What's on in Gisborne
Trev’s boot scoot and boogie
Country music in the Cosmopolitan Club boulevard. Free entry, tomorrow, 8pm.
John Mackill’s Jazz Collective
“Jazz standards like you’ve never heard them before.” Holy Trinity Church Hall, Saturday, 2pm. $20. Profits to SuperGrans Tairawhiti.
Modern line dancing for beginners and classic old-school hits for all ages. RSA, Sunday, 1.30.
Lucien Johnson Quartet
Tairawhiti Museum, August 6, 7.30pm, $20 at the door.
Motel California - Eagles tribute
Dome Room, Friday, August 7, 8.30pm. Presales from eventfinda.co.nz $30+bf or $30 cash sales from the Aviary.
Gisborne Ballet Group dance competitions
War Memorial Theatre. August 8-9.
Jazz duo Oscar Laven and Adrian Jensen
Tairawhiti Museum, August 9, 2pm. $5 for Friends of the Museum, $10 adults; children and students with ID free. Door sales only.
St Andrew’s Lunchtime Concert
Gisborne Concert Band conducted by Matthew Lee. A celebration of the flute player’s few months home in Gisborne before he returns to Boston for his doctoral music study. St Andrew’s Church, Sunday, August 15, 2pm. Free but koha for performers is appreciated.
Ultimate 70s 50th Celebration
Dress up in 70s costumes, and dance the night away to the music of the 70s. Prizes for best costumes. Dome Room, Saturday, August 15, 9pm. Tickets $15. Text 027 536 8096. First 70 sold go in draw to win an ACDC bar stool.
Dave Dobbyn Open Up concert
A celebration of the return of live music. War Memorial Theatre, Thursday, August 20, 7pm. Tickets $50+bf from i-SITE or ticketek
Unity Theatre, 209 Ormond Road, August 13–22, 7.30pm with a 3pm matinee on August 16. Tickets available from eventfinda.
The Daylight Atheist
Michael Hurst performs Tom Scott’s portrait of his father. Lawson Field Theatre, Sunday, August 16, 3.30pm. $30 per ticket + Gold Card Concessions from Gisborne i-SITEs. Brought to you by AOTNZ InCahoots with Lawson Field Theatre.
Works by Kath McLaughlin and Erika Holden
Miharo Gallery, 118 Gladstone Road. Opening at 6pm tomorrow night.
The Sculptured Wall
Works by Richard Rogers.Tairawhiti Museum.
Beyond the Chair
Gisborne Quilters transform a common domestic item into a work of art. Tairawhiti Museum.
Installation by Nikora Tori Te Kahu and Rangimarie Makowharemahihi-Pahi, Tairawhiti Museum, ends September 6.
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