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FORBIDDEN LOVE: Pip Huxtable co-starred in the romantic drama, Paradise Forbidden, in Cowps Productions’ entry to the Gisborne region’s VF 48Hours filmmaking competition. Given the genre “opposites attract”, the filmmakers developed a story about the taboo love between an angel (Huxtable) and a devil (Cory Garrett) who defy the laws of the Almighty (Jeff Rangihuna). Picture supplied

This week

New Zealand Guitar Quartet: Classical/contemporary music from bluegrass to flamenco. Gaiety Theatre, Wairoa. tomorrow, 7.30pm. Tickets $25+ bf from the venue or www.eventfinda.co.nz

VF48Hours Gisborne Final: Watch the 10 best five-minute films made during 48hours, with awards for the 2019 champions. Dome Room, Saturday, 7pm-10.30pm. Tickets $22.50 from www.eventfinda.co.nz

Julie Lamb Outfit Winter Tour: Funky pop, Smash Palace, Saturday 8.30pm. $15 at the door.

Coming up


Good Vibes: Reggae festival, including Katchafire, Tomorrow People and 1814, with many international artists.
Farmers Air Event Centre, Makaraka, July 26 (7pm), R18. Tickets: $109 +bf at www.goodvibesfestival.co.nz

Gisborne Concert Band: Trivia Night Fundraiser: Come along for an enjoyable night of general knowledge, bottle auction and food. The Band Room, 200 Childers Road, July 27 (6pm), teams of 6: $10 each. For bookings/details: ph 021 222 0603.

Dave Upfold Show: Comedy, stage, hypnotist: an energetic and engaging family show. Gisborne RSA, July 27 (7.30pm). Tickets $20 from RSA during office hours, Wednesday-Friday (11am-2.30pm) or www.eventfinda.co.nz

Landslide: Fleetwood Mac/Stevie Nicks tribute act, The Dome, August 2 (8.30pm).
Tickets are $30+bf from The Aviary and www.eventfinda.co.nz

Elvis Tribute show: Cosmopolitan Club, August 3 (8pm).Members $15, non-members $20.

NZDC — NZ’s No 1 ACDC Experience: Smash Palace, August 10, (8.30pm). $25 plus booking fee.

Barleycorn: Irish-influenced Gisborne band, Tairawhiti Museum, August 11, (2pm). $5.

Theatre

Mamma Mia!: A musical based around the songs of ABBA, War Memorial Theatre, July 18-20, 7.30pm. Tickets from Stephen Jones Photography or http://www.ticketdirect.co.nz

Deathtrap: A thriller to die for by Ira Levin. Evolution Theatre Company, Friday, July 26 to Saturday, August 10.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday performances (7.30pm), Sunday (2pm). Adults $34, seniors $29 and youth $24.

Fearless Fridays Improv Comedy Club: A fun and fearless foray into improv comedy for ages 15 and over.
Evolution Theatre Company, Friday, July 26, (6.30pm), $5 cash-only door sales.

Movies

DOME CINEMA
Rory’s Way: Rugged Scot bonds with his grandson.
Lost and Found: Stories linked by a lost-and-found office.
Girl: Story of a transgender girl who would like to be a ballerina.

Little Woods: Sisters slip into cross-border drug trade.
Ophelia: Hamlet story told from new perspective.
ODEON MULTIPLEX
Rory’s Way: Rugged Scot bonds with his grandson.
Ardaas Karaan: Bollywood film explores generation gap.
Camino Skies: Six people walk the Camino de Santiago.
Crawl: Stranded pair flee marauding alligators.
Stuber: Uber driver helps detective nail bad guys.
The Lion King: Photorealistic remake of Disney classic.
Toy Story 4: Woody reunites with old friend Bo Peep.
Yesterday A global blackout blacks out The Beatles.
Spider-Man: Far From Home: Spider-Man takes on new threats.
The Secret Life of Pets 2: Terrier Max must cope with a challenge.

Pavarotti: Documentary about Luciano Pavarotti.

This week

New Zealand Guitar Quartet: Classical/contemporary music from bluegrass to flamenco. Gaiety Theatre, Wairoa. tomorrow, 7.30pm. Tickets $25+ bf from the venue or www.eventfinda.co.nz

VF48Hours Gisborne Final: Watch the 10 best five-minute films made during 48hours, with awards for the 2019 champions. Dome Room, Saturday, 7pm-10.30pm. Tickets $22.50 from www.eventfinda.co.nz

Julie Lamb Outfit Winter Tour: Funky pop, Smash Palace, Saturday 8.30pm. $15 at the door.

Coming up


Good Vibes: Reggae festival, including Katchafire, Tomorrow People and 1814, with many international artists.
Farmers Air Event Centre, Makaraka, July 26 (7pm), R18. Tickets: $109 +bf at www.goodvibesfestival.co.nz

Gisborne Concert Band: Trivia Night Fundraiser: Come along for an enjoyable night of general knowledge, bottle auction and food. The Band Room, 200 Childers Road, July 27 (6pm), teams of 6: $10 each. For bookings/details: ph 021 222 0603.

Dave Upfold Show: Comedy, stage, hypnotist: an energetic and engaging family show. Gisborne RSA, July 27 (7.30pm). Tickets $20 from RSA during office hours, Wednesday-Friday (11am-2.30pm) or www.eventfinda.co.nz

Landslide: Fleetwood Mac/Stevie Nicks tribute act, The Dome, August 2 (8.30pm).
Tickets are $30+bf from The Aviary and www.eventfinda.co.nz

Elvis Tribute show: Cosmopolitan Club, August 3 (8pm).Members $15, non-members $20.

NZDC — NZ’s No 1 ACDC Experience: Smash Palace, August 10, (8.30pm). $25 plus booking fee.

Barleycorn: Irish-influenced Gisborne band, Tairawhiti Museum, August 11, (2pm). $5.

Theatre

Mamma Mia!: A musical based around the songs of ABBA, War Memorial Theatre, July 18-20, 7.30pm. Tickets from Stephen Jones Photography or http://www.ticketdirect.co.nz

Deathtrap: A thriller to die for by Ira Levin. Evolution Theatre Company, Friday, July 26 to Saturday, August 10.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday performances (7.30pm), Sunday (2pm). Adults $34, seniors $29 and youth $24.

Fearless Fridays Improv Comedy Club: A fun and fearless foray into improv comedy for ages 15 and over.
Evolution Theatre Company, Friday, July 26, (6.30pm), $5 cash-only door sales.

Movies

DOME CINEMA
Rory’s Way: Rugged Scot bonds with his grandson.
Lost and Found: Stories linked by a lost-and-found office.
Girl: Story of a transgender girl who would like to be a ballerina.

Little Woods: Sisters slip into cross-border drug trade.
Ophelia: Hamlet story told from new perspective.
ODEON MULTIPLEX
Rory’s Way: Rugged Scot bonds with his grandson.
Ardaas Karaan: Bollywood film explores generation gap.
Camino Skies: Six people walk the Camino de Santiago.
Crawl: Stranded pair flee marauding alligators.
Stuber: Uber driver helps detective nail bad guys.
The Lion King: Photorealistic remake of Disney classic.
Toy Story 4: Woody reunites with old friend Bo Peep.
Yesterday A global blackout blacks out The Beatles.
Spider-Man: Far From Home: Spider-Man takes on new threats.
The Secret Life of Pets 2: Terrier Max must cope with a challenge.

Pavarotti: Documentary about Luciano Pavarotti.

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