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Fri 23 FEB: French Film Night
Sat 24 FEB: JorJaz Dance Crew
Sat 24 FEB: Palmerston North Dance Association: Tap/Musical Theatre contest
Sun 04 MAR: Globe Theatre Sunday Matinee Series presents Trio Bella
Sun 04 MAR: Once Upon a Dance
Sun 11 MAR: Wanderlust Theatre (Wellington) presents The Marriage of Figaro
Wed 14 MAR: Chamber Music New Zealand presents Anderson & Roe Piano Duo
Tue 20 MAR: The Spooky Men's Chorale (Australia)

Wed 21 MAR: Bollywood: An evening of colourful Art, Dance and Film 
Fri 23 MAR: French Film Night
Sun 25 MAR: Globe Theatre Sunday Matinee Series presents Vlieg and Donaldson

Fri 6 APR: The Frank Burkitt Band on their "Raconteur" tour
11-13 APR: Little Dog Barking Theatre company presents Twinkle
Fri 20 APR: Chamber Music New Zealand presents Behn Quartet
26 APR - 12 MAY: Manawatu Theatre Society presents The Nether
Fri 27 APR: French Film Night
Sun 29 APR: Globe Theatre Sunday Matinee Series presents Baroque music
1 - 29 May: Reel Earth Film Festival
Thu 3 MAY: Bloom sings The Adele and Amy Songbook
Sat 5 MAY: May Day concert

Thu 10 MAY: Darren Watson Too Many Millionaires Album Launch
Fri 18 MAY: Smokefree Rockquest HEATS
Fri 25 MAY: French Film Night
30 MAY - 03 JUN: International Jazz Festival
Sun 03 JUN: Globe Theatre Sunday Matinee Series presents Ingrid Culliford & Kris Zuelicke
Fri 08 JUN: Smokefree Rockquest FINALS
20 - 23 JUNSt Peter's College biennial production

Sun 24 JUN: Globe Theatre Sunday Matinee Series presents Shayna Tweed, Tim Shirriffs & Lindsay Yeo 
Fri 29 JUN: 
French Film Night
7 - 8 JUL: Manawatu Performing Arts Competition
12 - 21 JUL: MYTH
Sun 22 JUL: 
Globe Theatre Sunday Matinee Series presents Chris Dann & friends
23- 29 JUL: Michelle Robinson Dance Studio, Annual production
Fri 27 JUL: French Film Night
Sat 28 JUL: Chamber Music New Zealand presents The Klara Kollektiv
Sun 26 AUG: Globe Theatre Sunday Matinee Series presents Christine Archer-Lockwood & Guy Donaldson
Thu 30 AUG: Smokefree Rockquest BANDS
Fri 31 AUG: French Film Night
Sun 23 SEP: Globe Theatre Sunday Matinee Series presents Diana Neild & Anne-Gaelle Ausseil 
Fri 28 SEP: French Film Night
Tue 9 OCT: Chamber Music New Zealand presents Ioana Cristina Goicea & Andrey Gugnin
Fri 26 OCT: French Film Night
Sun 28 OCT: Globe Theatre Sunday Matinee Series presents Duo Tapas 
Sun 25 NOV: Globe Theatre Sunday Matinee Series presents Ludwig Treviranus
Fri 30 NOV: French Film Night

COMING UP IN 2018 ...

Saturdays from 10 FEB, 9.00am-10.00am
JorJaz Dance Crew

Introducing JorJaz Dance Crew to the Globe Theatre. A performing group formed by Georgia Bergerson in 2008. Georgia created this group for her sister Jessica and her peers who have intellectual disabilities. 

A class full of awesome young adults with the passion and love for performing arts. Classes are held every Saturday 9-10am and the Globe Theatre. If you have that special someone in your family who loves to sing and dance then bring them down to join us! 

Fri 23 FEB, 7.30pm
French Film Night

Alliance FranÇaise Palmerston North in collaboration with The Globe Palmerston North proudly present the monthly French Film Night! With Licenced bar/cafe services available, come along to The Globe Palmerston North on the last Friday of every month.

Sat 24th Feb 9:00am-8:00pm
Palmerston North Dance Association
Restricted solos for Tap and Musical Theatre.
Open groups and Impromptus.
PACANZ National Young Performer Award nominations in Tap and Group/Troupe.

ENTRY: Tickets available at the door.

Festival pass $10.00
Session passes:
$5.00 Adult
$3.00 Seniors and children

Sun 04 MAR, 2.30-3.45pm
Globe Theatre Sunday Matinee Series: Trio Bella
Diana Neild, Nathan Pinkney, Joanna Dann & Chris Dann

ENTRY: Minimum suggested donation $5 (at the door)

Sun 04 MAR, 3.00-4.00pm
Once Upon a Dance

TWO WOMEN WEAVE A DYNAMIC TALE ABOUT THEIR DANCING LIVES

Jan Bolwell and Mona Williams combine forces in Once Upon a Dance, an hour long show which tells the story of their dancing lives.
Coming from different cultural and dancing backgrounds the pair from Crows Feet Dance Collective share their stories of growing up in different parts of the globe. They explain how dance influenced them and how they bonded over ballets such as The Nutcracker as well as many American Musicals.

However it's not all light and amusing. The pair have each faced their share of heartache, and aren't shying away from telling their stories.

ENTRY: $15 ($10 concessions). Book online HERE

Sun 11 MAR, 6.30-8.30pm
The Marriage of Figaro (Wanderlust Theatre, Wellington)

From the creative team behind the "witty and delightful" Cosi fan tutte - a SELL-OUT show at the Globe in 2016 ...
One of the most beloved operas of all time, Mozart's The Marriage of Figaro is set over the course of one crazy day in the household of Count Almaviva. Barber-turned-valet Figaro and his sassy fiancee, Susanna, join forces with the long-suffering Countess to outsmart their devious employer. This new sweetened and condensed adaptation by writer/soprano Georgia Jamieson Emms is performed in English and features a cast of singers from New Zealand Opera. Directed by Jacqueline Coats, this Figaro is innovative, economical, definitely a bit cheeky, yet preserves all the best bits of Mozart's masterpiece. Critics have called it “hilarious” and “sparkling with wit and ingenuity”.


ENTRY: $41 ($22 student, $20 school groups). Book online HERE.

Wed 14 MAR, 7.30-9.30pm
Chamber Music New Zealand: Anderson & Roe Piano Duo
Exploding genre boundaries, Anderson and Roe are as much at home with Mozart as they are with Daft Punk.
ENTRY: Subscribe for the 2018 season at chambermusic.co.nz
$10-$50 tickets. Book online HERE.

Tue 20 MAR, 7.30pm
The Spooky Men's Chorale
As thunderous as a herd of wildebeest, as sly as a wagonload of Spike Milligans and as sonorous as a cloister of monks, the Spooky Men’s Chorale are the gift that keeps on giving. They emerged blithering and blinking-eyed from the Blue Mountains of NSW seventeen years ago and armed with no more than their voices, a nice line in deadpan and an ill-matched set of hats, have been gleefully disturbing audiences throughout Australia, NZ and the UK ever since.

Always renowned for a combination of Visigothic bravado, absurdist humour and eye-moistening tenderness, the Spookies in middle age, with five albums under their belt, are more masters of their territory than ever before. For this, their second New Zealand Tour, they will delicately garnish their much loved black-catalogue with further incursions into beauty and stupidity, somewhat like a chocolate muffin with bits of chocolate in it. You must see them, really you must.
ENTRY: $30 ($25 senior/student, $15 junior). Book online HERE.

Wed 21 MAR, 5.30pm-9.30pm
Bollywood: An evening of colourful Art, Dance and Film
Come and immerse yourself in the fun, vibrant and colourful mood that is BOLLYWOOD. Admire (and have a go at) Rangoli Art, learn a bit about the groovy Bollywood dance (and try your hand at it) then sit back and enjoy the magic of India with one of the famous Bollywood films.  

Rangoli 5.30 - 6.30, Dance 6.30- 7.30, Film 7.30 - 9.30 pm

About Rangoli: Rangoli is a folk art from India in which patterns are created on the floor in living rooms or courtyards using materials such as coloured rice, dry flour, coloured sand or flower petals.

ENTRY: $10.00 Art, dance and film. $5.00 Film only

Sun 25 MAR, 2.30-3.45pm
Globe Theatre Sunday Matinee Series
Vlieg and Donaldson: Ingrid Vlieg (clarinet) and Guy Donaldson (piano)

ENTRY: Minimum suggested donation $5 (at the door)

Fri 6 APR - 7.30 - 10.00 pm
The Frank Burkitt Band
Creating a truly genre spanning album influenced by jazz, blues, folk, swing and all things American rootsd, The Frank Burkitt Band is releasing their brand new album RACONTEUR on 8 March, 2018. And in celebration, they're taking the album on a the road for a 10-date tour of New Zealand. The Raconteur tour will be the first time since 2016 that audiences will get to experience The Frank Burkitt Band's unique on-stage act. Promotional videos HERE.

ENTRY: $25 Book online HERE.

Mon 11 APR - Wed 13 APR, 10.00-11.00am & 11.30am-12.30pm
Twinkle
Perfect for kids! The latest show by Little Dog Barking Theatre Company (Wellington)
ENTRY: $5 Child, Free for under 2s. Free for adults accompanying 6 children. Bookings and information contact info@littledogbarking.co.nz or 021 042 1851

Fri 20 APR, 7.30-9.30pm
Chamber Music New Zealand: Behn Quartet
Energetic, revelatory and inspiring, Behn are the new voices of the string quartet. Enjoy toe-tapping favourites and much-loved repertoire from Dvorak, Jack Body and Ravel. 
 
ENTRY: Subscribe for the 2018 season at chambermusic.co.nz. $10-$50.
Tickets on sale HERE


Thu 26 APR 6:30pm
Fri 27 APR 6:30pm
Sat 28 APR 7:30pm
Wed 2 MAY 6:30pm
Thu 3 MAY 6:30pm
Fri 4 MAY 6:30pm
Sun 6 MAY 4:00pm
Thu 10 MAY 6:30pm
Fri 11 MAY 6:30pm
Sat 12 MAY 7:30pm

Thu 26 APR - Sat 12 MAY, times vary
Manawatu Theatre Society: The Nether
It is the near future. The internet has evolved into the Nether - a system of pure freedom - a virtual wonderland that provides total sensory immersion. Just log in, choose an identity and indulge your every desire. But when a young detective uncovers a disturbing brand of entertainment, she triggers an interrogation into the darkest corners of the imagination.
Presented for the first time on a New Zealand stage, The Nether is both a serpentine crime drama and haunting sci-fi thriller that explores the consequences of living out our private dreams - a chilling look into an inevitable future, one that asks: can morality and laws be enforced in a world that doesn’t actually exist?

"This is mind-bending, it’s ingenious and it’s ethically challenging.”
The London Times

Production website and system release notes: http://www.thenether.life
Written by Jennifer Haley
Featuring original music by Elijah Graham
Directed and designed by Scott Andrew

ENTRY: Tickets $25. Book online HERE.

Sun 29 APR, 2.30-3.45pm
Globe Theatre Sunday Matinee Series
Baroque Concert: featuring Roy Tankersley & Leonard Cave. Harpsicords & String Quartet

ENTRY: Minimum suggested donation $5 (at the door)

Tue 1 MAY - Tue 29 May, times vary
Reel Earth Film Festival
The annual festival is being presented in a number of venues in Palmerston North. The Globe is pleased to be hosting the Opening Night and Short Film Awards Night, alongside regular film nights.
ENTRY: Information available in March 2018.

Thu 3 MAY, 7.00-10.30pm
BLOOM sings THE ADELE AND AMY SONGBOOK
The Globe Theatre is proud to present Bloom, Australia's brightest new singing star, brings you the songs of Adele and Amy Winehouse.
ENTRY:  $39.50 earlybird ticket (until 28 Feb 2018), $45 regular ticket (from 1 Mar 2018)
Booking fee applies ($2 per ticket) Book online HERE

Sat 5 MAY, 7.00pm
May Day concert
ENTRY: Tickets available in April.

Thu 10 MAY, 8.00pm
Darren Watson Too Many Millionaires Album Launch

Veteran bluesman Darren Watson (Chicago Smoke Shop, Midge Marsden Band, Planet Key) is proud to announce the release of his first all acoustic album Too Many Millionaires, on May 1, 2018. To celebrate, Watson and his funky, acoustic band is embarking on an 11-date national tour throughout May, 2018. The Globe is proud to present the Palmerston North leg of the tour. 


ENTRY: Book online  HERE

Fri 18 MAY
Smokefree Rockquest: HEATS
 

Wed 30 MAY
International Jazz Festival: Hopetoun Brown and the Genius of Finn Scholes

A duo of trumpet and bass clarinet, Tim Stewart and Nick Atkinson blow up a storm of soul, jazz, blues and electricity free hip-hop.
ENTRY: Book online HERE

Thu 31 MAY
International Jazz Festival: Blues Night - The First 50th Years

Featuring New Zealand's "King" of the Blues Midge Marsden Marsden's career spans four decades, and during that time he has played thousands of concerts in New Zealand and introduced several generations of New Zealanders to the blues
ENTRY: Book online HERE

Fri 1st JUN
International Jazz Festival: Kevin Downing 101 Lab Band

Featuring Larry Koonse and Bruce Forman, special guests from the USA Guitarists
ENTRY: Book online HERE

Sun 03 JUN
International Jazz Festival: The Big Band Bash

Featuring the Swamp City Big Band, The Manawatu Jazz Club Big Swing Band,
the All Girl Big Band from Christchurch and the Whanganui Jazz Club Big Band

ENTRY: Book Online HERE

Sun 03 JUN, 2.30-3.45pm
Globe Theatre Sunday Matinee Series
Ingrid Culliford (flute) & Kris Zuelicke (piano)

ENTRY: Minimum suggested donation $5 (at the door)

Fri 08 JUN
Smokefree Rockquest: FINALS
 

Wed 20 - Sat 23 JUN
St Peter's College biennial production
ENTRY: Tickets available in June.

Sun 24 JUN, 2.30-3.45pm
Globe Theatre Sunday Matinee Series
Vocal concert: Shayna Tweed, Tim Shirriffs & Lindsay Yeo 

ENTRY: Minimum suggested donation $5 (at the door)

Sat 7 - Sun 8 JUL
Manawatu Performing Arts Competition
Piano and Speech & Drama. For more info visit mpacs.org.nz.
ENTRY: Tickets available in June.

Thu 12 - Sat 21 JUL, times vary
M.Y.T.H.
Palmerston North's newest theatre company. Watch this space!
ENTRY: Tickets available in June.

23-29 JUL, times vary
Michelle Robinson Dance Studio
Annual production.
ENTRY: Tickets available in June.

Sun 22 JUL, 2.30-3.45pm
Globe Theatre Sunday Matinee Series
Chris Dann (piano) & friends

ENTRY: Minimum suggested donation $5 (at the door)

Sat 28 JUL, 7.30-9.30pm
Chamber Music New Zealand:
The Klara Kollektiv
Mesmerising, poetic and atmospheric, this Swedish-based ensemble perform a programme of New Zealand and European wonders.

ENTRY: Subscribe for the 2018 season at chambermusic.co.nz
$10-$50. Tickets available HERE

Sun 26 AUG, 2.30-3.45pm
Globe Theatre Sunday Matinee Series
Christine Archer-Lockwood & Guy Donaldson (piano duet)

ENTRY: Minimum suggested donation $5 (at the door)

Sun 23 SEP, 2.30-3.45pm
Globe Theatre Sunday Matinee Series
Diana Neild (flute) & Anne-Gaelle Ausseil (harp)

ENTRY: Minimum suggested donation $5 (at the door).

Tue 9 OCT, 7.30-9.30pm
Chamber Music New Zealand:
Ioana Cristina Goicea & Andrey Gugnin
Ones to watch, these award-winning rising stars, from Romania and Russia respectively, perform a programme of lush, romantic and contemporary music.
ENTRY: Subscribe for the 2018 season at chambermusic.co.nz
$10-$50. Tickets available HERE

Sun 28 OCT, 2.30-3.45pm
Globe Theatre Sunday Matinee Series
Duo Tapas (guitar duo)

ENTRY: Minimum suggested donation $5 (at the door)

Sun 25 NOV, 2.30-3.45pm
Globe Theatre Sunday Matinee Series
Ludwig Treviranus (piano)

ENTRY: Minimum suggested donation $5 (at the door)