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Gig Guide


Elton at The Dome

Michael Stodart presents a non-stop two hour Elton John Experience show. Dome Room, Saturday, November 6, 8pm.

The Lazy-Fi Rock Show

Lazy Fifty and UNI-FI join forces to celebrate the release of their new albums with the Lazy-Fi Rock Show. Smash Palace, Friday, November 12, 8pm.

Michael Llewellyn

Dome Room, Saturday, November 13, 8pm. $13.00+bf from undertheradar.

Lake South

The Light You Throw Album Release Tour. Smash Palace, Friday, November 19, 8pm.

Motel California Eagles tribute

Dome Room, Saturday, November 20, 8.30pm. Presales from $30+bf from eventfinda or $30 cash sales from The Aviary.


Guy Montgomery By Name, Guy Montgomery By Nature

After a sold-out season in the NZ International Comedy Festival, comedian Guy Montgomery is bringing his show to Gisborne. Evolution Theatre, Saturday, October 30, 7.30pm.


Weathered Beauty

Sarah Gordon's Weathered Beauty is an expression of rural thoughts and memories of two Manutūkē farms, and their family. Tairawhiti Museum until November 28.


Hononga connects an, as yet, unconnected group of indigenous artists through their experience of indigenousness and creative practice. Hoea! Gallery, open daily 2pm–7pm, October 9–17.

We Can't Stop Now

Handmade prints by 31 past and present members of the Gisborne Printmakers Group celebrate 45 years of printmaking in the Lysnar House Studios. Tairawhiti Museum until December 5. Opens tomorrow at 5.30pm.


Curated by multi-disciplinary artist Tāwera Tahuri, Tinana is an exciting exhibition of life drawings by Tā Derek Lardelli KNZM (Ngāti Porou, Rongowhakaata, Ngāti Konohi (Ngai Te Riwai), Ngāti Kaipoho (Ngai Te Aweawe). Te Pūwaha Gallery, 4 Pitt Street. October 7–21.

Year Of The Mask

Tupara Gallery will host an exhibition of paintings by Walter (Bub) Dewes (Ngāti Porou, Ngāti Kahungunu) — from his collection named, Year Of The Mask. Tupara Gallery, 66 Gladstone Road. October 9–25.

Worlds of Wonder

Artist Julia Rae's self-portrait morphs into a character of dreams creating imagined worlds and illustrating ideas through photographic images.Tairawhiti Museum until November 21.

Odeon Multiplex

No Time to Die

James Bond, having left active service with MI6, is recruited by the CIA to rescue a kidnapped scientist, which leads to a showdown with a powerful adversary. This is the 25th movie in the Bond series produced by Eon Productions, the company formed in 1961 by Albert R. “Cubby” Broccoli and Harry Saltzman. It marks Daniel Craig's fifth and final outing as Bond and also stars Rami Malek, Lashan Lynch, Billy Magnussen, Rory Kinnear and Ralph Fiennes.

The Boss Baby: Family Business

Now adults, Tim Templeton is a stay-at-home dad for two daughters, while his estranged brother Ted is a big-shot chief executive. They come together in an unexpected way when they take a magical formula that transforms them into babies for 48 hours.

Ainbo: Amazon Princess

A young hero and her animal spirit guides — Dillo, a cute and funny armadillo, and Vaca, a goofy tapir — embark on a quest to save their home in the Amazon rainforest from loggers and miners.

PAW Patrol: The Movie

Humdinger, the biggest rival of the PAW Patrol, has become mayor of nearby Adventure City and starts wreaking havoc. Ryder and the heroic pups kick into action to face the challenge.


A musical psychological drama directed by Leos Carax, with a screenplay by brothers Ron and Russell Mael of pop rock duo Sparks, and Carax, from an original story, music and songs by the band. Henry (Adam Driver), a stand-up comedian with a fierce sense of humour, falls in love with Ann (Marion Cotillard), a world-renowned opera singer. They form a passionate and glamorous couple, but with the birth of their child their lives are turned upside down.

Ride the Eagle

Leif's estranged mother Honey (Susan Sarandon) dies and leaves him a conditional inheritance. Before Leif (Jake Johnson) can move into her picturesque Yosemite cabin, he has to complete her to-do list and step into his mother's world as she tries to make amends from beyond.

Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings

Marvel Cinematic Universe offering that stars Simu Liu as Shang-Chi, who — when he is drawn into the web of the mysterious Ten Rings organisation — must confront the past he thought he had left behind.

Free Guy

A bank teller (Ryan Reynolds) realises he is a background character in a video game that will soon go offline.


Queen Bees

While her house undergoes repairs, a fiercely independent senior citizen temporarily moves into a nearby retirement community, where she encounters lusty widows, cut-throat bridge tournaments and bullying “mean girls”. Stars Ellen Burstyn, James Caan, Ann-Margret, Jane Curtin, Loretta Devine and Christopher Lloyd.

The Godmother

A French-Arabic translator in a narcotics police unit realises she knows the mother of one of the drug dealers and decides to cover for him. Soon she is using her inside knowledge and police resources to build her own crime network.


Alex (Alexandre Wetter) has always wanted to become Miss France. But while Alex does not lack the necessary beauty, kindness, or desire for world peace, one snag remains. Alex is a boy. When he bumps into a childhood friend who has become a boxing champion due to hard work and belief, Alex tells himself that perhaps everything is possible. In French, with subtitles.

The Mole Agent

A documentary follows what happens when an 83-year-old man is hired to pose as a resident in a Chilean nursing home to see if he can find signs of abuse.