The Gig Guide listings

The Original Wailers at East Coast Vibes in 2015. File picture

Gisborne Country Music Club
Marina Park, Friday, January 11, (6pm).


The Coolies
Dome garden bar, Friday, January 11, (9pm), free.


East Coast Vibes
Outdoor Theatre, January 11-12. Featuring Julian Marley, J Boog, Kora, Katchafire and others. To book tickets visit http://www.eastcoastvibes.co.nz


Queen Bee
Lynette Stankovich and Wally Te Ua present easy listening summer sounds at The White House, Saturday (12.30pm), free.


Joseph Walsh
Guitarist Jo Wa explores Jimi Hendrix guitar styles, the balladry of Neil Young, The Beegees and Stevie Wonder at Wrights Vineyard and Winery, Saturday (1.30pm), free entry.


Pink Floyd Tribute
Performed by Revival, a Hawke’s Bay based band with decades of experience. The White House, Saturday (8pm). Tickets $20+bf from www.eventfinda.co.nz


Big Blues Up
Featuring Shaken Not Stirred with Bullfrog Rata and Lazy Fifty. Smash Palace, Saturday (9pm). Tickets $20 from http://www.undertheradar.co.nz
Honey Jam featuring Kitt Higgins
Matawhero Wines, Sunday (1pm). Free. Bookings essential.

Coming up

Barleycorn
Marina Park, January 18 (6pm).


Strangely Arousing and DJ Straw Hat
The dub-funk fivesome band are here to entertain. Dome Room, January 18, (8.30pm), free entry, R18.


Sunsmash
Featuring Knights of the Dub Table, Dion Whaanga, Kings of Kaiaua and Loop Theorem. Smash Palace, January 19 (8pm). Tickets $25 from http://www.undertheradar.co.nz


Frank Burkitt Band
American roots music for all ages, with hints of jazz, blues and swing. Dome Room, January 24 (8pm). Tickets $25+bf from www.eventfinda.co.nz or 0800 289 849.


G‘n’I
Classic rock and easy-listening band. Marina Park, Friday, January 25 (6pm).


Smash 29th Birthday
Join the birthday celebrations at Smash Palace, Sunday, January 27 (3pm).


Erinsphere
Progressive, upbeat folk at the Dome garden bar, Sunday, January 27 (6pm). Free entry.

Theatre

The Luck of the Irish Operatunity
War Memorial Theatre, Friday, January 18 (11am). Tickets $35. Book at 0508 266 237 or http://www.operatunity.co.nz


Romeo and Juliet auditions
Unity Theatre, Ormond Road, Saturday, January 19 and Sunday, January 20 (3pm).

Visual arts

Exhibitions

Tairawhiti Museum
Ambitious Women, Gisborne suffragette movement,
Out of The Bedroom Into the Lounge, Jan Nigro. He Tirohanga ki Tai: Dismantling the Doctrine of Discovery. Hawaiiki Hou (New Horizons), works by Toihoukura students. Posing, Not Posing Exhibition, take a look back in time before selfie sticks and smartphones.


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


Ormond Road Cafe

Tony Ogle screenprints


Paul Nache Gallery
Works by Glen Hayward and Oliver King.


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


Muirs Bookshop Cafe
Works by Krystle Kelly.


Zest Cafe
Works by Janine McDiarmid.




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

Gisborne Country Music Club
Marina Park, Friday, January 11, (6pm).


The Coolies
Dome garden bar, Friday, January 11, (9pm), free.


East Coast Vibes
Outdoor Theatre, January 11-12. Featuring Julian Marley, J Boog, Kora, Katchafire and others. To book tickets visit http://www.eastcoastvibes.co.nz


Queen Bee
Lynette Stankovich and Wally Te Ua present easy listening summer sounds at The White House, Saturday (12.30pm), free.


Joseph Walsh
Guitarist Jo Wa explores Jimi Hendrix guitar styles, the balladry of Neil Young, The Beegees and Stevie Wonder at Wrights Vineyard and Winery, Saturday (1.30pm), free entry.


Pink Floyd Tribute
Performed by Revival, a Hawke’s Bay based band with decades of experience. The White House, Saturday (8pm). Tickets $20+bf from www.eventfinda.co.nz


Big Blues Up
Featuring Shaken Not Stirred with Bullfrog Rata and Lazy Fifty. Smash Palace, Saturday (9pm). Tickets $20 from http://www.undertheradar.co.nz
Honey Jam featuring Kitt Higgins
Matawhero Wines, Sunday (1pm). Free. Bookings essential.

Coming up

Barleycorn
Marina Park, January 18 (6pm).


Strangely Arousing and DJ Straw Hat
The dub-funk fivesome band are here to entertain. Dome Room, January 18, (8.30pm), free entry, R18.


Sunsmash
Featuring Knights of the Dub Table, Dion Whaanga, Kings of Kaiaua and Loop Theorem. Smash Palace, January 19 (8pm). Tickets $25 from http://www.undertheradar.co.nz


Frank Burkitt Band
American roots music for all ages, with hints of jazz, blues and swing. Dome Room, January 24 (8pm). Tickets $25+bf from www.eventfinda.co.nz or 0800 289 849.


G‘n’I
Classic rock and easy-listening band. Marina Park, Friday, January 25 (6pm).


Smash 29th Birthday
Join the birthday celebrations at Smash Palace, Sunday, January 27 (3pm).


Erinsphere
Progressive, upbeat folk at the Dome garden bar, Sunday, January 27 (6pm). Free entry.

Theatre

The Luck of the Irish Operatunity
War Memorial Theatre, Friday, January 18 (11am). Tickets $35. Book at 0508 266 237 or http://www.operatunity.co.nz


Romeo and Juliet auditions
Unity Theatre, Ormond Road, Saturday, January 19 and Sunday, January 20 (3pm).

Visual arts

Exhibitions

Tairawhiti Museum
Ambitious Women, Gisborne suffragette movement,
Out of The Bedroom Into the Lounge, Jan Nigro. He Tirohanga ki Tai: Dismantling the Doctrine of Discovery. Hawaiiki Hou (New Horizons), works by Toihoukura students. Posing, Not Posing Exhibition, take a look back in time before selfie sticks and smartphones.


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


Ormond Road Cafe

Tony Ogle screenprints


Paul Nache Gallery
Works by Glen Hayward and Oliver King.


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


Muirs Bookshop Cafe
Works by Krystle Kelly.


Zest Cafe
Works by Janine McDiarmid.




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

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