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Find out what preforming arts events are coming to Napier, Hawke's Bay.

Back From Broadway

Back From Broadway. Saturday 18th August 2018
Back from Broadway just for you… Some catchy show-tunes, old and new. From New York’s best we’ve picked a few. We hope you’ll come to love them too! Fresh from their outstanding performance in New York, the dynamic performers of Four’s Company present an unforgettable Showcase of...

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Beethoven: Mass in C

Sunday 19th August 2018
This concert features the music of Beethoven, including Choruses, the quartet from Fidelio and the Mass in C. Hastings Choral is joined by the Gisborne Choral Society and the Hawke’s Bay Youth Orchestra. Soloists are Catherine Macdonald (soprano), Mary-Jane Richmond (contralto), Gavin Maclean...

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Emma Stevens Author Visit Napier Library

Emma Stevens Author Visit Napier Library. Tuesday 21st August 2018
Emma Stevens is touring New Zealand and will present her three memoirs about her life with the Eskimos in remote Western Alaska where she lived for six years. The final book in the trilogy, Dancing on the Tundra was released last year. Please RSVP to Nicoleta Paxie on (06) 836 5628 or...

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Comedy Night at the Cabana

Comedy Night at the Cabana. Thursday 23rd August 2018
Book the babysitter, get your comedy fix.

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Poetry Jam

Poetry Jam. Friday 24th August 2018
From Friday 24 August, to celebrate National Poetry Day feel free to join us for a free-for-all interactive Poetry Jam! The walls of the Small Gallery will be transformed word by word, as we invite you to write your poems in any way you choose. Be creative and imaginative, bring the whole family,...

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Kororāreka: The Ballad of Maggie Flynn

Kororāreka: The Ballad of Maggie Flynn. Friday 24th August 2018
“There’s a tale in my bones, fighting to be told.” Delving into the lawless outpost of 1800s Russell, Kororāreka: The Ballad of Maggie Flynn introduces a heroine created from the rich and vibrant true stories of New Zealand women. Maggie Flynn, a fiery and unforgettable Irish woman leaves...

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National Live Poetry Day Poets - Open Mic

National Live Poetry Day Poets - Open Mic. Friday 24th August 2018
Join the Napier Live Poets at a very special free Open Mic session to celebrate National Poetry Day! Bring your poems and enjoy readings by local Hawke’s Bay Poets. Seating and refreshments will be available. Check out Napier Live Poets on Facebook.

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Maison De Tease - Napier: CANCELLED

Maison De Tease - Napier: CANCELLED. Saturday 25th August 2018
Red Delicious Burlesque is proud to be working with the Cabana to bring you peeling, teasing and titillation to Napier in the form of Maison de Tease, a burlesque spectacular. Featuring some of New Zealand's top burlesque performers from all around the country, we will immerse your senses in the...

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Songs & Dance Music From Renaissance Europe

Songs & Dance Music From Renaissance Europe. Sunday 26th August 2018
Steve Pickett and Campbell Lovatt are specialist performers of plucked instruments from the Old World of 16th and 17th century Europe. Joined by singer and harpist Amy Dunn, they will take you on a musical journey through Renaissance Europe and beyond. Songs and dance music from England, Spain...

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NZIFF Opening Night - Disobedience

NZIFF Opening Night - Disobedience. Thursday 30th August 2018
Rachel Weisz stars as a black sheep drawn back to her London Orthodox Jewish home, rekindling sparks with a childhood friend (Rachel McAdams) in the English-language debut of the director of Gloria and A Fantastic Woman. “Set inside the conservative community of Orthodox Judaism, Sebastián...

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NZIFF - Yellow is Forbidden

NZIFF - Yellow is Forbidden. Friday 31st August 2018
Kiwi director Pietra Brettkelly takes us into the opulent world of show-stopping Chinese designer Guo Pei as she prepares to make her Paris debut and seeks admission into the exclusive club of haute couture. Chinese designer Guo Pei made fashion headlines around the world when Rihanna wore her...

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NZIFF - The Guilty

NZIFF - The Guilty. Friday 31st August 2018
A suspended police officer assigned to dispatcher duty is caught in a web of intrigue in this pulsating Danish thriller, jam-packed with mystery and suspense despite never leaving a cramped emergency call centre. This innovative debut from Danish filmmaker Gustav Möller has racked up audience...

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NZIFF - New Zealand's Best 2018

NZIFF - New Zealand's Best 2018. Saturday 1st September 2018
For this year’s New Zealand’s Best short film competition, NZIFF programmers Bill Gosden, Sandra Reid and Michael McDonnell viewed 84 submissions to make a shortlist of 12 from which director and cinematographer Leon Narbey selected these six finalists. A jury of three will select the winner of...

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NZIFF - Speak Up

NZIFF - Speak Up. Saturday 1st September 2018
The struggle and power in finding one’s own voice is celebrated in this inspirational doco as a diverse group of French students undergo intensive training for a prestigious public speaking competition. Every year there’s a breakout film at NZIFF that reminds us of the importance of being...

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NZIFF - Burning

NZIFF - Burning. Saturday 1st September 2018
A love triangle and mystery based on a Murakami Haruki short story, Korean great Lee Chang-dong’s (Secret Sunshine, Poetry) latest was the best-reviewed film at Cannes, an unforgettable now-or-never must-see on the big screen. By critical consensus a masterpiece, and the highest ever rated film...

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NZIFF - Juliet, Naked

NZIFF - Juliet, Naked. Sunday 2nd September 2018
Rose Byrne, Ethan Hawke and Chris O’Dowd are perfectly cast in this romcom, based on Nick Hornby’s novel about an indie rock obsession that leads to romance. Annie (Rose Byrne) has long tolerated her partner Duncan’s (Chris O’Dowd) obsession with the obscure rocker Tucker Crowe (Ethan...

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NZIFF - Māui’s Hook

NZIFF - Māui’s Hook. Sunday 2nd September 2018
The new film by Māori psychologist and filmmaker Paora Joseph (Tātarakihi: Children of Parihaka) invites open discussion of suicide through the brave testimony of five grieving families travelling to Cape Reinga. Invoking the skills, cunning and defiance of the legendary tupuna, the title of...

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NZIFF - Loveling

NZIFF - Loveling. Monday 3rd September 2018
In a role written with her director husband, Brazilian actress Karine Teles (The Second Mother) is utterly captivating as a full-time wife, sister, aunt, and mother (of four) with chaos management skills to match. Certain travails of motherhood are embraced with buoyant good humour and poignancy...

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NZIFF - Ága

NZIFF - Ága. Monday 3rd September 2018
An exquisitely shot and very moving film about an aging couple who appear to exist alone on the edge of the world, stoically surviving on the Arctic tundra in a way of life that may be about to end. Writer/director Milko Lazarov’s second feature spotlights an aging Yakut couple whose lifestyle...

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NZIFF - Disobedience

NZIFF - Disobedience. Tuesday 4th September 2018
Rachel Weisz stars as a black sheep drawn back to her London Orthodox Jewish home, rekindling sparks with a childhood friend (Rachel McAdams) in the English-language debut of the director of Gloria and A Fantastic Woman. “Set inside the conservative community of Orthodox Judaism, Sebastián...

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NZIFF - Leave No Trace

NZIFF - Leave No Trace. Wednesday 5th September 2018
New Zealand actress Thomasin Harcourt McKenzie is mesmerising as 13-year-old Tom living off the grid with her war vet father (Ben Foster) in this haunting new film from the director of Winter’s Bone. Director Debra Granik introduced Jennifer Lawrence to the world in Winter’s Bone. In Leave No...

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Blossom Festival Lunchtime Concert Series

Blossom Festival Lunchtime Concert Series. Thursday 6th September 2018
St Matthew’s Anglican Church, King St Hastings has been hosting its Blossom Festival Concert Series for many years, and is once again proud to announce that this September we will be presenting free lunchtime concerts featuring talented local musicians and choirs. Thu 6/9 - Iona College Fri 7/9...

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NZIFF - Three Identical Strangers

NZIFF - Three Identical Strangers. Thursday 6th September 2018
‘Stranger than fiction’ doesn’t come close. In an age of hot takes and hype machinery, this mind-blowing doco is the rare WTF true story entirely worthy of its breathless hyperbole. In 1980 a college freshman named Bobby arrives at his new campus for the first time, only to be immediately...

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NZIFF - Beirut

NZIFF - Beirut. Thursday 6th September 2018
A taut, twisty hostage thriller with shades of Le Carré, Beirut brings Jon Hamm and his brand of suave, world-weary charisma to war-torn Lebanon. Co-starring Rosamund Pike (Gone Girl). Jon Hamm and Rosamund Pike bring swagger in spades to this cracking, old-fashioned spy thriller from the writer...

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Celtic Illusion

Celtic Illusion. Thursday 6th September 2018
A Breathtaking Fusion of Irish Dance and Magic. The much-anticipated family event of 2018, Celtic Illusion is the biggest dance and magical illusion sensation that has taken Australian audiences by storm. The show for all ages cleverly fuses awe-inspiring contemporary Irish Dance with...

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NZIFF - The Heiresses

NZIFF - The Heiresses. Friday 7th September 2018
Financial crisis proves to be the crack that lets the light into the lives of a high-living lesbian couple, together for 30 years, in this superb first film from Paraguay. Winner, Best Actress Award, Berlin Film Festival In a NZIFF abounding with lesbian characters, this richly modulated tale of...

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NZIFF - Westwood: Punk, Icon, Activist

NZIFF - Westwood: Punk, Icon, Activist. Friday 7th September 2018
A fast, funny documentary on the life, looks and times of the British fashion designer, business woman, environmental activist – and unreconstructed punk – Vivienne Westwood. Dame Vivienne Westwood, Britain’s most iconic and iconoclastic fashion designer, emerged from the punk movement in...

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NZIFF - Ngā Whanaunga Māori Pasifika Shorts 2018

NZIFF - Ngā Whanaunga Māori Pasifika Shorts 2018. Saturday 8th September 2018
A collection of Māori and Pasifika short films curated by Leo Koziol (Ngāti Kahungunu, Ngāti Rakaipaaka), Director of the Wairoa Māori Film Festival, with guest co-curator Craig Fasi (Niue), Director of the Pollywood Film Festival. Ngā Whanaunga Māori Pasifika Shorts 2018 Directors: Hiona...

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Exclusive Screening of The Forgotten General

Exclusive Screening of The Forgotten General. Saturday 8th September 2018
Hastings Hearing is holding a public fundraising event. Come along for an exclusive screening of 'The Forgotten General' a docu-drama about local war hero Major General Andrew Russell. Russell was regarded as one of New Zealand's greatest military leaders, but for many still remains unheard...

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NZIFF - Woman At War

NZIFF - Woman At War. Saturday 8th September 2018
Iceland’s Benedikt Erlingsson (Of Horses and Men) winningly mixes absurdist comedy and tense thriller, with Halldóra Geirharðsdóttir as a fearless eco-warrior, juggling environmental action and foster motherhood. Meet Halla, Icelandic superwoman in a woolly jumper. At 49 and single, she leads...

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Napier Operatic Society Open Day

Sunday 9th September 2018
To celebrate New Zealand Theatre Month, Napier Operatic Society is hosting an Open Day at the Tabard Theatre, Coronation Street, Ahuriri. The programme is as follows: - 10.30am: Theatre Tour #1 - 11.00am to 12 noon: Workshop #1 – Lighting. Facilitator: Benjamin Smythe - 11.30am: Theatre Tour...

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NZIFF - The Price of Everything

NZIFF - The Price of Everything. Sunday 9th September 2018
How did the contemporary art market become so lucrative? In this hilarious and unnerving documentary filmmaker Nathaniel Kahn (My Architect) elicits revealing answers from buyers, sellers, critics and the artists themselves. An eye-opening, entertaining ride through the contemporary art market,...

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NZIFF - Shoplifters

NZIFF - Shoplifters. Sunday 9th September 2018
This year’s surprise Cannes Palme d’Or winner is one of Japanese director Kore-eda Hirokazu’s finest films, about a loving, unconventional family making ends meet on the margins of Tokyo. Few filmmakers are as delicate observers of family units – and especially of children – as Kore-eda...

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NZIFF - Wings of Desire

NZIFF - Wings of Desire. Sunday 9th September 2018
Two angels watch over a divided Berlin in Wim Wenders’ visually astonishing city symphony from 1987–restored 30 years later, under his direction, to look and sound better than ever in this glorious 4K presentation. For many the highlight of this year’s Berlinale was the premiere of this...

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NZIFF - Paul Callaghan: Dancing With Atoms

NZIFF - Paul Callaghan: Dancing With Atoms. Monday 10th September 2018
Shirley Horrocks, cine-biographer of many notable New Zealand artists, delivers an invaluable survey of the work and legacy of one of our most exceptional scientists and public figures. Sir Paul Callaghan, physicist, science communicator, entrepreneur and 2011 New Zealander of the year, died in...

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NZIFF - Birds of Passage

NZIFF - Birds of Passage. Wednesday 12th September 2018
The ancient traditions of Colombia’s indigenous Wayuu are shaped by an ambitious matriarch to stake a place for her clan in the burgeoning drug economy of the 1970s. This spectacularly original film opens NZIFF18. A vibrant Colombian indigenous culture that’s survived centuries of colonisation...

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NZIFF - Merata: How Mum Decolonised the Screen

NZIFF - Merata: How Mum Decolonised the Screen. Wednesday 12th September 2018
Merata Mita, pioneering Māori filmmaker and international champion of women in indigenous film, is celebrated by her youngest son, archivist Heperi Mita, collaborating with his siblings to deliver a richly personal portrait. By the time the pioneering indigenous filmmaker and activist Merata Mita...

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NZIFF - Cold War

NZIFF - Cold War. Thursday 13th September 2018
Winner of the Cannes Best Director award, Paweł Pawlikowski (Ida) has crafted a brilliant, kaleidoscopic vision of 1950s Europe, bursting with music, dance and the turbulent love of two musicians caught between East and West. This dazzling Cannes winner from Paweł Pawlikowski, the director of...

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NZIFF - The Miseducation of Cameron Post

NZIFF - The Miseducation of Cameron Post. Thursday 13th September 2018
Chloë Grace Moretz delivers a heartbreaking and nuanced performance as a queer teen shipped off to a gay conversion camp in Desiree Akhavan’s touching drama, this year’s Sundance Grand Jury winner. It’s 1993 in small town America and as Cameron (Chloë Grace Moretz) prepares for prom, Irma...

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Classical Hits

Classical Hits. Friday 14th September 2018
Schubert - Symphony No. 8 in B minor, D.759, ‘Unfinished’ Tchaikovsky - Variations on a Rococo Theme, Op. 33 Gillian Whitehead - Turanga-nui (World Premiere) Debussy - Prélude à l’après-midi d’un faune Tchaikovsky - Romeo and Juliet Fantasy Overture NZSO Associate Conductor Hamish...

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NZIFF - Kevin Roche: The Quiet Architect

NZIFF - Kevin Roche: The Quiet Architect. Saturday 15th September 2018
“Half biopic, half career showcase, Mark Noonan’s Kevin Roche: The Quiet Architect examines the life and work of its titular Pritzker Prize-winning architect.” — Luke Maxwell, Dublin Inquirer Filmmaker Mark Noonan profiles a contemporary icon in this lovely, life-affirming portrait of...

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NZIFF - Puzzle

NZIFF - Puzzle. Saturday 15th September 2018
When Agnes (Kelly Macdonald) receives a jigsaw for her birthday, it opens a surprising new avenue in her life and leads her to meet Robert (Irrfan Khan), an avid competitive puzzler who triggers a reassessment of her situation. When Agnes (Kelly Macdonald) receives a jigsaw for her birthday, it...

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NZIFF - The World Is Yours

NZIFF - The World Is Yours. Saturday 15th September 2018
Isabelle Adjani is the safe-cracking matriarch and Karim Leklou is her son who longs for a Mr Freeze franchise and a quiet life in this Cannes hit, a rollercoaster crime caper from writer-director Romain Gavras. Louche and charming in a distinctly Gallic fashion, this star-studded, action-packed...

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NZIFF - Kusama - Infinity

NZIFF - Kusama - Infinity. Sunday 16th September 2018
Now, at 89 years old the top-selling female artist in the world, Yayoi Kusama overcame family opposition, sexism, racism and mental illness to bring her radical artistic vision to the world stage. Escaping a traumatic family upbringing in Japan, a young female artist hit 1960s New York determined...

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NZIFF - Petra

NZIFF - Petra. Sunday 16th September 2018
In this constantly surprising, exquisitely appointed drama, a young painter secures a residency at a large family estate in the Catalan countryside to study under the ageing artist and owner she suspects is her father. Petra (Bárbara Lennie), a painter in her 20s, arrives to take up a residency...

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Helen Webby "Pluck"

Helen Webby Thursday 20th September 2018
Helen Webby will unpack her harp, the Concert Grand and present an intimate tour of the world of harp: Wales, Ireland, Scotland, Bach and the Baroque, to Paris and La Belle Epoque. Showcasing pieces written for Helen from her solo CD Pluck, including NZ composers Mark Smythe, Claire Cowan and...

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Die Fledermaus by Johann Strauss - On Tour

Die Fledermaus by Johann Strauss - On Tour. Saturday 22nd September 2018
Book now to farewell the Winter blues and enjoy this heart-warming classic of Comic Opera, the ever-popular masterwork of composer Johann Strauss. Memorable catchy tunes are woven into a plot of subterfuge, mistaken identities and involuntary impersonations with hilarious consequences, amid one...

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Soundbites

Soundbites. Monday 24th September 2018
A series of 30 minute recitals by students from Project Prima Volta. Entry by Koha - no bookings required. Project Prima Volta empowers young people to believe in themselves, to dream big, to seize opportunities and to thrive into adulthood. In turn, they go on to lead rewarding and fulfilling...

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The Sheriff of Plain & Purl

The Sheriff of Plain & Purl. Thursday 27th September 2018
A hilarious musical comedy following the Jinglebob family who love to knit, a scaredy-cat sheriff and the nasty Not-So-Nice-Nellie who tries to ban knitting and takeover the town.

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Dr Seuss's The Cat in the Hat

Dr Seuss's The Cat in the Hat. Friday 5th October 2018
Two bored kids. One rainy day. And one crazy cat wearing a red-striped hat. In 1957, Theodor Seuss Geisel used this formula and only 200 words to write his second children's book as Dr. Seuss. More than 50 years later, The Cat in the Hat is a much-loved children's literature classic and now a...

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CMNZ Presents: Piers Lane, Hiroshi Ikematsu & NZSQ

CMNZ Presents: Piers Lane, Hiroshi Ikematsu & NZSQ. Sunday 7th October 2018
Try googling “the ten most popular chamber music works of all time”. There are lots of lists but you’ll find Schubert’s “Trout” Quintet is on every one of them and it justly forms the centrepiece of this exquisite exploration of aquatic themes. Programmed alongside Schubert and...

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Tasty!

Tasty!. Saturday 20th October 2018
Bringing Wellington Drag to the Bay. Join us for a fun night of glitter, glamour, weirdness and an outright good time. Performances during the night that will make you scream “YASSSS” Stay up to date with a cast lineup being realised on our Facebook event...

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The Death of Me - by Christine Foster

The Death of Me - by Christine Foster. Thursday 25th October 2018
The theatre is coming to Central Hawke’s Bay with a light-hearted comedic murder mystery: The Death of Me by Christine Foster. What happens when you find yourself suddenly dead with no idea how it happened? How can you move on? Shelley and Paul, a happily married couple, were both in perfect...

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Napier Civic Choir Choral - Light Shines In the Darkness

Napier Civic Choir Choral - Light Shines In the Darkness. Friday 26th October 2018
Arvo Part's The Beatitudes | Morten Lauridsen's Lux Aterna - Joseph Haydn Mass in Time of War - Paukenmesse. This contemplative programme with choir, soloists and orchestra, explores the beauty and power that music can offer in the darkest of circumstances. Part’s setting of The Beatitudes is...

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Napier Civic Choir Orchestral Beethoven Symphony No. 2

Napier Civic Choir Orchestral Beethoven Symphony No. 2. Saturday 27th October 2018
Beethoven Symphony No.2 - Wagner Siegfried Idyll - Mendelssohn Violin Concerto in E minor. Don’t miss this special occasion, as we complete our long-running Beethoven symphony cycle with a performance of his delightful second symphony. We are thrilled to welcome back Helene Pohl, first violinist...

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A Russian Triple Bill

A Russian Triple Bill. Sunday 11th November 2018
Following their sell-out performances, A Festival of Russian Ballet, the Imperial Russian Ballet Company return to Australia with A Russian Triple Bill. This is the first time that the company have brought this stunning programme to Australia & New Zealand. Act 1 – Sleeping Beauty (Act III) A...

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Social Climbers - A Roger Hall Comedy

Social Climbers - A Roger Hall Comedy. Sunday 25th November 2018
New Zealand’s most celebrated playwright Roger Hall pits a groups of female teachers together with a school counsellor and a reluctant daughter for a weekend of bush walking, sparkling wine and sparkling comedy! The perfect pre-Christmas party for your friends, social club and work...

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Colin, Brad & Greg From Whose Line Is It Anyway?

Colin, Brad & Greg From Whose Line Is It Anyway?. Wednesday 28th November 2018
Colin Mochrie, Brad Sherwood and Greg Proops the popular stars of the Emmy nominated Whose Line Is It Anyway? have teamed up to present an evening of extraordinary improvisational comedy for one show only at the Bruce Mason Centre in Auckland. “They are laugh-until-your-sides-hurt funny. Its...

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The Ryman Healthcare Season of The Nutcracker

The Ryman Healthcare Season of The Nutcracker. Saturday 1st December 2018
Christmas comes but once a year, and for the Royal New Zealand Ballet, Christmas 2018 will be extra special, as we stage a national tour of The Nutcracker for the first time since 2010. Offering festive enchantment for all ages, this is a Christmas gift for all the family. Our story begins on...

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Napier Civic Choir Choral Concert - Handel's Messiah

Napier Civic Choir Choral Concert - Handel's Messiah. Friday 14th December 2018
In what has become a Christmas tradition for all of us, we once again revel in Handel’s enduring masterwork, Messiah. What better way to mark the festive season than with this great oratorio? Probably the most well known work in the choral repertoire, its breadth includes both intimate arias...

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Napier Civic Choir Orchestral - Beethoven Beauties

Napier Civic Choir Orchestral - Beethoven Beauties. Saturday 15th December 2018
Coriolan Overture, Piano Concerto No.4 in G major, Symphony No.3 in E flat major - Eroica We close the year with a feast of some of the most popular of Beethoven’s works for orchestra. The dramatic Coriolan overture sets the scene for us to welcome one of New Zealand’s most acclaimed pianists,...

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Ashton Family Circus & Dylan Daisy's Magic Show

Ashton Family Circus & Dylan Daisy's Magic Show. Friday 19th April 2019
The Ashton Family Circus bring grassroots entertainment for everyone to enjoy, free, at The Extravaganza Fair. Comprised of a wannabe strong man, a pole-dancer extraordinaire, a princess aerialists and 5 year old twin tigers. This show is something you can't miss!!! The family travel with The...

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Ashton Family Circus & Dylan Daisy's Magic Show

Ashton Family Circus & Dylan Daisy's Magic Show. Saturday 27th April 2019
The Ashton Family Circus bring grassroots entertainment for everyone to enjoy, free, at The Extravaganza Fair. Comprised of a wannabe strong man, a pole-dancer extraordinaire, a princess aerialists and 5 year old twin tigers. This show is something you can't miss!!! The family travel with The...

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