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Jazz Club

FEATURING: RED ARROWS DIXIE LED BY DEREK HOPPER

 

The New World Theatre Bar Jazz Club is pleased to present Red Arrows Dixie led by Derek Hopper bringing the swinging sounds of the South.    More Info   Proudly sponsored by STAY Kerikeri  Note:  Due to the success of Jazz Club, seating is restricted.

 

5.30pm (Doors Open)

Live Jazz from 6.00pm

Friday, 21st July 2017

Venue:  New World Theatre Bar

Entry:  $5.00 each

New Zealand Symphony Orchestra

‘ALEXANDER SHELLEY RETURNS’

 

The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra is bringing one of the greatest pieces of Spanish music ever written and a masterpiece by Béla Bartók, a giant of 20th century music, under the baton of Britain’s Alexander Shelley, one of the most sought-after conductors in the world today.

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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

Aroha Music Society presents: ACE Brass Trio

 

ACE Brass was formed in 2011 to inspire audiences by presenting world-class brass trio music throughout New Zealand.  They will delight us with music from Mozart to Jazz, some NZ music and a few surprises too.  More Info  Buy Tickets

 

7.30pm

Friday, 28th July 2017

Venue:  New World Theatre Bar

Tickets:  $30.00 Adults; 18 & under FREE

Lunchtime Concert

 

 

Watch this space…more details coming soon…

 

12.30pm

Friday, 4th August 2017

Venue:  New World Theatre Bar

Entry by Suggested Donation:  $5.00 each

Bay of Islands Singers – ‘Transatlantic Cabaret’

 

In contrast to their May concert, this will be a relaxing and foot tapping evening with popular music from both sides of the Atlantic.  Accompanied by dazzling jazz pianist Matt Watson and a 5-piece band, the choir will perform a wide range of jazz standards and show songs plus a lot more.

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7.30pm

Saturday, 12th August 2017

Venue:  Plaza (unallocated seating at tables)

Tickets:  $25.00 Adults; $12.00 Students (18 yrs & under)

 

 

McDonald Vague Seminar

GETTING IT RIGHT – OPTIONS ON INSOLVENCY

Introductory basics, with insolvency case histories, and question and answer sessions.  

Presenters: Boris van Delden, Iain McLennan and Dalwyn Whisken of McDonald Vague Limited.  

Of Interest to: business owners and professional business advisors, such as accountants and lawyers.

To register e: dwhisken@mvp.co.nz or m: 021-210-6903  More Info

 

11.30pm-12.30pm

Friday, 18th August 2017

Venue:  New World Theatre Bar

FREE ADMISSION – REGISTRATION ESSENTIAL

 

New Zealand String Quartet – Dangerous Liaisons

NZSQ present a concert exploring themes of love and desire, taking you on an emotional journey from Beethoven’s first quartet, inspired by Romeo and Juliet, to Bartok’s unrequited passion for a virtuoso violinist and ending on a happier note with Schumann’s triumph over parental opposition to marry the love of his life.  More Info  Buy Tickets

7.30pm

Wednesday, 23rd August 2017

Venue:  John Dalton Theatre

Tickets:  $45.00** Adults; $40.00 Sen Citz;

$15.00 Tertiary Student (with ID); $5.00 Child (up to 18 yrs)

**Friends of NZSQ, NZSO, CMNZ & subscribers to SOUNZ,

contact the Box Office for special discounted tickets.

Top Energy Far North Science & Technology Fair

 

Year 7-13 students from a variety of schools in the Far North participate in the “Top Energy Far North Science and Technology Fair”.  Over the years, the sponsors and organisers have been delighted with both the level of participation from our schools and the quality and innovation shown in many of the students’ exhibits.  More Info

 

Wednesday, 30th August 2017 (Judges & Exhibitors Only)

Thursday, 31st August 2017 – 9.30am-1.30pm (Open to Public Viewing)

Friday, 1st September 2017 – 5.30pm onwards Prizegiving

Venue:  Plaza/Downstairs

FREE ADMISSION

Deb Webber Live

PSYCHIC MEDIUM

 

Deb Webber is Australia’s Best and most famous Psychic Medium from Channel 10 and Gem’s TV series ‘Sensing Murder’ and long-time columnist of Australia and New Zealand’s ‘Woman’s Day Magazine’.

 More Info  Buy Tickets

 

7.30pm (doors open at 7.00pm)

Thursday, 31st August 2017

Venue:  Downstairs

Tickets:  $68.00 Adults; $58.00 Sen Citz

available at Eventfinda – book here

Art Exhibition – The Colours of Nature

FEATURING WORKS BY ARTIST ULRIKE NOVAK

In her younger years, Ulrike studied biology. This was followed by 30 years of lab-based cancer research, using gardening, hiking through the countryside and scuba diving to stay in touch with the colourful, positive and exuberant. Now, living on a farm, the ever changing colours and shapes of nature are of great inspiration to her.   The exhibition will open with a light function commencing at 5.00pm on Thursday, 29th June.  Entry to the opening is FREE.

5.00pm-7.00pm, Thursday 29th June (Opening Function), then
9.00am-4.00pm daily (phone first to avoid clashes)
Thursday, 29th June 2017 until end of August
Venue:  New World Theatre Bar
FREE ADMISSION

Te Waka Huia

A NEW PLAY WRITTEN BY NAOMI BARTLEY, DIRECTED BY CHRIS MOLLOY

A bus crash.  A love story.  An unusual place to call home.  Te Waka Huia is a play inspired by the 1963 Brynderwyn bus crash.  It is a fictional tribute to those who died in NZ’s worst road accident, and to those who have lived with the loss ever since.  More Info  Buy Tickets

 

8.00pm

Sunday, 17th September 2017

Venue:  Plaza

Tickets:  $20.00 Adults; $15.00 Senior Citz/Students (18 & under)

/Children

 

Melissa Mills – Psychic Medium

WHISPERS FROM ABOVE

 

This show is part of the official Whispers from Above tour which kicked off in Howick this year.  An evening with Melissa Mills International Psychic Medium will be an experience to remember and not to be missed!  More Info  Buy Tickets

 

7.30pm, Thursday 21st September 2017

Venue:  John Dalton Theatre

Tickets:  $52.00 each

available from melissamills.co.nz/tour/ or Eventfinda

Note:  R16

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

 

Kelvin Cruickshank (Psychic Medium) Soul Food

 

By popular demand NZ Medium Kelvin Cruickshank has put on a show for his home town of Kerikeri. Passing on messages from people who have died and are in spirit is what Kelvin believes he was put on earth to do.  More Info  Buy tickets

 

7.00pm (doors open 6.30pm)

Thursday, 12th October 2017

Venue:  John Dalton Theatre

Tickets:  $65.00 each

(R18)

 

Saturday Night Fever

 

The greatest dancefloor musical of all time, SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER, will tour New Zealand in October-November to coincide with the 40th anniversary of the release of the film starring John Travolta — spawning a decade of disco, fuelled by Bee Gees hits including Stayin Alive, Disco Inferno, More than a Woman, You Should Be Dancing and Jive Talkin.  More Info  Buy Tickets

 

8.00pm

Thursday, 16th November 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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