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This week

Death Do Us Part Danger Show: Love Hurts cabaret circus show with knife throwing, sword swallowing, burlesque comedy and stunts. Smash Palace, Tonight, (7.30pm). Tickets $15 from eventfinda.co.nz

Michael Jackson HIStory Show: War Memorial Theatre, Tonight, (8pm). Tickets available from Stephen Jones Photography or TicketDirect.

Crooked Weather: “Indie meets world music meets traditional British folk”, Dome Room garden bar, Friday, free entry. (8pm).

The Search: Cosmopolitan Club, Friday, (8pm).

DJ Hitman Johnny: Spinning classics old and new at the Whitehouse, Friday and Saturday, (10pm until late).

Tiromoana summer concert series: Violinist Tony Zhai joined by husband and wife violinist Xin (James) Jin and pianist Xing Wang. Tiromoana, 41 Winifred Street, Saturday, (7.30pm). Tickets: $25. Students $10. For reservations, phone 868 6443 or email tiromoanasummerconcerts@gisborne.net.nz

Yossarian: Smash Palace, Saturday, (9pm). $10 door sales.

Ariana Henare: Playing live at Matawhero Wines, 189 Riverpoint Rd, Sunday (1-3pm).

COMING UP

Kevin Bloody Wilson: War Memorial Theatre, February 22, (8pm).

St Andrew’s Lunchtime Concert Series: Organist/pianist Ian Miles, pianists Coralie Hunter and Trish Tattle, and singers Gavin Maclean and Catherine Macdonald present Keyboard Cavalcade. St Andrew’s Church, February 23, (12.30pm) Admission Free. Donation or Koha to performers.

Gisborne Ukelele Underground: Popular monthly get-together for lovers of the instrument. Uke experience not essential. Featuring the G’zukers Good Time Band. Gisborne Bowling Club, 28 Wainui Road, Friday February 23, (7.30pm). $5.

G’zukers Good Time Band: Playing live at Matawhero Wines, Riverpoint Road February 25, (1-3pm).

Barleycorn: Performing at the Teddy Bears’ Picnic, Eastwoodhill, March 4.

The Marriage of Figaro, One Crazy Day: Presented by Wanderlust Opera. War Memorial Theatre, March 31, (7.30pm).

The Nutcracker: Performed by Moscow Ballet La Classique. War Memorial Theatre, May 7-8, (7.30pm)


At the flicks

ODEON MULTIPLEX
Black Panther (2D, 3D): After the death of his father, the King of Wakanda, T’Challa returns home to the isolated, technologically advanced African nation to succeed to the throne and take his rightful place as king.

Lady Bird: Oscar-nominated for best picture, director, original screenplay, actress and supporting actress. Coming-of-age comedy-drama about a girl (Saoirse Ronan) and her turbulent relationship with her mother (Laurie Metcalf).

Fifty Shades Freed: Thankfully, the Fifty Shades trilogy concludes with newly married Anastasia Steele (Dakota Johnson) and Christian Grey (Jamie Dornan) having to deal with fallout from their past. Also stars Kim Basinger.

Phantom Thread: Daniel Day-Lewis plays a 1950s London dressmaker whose life is turned upside down by a younger woman. Vicky Krieps as the lover and Lesley Manville as the dressmaker’s sister also star.

Molly’s Game: Jessica Chastain stars in this film about Olympic-class skier Molly Bloom, who ran a high-stakes poker game for a decade until the FBI arrested her. Aaron Sorkin wrote the screenplay, from Bloom’s book, and directed.

Broken: A former gang leader must choose forgiveness or revenge when his daughter is murdered by a rival gang. Made in Tairawhiti with local talent.

Darkest Hour: Prime Minister Winston Churchill leads a country on the edge of a precipice.

The Post: The first female newspaper publisher in the US and her editor do battle with the government over long-kept secrets.

Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri: A mother uses billboards to challenge the police to catch her daughter’s killer.

Maze Runner: The Death Cure: Young hero Thomas goes on a mission to find a cure for a deadly disease.

Ferdinand: Torn from his home, Ferdinand the bull rallies a misfit team to help him return.

Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle: Four teenagers discover an old video-game console and are drawn into it.

The Greatest Showman: Musical inspired by the life of P. T. Barnum.

DOME CINEMA

Loving Vincent: Each of this film’s 65,000 frames is an oil painting on canvas. A team of 125 painters, working in the style of Vincent van Gogh, thus created an animated biographical drama about the artist. In the process they composed more than 56,000 paintings.

The Music of Silence: Andrea Bocelli tells his story through alter ego, Amos Bardi. Bardi’s life was full of challenges from an early age. He was born in a small village near Tuscany with the gift of a beautiful voice but an illness which left him almost blind.

Eric Clapton: Life in 12 Bars: The legendary 18-time Grammy Award-winner is profiled in this documentary tribute directed by Oscar-winning producer Lili Fini Zanuck (Driving Miss Daisy).

The Hero: Ageing western star (Sam Elliott) strikes up a relationship with a much younger woman and tries to reconnect with his estranged daughter, all the while searching for a role to cement his legacy.

EXHIBITIONS

Dreamspace: Exhibition of works by Peter Harris, 61 Carnarvon Street.

Tairawhiti Museum: Toru Tekau, a celebration of the 30th anniversary of a new movement in ceramics, Ngā Kaihanga Uku — Maori Clay Artists. Myopia, Follow My Journey — Phillipa Knight, until February 18. Kete-Puawai — Basket of Evolution, until February 25. Hei Puru Rourou — Toihoukura, until February 11. The Company of Potters, explores creative/social relations linking three kilns and New Zealand ceramicists, opens tomorrow.

Te Kuwatawata gallery: Te Whare Ripene, an exhibition of ribbon weaving by Te Aitanga a Hauiti artists.

Paul Nache Gallery: Evan Woodruffe.

Muirs Bookshop Cafe: Lottie Lu postage stamp work by Janine McDiarmid.

Zest Cafe: Photographs of NZ native birds by Neil Foster and wildlife-inspired paintings by Joanne Foster.

Verve Cafe: Works by Richard Rogers.

Something on? Let The Guide know at guide@gisborneherald.co.nz, or call 869-0630

Something on? Let The Guide know at guide@gisborneherald.co.nz, or call 869-0630

This week

Death Do Us Part Danger Show: Love Hurts cabaret circus show with knife throwing, sword swallowing, burlesque comedy and stunts. Smash Palace, Tonight, (7.30pm). Tickets $15 from eventfinda.co.nz

Michael Jackson HIStory Show: War Memorial Theatre, Tonight, (8pm). Tickets available from Stephen Jones Photography or TicketDirect.

Crooked Weather: “Indie meets world music meets traditional British folk”, Dome Room garden bar, Friday, free entry. (8pm).

The Search: Cosmopolitan Club, Friday, (8pm).

DJ Hitman Johnny: Spinning classics old and new at the Whitehouse, Friday and Saturday, (10pm until late).

Tiromoana summer concert series: Violinist Tony Zhai joined by husband and wife violinist Xin (James) Jin and pianist Xing Wang. Tiromoana, 41 Winifred Street, Saturday, (7.30pm). Tickets: $25. Students $10. For reservations, phone 868 6443 or email tiromoanasummerconcerts@gisborne.net.nz

Yossarian: Smash Palace, Saturday, (9pm). $10 door sales.

Ariana Henare: Playing live at Matawhero Wines, 189 Riverpoint Rd, Sunday (1-3pm).

COMING UP

Kevin Bloody Wilson: War Memorial Theatre, February 22, (8pm).

St Andrew’s Lunchtime Concert Series: Organist/pianist Ian Miles, pianists Coralie Hunter and Trish Tattle, and singers Gavin Maclean and Catherine Macdonald present Keyboard Cavalcade. St Andrew’s Church, February 23, (12.30pm) Admission Free. Donation or Koha to performers.

Gisborne Ukelele Underground: Popular monthly get-together for lovers of the instrument. Uke experience not essential. Featuring the G’zukers Good Time Band. Gisborne Bowling Club, 28 Wainui Road, Friday February 23, (7.30pm). $5.

G’zukers Good Time Band: Playing live at Matawhero Wines, Riverpoint Road February 25, (1-3pm).

Barleycorn: Performing at the Teddy Bears’ Picnic, Eastwoodhill, March 4.

The Marriage of Figaro, One Crazy Day: Presented by Wanderlust Opera. War Memorial Theatre, March 31, (7.30pm).

The Nutcracker: Performed by Moscow Ballet La Classique. War Memorial Theatre, May 7-8, (7.30pm)


At the flicks

ODEON MULTIPLEX
Black Panther (2D, 3D): After the death of his father, the King of Wakanda, T’Challa returns home to the isolated, technologically advanced African nation to succeed to the throne and take his rightful place as king.

Lady Bird: Oscar-nominated for best picture, director, original screenplay, actress and supporting actress. Coming-of-age comedy-drama about a girl (Saoirse Ronan) and her turbulent relationship with her mother (Laurie Metcalf).

Fifty Shades Freed: Thankfully, the Fifty Shades trilogy concludes with newly married Anastasia Steele (Dakota Johnson) and Christian Grey (Jamie Dornan) having to deal with fallout from their past. Also stars Kim Basinger.

Phantom Thread: Daniel Day-Lewis plays a 1950s London dressmaker whose life is turned upside down by a younger woman. Vicky Krieps as the lover and Lesley Manville as the dressmaker’s sister also star.

Molly’s Game: Jessica Chastain stars in this film about Olympic-class skier Molly Bloom, who ran a high-stakes poker game for a decade until the FBI arrested her. Aaron Sorkin wrote the screenplay, from Bloom’s book, and directed.

Broken: A former gang leader must choose forgiveness or revenge when his daughter is murdered by a rival gang. Made in Tairawhiti with local talent.

Darkest Hour: Prime Minister Winston Churchill leads a country on the edge of a precipice.

The Post: The first female newspaper publisher in the US and her editor do battle with the government over long-kept secrets.

Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri: A mother uses billboards to challenge the police to catch her daughter’s killer.

Maze Runner: The Death Cure: Young hero Thomas goes on a mission to find a cure for a deadly disease.

Ferdinand: Torn from his home, Ferdinand the bull rallies a misfit team to help him return.

Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle: Four teenagers discover an old video-game console and are drawn into it.

The Greatest Showman: Musical inspired by the life of P. T. Barnum.

DOME CINEMA

Loving Vincent: Each of this film’s 65,000 frames is an oil painting on canvas. A team of 125 painters, working in the style of Vincent van Gogh, thus created an animated biographical drama about the artist. In the process they composed more than 56,000 paintings.

The Music of Silence: Andrea Bocelli tells his story through alter ego, Amos Bardi. Bardi’s life was full of challenges from an early age. He was born in a small village near Tuscany with the gift of a beautiful voice but an illness which left him almost blind.

Eric Clapton: Life in 12 Bars: The legendary 18-time Grammy Award-winner is profiled in this documentary tribute directed by Oscar-winning producer Lili Fini Zanuck (Driving Miss Daisy).

The Hero: Ageing western star (Sam Elliott) strikes up a relationship with a much younger woman and tries to reconnect with his estranged daughter, all the while searching for a role to cement his legacy.

EXHIBITIONS

Dreamspace: Exhibition of works by Peter Harris, 61 Carnarvon Street.

Tairawhiti Museum: Toru Tekau, a celebration of the 30th anniversary of a new movement in ceramics, Ngā Kaihanga Uku — Maori Clay Artists. Myopia, Follow My Journey — Phillipa Knight, until February 18. Kete-Puawai — Basket of Evolution, until February 25. Hei Puru Rourou — Toihoukura, until February 11. The Company of Potters, explores creative/social relations linking three kilns and New Zealand ceramicists, opens tomorrow.

Te Kuwatawata gallery: Te Whare Ripene, an exhibition of ribbon weaving by Te Aitanga a Hauiti artists.

Paul Nache Gallery: Evan Woodruffe.

Muirs Bookshop Cafe: Lottie Lu postage stamp work by Janine McDiarmid.

Zest Cafe: Photographs of NZ native birds by Neil Foster and wildlife-inspired paintings by Joanne Foster.

Verve Cafe: Works by Richard Rogers.

Something on? Let The Guide know at guide@gisborneherald.co.nz, or call 869-0630

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