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What's on in Gisborne


Pianist Lorelle McNaughton

Tairawhiti Museum, Sunday, 2pm. Entry is $10 adults, $5 FOTM, and free for students (with ID) and children. Numbers strictly limited due to Alert Level 2 requirements.


Stars In Their Eyes

The finale of the local talent showcase. Lawson Field Theatre, Saturday, September 19, 2.30pm and 7.30pm. Tickets from Gisborne i-SITE or ticketek.

Fleetwood Mac/Stevie Nicks tribute show

Dome Bar, Saturday, September 19, 8.30pm. All tickets $34 from eventfinda. Limited door sales.

Spring Music Festival

A non-competitive event presented by the Gisborne Music Teachers group. St Andrew’s Church, Saturday, September 26. Adults $5 for a single session (whole afternoon or evening) or $10 for a season pass to all sessions, and $15 for a season pass for two adults. Siblings and other children free.


A visual live experience. Dome Room, Saturday, September 26, 9pm. Earlybird tickets from eventfinda $15+bf. First release $25+bf, GA $35+bf.

NZDC - NZ’s No.1 ACDC Experience

Smash Palace. Saturday, October 3, 9pm. Tickets $25+bf from eventfinda.

Hopetoun Brown

Smash Palace. Wednesday, October 7, 9pm. Tickets $25 from eventfinda.

The Sensational 70s

Dome Room, Saturday, November 7, 9pm. Dress up in 70s costumes and dance the night away to the music of the 70s. Prizes for best costumes.


Proof by David Auburn

Directed by Dinna Myers. Evolution Theatre Company, 75 Disraeli Street.September 17-27. Tickets $24-$28+bf from Gisborne i-SITE or eventfinda. $1 of each ticket sold goes to support people living with dementia in Gisborne.

Auditions for Charlotte’s Web

Evolution Theatre Company, 75 Disraeli Street. Saturday, September 26, 11am.

The Crucible by Arthur Miller

Directed by Norman Maclean. Unity Theatre, October 2-10. Tickets $25 from i-SITE or eventfinda.

The Addams Family

Directed by Belinda Campbell. Lawson Field Theatre. December 11- 19. Tickets from i-SITE or ticketek.

THE CRUCIBLE: Abigail, played by Bo Jarratt in Unity Theatre’s upcoming production of Arthur Miller’s play, The Crucible, is still in love with John Proctor (Lawrence Mulligan) which doesn’t bode well for the farmer in this story of petty rivalries and hysteria in a society haunted by the spectre of satanic influences. Picture by Elenor Gill