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At the table are: Mrs Cratchit (Amelia Williams). Martha Cratchit (Maia Ingoe), Tiny Tim (Parker Anderson), Belinda Cratchit (Alice Long), Peter Cratchit (Christoffer Fraser) and Bob Cratchit (Dave Henderson). Picture supplied

Got something going on? Let The Guide know at guide@gisborneherald.co.nz or telephone 869-0630.

This week

House of Shem: Carl Perkins Tribute Tour: Dome Room, tomorrow, (8.30pm), $40 plus booking fee, http://www.theticketfairy.com

Carols on the Beach: Sing-a-long with Walter the Wiz Walsh and the Gisborne Concert Band. Waikanae Surf Life Saving Club, Saturday, 5.30pm.

Subset BC: With DJs Missing Link & Subsekretary. Dome garden bar, Saturday (8.30pm). $10 door, cash only.

AZ One: Reggae covers band. Saturday, (9pm), Smash Palace, $5 on the door.

Queen Bee: Sings classic hits and Xmas singalong. The White House, Sunday (1pm). Free entry.

The Band School: End of year concert: Join 80 students and staff jamming to 35 songs. Sunday, (2pm), War Memorial Theatre. $12 adult, $6 under 18s. Tickets at Raglan Roast.

TAO Kinjitanaka - Tairawhiti - The Tale of Kingitanga: War Memorial Theatre, Monday, December 10. Show one (midday, sold out), Show two (7pm). Adults $20, Kaumatua/Secondary School student $10, intermediate/primary school student $5, under 5 free - must sit on adult lap. Tickets: TaoTuranga@gmail.com

Coming up

Lola Sola Concert: Sydney-based Kiwi soul-bird. Smash Palace, December 14 (6.30pm). $10 cash only.

Troy Kingi + Tyna Keelan, The Pines and Rose Campbell: The Dome, December 14 (8pm), Tickets $30.

The Voice Gisborne: Wrights Winery - karaoke at the cellar door. December 15, (11am-4pm), free entry.

Lean On Me Concert: Suicide prevention and intervention. December 15, Hinerupe Marae, Paikea Street, Te Araroa (10am-6pm), free entry.

Teia Kennedy, Stranger Tides, Second Wave tour: Wright’s Vineyard and Winery, December 16, (1pm). Free entry.

Tiromoana Summer Concert Series: Pianist Lorelle McNaughton. December 16, 41 Winifred Street (2.30pm). Adults $25, student/child free.

Theatre

Mayhem and Murder: A fun ‘whodunnit?’ murder mystery with 1970s songs. Musical Theatre Gisborne Clubrooms, December 6-8, 7.30pm.

Evolution Theatre presents Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol: December 7-22, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays at 7.30pm, Sundays at 2pm. Evolution Theatre, 75 Disraeli Street. Tickets available from i-SITE or http://www.evolutiontheatre.org.nz. Adults $32, seniors $29, youth 17 and under $24.

Visual Arts

Exhibitions

Tairawhiti Museum: Wairere — Waterfalls, digital photographic compositions by Norm Heke, Ambitious Women, Gisborne suffragette movement, Out of The Bedroom Into the Lounge, Jan Nigro, Fresh Horizons, young artists exhibit their work alongside established artists and mentors until December 9. He Tirohanga ki Tai: Dismantling the Doctrine of Discovery opens tomorrow.

Takuahiroa collaboration: Exhibition by Kaaterina and Tai Kerekere, HB Williams Memorial Library, November 12 - January 11.

Tony Ogle screenprints: Ormond Road Cafe.

Paul Nache Gallery: Paintings by Scott Gardiner.

Verve Cafe: Works by Maiko Lewis-Whaanga and Blair Hindmarsh.

Muirs Bookshop Cafe: Works by Krystle Kelly

Zest Cafe: Works by Janine McDiarmid

At the flicks

ODEON MULTIPLEX

Mortal Engines: American-New Zealand co-production based on Philip Reeve’s book and with Peter Jackson and Fran Walsh among the producers and writers. Christian Rivers directed. In a post-apocalyptic steampunk world, entire cities have been mounted on wheels and motorised, and prey on one another.

Second Act: Jennifer Lopez stars as a mother with a second chance at a corporate career, thanks to a fake résumé.

The Children Act: Adapted by Ian McEwan from his own novel. Emma Thompson is the judge in a case in which a teenage boy and his parents, all Jehovah’s Witnesses, won’t allow a blood transfusion needed for leukaemia treatment. Stanley Tucci and Fionn Whitehead also star.

Creed II: Adonis Creed (Michael B. Jordan), guided by Rocky Balboa (Sylvester Stallone), meets the son of Ivan Drago, the boxer who killed Adonis’s father, Apollo, in the ring.

Beautiful Boy: Biographical film based on the memoirs Beautiful Boy: A Father’s Journey Through His Son’s Addiction, by David Sheff, and Tweak: Growing Up on Methamphetamines, by Nic Sheff.

Robin Hood: Latest version of the legend stars Taron Egerton, Jamie Foxx, Ben Mendelsohn, Eve Hewson and Tim Minchin.

The Grinch: Animated comedy based on Dr Seuss book How the Grinch Stole Christmas!

The Nutcracker and the Four Realms: Big-name cast in a film about a girl who, given a locked egg from her dead mother, sets out to retrieve the key.

Widows: A group of women attempt a heist to pay back a crime boss after their criminal husbands are killed on a botched job.

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald: Albus Dumbledore enlists former student Newt Scamander to help thwart Grindelwald’s plans to raise pure-blood wizards to rule over non-magical beings. Stars Eddie Redmayne and Jude Law.

Bohemian Rhapsody: Film tells the story of British rock band Queen, focusing on lead singer Freddie Mercury, up to the Live Aid performance at Wembley in 1985.

DOME CINEMA

In the Zone: Terrance Wallace has enabled over a hundred minority New Zealand teenagers to create educational and personal success through a scheme giving them access to influential schools. But with his own family affected by escalating violence in the US, he must choose between the Kiwi youngsters and his own community in Chicago.

The Dawn Wall: American rock climbers Tommy Caldwell and Kevin Jorgeson lived for weeks on the sheer vertical face of the Dawn Wall, a 3000-foot rock face in Yosemite National Park, California.

Pick of the Litter: Documentary that follows five Labrador Retriever puppies — from birth through months of intensive training with volunteers under the Guide Dogs for the Blind programme in California to the time for selection.

Kusama: Infinity: Yayoi Kusama has pushed boundaries in the art world. Coping with mental illness and growing old while continuing to devote her life to art, Kusama has created an enduring legacy.

Got something going on? Let The Guide know at guide@gisborneherald.co.nz or telephone 869-0630.

Got something going on? Let The Guide know at guide@gisborneherald.co.nz or telephone 869-0630.

This week

House of Shem: Carl Perkins Tribute Tour: Dome Room, tomorrow, (8.30pm), $40 plus booking fee, http://www.theticketfairy.com

Carols on the Beach: Sing-a-long with Walter the Wiz Walsh and the Gisborne Concert Band. Waikanae Surf Life Saving Club, Saturday, 5.30pm.

Subset BC: With DJs Missing Link & Subsekretary. Dome garden bar, Saturday (8.30pm). $10 door, cash only.

AZ One: Reggae covers band. Saturday, (9pm), Smash Palace, $5 on the door.

Queen Bee: Sings classic hits and Xmas singalong. The White House, Sunday (1pm). Free entry.

The Band School: End of year concert: Join 80 students and staff jamming to 35 songs. Sunday, (2pm), War Memorial Theatre. $12 adult, $6 under 18s. Tickets at Raglan Roast.

TAO Kinjitanaka - Tairawhiti - The Tale of Kingitanga: War Memorial Theatre, Monday, December 10. Show one (midday, sold out), Show two (7pm). Adults $20, Kaumatua/Secondary School student $10, intermediate/primary school student $5, under 5 free - must sit on adult lap. Tickets: TaoTuranga@gmail.com

Coming up

Lola Sola Concert: Sydney-based Kiwi soul-bird. Smash Palace, December 14 (6.30pm). $10 cash only.

Troy Kingi + Tyna Keelan, The Pines and Rose Campbell: The Dome, December 14 (8pm), Tickets $30.

The Voice Gisborne: Wrights Winery - karaoke at the cellar door. December 15, (11am-4pm), free entry.

Lean On Me Concert: Suicide prevention and intervention. December 15, Hinerupe Marae, Paikea Street, Te Araroa (10am-6pm), free entry.

Teia Kennedy, Stranger Tides, Second Wave tour: Wright’s Vineyard and Winery, December 16, (1pm). Free entry.

Tiromoana Summer Concert Series: Pianist Lorelle McNaughton. December 16, 41 Winifred Street (2.30pm). Adults $25, student/child free.

Theatre

Mayhem and Murder: A fun ‘whodunnit?’ murder mystery with 1970s songs. Musical Theatre Gisborne Clubrooms, December 6-8, 7.30pm.

Evolution Theatre presents Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol: December 7-22, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays at 7.30pm, Sundays at 2pm. Evolution Theatre, 75 Disraeli Street. Tickets available from i-SITE or http://www.evolutiontheatre.org.nz. Adults $32, seniors $29, youth 17 and under $24.

Visual Arts

Exhibitions

Tairawhiti Museum: Wairere — Waterfalls, digital photographic compositions by Norm Heke, Ambitious Women, Gisborne suffragette movement, Out of The Bedroom Into the Lounge, Jan Nigro, Fresh Horizons, young artists exhibit their work alongside established artists and mentors until December 9. He Tirohanga ki Tai: Dismantling the Doctrine of Discovery opens tomorrow.

Takuahiroa collaboration: Exhibition by Kaaterina and Tai Kerekere, HB Williams Memorial Library, November 12 - January 11.

Tony Ogle screenprints: Ormond Road Cafe.

Paul Nache Gallery: Paintings by Scott Gardiner.

Verve Cafe: Works by Maiko Lewis-Whaanga and Blair Hindmarsh.

Muirs Bookshop Cafe: Works by Krystle Kelly

Zest Cafe: Works by Janine McDiarmid

At the flicks

ODEON MULTIPLEX

Mortal Engines: American-New Zealand co-production based on Philip Reeve’s book and with Peter Jackson and Fran Walsh among the producers and writers. Christian Rivers directed. In a post-apocalyptic steampunk world, entire cities have been mounted on wheels and motorised, and prey on one another.

Second Act: Jennifer Lopez stars as a mother with a second chance at a corporate career, thanks to a fake résumé.

The Children Act: Adapted by Ian McEwan from his own novel. Emma Thompson is the judge in a case in which a teenage boy and his parents, all Jehovah’s Witnesses, won’t allow a blood transfusion needed for leukaemia treatment. Stanley Tucci and Fionn Whitehead also star.

Creed II: Adonis Creed (Michael B. Jordan), guided by Rocky Balboa (Sylvester Stallone), meets the son of Ivan Drago, the boxer who killed Adonis’s father, Apollo, in the ring.

Beautiful Boy: Biographical film based on the memoirs Beautiful Boy: A Father’s Journey Through His Son’s Addiction, by David Sheff, and Tweak: Growing Up on Methamphetamines, by Nic Sheff.

Robin Hood: Latest version of the legend stars Taron Egerton, Jamie Foxx, Ben Mendelsohn, Eve Hewson and Tim Minchin.

The Grinch: Animated comedy based on Dr Seuss book How the Grinch Stole Christmas!

The Nutcracker and the Four Realms: Big-name cast in a film about a girl who, given a locked egg from her dead mother, sets out to retrieve the key.

Widows: A group of women attempt a heist to pay back a crime boss after their criminal husbands are killed on a botched job.

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald: Albus Dumbledore enlists former student Newt Scamander to help thwart Grindelwald’s plans to raise pure-blood wizards to rule over non-magical beings. Stars Eddie Redmayne and Jude Law.

Bohemian Rhapsody: Film tells the story of British rock band Queen, focusing on lead singer Freddie Mercury, up to the Live Aid performance at Wembley in 1985.

DOME CINEMA

In the Zone: Terrance Wallace has enabled over a hundred minority New Zealand teenagers to create educational and personal success through a scheme giving them access to influential schools. But with his own family affected by escalating violence in the US, he must choose between the Kiwi youngsters and his own community in Chicago.

The Dawn Wall: American rock climbers Tommy Caldwell and Kevin Jorgeson lived for weeks on the sheer vertical face of the Dawn Wall, a 3000-foot rock face in Yosemite National Park, California.

Pick of the Litter: Documentary that follows five Labrador Retriever puppies — from birth through months of intensive training with volunteers under the Guide Dogs for the Blind programme in California to the time for selection.

Kusama: Infinity: Yayoi Kusama has pushed boundaries in the art world. Coping with mental illness and growing old while continuing to devote her life to art, Kusama has created an enduring legacy.

Got something going on? Let The Guide know at guide@gisborneherald.co.nz or telephone 869-0630.

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