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The event listing is followed by all booking details below. Please note that unless stated otherwise, concessions apply to Gold Card, students, junior (17 years and under) and CSC holders.

Fri 19 APR - Sat 4 MAY, show days and times vary
Manawatu Theatre Society presents The Wedding Singer

Sat 27 APR, 7.30 PM performance will be interpreted using New Zealand Sign Language. To access tickets for this section of the auditorium, please contact manawatutheatreinc@gmail.com.

Robbie Hart is an extremely talented wedding singer who, ironically, is left standing at the altar on his own wedding day. Convinced by his friends to go back to work, Robbie befriends Julia Sullivan, a waitress who works at the reception hall where he sings, and who is about to marry a cheating skunk. Unless Robbie can pull off the performance of the decade, the girl of his dreams will be gone forever.

ENTRY: Full details and tickets, $35 available HERE and from Globe Box Office.

NOTE: Stand-by tickets are available 15 minutes before each show at $29. 

Weds 24 Apr, 10.30 AM and 2.30 PM
Alliance Francaise presents Theatre Workshops

Join in for a one-off theatre workshop with professional French actors Lionel Pascal, Océane Pivoteau and Mathieu Delacourt!
The trio will be in Palmerston North on the 24th to present their theatre show "The Man Out of Mud". During the day, they will exceptionally be holding two public workshops: one for children, from 10.30 am to 12 pm, and one for adults, from 2.30 to 4 pm. 

Workshops in English. No charge for low income or community services card holders. Suggested koha $20-40 for those who can afford it.
 If you wish, you can register your attendance here. Don't wait too long to book your space!

Weds 24 Apr, 6.30 PM
Alliance Francaise presents The Man Out of Mud (L'Homme de Boue)

A dynamic, modern and passionate one-man show. It is the story of a young man who went to war, with his innocence and who will discover the horrors for which no one had prepared him. To escape, he will have no other choice but to concentrate on the pleasures of life that will save him from going mad. A violent transition to adulthood but with irony and humour! 
Created from real letters of "Poilus" from the First World War, this theatre show has been on tour since 2014. 
Don't miss this one-off performance.

Licensed café/bar service will be available from 6 pm.

ENTRY: No charge for low income or community services card holders. Suggested koha $20-40 for those who can afford it. If you wish, you can register your attendance here.

Thurs 25 APR, 7.00 PM
Second Hand Touring Presents 
ADAM MCGRATH ‘RAGGED RAMBLE TOUR' 

Adam McGrath, Lead singer and songwriter from mythical mongrel Christchurch folk/country band The Eastern, returns again to the state highways and byways of these long isles as part of his Autumn ‘Ragged Ramble’ Tour. 

ENTRY: $20 in advance, $25 door sales + more details available from HERE or Globe Box Office

Fri 26 APR, 7.30 for 8.00 PM
Alliance Française French Film Night - La Belle et la belle 

At a Parisien party, Margaux, a young women in her twenties, meets another woman who is also called Margaux. The latter, although in her forties, has much in common with the first: they have the same tatses, think in the same way and have had the same experiences. They soon discover that they are one and the same person but at two different stages of the same life.

From 7.30 pm, movie starts at 8 pm. Licensed bar/café service available at the Globe.

ENTRY: FREE Donations welcome

Sat 27 APR, 2 - 4.00 PM
2.00 PM Meet and Greet with Rodney Bell, Ngati Maniapoto
3.00 PM Dance Celebration Showcase at The Globe Theatre

The launch of NZ Dance Week 2019, on Saturday 27 April will be part of the Lets Dance Palmy!; a programme of dance activities at Te Manawa and the Globe Theatre, with have-a-go workshops and performances, and a celebratory dance showcase. A ‘meet and greet’ to bring together members of the diverse Palmerston North dance community and supporting organisations will follow the launch event.  Integrated movement artist Rodney Bell, Ngāti Maniapoto; a renowned dancer and performer and founding member of Touch Compass Dance Company will officially launch NZ Dance Week 2019 at 2pm.

ENTRY: Gold Coin

SAT 27 APR, 12.00 - 1.00 PM
Movement workshop with Rodney Bell

A unique and open workshop that encourages participants of all ages and abilities to explore and create movement. Supported by Tom Scrase providing live music, Rodney will lead participants through a playful investigation of movement creation.

Rodney Bell is an internationally recognised performing artist who is specialised in working with people who live with a disability. 

ENTRY: Free but please rsvp by 24 April to HERE.  

Sun 28 APR, 2.30-3.45 PM
Globe Theatre Sunday Matinee Series
Roger Wilson (Baritone)
& Guy Donaldson (Piano)

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

Thurs 2 MAY, 7.30 PM
Graeme James - The Long Way Home

One of New Zealand’s most streamed indie artists, Graeme James released his Nettwerk label debut album The Long Way Home  on January 25th, and is returning to New Zealand on tour from this April.
The Long Way Home is a warmly insightful, lushly layered modern folk album.  

ENTRY: More details and tickets (Early Bird until 8 March $15) from HERE or Globe Box Office.

Fri 3 MAY, 8.00 PM
The Comedy Hub presents Pro Show

Catch some of the best comedians that New Zealand has to offer, with support from local performers. Come and support your local stand up comedians as they build up more material for shows. Guest MC, Alexander Sparrow, plus three local comedians. Come to this show and enjoy preferential rates for The Merry Wives of Windsor (produced by Sparrow and Boyle) on Sat 4 May.

ENTRY: Full details and tickets ($10/$5) available HERE and from Globe Box Office. 

Sat 4 MAY, 8.00 PM
Katie Boyle in The Merry Wives of Windsor

Starring Pop-Up Globe's Katie Boyle (Hamlet, 2016).
Directed by award-winning character comic, Alexander Sparrow (DJ Trump).
Katie Boyle is one of NZ’s most prolific Shakespearean actors, with 10 Elizabethan productions performed over the last 5 years, including an all-female Hamlet at the Pop-Up Globe (Guildenstern and Laertes).
Brought to you by Sparrow & Boyle Entertainment. This is not a Pop-Up Globe show.

ENTRY: More details and advance tickets ($25/$20) available from HERE and at Globe Box Office. Door sales $30.

Sun 5 MAY, 7.00 PM
Joni Harms and Olivia

Joni Harms has a warm sincerity and ease to her voice… a voice that shines through on stories and melodies of a country/western way of life, making you feel you are part of the entire experience she sings about, as if she is singing only to you.   In many ways, Joni is a pioneer and torch-bearer, knowing the country lifestyle is made up of a blend of musical sounds, giving her a unique style drawing crowds, literally, around the world.
Touring with her daughter, Olivia, who has  "
been on the road with her (mum) as long as I can remember. I've always loved the opportunity to share music with people and it didn't take long before I was bound and determined to make music my career."

ENTRY: Tickets  $25/$20 from www.music.initech.co.nz

 

Weds 8 MAY, 7.30 PM
The Aroha Quartet plays Mozart, Ligeti & Beethoven 

Our programme starts with Mozart's String Quartet No 17 in B-flat K458. Nicknamed 'The Hunt, this is a high-spirited, joyful work, both rustic and sophisticated. It continues with String Quartet No 1 'Métamorphoses nocturnes' by Hungarian composer György Ligeti. Described by one writer as “Bartok's seventh string quartet”, this colourful work is written in seventeen wonderfully contrasting sections played as one continuous movement. The concert finishes with Beethoven's profound String Quartet No 13 in B-flat major Op 130, a piece that explores the limits of what can be expressed in music. 

ENTRY: More details and tickets ($20/$25 with Family and Junior options) available from HERE or Globe Box Office.

Thurs 9 May, 7.30 PM
One Day Ahead

After multiple sell out screenings in Auckland, Christchurch, Wellington, Hastings and Waimate, we're now bringing a screening to Palmerston North.
The documentary follows 8 Kiwi blokes as they take on the adventure of a lifetime, by riding the entire 2018 Tour de France course one day ahead of the pros, while also raising awareness and funds for the Mental Health Foundation of New Zealand
While the documentary has a background of cycling, the movie appeals to a wider audience capturing a microcosm of life in 23 days showing the highs and lows as the team bonds together to strive to achieve the goal of riding the entire Tour de France.
A trailer of the documentary can be viewed
here.
The documentary will be followed by a Q&A session with one of the riders. To date the team has raised over $85,000 for The Mental Health Foundation of New Zealand.

ENTRY: Tickets $15/$10 available from trybooking.com

Thurs 9 MAY - Fri 17 MAY (days and times vary)
Massey University Drama Society presents Under Pressure - a series of one act plays 

Warning: Adult content - discretion advised

Thurs 9 MAY, 7.00 PM: Mo and Jess Kill Susie 
Fri 10 MAY, 7.00 PM: Breathless AND Look Me in the Eye
Sat 11 MAY, 4.00 PM: Mo and Jess Kill Susie
Sat 11 MAY, 7.00 PM: Breathless AND Look Me in the Eye 
Weds 15 MAY, 7.00 PM: Mo and Jess Kill Susie
Thurs 16 MAY, 7.00 PM: Breathless AND Look Me in the Eye
Fri 17 MAY 7.00 PM: Mo and Jess Kill Susie

ENTRY: Tickets $15/$12 to Mo & Jess Kill Susie HERE and to Breathless/Look Me in the Eye HERE. Tickets to see both shows ($25/$22) available HERE. All tickets available from Globe Box Office.

Tues 14 MAY, 6.00 PM and Weds 15 May 1.30 pm
Tour-Makers with Trick of the Light Theatre & Zanetti Productions presents The Road That Wasn’t There

THIS IS A STORY ABOUT A GIRL WHO FOLLOWED A MAP OFF THE EDGE OF THE WORLD...

From Trick of the Light Theatre (The Bookbinder) comes an award-winning production drawn from the twitchy edges of children’s literature - a dark fable reminiscent of Neil Gaiman, and the late (great) Margaret Mahy. Combining puppetry, shadow play, and live music, The Road That Wasn’t There is a captivating cross-over work for adults and older children (8+).

ENTRY: Tickets available HERE or at Globe Box Office.

Sat 18 May, 3.00 PM
Crows Feet Dance Collective presents The Witch Project

To celebrate their 20th anniversary Crows Feet Dance Collective is presenting The Witch Project - an exploration through dance, of how and why women have been depicted as witches throughout the ages, even today.  
Crows Feet Dance Collective currently comprises of 4 collective dance groups. They are based in Wellington, Hutt Valley, Kapiti and Palmerston North. This “empire” has grown out of a Crows Feet project Jan Bolwell began 20 years ago. It is a remarkable and innovative dance project not just in New Zealand but internationally. 

ENTRY: Tickets $15/$10 available HERE or at Globe Box office.

Sat 18 MAY, 7.30 PM
Richard Gilewitz New Zealand Tour

For nearly four decades, American fingerstyle wizard Richard Gilewitz has fascinated listeners with 6 and 12-string finger gymnastics while spinning enchanting yarns of a seasoned raconteur. His concert performances around the world spill over with unexpected turns of the funnies, thought-provoking takes on life on the road, and tunes that propel the audience on a magical journey of sight and sound.

ENTRY: More details and tickets ($20 pre-sale) available HERE or at Globe Box Office.

Sun 19 MAY, 5 PM
Chamber Music New Zealand presents The Brodsky Quartet: Fugues, Rhythm & Texture

Since 1972, the world-renowned Brodsky Quartet have pushed the musical boundaries of the string quartet in presentation and repertoire. Returning to New Zealand after their celebrated 2015 tour, this illustrious quartet offer two contrasting programmes that reflect the group’s unique versatility.

ENTRY: More details and tickets ($26-$53) available from HERE or Globe Box Office.

Fri 24 MAY, 7.30 for 8.00 PM
Alliance Française French Film Night 

Not to be missed for all French cinema lovers!
Every last Friday of the month, discover the best of French cinema at the GLOBE THEATRE. Movies are screened in French with English subtitles, so what better way to improve your comprehension!

From 7.30 pm, movie starts at 8 pm. Licensed bar/café service available at the Globe.

ENTRY: FREE Donations welcome

Sat 25 May, 7.30 PM
Rock on at The Globe, for One Night In Africa!

One spectacular night of rhythm, melody, singing, colour & dance...African inspired, pulsating and brimming over with life filled vitality! 
Jennifer Moss Music has gathered groups & performers from all over Palmerston North to celebrate the music & dance of Africa. PLUS FEATURING…King of Afrobeat SAM MANZANZA
Don't miss this! Come & help raise the Globe roof!

ENTRY: Pre sales $22 ($27 Door sales) available from HERE and Globe Box Office.

Sun 26 MAY, 2.30-3.45 PM
Globe Theatre Sunday Matinee Series
Andrew Atkins (Piano)

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

Weds 29 MAY, 8.00 PM
Jazz Festival 2019 Kevin Downing's 101 Lab Band

with specials from the USA, guitarists Chris Cain and Daniel Castro

ENTRY: Details and tickets available from Ticket Direct

Thurs 30 MAY, 8.00 PM
Jazz festival 2019 Blues Revue '19 with

Chris Cain: Guitar and Vocals
Daniel Castro: Guitar and Vocals
Steve Evans: Bass
Ron E Beck: Drums
Ben Wilcock: Keyboards

ENTRY: Details and tickets available from Ticket Direct

Fri 31 MAY, 8.00 PM 
Jazz festival 2019 The All Girl Big Band

Formed in Christchurch January 2016, was brought about after a conversation between Lana Law and Kate Taylor at the and "Doug Caldwall Tribute Concert".

ENTRY: Details and tickets available from Ticket Direct

SAT 1 JUNE, 8.00 PM
Lola and Friends presents 2019 Cabaret Season

Join Mr Lola Illusion and his friends in a cabaret of the sublime to the ridiculous. Stay posted each Lola and Friends has a unique theme and a host of talent...book now if you dare!  $30 early bird tickets!

It’s  a lucky dip of lusciousness...it's Lola and Friends!

ENTRY: Early bird tickets $30 available HERE or at Globe Box Office

Fri 7 JUN, 7.30 PM
The Comedy Hub presents Parbaked LOLs

Freshly baked and ready for a final blast in the comedy oven, Parbaked LOLs features locally sourced comedians presenting new material or making their on-stage debut!

ENTRY:  More details and tickets $10/$15 available online and Globe Box Office soon. Door sales $15.

Sun 9 June, 2.00 - 4.00 PM
Sue Pugmire and friends presents Songbird Duo (Sue Pugmire and Jason Wilcox)

A chance meeting in Wellington led to Sue Pugmire and Jason Wilcox forming the “Songbird Duo” when Jase moved to PN. Sue’s vocal and Jason’s guitar virtuosity complement each other, over a range of styles, whether performing Jazz, NZ music or classic hits. Come along prepared for a ‘musical feast’ alongside ‘munchies’ available from the cafe.

Entry: Minimum suggested donation of $5

Fri 28 JUN, 7.30 for 8.00 PM
Alliance Française French Film Night 

Not to be missed for all French cinema lovers!
Every last Friday of the month, discover the best of French cinema at the GLOBE THEATRE. Movies are screened in French with English subtitles, so what better way to improve your comprehension!

From 7.30 pm, movie starts at 8 pm. Licensed bar/café service available at the Globe.

ENTRY: FREE Donations welcome

Sat 29 Jun, 2.00 pm and 7.30 pm
Taki Rua and TOA presents Cellfish

Eight counts of unlawful entry using imagination, five counts of reckless use of Māori mythology, four counts possession and cultivation of Shakespeare, and one count dangerous operation of a voice class...
Taki Rua and T.O.A present Cellfish, where hardened inmates come face to face with a whole new nightmare: Shakespeare classes with Miss Lucy!
Some are looking to improve their parole chances, others want to kill some time and one just wants to kill. Funny and insightful, this gripping new work takes us behind the walls of a New Zealand Correctional Facility and into the minds of its residents.
Starring highly-acclaimed actors Jason Te Kare and Carrie Green, Cellfish gives agency to the voiceless.
After standout seasons at Auckland Arts Festival and Silo Theatre, Cellfish is touring Aotearoa for the first time in 2019.
Originally co-produced by the Auckland Arts Festival 2017.

ENTRY: Tickets $45-$12 from HERE or Globe Box Office.

Sun 30 JUN, 2.30-3.45 PM
Globe Theatre Sunday Matinee Series
Manawatu Piano and Wind Quartet

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

Thurs 11 July/Fri 12 July, 7.30 pm
Wanderlust Opera presents as a double bill, "The Don" and "These are a few of my favourite sings"

Following their recent sell-out shows with The Marriage of Figaro and Don Pasquale, the Wanderlust Opera team have put together a two-night spectacular. The Don, performed by Stuart Coats, and "These are a few of my favourite sings", performed by Georgia Emms-Jamieson, is sure to have you laughing, crying and all things in-between.

ENTRY: All inclusive ticket (both shows on two nights) $35/$30/$20 available from HERE and Globe Box Office.

Sun 14 July, 2.00 - 4.00 PM
Sue Pugmire and friends presents David Shanhun

Sue with originals singer/songwriter & guitarist “David Shanhun”  an ex Palmy friend and fellow muso, now living in Auckland & touring the World. It will be a fun reunion, and a chance for us to have a play and sing together- as well as air some of Dave’s catchy ‘originals’ and his awesome guitar style, sometimes reminiscent of the great Tommy Emmanuel.

Entry: Minimum suggested donation of $5

Fri 26 JULY, 7.30 for 8.00 PM
Alliance Française French Film Night 

Not to be missed for all French cinema lovers!
Every last Friday of the month, discover the best of French cinema at the GLOBE THEATRE. Movies are screened in French with English subtitles, so what better way to improve your comprehension!

From 7.30 pm, movie starts at 8 pm. Licensed bar/café service available at the Globe.

ENTRY: FREE Donations welcome

Sun 28 JULY, 2.30-3.45 PM
Globe Theatre Sunday Matinee Series
Sasha Routh (Cello) & Cristian Huenuqueo (Guitar)

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

Sun 11 Aug, 2.00 - 4.00 PM
Sue Pugmire and friends presents Down Under Dogs

Sue with ex “Strings ‘n Things” group mate Peter Dyer & his current band the “Down Under Dogs” from Wellington. A three-part vocal/instrumental blend featuring Americana—bluegrass, old-time, country, swing and originals. Jack MacKenzie, Peter & Cathy Dyer  share the joys of flat-out first-class flat-picking, stellar song-writing, heavenly harmonies, yodeling and cowboy poetry.

Entry: Minimum suggested donation of $5

Sun 25 AUG, 2.30-3.45 PM
Globe Theatre Sunday Matinee Series
Guy Donaldson and Christine Archer-Lockwood (Piano duet)

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

Fri 30 AUG, 7.30 for 8.00 PM
Alliance Française French Film Night 

Not to be missed for all French cinema lovers!
Every last Friday of the month, discover the best of French cinema at the GLOBE THEATRE. Movies are screened in French with English subtitles, so what better way to improve your comprehension!

From 7.30 pm, movie starts at 8 pm. Licensed bar/café service available at the Globe.

ENTRY: FREE Donations welcome

Sun 8 Sept, 2.00 - 4.00 PM
Sue Pugmire and friends presents the family band, including the River Sisters

Sue & her family band: Sue, Cousin Cam & “The River Sisters” -are getting together to perform harmony songs with Pop, Folk & Gospel roots. Growing up with music, singing harmonies in the car- this concert includes Sue’s daughters, their cousin, Campbell Burns (Napier) & possibly some of the next generation. Cam, a talented guitarist & solo performer, will also share some of the music he loves.

Entry: Minimum suggested donation of $5

Wed 11 SEPT, 7.30 PM
Chamber Music New Zealand presents Matthew Barley & Stephen De Pledge: Chiaroscuro

Impressionistic colours of light and shade echo across the centuries reflecting some of the most beautiful chamber music ever written for the cello. 

Offering choice works of cello and piano in a programme of exquisite symmetry, from the languishing Andante in Bach’s Cello Sonata, and the mirrored reflections of Pärt’s Spiegel im Spiegel, to Takemitsu’s reflection on the Japanese circular idea of time in Orion. 

ENTRY: Subscribe to the season HERE. Tickets available from Globe Box Office in early 2019.

Sun 22 SEPT, 2.30-3.45 PM
Globe Theatre Sunday Matinee Series
Chris Dann (jazz piano) and friends

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

Fri 27 SEPT, 7.30 for 8.00 PM
Alliance Française French Film Night 

Not to be missed for all French cinema lovers!
Every last Friday of the month, discover the best of French cinema at the GLOBE THEATRE. Movies are screened in French with English subtitles, so what better way to improve your comprehension!

From 7.30 pm, movie starts at 8 pm. Licensed bar/café service available at the Globe.

ENTRY: FREE Donations welcome

Fri 27 & SAT 28 SEPT, 8.00 PM
Lola and Friends presents 2019 Cabaret Season

Join Mr Lola Illusion and his friends in a cabaret of the sublime to the ridiculous. Stay posted each Lola and Friends has a unique theme and a host of talent...book now if you dare!  $30 early bird tickets!

It’s  a lucky dip of lusciousness...it's Lola and Friends!

ENTRY: Early bird tickets $30 available HERE or at Globe Box Office

Sun 13 Oct, 2.00 - 4.00 PM
Sue Pugmire and friends presents Circa

They’ve been scattered around the country, but Sue is pulling the ‘team’ back together. From the mid-1980s & early 90’s, Women’s originals & harmonies band: “Circa” -with Frances Anderson, Pamela Waring, & Helen Cox joining Sue, and with a possible  guest appearance from Jon Carson (piano) this means some great music...& cake for this special ‘reunion’ & to celebrate Fra’s ‘significant’ Birthday that day!

Entry: Minimum suggested donation of $5

Sun 13 OCT, 5PM
Chamber Music New Zealand presents Voices New Zealand: Taonga Moana

New Zealand’s premier national chamber choir Voices New Zealand perform a stunning musical and visual reminder about the beauty and importance of our oceans, essential to survival on our planet. This inspiring concert celebrates our oceans as taonga with uplifting and moving music from around the globe. 

ENTRY: Subscribe to the season HERE. Tickets available from Globe Box Office in early 2019.

Sun 27 OCT, 2.30-3.45 PM
Globe Theatre Sunday Matinee Series
Luke Welch (Piano)

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

Thurs 31 OCT & Fri 1 NOV, 8.00 PM
Lola and Friends presents 2019 Cabaret Season

Join Mr Lola Illusion and his friends in a cabaret of the sublime to the ridiculous. Stay posted each Lola and Friends has a unique theme and a host of talent...book now if you dare!  $30 early bird tickets!

It’s  a lucky dip of lusciousness...it's Lola and Friends!

ENTRY: Early bird tickets $30 available HERE or at Globe Box Office

Fri 1 NOV, 7.30 for 8.00 PM
Alliance Française French Film Night 

Not to be missed for all French cinema lovers!
Every last Friday of the month, discover the best of French cinema at the GLOBE THEATRE. Movies are screened in French with English subtitles, so what better way to improve your comprehension!

From 7.30 pm, movie starts at 8 pm. Licensed bar/café service available at the Globe.

ENTRY: FREE Donations welcome

Sun 10 Nov, 2.00 - 4.00 PM
Sue Pugmire and friends presents Electric Fence

If you missed us the first time around-here’s your chance: from the early 1980’s -PN Folk Rock Group “Electric Fence” featuring Sue, Jude Douglas, & Simon Burgess, is back! They will be performing  old favourites & new, with 3-part harmonies, guitar, bass, mandolin & fiddle. McGarrigles, Women’s Heart, Richard Thompson, Moving Hearts, Christy Moore & much more.

Entry: Minimum suggested donation of $5

Weds 12 NOV, 7.30 PM
Aroha Quartet with Diedre Irons play Haydn, Bisley & Brahms 

Our programme begins with Haydn's String Quartet in C Op 33 No 3. Nicknamed 'The Bird', this is a graceful and light-hearted work. It contrasts well with 'Unbound', an expressive, heartfelt work for string quartet written in 2011 by New Zealand composer Brigid Bisley. For the finale, we are delighted to be joined by Diedre Irons, one of New Zealand's finest pianists, for the sublime Piano Quintet in F minor by Brahms. Combining lyrical beauty and rhythmic muscularity, this is one of the best-loved chamber music works of all time.

ENTRY: Tickets available here and from Globe Box Office soon!

Sun 25 NOV, 2.30-3.45 PM
Globe Theatre Sunday Matinee Series
Hannah Fang and friends

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

Fri 29 NOV, 7.30 for 8.00 PM
Alliance Française French Film Night 

Not to be missed for all French cinema lovers!
Every last Friday of the month, discover the best of French cinema at the GLOBE THEATRE. Movies are screened in French with English subtitles, so what better way to improve your comprehension!

From 7.30 pm, movie starts at 8 pm. Licensed bar/café service available at the Globe.

ENTRY: FREE Donations welcome

Sun 10 Nov, 2.00 - 4.00 PM
Sue Pugmire and friends presents The Sue Pugmire Jazz Combo

To end this series, Sue is getting together with friends from  “The Sue Pugmire Jazz Combo” -& will be performing Jazz &  some Christmas Songs, to celebrate the season. Featuring Stephanie McKenzie (Saxes & flute); Chris Dann (pianos) & Jason Wilcox (guitar, bass) -a mix of Standards from their Latin, Swing, Ballads, Bebop & Blues repertoire with some “improv” to add to the fun. 

Entry: Minimum suggested donation of $5

Fri 20 DEC, 8.00 PM
Lola and Friends presents 2019 Cabaret Season

Join Mr Lola Illusion and his friends in a cabaret of the sublime to the ridiculous. Stay posted each Lola and Friends has a unique theme and a host of talent...book now if you dare!  $30 early bird tickets!

It’s  a lucky dip of lusciousness...it's Lola and Friends!

ENTRY: Early bird tickets $30 available HERE or at Globe Box Office