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Industry Announcement - Paper Plane Productions

Industry Announcement - Paper Plane Productions

We are pleased to announce the arrival of Paper Plane Productions.

Paper Plane Productions is a new Booking Agency offering expertise in booking all types of entertainment for all types of events.

The unique thing about Paper Plane Productions is this is a company about entertainment, run by an entertainer. The director has been performing, recording and managing bands for fourteen years and has a lot of experience with booking entertainers and coordinating events.

Therefore Paper Plane Productions offer a level of expertise that will benefit the client and the entertainer alike.

Paper Plane Productions can help you find the right entertainment for your event, whether it be music (jazz, classical, covers bands, DJs etc…), character actors, speakers, street performers, magicians and much more. We can also help you organise sound and lighting if needed.

On top of this Paper Plane Productions manages several acts and offers guitar tutoring.

Please visit or contact us directly for more information. We look forward to working with you!

Entertainment Booking Agency
Guitar Tuition
Management for: SPINNER, Bourbon Street Quartet and Danny McCrum
Booking agent for Debbie Harwood

Ph (09) 815 0977
Fax (09) 815 0947

PO Box 9816
Auckland NZ

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