Classes work with the OnTV in-house script, featuring three light news stories, three interviews plus the weather. The current script involves an upside-down house, a gang of criminal knitters and the invention of an invisibility cloak.

  • $7.50 per student for Wellington Schools OR $10.00 for schools outside of Wellington
  • Teachers and accompanying adults are admitted free
  • We have a minimum session charge of $150.00 for all school group sessions
  • We can host a minimum of 10 and maximum of 32 students per booking

: Our prices for school groups are subsidised by Ministry of Education funding. Prices vary for non-school groups. If you are a non school group and you wish to make a booking, please email bookingsed@experiencewellington.org.nz with your enquiry.


We had such a awesome time! It was definitely a highlight of our whole Wellington trip because it was a new fun experience to be doing something, rather than sitting back and just watching what other people created. Definitely a thumbs up!
I have never ever put different music in a part of a movie before. I only listen to music but I have never changed it to another piece of music before, this is one of the most: thrilling, cool, movitastic things I have ever done and it looks like this is just going to be the cooliest camp ever, one of the reasons is because of this.
To experience this is not just a pleasure, it is a privilege. I had so much fun making video games because I have played many, but made none until today, thank you so much!
My visit to Capital E was really great. I have many friends who produce music on their computers but I’ve never tried to do so myself. After this session however, I am definitely going to download Sony’s Acid when I get home. Overall great experience and a great teacher.
Really really enjoyed my trip here it was awesome!!!!! I loved it because there was no restrictions we got to put whatever we wanted or what felt right, it was easy to learn and i would definitely want to come back here again. Thanks Capital E!!!
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  • Laura

    I LOVED IT!! Being the sound person, mixing the music and controlling the mics was so much fun! It all went so smoothly and some of the characters were really cool. I really enjoyed my experience and hope to use some of these skills in the future. I have performed on stage in the Hutt Vally Gang Show and it was awesome to see how some of the behind the scenes of the filming went. Thanks sooooo much Capital E! 🙂 🙂

    • Kit

      Thanks so much for getting involved today Laura. Really glad you got so much out of running the show’s sound so well. Having specialised on sound through my time in film & TV it was a pleasure to see you nailing it so well. Great show today, one of those special ones where behind the scenes and the scenes themselves compliment one another for a slick and entertaining end product. A really fun group to tutor too and I can’t ask for much more than that in my role! 🙂

  • rebecca

    the capital “E” trip was a once in a life time opportunity thanks

  • rebecca

    the capital “e” experience was so much fun i leant new things and enjoyed myself and i think the whole class too. it was awesome to be here thanks 🙂 🙂 🙂 <3

    • Kit

      My pleasure Rebecca. Thanks for helping end our week – and term 1 2015 – on such a high note! 🙂

  • Harini

    It was cool how smoothly it all went. The guy explained things clearly so everyone knew exactly what to do. We thought the trip would be cheesy but it was actually really fun and cool. Thanks capital e.

    • Kit

      A pleasure hosting you all today Harini, and as I mentioned at session’s end, as weird as it sounds I’m glad as high schoolers you thought it might be a bit cheesy for your age range. Glad to say I think you all proved yourselves mistaken – it’s a darn professional studio we have at our new location and when students bring their A-game as you did today, we’re more than capable of responding with ours!

  • Anonymous

    thanks for the open opportunity to inspire myself to be the best i can- Leslie

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