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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. You will be asked to provide proof that you meet the concession standards.

We do not issue refunds if you purchase tickets and cannot attend the show. Refunds will only be issued if a show is postponed or cancelled. In this case we will contact you and organise the refund process. If a show is postponed and rescheduled, we do encourage you to keep your tickets and attend the rescheduled date,

For any queries or to book tickets over the phone, call us on (06) 3514409

Due to the current COVID lockdown, a number of shows have been postponed or cancelled. Shows postponed will be rescheduled as soon as possible. Tickets purchased for postponed shows will be valid for the rescheduled date. We hope you will be able to attend but if you are unable to attend the new date, a full refund will be issued to you. Likewise with cancelled shows. All refunds will be processed via bank transfer. We will contact you asking for your bank account name and number. We process refunds on a weekly basis.

Please scroll down this page for information on all our shows. If you cannot find a show, contact us at info@globetheatre.co.nz for further information. Or check out our Facebook page.

Rose Academy - Winter Wonderland - December 17th & 18th
Rose Academy - The Mystery of the Silver Slippers - December 17th & 18th
Who Are We? - November 7th

Creative City Conversations Better Cities Film Festival - October 18th
Lucien Johnson Quartet - October 28th
Comedy Hub Stand Up For Sign Language - December 11th
Chamber Music NZ - Another Night In Vienna - December 12th

Women and Business Monthly Meeting

TUESDAY OCTOBER 26, 5:30PM

A fun and informative night ahead.

October will be extra special as we host a panel of local knowledgeable professionals across several kep aspects of business activity.

This will give you the opportunity to have your business questions addressed and most importantly to provide you with new insights and ideas in a relaxed and social environment.

ENTRY: Click HERE to register
This event will be observing social distancing so spaces are limited

Lucien Johnson Quartet

THURSDAY OCTOBER 28, 7:30PM

Lucien Johnson has been described as “a saxophonist and composer of rare excellence and mettle”. One of New Zealand’s leading jazz musicians, his latest album “Wax///Wane” has met with rave reviews from the international press, with London Jazz News describing it as “Mystical, a touch retro and increasingly spellbinding” and France Musique calling it “bewitching and astonishing.” Johnson spent years living in Paris and New York as well as touring in music festivals and clubs around the world and his powerful and evocative music has been greatly infused by his global experience. Recently nominated for New Zealand Jazz Artist of the Year, Arts Foundation award winner Lucien Johnson and his quartet of highly esteemed musicians Jonathan Crayford (piano), Tom Callwood (Double Bass) and Cory Champion (Drums) will deliver what promises to be a sumptuous evening of mesmerising music from some of Aotearoa’s finest musical luminaries.

This event will be observing social distancing. If you are coming to the show with family/friends/workmates, book as one big group to help reduce the number of seats needed for social distancing. Or contact the Globe Theatre directly and they can allocate seats next to people you are attending with. Globe's number is (06) 3514409.

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ENTRY: Tickets available HERE or from the Globe Theatre Box Office
Admission $25

Alliance Francaise de Palmerston North presents Poissonsexe

FRIDAY OCTOBER 29, 8:00PM

Daniel, a biologist studying the disappearance of fish, is haunted by paternity. It is by looking for a woman who could be the mother of his children that he will come across a strange fish and discover what he really lacks: love.

Recommended for a mature audience.

ENTRY: By donation

Comedy Hub presents Guess Who's Halloween

FRIDAY OCTOBER 29, 8:00PM

Guess Who's back! After a highly-acclaimed show in Whakatane, Palmy's #1 character comedy show is on the lookout for the next great talent. Witness music, magic, poetry and of course plenty of comedy along the way. Featuring a headline set from international enigma The MAN!

Also featuring
MC: Graham Reaper
Guy Sanchez, Motivational Speaker
Henry St. Claire, Cultural Performance Artist
"Mistress of Mysticism" Connie Dominik, Magician
Brogan, from Gore
and maybe more!

This event will be observing social distancing. If you are coming to the show with family/friends/workmates, book as one big group to help reduce the number of seats needed for social distancing. Or contact the Globe Theatre directly and they can allocate seats next to people you are attending with. Globe's number is (06) 3514409.

Become a Comedy Hub member and save heaps on show tickets. Click here for more information.

ENTRY: Tickets available HERE or from the Globe Theatre Box Office
Admission $20
Concession $10
Comedy Hub Member $10

Tall Poppies Senior Show

SATURDAY OCTOBER 30, 1:00PM, 4:00PM & 7:00PM

Set in the year 640A.D. in Denmark. Two Viking tribes - Gor and Ekke, fatigued by an unbearable autumn, decide to trap the Skor - a devilish beast, a greedy mountainous oaf - to secure their freedom. But can the contestable clans put aside their competition and overcome their fate???

This event will be observing social distancing. If you are coming to the show with family/friends/workmates, please attend as one big group to help reduce the number of seats needed for social distancing.

ENTRY: Admission $5 at the door

2021 High School Theatresports Champs

SATURDAY OCTOBER 30, 6:30PM

Join us for an evening of unpredictable hilarity, as seven improv teams from Feilding High, Palmy Boys’, Palmy Girls’, Nga Tawa, Awatapu College, Freyberg High & St. Peter’s go head to head in a battle of humour and wits. Featuring your MC Lizzie Tollemache, judges Ryan Knighton & Leona Revell (SpontaneoUS), with mystery celebrity guest judge. Who will bop to the top, wrestle the trophy away from 2020 champions Awatapu and become your new high school improv champs for 2021?

For the past 7 months, Associate Director Lizzie Tollemache and her crack team of improv tutor specialists have been teaching improv at schools around the Manawatū. Students have learned not only to perform on stage but have also learned transferrable skills such as resilience, teamwork, presentation and self-confidence. Come along and experience the culmination of their hard work, and for more info on how to get involved next year, please feel free to get in touch at lizzie@centrepoint.co.nz.

ENTRY: Tickets available HERE or from the Centrepoint Theatre Box Office
Admission $10

Sunday Matinee Series presents TACH Baroque Quartet

SUNDAY OCTOBER 31, 2:30PM

The TACH Baroque Quartet returns to the Globe Sunday Matinee series to perform a programme of music of the eighteenth century for flute, violin, cello and harpsichord by the German Telemann, the French Couperin and Rameau. Almost completely self-taught in music, Telemann is one of the most prolific composers in history, and was compared favourably by his contemporaries both to his friends Bach, and Handel. In 1730 he wrote twelve such quartets, two of which will be performed in this concert. Similar music was being created in France with a quite different flavour, as will be apparent in the piece by Couperin on the programme. Harpsichord player Roy Tankersley will perform two colourful pieces by Rameau depicting swirls of dust in a high wind, and the pecking of a hen. As a foil to the Baroque music the programme will include a piece by twentieth century Brazilian composer Villa-Lobos for flute and cello – ‘Jet Whistle.’

Flute - Ingrid Culliford
Violin - Shontae Arthur
Cello - Annie Hunt
Harpsichord - Roy Tankersley

ENTRY: By donation - suggested $5

2021 Mina McKenzie Memorial Lecture

MONDAY NOVEMBER 1, 6:30PM

A decade of key work by the Manawatu River Leaders' Accord

Dennis Emery, Oriana Paewai and Hone Morris

FREE ENTRY

Corps De Burlesque School of Seduction presents Graduate Showcase

FRIDAY NOVEMBER 5, 8:00PM

Corps de Burlesque ~ School of Seduction is Palmerston North's premiere boutique dance studio for adults. We are proud to present our final Graduate Showcase for 2021, an opportunity for our students to bring their unique energy to the stage.

Graduates from our Garter Syllabus will perform troupe numbers and solos along with one or two surprise guests. Come along and support local artists and celebrate an evening of burlesque where we indulge in old world glamour with a touch of tease.

This event is R18.

This event will be observing social distancing. If you are coming to the show with family/friends/workmates, book as one big group to help reduce the number of seats needed for social distancing. Or contact the Globe Theatre directly and they can allocate seats next to people you are attending with. Globe's number is (06) 3514409.

ENTRY: Tickets available HERE or from the Globe Theatre Box Office
Admission $25

DIY Comedy presents Stand Up For Gumboot Friday

FRIDAY NOVEMBER 5, 8:00PM

Having mental health issues sucks! And our mental health services are struggling to cope with the increased demand. So, DIY Comedy is helping out the Key To Life Charitable Trust this Gumboot Friday with a charity comedy show, featuring some of the best talent our region has to offer and some special guests as well.

All proceeds will be donated to Key To Life, so that they can assist more young people needing mental health support.

This event will be observing social distancing. If you are coming to the show with family/friends/workmates, book as one big group to help reduce the number of seats needed for social distancing. Or contact the Globe Theatre directly and they can allocate seats next to people you are attending with. Globe's number is (06) 3514409.

ENTRY: Tickets available HERE or from the Globe Theatre Box Office
Admission $20
Groups 6+ $15 each

Who Are We?

SUNDAY NOVEMBER 7, 2:00PM

Who Are We? a response to the Palmerston North 150 year celebration.
The grand artistic ladies of Palmerston North Evelyn Rawlins and Gwen Gibbs will be brought to life, we will explore flax farming, Te Marae o Hine, the life of a farming woman and the significance of our diverse cultural heritage.

Who Are We? Is six very different performances from local performing artists who explore this idea in their own unique ways.

Toi Warbrick, Kane Parsons, Tanu Gupta, Sue Pugmire, Ling Wang and Tania Kopytko delve into Who Are We? through music, dance, theatre and ngā taonga pūoro. This project is a response to the Palmerston North 150 year celebration.

How quickly we can lose our history, forget those or what came before, or forget the meaning of what we have now. Do we value our local stories? Do we hear or see them enough? Do we tell of our own struggles, to be who we are now - in this city? Who we are can be so many things.

This event will be observing social distancing. If you are coming to the show with family/friends/workmates, book as one big group to help reduce the number of seats needed for social distancing. Or contact the Globe Theatre directly and they can allocate seats next to people you are attending with. Globe's number is (06) 3514409.

ENTRY: Tickets available HERE or from the Globe Theatre Box Office
Admission $5

Performance is approximately 1.5 hours. Suitable for all ages. Kindly funded by the Legacy Trust and PN City Council 150 grant.

Manawatu Leaders Series - Mayors and Chairs

TUESDAY NOVEMBER 9, 5:15PM

Learn from and about local senior elected leaders with a panel and Q&A

Rachel Keedwell - Chair of Horizons Regional Council
Helen Worboys - Mayor of Manawatu District Council
Grant Smith - Mayor of Palmerston North City Council
Fatima Imran - President of Massey University Students' Association

Join us for the presentation and networking along with nibbles provided and a cash bar

This is a FREE event, open to all. Doors open at 5.15pm

Please register HERE or through the Manawatu Chamber of Commerce website

 

THURSDAY NOVEMBER 11, 5:30pm

NZ Peacekeeping Deployments and Operations since 1945

Presented by LtCol Dr Peter Wood

Free entry

Rohan Gower presents Let Me Entertain You

SATURDAY NOVEMBER 13, 7:00PM

Rohan Gower is proud to present, "Let Me Entertain You" live at the Globe Theatre. With the classic vocal styles of the crooners of the 20th century, Rohan brings the songs of the past from the swinging songs of the crooners to the well-known songs of Michael Buble in this jam-packed swinging show.

Rohan has been singing for some time now and was featured on TV1's evening program, "Seven Sharp." Singing all over the country from Auckland to Christchurch, from large theatres to small rest homes. With raving reviews wherever he has been we're sure you'll enjoy his new show! Come along and enjoy a blast from the past with these classic songs that'll bring back memories for everyone!

Just when you think you can't have much more, Rohan will be joined by Hunterville singer "Kirsten Ross" who will WOW you with her talent and make your experience even more rememberable.

This event will be observing social distancing. If you are coming to the show with family/friends/workmates, book as one big group to help reduce the number of seats needed for social distancing. Or contact the Globe Theatre directly and they can allocate seats next to people you are attending with. Globe's number is (06) 3514409.

ENTRY: Tickets available HERE or from the Globe Theatre Box Office
Admission $30

Aziza Bellydance presents Yalla! Bellydance Showcase

SATURDAY NOVEMBER 27, 6:00PM

Make plans to watch Aziza Bellydance Palmerston North students and friends as they showcase a cocktail of bellydance styles rolled in sparkles of hard work, dedication, joy and friendship. Be part of what will be a spectacular night of rhythm, melodies, songs, colours and dancing.

Special Guest Performers:
Belly Dance with Mirian
Egylanda
Mazzika Dum

This event will be observing social distancing. If you are coming to the show with family/friends/workmates, book as one big group to help reduce the number of seats needed for social distancing. Or contact the Globe Theatre directly and they can allocate seats next to people you are attending with. Globe's number is (06) 3514409.

ENTRY: Tickets available HERE or from the Globe Theatre Box Office
Admission $17

Sunday Matinee Series presents Christine Archer-Lockwood and Guy Donaldson - Duet Dances and Diversions

SUNDAY NOVEMBER 28, 2:30PM

For the final concert of the 2021 Globe Sunday Matinee series Christine Archer-Lockwood and Guy Donaldson present a programme of Duet Dances and Diversions. In recent years they have performed duo concerts on two pianos, but for this concert they share the one piano stool at the Steinway piano.

Some of the music to be performed is amongst the most popular in the classical repertoire, including Dvorak’s own arrangement of one of his orchestral Slavonic Dances, Bizet’s arrangement of some of his Children’s Games Suite, and a nineteenth century arrangement of Mendelssohn’s great work – the Hebrides Overture, otherwise known as Fingal’s Cave.

But the concert has some surprises as well. The setting of eight variations on a theme by Count Waldstein is little known, partly because it is an early work. However, it represents a statement to the musical world by the young Beethoven that his music is about to represent a break from the Classical tradition in its inventiveness and prodigious maturity.

The central piece on the programme is American composer John Corigliano’s Gazebo Dances. The performers are grateful for their discovery of this great work, which is whimsical and diverting for the audience, and technically challenging for the performers. Equally amusing is a short foxtrot by New Zealand composer Edwin Carr.

ENTRY: By donation - Suggested $5

Crows Feet Dance Collective presents Carmina Burana

SUNDAY DECEMBER 5, 5:00PM

Carmina Burana - danced! Yes Crows Feet Dance Collective is presenting a major dance theatre work again!

Sunday 5th December at 4pm (rescheduled from September 5th). This show will explore Carl Orff’s famous cantata for orchestra and chorus -with a contemporary twist.

The wheel of fortune, the power of luck and fate has never been so relevant - in our new Covid world.

The Crows Feet team under the Direction of Jan Bolwell will also explain how they work collaboratively across the region to create these large works.

Featuring forty five dancers from the four Crows groups - Wellington, Kapiti Coast, Lower Hutt and Palmerston North, the dance style is contemporary with movement vocabulary references to European folk dance, connecting to the music’s medieval themes.

Carmina Burana – danced to the fantastic score by Carl Orff!

This event will be observing social distancing. If you are coming to the show with family/friends/workmates, book as one big group to help reduce the number of seats needed for social distancing. Or contact the Globe Theatre directly and they can allocate seats next to people you are attending with. Globe's number is (06) 3514409.

ENTRY: Tickets available HERE or at the Globe Theatre Box Office
Admission $15
Concession $10

 

Boom Boom Room Burlesque presents THE RITZ

FRIDAY DECEMBER 10, 8:00PM
SATURDAY DECEMBER 11, 8:00PM

Be prepared for some Hotel hi-jinks and a late checkout as Mr Lola Illusion and the Boom Boom beauties entertain you with an all new burlesque revue THE RITZ!

Witness the satin sheet seduction of Costa DeMillion. Thrill to the dark passions of Havana Ciggaro. Check out Papillion as she checks in, get trolleyed with Lola the bell boy and be scandalised by Hollie Berry’s turn down service.

Set in the most decadent hotel and inspired by the wild prohibition era parties that took place there!

The Boom Boom Room Burlesque Hotel is open and waiting for you. Room service anyone?

BOOK NOW LIMITED SEASON

This event will be observing social distancing. If you are coming to the show with family/friends/workmates, book as one big group to help reduce the number of seats needed for social distancing. Or contact the Globe Theatre directly and they can allocate seats next to people you are attending with. Globe's number is (06) 3514409.

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ENTRY: Tickets available HERE or at the Globe Theatre Box Office
Admission $37

The Comedy Hub and Deaf Aotearoa presents Stand Up For Sign Language

This show was originally scheduled for Saturday September 11th. Tickets purchased for the September show are valid for the December show.

SATURDAY DECEMBER 11, 7:30PM

New Zealand is blessed with three official languages, and you can be funny in all of them.

Deaf Aotearoa and The Comedy hub are proud to present the 2nd Annual Stand up for Sign Language Comedy show.

This show will be performed by a talented line up of Deaf and hearing comedians. They will be performing in a mixture of English and New Zealand Sign Language. But fear not! The show will be ably supported by two interpreters, so whether your first language is spoken or signed, you will have a great time.

Come along and witness the gift of comedy, as it takes a wrecking ball to the reinforced concrete of mutual incomprehension. Or if you prefer, come, have a laugh, and help support NZSL and Deaf Aotearoa.

Featuring the talented MC Candice David of Deaf Aotearoa, and a menagerie of Deaf and hearing comic talent.

This event will be observing social distancing. If you are coming to the show with family/friends/workmates, book as one big group to help reduce the number of seats needed for social distancing. Or contact the Globe Theatre directly and they can allocate seats next to people you are attending with. Globe's number is (06) 3514409.

ENTRY: Tickets available HERE or at the Globe Theatre box office
Admission $15

Chamber Music New Zealand presents Another Night In Vienna

SUNDAY DECEMBER 12, 5:00PM

This show was originally scheduled for Saturday September 11th. Tickets purchased for the September show are valid for the December show.

“Welcome to Vienna! My name is Wolfgang, and I’ll be your tour guide this evening…

Here, as we near the end of the nineteenth century, Vienna is the very heart of the famous Habsburg Empire. Caffeine addicts, worry not, this is a café society. Art lovers – this is a cultural centre. We’ll experience it all. Follow me!

However, please do not stray from the tour path. Or you may find yourself confronted with the erotic ‘pornography’ of artists Gustav Klimt and Egon Schiele. Or telling your secrets to neurologist Sigmund Freud. Or lost down some dark alley listening to the radical new musical ideas of composers Arnold Schoenberg, Berg, or Webern. And if you really venture into the shadows, you might find lurking there a failed art student who will change the course of the twentieth century. Consider yourself warned!

But enough doom and gloom. I’m pleased to see you all dressed up as it’s very likely you’ll be dancing to waltzes by Strauss at some sumptuous ball before the night is through. Just another night here in Vienna!

Donald Armstrong, associate concertmaster for the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, leads members of the Amici Ensemble and 2020 NZCT Chamber Music Contest winners Ravelation for ANOTHER NIGHT IN VIENNA – blending letters, ephemera and chamber music into a dramatic journey through one of the world’s most important cities during one of its most fascinating periods.

ENTRY: Tickets available HERE or at the Globe Theatre Box Office
Adult $39
Concession $34
Child (Under 17 years) $20
Tertiary Student (with ID) Rush Ticket $10 (available one hour prior to concert start)
"5 for $45" 1 Teacher/Adult/4 Children (available one hour prior to concert start)

The Rose Academy presents Winter Wonderland

FRIDAY DECEMBER 17, 3:00PM
SATURDAY DECEMBER 18, 11:00AM

These two performances were originally scheduled for 11.30am on Saturday August 21st and Sunday August 22nd. Due to the COVID Level 4 lockdown at the time, the performances were rescheduled to Saturday September 4th. Unfortunately, due to the lockdown level, the performances had to be rescheduled again. Your tickets are valid as follows:
Saturday August 21st - Friday December 17th 3pm
Sunday August 22nd - Saturday December 18th 11am

Both the Rose Academy and the Globe Theatre hope you can still attend the shows. If you would like to change your tickets to the other show, please email info@globetheatre.co.nz and we will try our best to accommodate you. If the new dates are not suitable, you can claim a full refund using the email address above. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause and appreciate your support.

Escape with us to a winter wonderland as our junior dancers transform into cute snow angels, swarming snowflakes, a cool frost and more.

Plus there's the extra excitement of watching the finals of the choreography challenge and voting for your favourite to win this annual event.

ENTRY: Tickets available HERE or from the Globe Theatre Box Office
Adults $15
Children (under 18) $6
Programmes $5

The Rose Academy presents The Mystery of the Silver Slippers

FRIDAY DECEMBER 17, 6:00PM
SATURDAY DECEMBER 18, 2:00PM

These two performances were originally scheduled for 3.00pm on Saturday August 21st and Sunday August 22nd. Due to the COVID Level 4 lockdown at the time, the performances had to be rescheduled. If you purchased tickets for the Saturday August 21st performance, they are now valid for the Friday December 17th 6.00pm performance. If you purchased tickets for the Sunday August 22nd performance, they are now valid for the Saturday December 18th 2.00pm performance. Both the Rose Academy and the Globe Theatre hope you can still attend the shows. If you would like to change your tickets to the other show, please email info@globetheatre.co.nz and we will try our best to accommodate you. If the new dates are not suitable, you can claim a full refund using the email address above. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause and appreciate
your support.

It's showtime for our senior dancers, and this year they are booked to perform the classic ballet Giselle. Who will make it through the audition and claim the lead role and the coveted Silver Slippers? What lengths will disappointed dancers go to if they don't get cast? How can the show go on if the Silver Slippers are missing?

Watch the mystery unfold and see if our dancers can find the culprit and return the Silver Slippers just in time for their performance of Giselle.

ENTRY: Tickets available HERE or at the Globe Theatre Box Office
Adults $20
Children (under 18) $9
Programmes $5

Frank Talbot

FRIDAY 17 DECEMBER, 7:30PM

Exciting original jazz music from one of New Zealand’s finest saxophonists, Frank Talbot presents a range of emotional, ambitious and lively new music featuring some of Wellington’s most in demand players.

Originally Hailing from Devonport, Talbot moved to Wellington in 2016 on a scholarship to study at the New Zealand School of Music where he gained his degree. Since moving, he’s quickly made a name for himself, as a Concerto Competition finalist, twice winner of the annual combo competition and section leader in the big band. This led to opportunities outside the university, joining the Rodger Fox Big Band, including touring and recording in New Orleans and New York, the Royal New Zealand Air Force, the Julie Lamb Outfit and twice being selected to tour and record in Eastern Europe with the JM Jazz World Orchestra. 

Talbot brings a range of influence in his compositions. As a big fan of varying genres including jazz, classical, heavy metal, funk and having performed and recorded with indie artists, prog bands, modern metal projects and pop/funk outfits, he has a versatile range while remaining steeped in the tradition. 

“New Zealand produces many good tenor players, and judging by Talbot’s confident performance, he will go from strength to strength” – John Fenton, JazzLocal32

This event will be observing social distancing. If you are coming to the show with family/friends/workmates, book as one big group to help reduce the number of seats needed for social distancing. Or contact the Globe Theatre directly and they can allocate seats next to people you are attending with. Globe's number is (06) 3514409.

ENTRY: Tickets available HERE or at the Globe Theatre Box Office

Admission $20

Don McGlashan & The Others - Bright November Morning Tour

FRIDAY APRIL 1, 7:30pm

With a new solo album on the horizon, Aotearoa music icon Don McGlashan (Blam Blam Blam, The Mutton Birds) has announced his keenly awaited nationwide release tour has been rescheduled to early 2022. Featuring contributions from live bandmates / all-stars The Others — aka Shayne P Carter (Straitjacket Fits, Dimmer), Chris O’Connor (SJD, Phoenix Foundation) and James Duncan (SJD, Dimmer) — Bright November Morning will will now launch in late February 2022, to be followed by a bevy of headline events across the nation in March and April. Time-twisting lead track Now’s The Place saw McGlashan reunite with his fellow Front Lawn bandmate Harry Sinclair on co-songwriting duties. He's confirmed more great singles are indeed on the way...

ENTRY: Tickets available HERE
Admission $50 plus booking fee

Bloom Presents Adele & Amy Songbook

SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 11, 2022 7:30PM

(Rescheduled from September 2020 to September 2021 and unfortunately to September 2022. Please check your emails if you had purchased tickets for the 2020 or 2021 performances. An email went our recently giving you the option of holding on to your tickets till the show in September 2022 or receiving a full refund. Tickets purchased for the original shows are valid for the 2022 show.)

Australia's brightest new singing star Bloom brings to you the songs of 2 amazing artists, Adele & Amy Winehouse. Both have amassed a legion of fans the world over, and have sold in excess of 20 million albums between them. Bloom will be backed by an all-star band that features James Morley, former  member of ARIA hall of fame band The Angels and current member of the Choirboys as well as members of the late Jon English Band. 

The Melbourne singer/songwriter who is highly applauded as one of Australia's greatest power vocalists will combine the two artists in one incredible show. Bloom has already garnered international acclaim and recently sang the National Anthem for the Aust/NZ Test Series. 

Back by popular demand! Returning from their soldout NZ tour in 2018.

ENTRY: Tickets available HERE or from the Globe Theatre box office
Admission $45

Don't Shoot Me, I'm Only The Piano Player

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 24, 2022 7:30PM

(Rescheduled from September 2021 to September 2022. Please check your emails if you had purchased tickets for the 2021 performances. An email went our recently giving you the option of holding on to your tickets till the show in September 2022 or receiving a full refund. Tickets purchased for the original show are valid for the 2022 show.)

A runaway success in London’s West End, at successive Edinburgh Festivals, at the Melbourne Comedy Festival and right across the USA, this is a hilarious send-up of classical music, which has established Australian pianist, David Scheel, as the successor to the legendary Victor Borge.

Beautiful music, and musical fun performed in so many accents/voices that David has also been compared to the late Robin Williams, and Peter Ustinov. Hear a familiar tune played in the styles of the old masters + an i-Pod; two famous pieces played simultaneously, one with the right hand, one with the left, plus his “translation” of the lyrics of Waltzing Matilda, already a comedy classic.

ENTRY: Tickets available HERE or from the Globe Theatre box office
Admission $30
Concession $25