Guide briefs

COMFORTABLY NUMB: Hawke’s Bay band Revival present their full noise, three hour Pink Floyd tribute act Comfortably Numb with big visuals, state of the art light show and blistering guitar solos at Smash Palace. Picture supplied



PechaKucha talks

Hemp, the Coffin Club, and a historical disaster in this region are among topics speakers will cover at a PechaKucha event tomorrow night. PechaKucha is a storytelling format in which each presenter shows 20 slides for 20 seconds of commentary each (six minutes and 40 seconds total). PechaKucha, Dome Room, tomorrow, doors open 5:30pm, presentations start 6pm. BYO cushion.

Pink Floyd tribute

Hey you, get comfortably numb with psychedelic space rock, existential angst, a state-of-the-art light show and face melting guitar solos with Pink Floyd tribute act Revival’s show at Smash tomorrow at 8:30pm. Tickets $25+bf www.eventfinda.co.nz, door $30.

Pohutukawa Tree rehearsals

Rehearsals have started for Evolution Theatre Company’s production of Bruce Mason’s New Zealand classic, The Pohutukawa Tree, but the company still needs two men for key roles. One is Doc Lomas, an old Scotsman and healer. The other is the play’s antagonist Mr Atkinson, a married, middle-aged bloke who owns the orchard that sits on what used to be iwi land. Contact director Dinna Myers at info@evolutiontheatre.org.nz



PechaKucha talks

Hemp, the Coffin Club, and a historical disaster in this region are among topics speakers will cover at a PechaKucha event tomorrow night. PechaKucha is a storytelling format in which each presenter shows 20 slides for 20 seconds of commentary each (six minutes and 40 seconds total). PechaKucha, Dome Room, tomorrow, doors open 5:30pm, presentations start 6pm. BYO cushion.

Pink Floyd tribute

Hey you, get comfortably numb with psychedelic space rock, existential angst, a state-of-the-art light show and face melting guitar solos with Pink Floyd tribute act Revival’s show at Smash tomorrow at 8:30pm. Tickets $25+bf www.eventfinda.co.nz, door $30.

Pohutukawa Tree rehearsals

Rehearsals have started for Evolution Theatre Company’s production of Bruce Mason’s New Zealand classic, The Pohutukawa Tree, but the company still needs two men for key roles. One is Doc Lomas, an old Scotsman and healer. The other is the play’s antagonist Mr Atkinson, a married, middle-aged bloke who owns the orchard that sits on what used to be iwi land. Contact director Dinna Myers at info@evolutiontheatre.org.nz

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