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This week

O Sing Joyfully: The Choir of Waiapu Cathedral, Napier, will perform a selection of music ranging from the 16th century to the 20th century. St Paul’s Anglican Church, Wairoa, Sunday, 1.30pm.

Coming up

Winter Concert Series: Harry Grigg(vocal) and Xing Wang (piano) will perform at the Tairawhiti Museum Sunday, July 14 (2pm).

Julie Lamb Outfit Winter Tour: Funky pop, Smash Palace, Saturday July 20, 8.30pm.

Cliff Richard and the Shadows: 60th anniversary tribute, Gisborne War Memorial Theatre, Sunday August 4, 7.30pm.

NZDC — NZ’s No 1 ACDC Experience: Smash Palace, August 10, 8.30pm.

Barleycorn: Irish-influenced Gisborne band, Tairawhiti Museum, August 11, 2pm

Winter Concert Series: Lazarus Quartet, Tairawhiti Museum, Wednesday August 28, 5.30pm.

Winter Concert Series: Xing Wang (piano) and James Jin (violin), Tairawhiti Museum, Sunday September 8, 2pm.

New Zealand Symphony Orchestra: Te Mapouriki, Thursday, October 17, Gisborne War Memorial Theatre, 7.30pm.

The Bee Gees Night Fever: Sunday November 10, Gisborne War Memorial Theatre, 7pm.


Theatre

Mamma Mia!: A musical based around the songs of ABBA, War Memorial Theatre, July 13-20, (7.30pm), Sunday, July 14 (2pm). Tickets from Stephen Jones Photography or www.ticketdirect.co.nz

Visual Arts

Exhibitions

Tairawhiti Museum: About Time, paintings by Dave Andrew. Flat-Pack Whakapapa, three installations by Dr Maureen Lander.

Paul Nache Gallery: Works by Evan Woodruffe.

Muirs Bookshop Cafe: Pinnies For Your Thoughts. Aprons stitched by Janine Hamilton-Kells.

Zest Cafe: Stitched works by Te Puna Reo o Puhi students.

Verve Cafe: Installation by Conor Jeory.

Stephen Jones Photography: Landscape photographs by Ebony Whitaker.

Winter Arts and Crafts Fair: Crafts include: batik, soy candles, quilting, designer clothes, mosaic, ceramic, woodturning, knitting, jewellery, sewing, stained glass and more. Poverty Bay Bowling Club, July 14, (9.30am to 2pm). Free entry.

At the movies


ODEON MULTIPLEX

Toy Story 4: Woody (voiced by Tom Hanks) tries to show craft-project-turned-toy (Tony Hale) why he should embrace being a toy. Then on a road trip, Woody makes a detour that includes a reunion with his long-lost friend Bo Peep (Annie Potts). After years of being on her own, Bo’s adventurous spirit and life on the road belie her delicate porcelain exterior.

Yesterday: Jack Malik, a singer-songwriter in an English seaside town, has fast-fading dreams of fame. But after a freak bus accident during a mysterious global blackout, Jack wakes up to find The Beatles never existed, and he has a catalogue of songs nobody knows about. Stars Himesh Patel, Lily James and, as themselves, Ed Sheeran and James Corden.

Spider-Man: Far From Home: Following the events of Avengers: Endgame, Spider-Man must step up to take on new threats in a changed world. Stars Tom Holland and Jake Gyllenhaal.

The Secret Life of Pets 2: Terrier Max must cope when his owner gets married and has a baby. Voice cast includes Patton Oswalt, Kevin Hart, Dana Carvey and Harrison Ford.

Anna: Beneath Anna’s beauty lies a secret that unleashes strength and skill enabling her to become a feared assassin. Stars Cillian Murphy, Sasha Luss and Helen Mirren. Written and directed by Luc Besson.

Men in Black: International: London gets a branch of Men in Black (MIB), headed by High T (Liam Neeson), who pairs new recruit Agent M (Tessa Thompson) with Agent H (Chris Hemsworth). These agents travel the world dealing with alien attacks, but the organisation may have a mole.

Wild Rose: Rose-Lynn (Jessie Buckley) is a Scottish mother of two, just out of prison, with aspirations to be a country music star. Julie Walters also stars.

Pavarotti: Documentary directed by Ron Howard about Luciano Pavarotti, produced with the co-operation of the operatic tenor’s estate, and using family archives, interviews and live music footage.

X-Men: Dark Phoenix: The X-Men must face the full power of the Phoenix after a mission goes wrong. Stars James McAvoy, Jennifer Lawrence, Michael Fassbender and Nicholas Hoult.

Rocketman: Taron Egerton (Kingsman) stars in the story of how shy piano prodigy Reginald Dwight becomes superstar Elton John.

Aladdin: Walt Disney Pictures’ live-action remake of the 1992 animated film. Directed by Guy Ritchie and starring Will Smith.


Dome cinema

Little Woods: Sisters Ollie and Deb slip into the Canada-US cross-border drug trade after they fall on hard times following the death of their mother. Stars Tessa Thompson and Lily James.

The Ideal Palace: Film based on the true story of how a French postman, Ferdinand Cheval (1836-1924), built for his daughter the Ideal Palace over a period of 33 years, from stones he picked up on his rounds. It is now classified as a historical monument and in 1986 Cheval was depicted on a French postage stamp.

European Outdoor Film Tour: A selection of the best outdoor adventure films of the past year. “No actors, no blue screen, no second takes.”



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

O Sing Joyfully: The Choir of Waiapu Cathedral, Napier, will perform a selection of music ranging from the 16th century to the 20th century. St Paul’s Anglican Church, Wairoa, Sunday, 1.30pm.

Coming up

Winter Concert Series: Harry Grigg(vocal) and Xing Wang (piano) will perform at the Tairawhiti Museum Sunday, July 14 (2pm).

Julie Lamb Outfit Winter Tour: Funky pop, Smash Palace, Saturday July 20, 8.30pm.

Cliff Richard and the Shadows: 60th anniversary tribute, Gisborne War Memorial Theatre, Sunday August 4, 7.30pm.

NZDC — NZ’s No 1 ACDC Experience: Smash Palace, August 10, 8.30pm.

Barleycorn: Irish-influenced Gisborne band, Tairawhiti Museum, August 11, 2pm

Winter Concert Series: Lazarus Quartet, Tairawhiti Museum, Wednesday August 28, 5.30pm.

Winter Concert Series: Xing Wang (piano) and James Jin (violin), Tairawhiti Museum, Sunday September 8, 2pm.

New Zealand Symphony Orchestra: Te Mapouriki, Thursday, October 17, Gisborne War Memorial Theatre, 7.30pm.

The Bee Gees Night Fever: Sunday November 10, Gisborne War Memorial Theatre, 7pm.


Theatre

Mamma Mia!: A musical based around the songs of ABBA, War Memorial Theatre, July 13-20, (7.30pm), Sunday, July 14 (2pm). Tickets from Stephen Jones Photography or www.ticketdirect.co.nz

Visual Arts

Exhibitions

Tairawhiti Museum: About Time, paintings by Dave Andrew. Flat-Pack Whakapapa, three installations by Dr Maureen Lander.

Paul Nache Gallery: Works by Evan Woodruffe.

Muirs Bookshop Cafe: Pinnies For Your Thoughts. Aprons stitched by Janine Hamilton-Kells.

Zest Cafe: Stitched works by Te Puna Reo o Puhi students.

Verve Cafe: Installation by Conor Jeory.

Stephen Jones Photography: Landscape photographs by Ebony Whitaker.

Winter Arts and Crafts Fair: Crafts include: batik, soy candles, quilting, designer clothes, mosaic, ceramic, woodturning, knitting, jewellery, sewing, stained glass and more. Poverty Bay Bowling Club, July 14, (9.30am to 2pm). Free entry.

At the movies


ODEON MULTIPLEX

Toy Story 4: Woody (voiced by Tom Hanks) tries to show craft-project-turned-toy (Tony Hale) why he should embrace being a toy. Then on a road trip, Woody makes a detour that includes a reunion with his long-lost friend Bo Peep (Annie Potts). After years of being on her own, Bo’s adventurous spirit and life on the road belie her delicate porcelain exterior.

Yesterday: Jack Malik, a singer-songwriter in an English seaside town, has fast-fading dreams of fame. But after a freak bus accident during a mysterious global blackout, Jack wakes up to find The Beatles never existed, and he has a catalogue of songs nobody knows about. Stars Himesh Patel, Lily James and, as themselves, Ed Sheeran and James Corden.

Spider-Man: Far From Home: Following the events of Avengers: Endgame, Spider-Man must step up to take on new threats in a changed world. Stars Tom Holland and Jake Gyllenhaal.

The Secret Life of Pets 2: Terrier Max must cope when his owner gets married and has a baby. Voice cast includes Patton Oswalt, Kevin Hart, Dana Carvey and Harrison Ford.

Anna: Beneath Anna’s beauty lies a secret that unleashes strength and skill enabling her to become a feared assassin. Stars Cillian Murphy, Sasha Luss and Helen Mirren. Written and directed by Luc Besson.

Men in Black: International: London gets a branch of Men in Black (MIB), headed by High T (Liam Neeson), who pairs new recruit Agent M (Tessa Thompson) with Agent H (Chris Hemsworth). These agents travel the world dealing with alien attacks, but the organisation may have a mole.

Wild Rose: Rose-Lynn (Jessie Buckley) is a Scottish mother of two, just out of prison, with aspirations to be a country music star. Julie Walters also stars.

Pavarotti: Documentary directed by Ron Howard about Luciano Pavarotti, produced with the co-operation of the operatic tenor’s estate, and using family archives, interviews and live music footage.

X-Men: Dark Phoenix: The X-Men must face the full power of the Phoenix after a mission goes wrong. Stars James McAvoy, Jennifer Lawrence, Michael Fassbender and Nicholas Hoult.

Rocketman: Taron Egerton (Kingsman) stars in the story of how shy piano prodigy Reginald Dwight becomes superstar Elton John.

Aladdin: Walt Disney Pictures’ live-action remake of the 1992 animated film. Directed by Guy Ritchie and starring Will Smith.


Dome cinema

Little Woods: Sisters Ollie and Deb slip into the Canada-US cross-border drug trade after they fall on hard times following the death of their mother. Stars Tessa Thompson and Lily James.

The Ideal Palace: Film based on the true story of how a French postman, Ferdinand Cheval (1836-1924), built for his daughter the Ideal Palace over a period of 33 years, from stones he picked up on his rounds. It is now classified as a historical monument and in 1986 Cheval was depicted on a French postage stamp.

European Outdoor Film Tour: A selection of the best outdoor adventure films of the past year. “No actors, no blue screen, no second takes.”



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