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Turner Centre at Kerikeri

Jazz Club

FEATURING INTERNATIONAL JAZZ ARTIST JOHN LEIGH CALDER

AND THE JOHN LEIGH CALDER TRIO

 

The Turner Centre Jazz Club is very excited to present the John Leigh Calder Trio featuring John Leigh Calder (Bass and Vocals), Matt Watson (Piano) and Matt Hennessey (Drums) for an exciting night of cool Jazz.  Proudly Sponsored by Stay Kerikeri.   More Info

5.30pm-9.30pm (Bar Open)

Live Jazz from 6.00pm

Friday, 24th March 2017

Venue:  New World Theatre Bar

Entry:  $5.00 each 

 

100 x 100 Art Exhibition

 

A unique show of little paintings.  Each artwork measures 100mmx100mm priced at $100 each. Featuring  over 100 artists from the Far North and three contributing artists from Auckland.  11 ethnicities with an age range from 15 to 91 are represented.  To secure one of these ‘precious gems‘ it is recommended you attend the opening night. Entry to the Opening is FREE.

 

Opening Function – 5.00pm-7.00pm, Wednesday 29 March 2017

then weekdays 9.00am-4.00pm (phone first to avoid clashes)

Thursday, 30th March until end of April 2017

Venue:  New World Theatre Bar

FREE ADMISSION

 

DDf Dance Concert

WITH DIAMOND DIVAS, MINI DIVAS, BABY DIVAS, DDF MEGA CREW & SOULFUL DANCE CREW

 

Great live entertainment for the whole family.  DDF are ready to blow your minds!  Great place to come and enjoy music and dance performed by local talent aged from 5-27yrs old.

More Info

 

6.30pm-8.30pm (Doors open at 6.00pm)

Friday, 31 March 2017

Venue:  John Dalton Theatre

Tickets:  $10.00 each or $35.00 family (2 Adults/2 Children)

 

Art Exhibition

HIKO O TE RANGI – ‘THE LIGHT THAT GUIDES’

 

Art Exhibition from Kings Theatre Creative.

 

9.00am-4.00pm (phone first to avoid clashes)

Friday, 24th February through until end of March

Venue:  New World Theatre Bar

FREE ADMISSION

 

UPSURGE – Bay of Islands Festival Experience

 

The UPSURGE Bay of Islands Festival Experience will run for an action packed five days and nights from 5th April to 9th April 2017.  Tickets are NOW ON SALE!  We are offering an incredible line up of high calibre performances from New York, Ireland, Cleveland, Australia, and Berlin as well as many of our most celebrated  artists and entertainers  from around New Zealand.  With over 22 performances showcasing a variety of performance genres, including music, theatre, dance and comedy, shows will be held in a selection of our much-loved  venues around the region.

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WEDNESDAY 5TH TO SUNDAY 9TH APRIL 2017

 

UPSURGE Festival presents: Hudson & Halls Live!

A SILO THEATRE PRODUCTION

 

And we’re live! The oven’s caught fire, David is drinking and Peter has bad news.  In this immersive work, co-created by the theatrical daredevil Kip Chapman, we meet two of New Zealand’s trailblazing TV personalities at a pivotal point in their relationship.  It’s the Christmas special and they’re up to their eyeballs in turkey stuffing and melting cream castles!  More Info  Buy Tickets

 

7.30pm, Tuesday 4th April 2017 (Preview Performance)

7.30pm, Wednesday 5th April 2017 in the John Dalton Theatre

Tickets:  $48.00 each

 

 

UPSURGE Festival presents: September Moon

FEATURING MAKARETA UMBERS, DAVE HILL & ALAN THOMAS

 

September Moon is based in the Bay of Islands and comprise Makareta Umbers (vocals/percussion), Julian Brady (guitar), Dave Hill (drums) and Alan Thomas (bass).  With a repertoire of outstanding songs from the Great American Songbook through to comtemporary soul, they deliver mellow grooves and cool lyrical jazz.  Nice!

 

6.15pm-7.15pm – Prior to Lady Rizo Performance

Thursday, 6th April 2017

Venue:  New World Theatre Bar

FREE ADMISSION – ALL WELCOME!

 

UPSURGE Festival presents: Lady Rizo (New York)

‘INDIGO CHILD’

It’s rumoured that she is the product of a night of unrestrained indulgence between Peggy Lee, Mel Brooks, Nina Simone, Dean Martin and Janis Joplin, but the truth is Lady Rizo was raised by theatrical gypsies with the highest show-business ethics.  She exploded on to the New York stage with stage charisma that wins her audiences at The Highline Ballroom, Joe’s Pub, Le Poisson Rouge, The Box, The Cutting Room, The Zipper Factory, Mo Pitkins and at the Speigeltent at Bard.  More Info  Buy Tickets

 

7.30pm, Thursday 6th April 2017  in the John Dalton Theatre

Tickets:  $46.00 each  

Note:  Contains Adult Themes 

Friday Lunchtime Concert

 

After a very successful start with Tania Priebs and Daniel Morrisson to our 2017 Lunchtime Concert series, we look forward to bringing more wonderfully talented emerging and local performers.  Watch this space for more details coming soon…

 

12.30pm

Friday, 7th April 2017

Venue:  New World Theatre Bar

Entry by suggested donation $5.00 each

UPSURGE Festival presents: Wonky Donkey

WRITTEN & PERFORMED BY CRAIG SMITH

 

Bring the kids along for a story, a sing along and some general hilarity with acclaimed author and singer-songwriter Craig Smith.  The much-loved Wonky Donkey shot to hanky-panky stinky-dinky fame and Craig is now in big demand around the country with his guitar and his songs for ‘the the less mature’.  More Info  Buy Tickets

11.00am, Saturday 8th April 2017

Venue:  Downstairs

Tickets:  $10.00 Adults; $5.00 Children (15 yrs & under)

Suitable Ages 3+

 

UPSURGE Festival presents: Every Brilliant Thing

PRESENTED BY:  PAINES PLOUGH & PENTABUS THEATRE COMPANY

 

You’re six years old. Mum’s in hospital. Dad says she’s ‘done something stupid’. She finds it hard to be happy.  You start to make a list of everything that’s brilliant about the world, everything that’s worth living for… More Info  Buy Tickets

 

7.00pm, Saturday 8th April 2017 in the John Dalton Theatre (TCentre)

6.30pm, Sunday 9th April 2017 in the Russell Town Hall

Tickets:  $38.00 Adults

Suitable Ages 14+

UPSURGE Festival presents: Taylah Barker & Luke

 

Taylah Barker is a vocalist and songwriter from Northland, who has performed at venues and events all over the region, including the Whangarei Fritter Festival at Toll Stadium, The Paihia It Festival and opening for Fly My Pretties on their Homeland Tour.  Taylah Barker & Lukes’s original music has a uniquely fresh sound paired with an underlying rawness.  Their inspirations include Rootsy New Zealand music, contemporary jazz and the driving rhythms of Classic rock.

 

5.15pm-6.15pm

Sunday, 9th April 2017 prior to How to Keep An Alien performance

Venue:  New World Theatre Bar

FREE ADMISSION – ALL WELCOME

UPSURGE Festival presents: How to Keep an Alien

PRESENTED BY:  ROUGH MAGIC (IRELAND)

 

In a story about falling in love and proving it to the government, Edinburgh Fringe winner Sonya Kelly relates a tearfully funny, tender memoir about securing an Irish visa for her Australian partner, Kate.

More Info  Buy Tickets

 

6.30pm

Sunday, 9th April 2017

Venue:  John Dalton Theatre

Tickets:  $38.00 Adults

Aroha Music Society presents: Amalia Hall (Violin) & Christopher Park (Piano)

IN SONATAS BY MOZART, GRIEG & BRAHMS

 

Amalia Hall is one of the finest violinists this country has ever produced and has recently been appointed Concertmaster of Orchestra Wellington.  Christopher Park is a German/Korean pianist who is now making a name for himself world-wide, with concerts in Qatar, China, South Africa and South Korea.  This promises to be a wonderful concert!  More Info  Buy Tickets

 

7.30pm, Tuesday, 11th April 2017

Venue:  New World Theatre Bar

Tickets:  $25.00 Adults; 18 & under FREE

Aroha Music Society presents: Jade String Quartet

 

The ever-popular Jade String Quartet returns to Kerikeri!  The programme includes Their programme includes the lovely Nocturne from Borodin’s second string quartet as well as Beethoven’s Quartet in A Op. 18/5 and Schumann’s Quartet in F Op. 41/2.  More Info  Buy Tickets

 

7.30pm

Friday, 21st April 2017

Venue:  New World Theatre Bar

Tickets:  $25.00 each; 18 yrs & under FREE

The Topp Twins – Heading for the Hills

 

New Zealand’s well-loved national treasures are hitting the road on April’s Fools Day bringing their original style of merriment, mayhem and mirth to the regions. The country’s hills will be alive with the sound of laughter!  More Info  Buy Tickets

 

8.00pm

Saturday, 29th April 2017

Venue:  John Dalton Theatre

Tickets:  $69.50 Adults; $64.50 Sen Citz/Students (18 yrs & under)

Houstoun – Fox Project

MAESTRO MEETS MAESTRO – WITH SPECIAL GUEST ERNA FERRY

 

Michael Houstoun – classical piano maestro and Rodger Fox  – renowned jazz artist  – big band leader are masters of their craft. The joining of these two New Zealand icons will blend the best of classical with the best of jazz. Preview here More Info  Buy Tickets

 

8.00pm, Friday 5th May 2017

Venue:  John Dalton Theatre

Tickets:  $48.00 each

 

Four Flat Whites in Italy

BY ROGER HALL; DIRECTED BY GERALDINE BROPHY

 

Blending cracker one-liners with lots of laughs and astute observation FOUR FLAT WHITES IN ITALY is classic Roger Hall, as he again deftly satirizes our manners, morals, loves and lusts in this highly entertaining treat. Proudly presented by Ben McDonald.  More Info  Buy Tickets

 

8.00pm
Thursday, 11th May 2017
Venue:  John Dalton Theatre
Tickets:  $69.90 each

Bay of Islands Singers

PRESENT:  ’ETERNAL LIGHT’

The first Bay of Islands Singers concert for 2017 includes works which demonstrate the extraordinary variety of choral music composed between the 17th and 21st century.  This includes a part of Bach’s most popular cantata ‘Sleepers, Wake! Also music by Karl Jenkins, Howard Goodall, Haydn and Mozart.  More Info  Buy Tickets

 

7.30pm

Saturday, 13th May 2017

Venue:  John Dalton Theatre

Tickets:  $30.00 Adults; $12.00 Students (18 yrs & under)

 

 

 

Queen – It’s a Kinda Magic

SHOWTIME PRESENTS:  ’IT’S A KINDA MAGIC’ STARRING GILES TAYLOR

 

Queen – It’s a Kinda Magic recreates Queen’s 1986 World Tour concert, featuring over 20 of the band’s greatest hits such as ‘We Will Rock You’, ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’, ‘We Are the Champions’, ‘Under Pressure’ and ‘Fat-Bottomed Girls’.  More Info  Buy Tickets

 

7.00pm

Sunday, 4th June 2017

Venue:  John Dalton theatre

Tickets:  $59.00 Adults; $30.00 Students (18 yrs & under); $54.00 Groups 6+

New Zealand Symphony Orchestra

‘ALEXANDER SHELLEY RETURNS’

 

Spanish guitarist Pablo Sáinz Villegas brings to life Joaquín Rodrigo’s Concierto de Aranjuez.  Leonie Holmes’ atmospheric Frond unfurls with wisps of delicate melodic fragments – an effect continued in Béla Bartók’s ever evolving Concerto for Orchestra. Together they make a brilliant kaleidoscope of colours and effects.  More Info  Buy Tickets

 

6.30pm, Sunday 23rd July 2017

Venue:  John Dalton Theatre

5.30pm Pre-Show talk Downstairs – FREE for all ticket holders

Tickets:  Click here for ticket prices

The Sound of Music

BY RODGERS AND HAMMERSTEIN

 

From the producer of the recent touring stage shows Grease, HMS Pinafore, Menopause the Musical and South Pacific, comes one of the world’s best-loved musicals, THE SOUND OF MUSIC! This legendary Rodgers and Hammerstein musical features an unforgettable score that includes some of the most famous songs ever performed on the musical stage.   More Info  Buy Tickets

 

7.00pm

Wednesday, 4th October 2017

Venue:  John Dalton Theatre

Tickets:  $79.90 each

 

Show/Meal Deal (Only $30) at Food at Wharepuke

Food at Wharepuke are offering a Show/Meal deal for only $30 for two delicious courses. So if you’re coming to the Turner Centre for a night’s entertainment, give Food at Wharepuke a call to book your pre-show meal. Available between 5.00pm-6.30pm on show nights only. (Does not include show ticket).  Cuisine local favourites 2013, 2014.  Monteith’s Wild Food Challenge Finalists 2014.

 

Click here for a sample menu

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