Turner Centre at Kerikeri
Turner Centre at Kerikeri

Sol3 Mio ‘Back to Basics’


This will be Sol3 Mio in their most intimate and purest form – three voices and a piano – with a brand new repertoire of songs and anecdotes from their adventures around the globe over the past 12 months.

In this tour, Sol3 Mio take a step back from their recent outdoor shows to reconnect with smaller audiences at concert halls and theatres, sharing experiences and music from their experiences across the globe, up close and personal.


Date: Saturday, 23 March

Time: 7:30pm

Venue: John Dalton Auditorium

Tickets: $80 per person

Melbourne City Ballet – ‘Alice in Wonderland’


Melbourne City Ballet’s Michael Pappalardo (Artistic Director) and Brendan Bradshaw (Artistic Associate) pay homage to the well-known novel by Lewis Carroll, “Alice In Wonderland”, with this enchanting ballet complimented by one of Tchaikovsky’s most famous scores – More Info | Buy Tickets


Date: Wednesday, 27 March 2019
Time: 7:30pm
Venue: John Dalton Theatre
Tickets: $38.00 Adults | $35.00 Sen Citz/Students with ID |
$25.00 Child (under 6) | $35.00 Groups 8+ adults

The Pettman Ensemble


The Pettman Ensemble is a flexible touring group of musicians from New Zealand and Australia dedicated to performing chamber music from early classical repertoire to music of today. Its core members are Michael Endres (piano), Uwe Grod (flute), Curt Thompson (violin) and Edith Salzmann (cello). Australasia’s most talented young artists will join the ensemble to perform music for larger groups.


Date: Thursday, 28 March 2019

Time: 7:30pm

Venue: John Dalton Theatre

Tickets: $30 Adult, $20 Senior, $20 Student (with ID), $15 Child (under 16)

The Turner Centre Jazz Club presents Maria O’Flaherty and the Ben Fernandez Quartet

The Jazz Club welcome Maria and Ben’s Quartet to Kerikeri. Maria O’Flaherty is based in Auckland. Her music spans several genres including Jazz, Latin, Celtic and French Chanson. She sings with some of NZ’s most respected jazz musicians, three of which are members of this quartet due to play the New World Theatre bar Friday 29th March.


Date: Friday, 29 March
Time: 5:00pm – Doors open | 6:00pm – Live music
Venue: New World Theatre Bar
Entry: $10 at the door

UPSURGE Bay of Islands Arts Festival

We are a biennial arts festival held in and around the stunning Bay of Islands region.
This year’s Festival runs over six action packed days and nights with a diverse programme of performance genres from New Zealand and afar.

With a tantalising selection of theatre, contemporary dance, free street theatre and music performances, we hope that there is something for everyone to enjoy.


Dates: 2-7 April

Times vary between events

Venues are located within the Bay of Islands

Tickets: Click here

DDF Dance End Of Term Showcase

DDF Dance Studio was established in 2008. This is their fifth year running and holding dance showcases at The Turner Centre in Kerikeri, the show is the end performance of their 8-week workshop they hold at their local studio down Sammaree Pl off Mill Lane. They also have students who will be performing from Moerewa and Paihia area. Alannah Curtis has choreographed the whole show, from old school songs like Micheal Jackson Blood on the dance floor, Ciara 1, 2 Step to new school music like Bruno Mars and Chris Brown.


Date: Friday, 12 April
Time: 6:00pm – doors open | 6:30pm – show starts
Venue: Plaza
Tickets: $15 Adults, $8 Under 16, $30 family of four, Under 5 on knee is Free

CATS the musical


One of the world’s best-loved musicals, CATS, will embark on its most extensive tour of New Zealand ever in 2019.


Date: Wednesday, 24 April 2019
Time: 7:30pm
Venue: John Dalton Theatre
Tickets: $119.00 Premium, $89.90 A Reserve, $79.90 B Reserve,

$79.90 Groups 10+ (A Reserve), $79.90 Students (18 & under)

The Bay of Islands Singers presents Stage Lights


“Stage Lights” – music for the theatre.

Opera (Aida) : Operetta (Merry Widow; Gondoliers) : Musicals (Cabaret, Oklahoma, Les Miserables and Chess). Guest Orchestra with Tania Priebs (soprano) and Ipu Laga’aia (tenor).

Conductor – John Jackets


Date:  Saturday, 4 May

Time: 7:30pm

Venue: Plaza

Tickets: $30 Adults, $12 Student (18 and under)


Royal New Zealand Ballet presents Tutus on Tour 2019


Following sell-out performances around New Zealand in 2018, the Royal New Zealand Ballet

is delighted to bring Tutus on Tour to the Turner Centre in 2019.

See the dancers perform classical favourites and contemporary works, tailor-made for

intimate venues, and suitable for all ages. Full details will be announced early 2019.


Date: Tuesday, 7 May, 2019

Time: 6:30pm

Venue: John Dalton Theatre

Tickets: Adults from $25, Child from $10

Rhythms of Ireland – 10th Anniversary Tour

Ireland’s most celebrated show, The Rhythms of Ireland, returns to New Zealand in 2019,   for the first time since their sell-out 2010 tour.

Celebrating their 10th Anniversary, New Zealand is privileged to welcome back Ireland’s most outstanding and elite company of dancers to perform this awe-inspiring production.


Date: Wednesday, 8 May 2019

Time: 7:30pm

Venue: John Dalton Auditorium

Tickets: $64.90 – $84.90

Note: Mild strobe haze and smoke effects are used throughout this show

The Stage Door Presents Shrek the Musical

Once upon a time, there was a little ogre named Shrek…”. Thus begins the tale of an unlikely hero who finds himself on a life-changing journey alongside an overexcited Donkey to rescue a spirited princess. Throw in the vertically-challenged Lord Farquaad, a cookie with an attitude, a puppet with a bad habit and over a dozen other fairy tale misfits, and you’ve got the kind of mess that calls for a real hero.


Dates & Times:
7:00pm, Thursday, 16 May  |  7:00pm, Friday, 17 May
1:00pm, Saturday, 18 May  |  7:30pm, Saturday, 18 May
1:00pm, Sunday, 19 May

Venue: John Dalton Theatre
Tickets: $30 Adults, $20 Child, $80 Family of four

Vision in Motion – Paintings by Anna Valdoni




Exhibition open night: Open throughout March

Venue: New World Theatre Bar