Movie sounds, and more

The Guide briefs.

The Guide briefs.

Caleb Collier (left), Jess Horsfield and Trudz Lelievre feature in Evolution Theatre’s production of The Pohutukawa Tree.

  • Music from the Movies is the updated name of a movie soundtrack-based concert that includes works such as Strauss’s Also Sprach Zarathustra, used in 2001: A Space Odyssey; and Cavatina from The Deer Hunter. Performed at the Lawson Field Theatre on Saturday at 7.30pm, Music from the Movies will be powered by the combined talents of the Gisborne Civic Orchestra, Civic Brass Band, Concert Band, Choral Society and out-of-town guest musicians. Tickets from House of Gifts. Adults $19.99, Seniors/students $15, children $10.

  • With its themes of displacement, the introduction of the Christian religion into the Maori ethic, and cultural identity, New Zealand playwright Bruce Mason’s classic work The Pohutukawa Tree takes on a new relevance in the wake of the Tuia 250 commemorations. Evolution Theatre’s production of The Pohutukawa Tree opens tomorrow night at 7.30pm at 75 Disraeli St. Tickets $22.50+bf - $32+bf from eventfinda.co.nz or at the door.

  • Direct (more or less) from New York, The Clean co-founder Hamish Kilgour, now of The Hamish Kilgour Trio, performs at the Dome on Saturday at 8pm. The trio will be joined by support acts Ed Gains and the Human Remains, Bittercup and Emily Riordan. Tickets $20 from The Aviary or The Dome Bar. Door sales $20 cash.

  • Music from the Movies is the updated name of a movie soundtrack-based concert that includes works such as Strauss’s Also Sprach Zarathustra, used in 2001: A Space Odyssey; and Cavatina from The Deer Hunter. Performed at the Lawson Field Theatre on Saturday at 7.30pm, Music from the Movies will be powered by the combined talents of the Gisborne Civic Orchestra, Civic Brass Band, Concert Band, Choral Society and out-of-town guest musicians. Tickets from House of Gifts. Adults $19.99, Seniors/students $15, children $10.

  • With its themes of displacement, the introduction of the Christian religion into the Maori ethic, and cultural identity, New Zealand playwright Bruce Mason’s classic work The Pohutukawa Tree takes on a new relevance in the wake of the Tuia 250 commemorations. Evolution Theatre’s production of The Pohutukawa Tree opens tomorrow night at 7.30pm at 75 Disraeli St. Tickets $22.50+bf - $32+bf from eventfinda.co.nz or at the door.

  • Direct (more or less) from New York, The Clean co-founder Hamish Kilgour, now of The Hamish Kilgour Trio, performs at the Dome on Saturday at 8pm. The trio will be joined by support acts Ed Gains and the Human Remains, Bittercup and Emily Riordan. Tickets $20 from The Aviary or The Dome Bar. Door sales $20 cash.

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