Gig guide for Thursday March 14, 2019

Celebrate St Patrick's day with Barleycorn at the Rivers on Sunday.

Runtingz 2019
Reggae and hip-hop from Lion Rezz, Israel Starr, Swiss and others. The White House, tomorrow, 9pm, tickets $25+bf early bird or $30+bf at www.tickets.ticketspace.co.nz


Barleycorn
Celebrate St Patrick’s Day with Irish music from Barleycorn and other bands. Dress up in your green hats, green hair and leprechaun ears. The Rivers, Sunday, 1pm.


Musical afternoon with Carl Doy
Pianist Carl Doy plays old and new songs, Kiri Te Kanawa Retirement Village, Tuesday, 1.30pm, tickets $15 for Ryman friends. Book at 863 3639.


Leaving Jackson: The Johnny Cash & June Carter Show
Tribute to country and western legends, War Memorial Theatre, Wednesday, 7pm. Tickets from Stephen Jones Photography or eventfinda, $69.50 adult, $59.50 senior/student with ID, $29.50 child under 15.

COMING UP

David Shanhun + Matt Glass and The Loose Cannons
Dome Room, March 22 (8pm), Tickets $20 at the door.


Sweet Dreams and other stories in song
Chris Green, joined by local singer Lulu Vermeulen and Wellington pianist Thomas Nikora with short human stories in song. Unity Theatre, March 23 (7.30pm), March 24 (3pm), tickets $20.


Trevor Shaskey Live
Playing all your favourite tunes. Gisborne Cosmopolitan Club, March 29 (8pm), free.


Skinny Hobos: The Lucifer Tour
Smash Palace, March 30 (7pm), tickets $20-30 from www.undertheradar.co.nz


Stretch: The Chasing Summer Tour
A bittersweet blend of folk, soul and rock. EastEnd Cafe, Wairoa, March 30 (8pm), tickets $20+bf phone 0800 289 849 or eventfinda.co.nz


Bach’s St John Passion
Gisborne Choral Society with Wellington City organist Douglas Mews, St Andrew’s Church, March 31 (2pm), $25 adults, $10 students at door.


Mere Boynton and Friends
Mere Boynton with classical guitarist Chaitanya Temepara and taonga puoro player Norm Heke at Eastwoodhill Arboretum, March 31, Tickets from tinyurl.com/yxht3oog or evntfinda, $30+bf adult, under 18s free.

THEATRE

Sylvia
A found dog comes between New York empty-nesters Greg and Kate in AR Gurney’s comedy, Evolution Theatre, March 14-16 and 21-23 (7.30pm). Matinee this Sunday (2pm).


Under
A play written for Chris Green about the disappearance of a headstrong athlete/artist. Unity Theatre, March 14-20 (7.30pm), tickets $20.

VISUAL ARTS

Exhibitions

Tairawhiti Museum
Out of The Bedroom Into the Lounge, Jan Nigro, March 1-24, Posing, Not Posing Exhibition, takes a look at photography before smartphones and selfie sticks March 1-31. Phyllis Underdown - Retrospective collection of Gisborne scenes including Sponge Bay.


Tony Ogle screenprints
Ormond Road Cafe.


Paul Nache Gallery
Works by Matthew Couper.


Verve Cafe
Works by Conor Jeory.


Muirs Bookshop Cafe
Works by Annabelle Dowding.


Life drawing at Lysnar House
Eight week programme started February 4 (7pm). Gisborne Artists Society members $50, non-members $60, or $8 a session for GAS members, $10 non-members. Bring paper, large paper clips and drawing materials. For more information, call Chris at 868 3422.


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

Runtingz 2019
Reggae and hip-hop from Lion Rezz, Israel Starr, Swiss and others. The White House, tomorrow, 9pm, tickets $25+bf early bird or $30+bf at www.tickets.ticketspace.co.nz


Barleycorn
Celebrate St Patrick’s Day with Irish music from Barleycorn and other bands. Dress up in your green hats, green hair and leprechaun ears. The Rivers, Sunday, 1pm.


Musical afternoon with Carl Doy
Pianist Carl Doy plays old and new songs, Kiri Te Kanawa Retirement Village, Tuesday, 1.30pm, tickets $15 for Ryman friends. Book at 863 3639.


Leaving Jackson: The Johnny Cash & June Carter Show
Tribute to country and western legends, War Memorial Theatre, Wednesday, 7pm. Tickets from Stephen Jones Photography or eventfinda, $69.50 adult, $59.50 senior/student with ID, $29.50 child under 15.

COMING UP

David Shanhun + Matt Glass and The Loose Cannons
Dome Room, March 22 (8pm), Tickets $20 at the door.


Sweet Dreams and other stories in song
Chris Green, joined by local singer Lulu Vermeulen and Wellington pianist Thomas Nikora with short human stories in song. Unity Theatre, March 23 (7.30pm), March 24 (3pm), tickets $20.


Trevor Shaskey Live
Playing all your favourite tunes. Gisborne Cosmopolitan Club, March 29 (8pm), free.


Skinny Hobos: The Lucifer Tour
Smash Palace, March 30 (7pm), tickets $20-30 from www.undertheradar.co.nz


Stretch: The Chasing Summer Tour
A bittersweet blend of folk, soul and rock. EastEnd Cafe, Wairoa, March 30 (8pm), tickets $20+bf phone 0800 289 849 or eventfinda.co.nz


Bach’s St John Passion
Gisborne Choral Society with Wellington City organist Douglas Mews, St Andrew’s Church, March 31 (2pm), $25 adults, $10 students at door.


Mere Boynton and Friends
Mere Boynton with classical guitarist Chaitanya Temepara and taonga puoro player Norm Heke at Eastwoodhill Arboretum, March 31, Tickets from tinyurl.com/yxht3oog or evntfinda, $30+bf adult, under 18s free.

THEATRE

Sylvia
A found dog comes between New York empty-nesters Greg and Kate in AR Gurney’s comedy, Evolution Theatre, March 14-16 and 21-23 (7.30pm). Matinee this Sunday (2pm).


Under
A play written for Chris Green about the disappearance of a headstrong athlete/artist. Unity Theatre, March 14-20 (7.30pm), tickets $20.

VISUAL ARTS

Exhibitions

Tairawhiti Museum
Out of The Bedroom Into the Lounge, Jan Nigro, March 1-24, Posing, Not Posing Exhibition, takes a look at photography before smartphones and selfie sticks March 1-31. Phyllis Underdown - Retrospective collection of Gisborne scenes including Sponge Bay.


Tony Ogle screenprints
Ormond Road Cafe.


Paul Nache Gallery
Works by Matthew Couper.


Verve Cafe
Works by Conor Jeory.


Muirs Bookshop Cafe
Works by Annabelle Dowding.


Life drawing at Lysnar House
Eight week programme started February 4 (7pm). Gisborne Artists Society members $50, non-members $60, or $8 a session for GAS members, $10 non-members. Bring paper, large paper clips and drawing materials. For more information, call Chris at 868 3422.


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

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