take care everyone and we look forward to welcoming you back when it’s safe to do so.
Ngā mihi nui,
Executive Director, TAPAC