This week's Guide listings

Subset BC

Local band playing “dark groove, cinematic bass”. Smash Palace, Saturday (8pm) $5.

Hobnail Blue Sky Songs Tour

Classic celtic country folk performed live. Thursday, April 19, Dome Room, (8-10.30pm). Tickets $20 plus booking fee from Eventfinda.co.nz

Coming up

Hopetoun Brown and the genius of Finn Scholes. Dome Room, April 24. Tickets $28 from Aviary (cash only) or I-Site.

The Timeliners on Tour

Neil Worboys, Maurice Priestley and Stephen Carlyle play acoustic rootsy blues. April 27. Smash Palace, 24 Banks St, (6-8pm), free, R18.

Gisborne Ukelele Underground

Special guests Big Muffin Serious Band. Gisborne Bowling Club, 28 Wainui Road. Uke or experience not essential. April 27, (7.30pm) $5.

Looking for Alaska

Calling Out single release tour. Upbeat pop-folk five-piece band. Dome Room, April 27 (8pm) $15+ bf. Tickets eventfinda.co.nz or 0800 289 849.

10 Guitars Tribute Show

Cosmopolitan Club, April 27 (8pm) $15 for members, $20 for non-members.

Heath Franklin’s Chopper — Bogan Jesus

War Memorial Theatre, Wednesday May 2, (7.30pm).

The Nutcracker

Moscow Ballet La Classique, War Memorial Theatre, May 7-8 (7.30pm).

Timeless Treasures

Gisborne Choral Society presents a concert of folk songs through the ages. St Andrew’s Church, Sunday, May 9 (2pm).

The Palace Dance Studio

Ignite the Crown, War Memorial Theatre, Sunday, May 13 (7pm).

The Bootleg Beach Boys

War Memorial Theatre, August 9 (8pm).

The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra

Classical hits. War Memorial Theatre, Thursday, September 6 (7pm).

The ABBA Show

Presented by Showtime Entertainment, Sunday December 2, (7pm).

Theatre

Popcorn, by Ben Elton

Unity Theatre, opening night tomorrow, April 13, (7.30pm), Matinees Saturday and Sunday (4pm). April 17-20, (7.30pm). Tickets $20 from i-Site.

He Kura E Huna Ana

Taki Rua productions presents this acclaimed te reo Māori production. He Kura E Huna Ana tells of the origins of pounamu in Arahura Valley. Written by Hōhepa Waitoa and directed by Nancy Brunning. War Memorial Theatre, Friday June 22, (7pm).

Got something going on? Let The Guide know at guide@gisborneherald.co.nz,

or tel 869 0630

Subset BC

Local band playing “dark groove, cinematic bass”. Smash Palace, Saturday (8pm) $5.

Hobnail Blue Sky Songs Tour

Classic celtic country folk performed live. Thursday, April 19, Dome Room, (8-10.30pm). Tickets $20 plus booking fee from Eventfinda.co.nz

Coming up

Hopetoun Brown and the genius of Finn Scholes. Dome Room, April 24. Tickets $28 from Aviary (cash only) or I-Site.

The Timeliners on Tour

Neil Worboys, Maurice Priestley and Stephen Carlyle play acoustic rootsy blues. April 27. Smash Palace, 24 Banks St, (6-8pm), free, R18.

Gisborne Ukelele Underground

Special guests Big Muffin Serious Band. Gisborne Bowling Club, 28 Wainui Road. Uke or experience not essential. April 27, (7.30pm) $5.

Looking for Alaska

Calling Out single release tour. Upbeat pop-folk five-piece band. Dome Room, April 27 (8pm) $15+ bf. Tickets eventfinda.co.nz or 0800 289 849.

10 Guitars Tribute Show

Cosmopolitan Club, April 27 (8pm) $15 for members, $20 for non-members.

Heath Franklin’s Chopper — Bogan Jesus

War Memorial Theatre, Wednesday May 2, (7.30pm).

The Nutcracker

Moscow Ballet La Classique, War Memorial Theatre, May 7-8 (7.30pm).

Timeless Treasures

Gisborne Choral Society presents a concert of folk songs through the ages. St Andrew’s Church, Sunday, May 9 (2pm).

The Palace Dance Studio

Ignite the Crown, War Memorial Theatre, Sunday, May 13 (7pm).

The Bootleg Beach Boys

War Memorial Theatre, August 9 (8pm).

The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra

Classical hits. War Memorial Theatre, Thursday, September 6 (7pm).

The ABBA Show

Presented by Showtime Entertainment, Sunday December 2, (7pm).

Theatre

Popcorn, by Ben Elton

Unity Theatre, opening night tomorrow, April 13, (7.30pm), Matinees Saturday and Sunday (4pm). April 17-20, (7.30pm). Tickets $20 from i-Site.

He Kura E Huna Ana

Taki Rua productions presents this acclaimed te reo Māori production. He Kura E Huna Ana tells of the origins of pounamu in Arahura Valley. Written by Hōhepa Waitoa and directed by Nancy Brunning. War Memorial Theatre, Friday June 22, (7pm).

Got something going on? Let The Guide know at guide@gisborneherald.co.nz,

or tel 869 0630

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