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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

Pantoloons presents The Wind In The Willows

SAT 30 JANUARY 2021, 2:00PM

The unforgettable characters from Kenneth Grahame's classic tale spring to life in this adaptation, in true Pantoloon style! This riotous comedy follows Mole, Rat, Badger, and the impulsive Mr. Toad, whose insatiable need for speed lands him in serious trouble. With his beloved home under threat from the notorious Wiley Weasel and his gang of sinister Wild Wooders, Toad must attempt a daring escape leading to a series of misadventures and a heroic battle to recapture Toad Hall. Full of humour, wit, singing and dancing and heartwarming lessons of friendship, THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS is the perfect fit for family audiences everywhere.

This is the 7th Pantoloon year! We have a core group of experienced actors who love working together for children and it shows on stage. Our scripts are all written and directed by our founder and always have a healthy dose of adult humour. The Pantoloon productions mix the old and the new, with lots of topical surprises along the way and plenty of music and interactive fun to delight audiences of all ages!

ENTRY: Tickets available HERE or at the Globe Theatre Box Office
Single Admission $15
Family of 4 (Any combination) $12.50 each



“Skilfully played and sung Americana, from a virtuoso ensemble that could hold its head up proudly in the company of such well-known artists of the genre as Alison Krauss and Dan Tyminski." Ron Barbers, The Hook.

New Zealand’s progressive bluegrass supergroup, You, Me, Everybody, are coming to Palmerston North as part of their nationwide tour to release of their first full length album “Southern Sky”.

On the back of their 2020 self titled debut EP, You, Me, Everybody have gained national recognition for pushing boundaries to create their own form of New Zealand’s progressive bluegrass. Southern Sky is self produced and features 11 songs and instrumentals all written and arranged by the band. Recorded at Bagnall Hill Recording studio in the small Waikato settlement of Te Pahu in October 2020, with sound engineer Bevan Galbraith (NZ) with mixing done by Grammy Award winning Bluegrass master, Bil VornDick (USA). Southern Sky challenges the usual rhythms and chord patterns of traditional bluegrass to create songs that feature more complex and nuanced emotional subjects such as alienation and isolation, in addition to the staples of whiskey, love and loss.

ENTRY: Tickets available HERE or from the Globe Theatre Box Office
Admission $22

CHANCE - SHORT PLAYS ON LOVE AND DESTINY (By Angie Farrow, featuring Liz Kirkman & Rob Lloyd)


“Angie Farrow has delivered a fine anthology of tried and tested short plays, many of them winning multiple awards, and all of them sharp, witty, and profound”. Theatre Review

Four short plays that explore relationships.

The four short plays in this production explore the relationship between what can be controlled - and what can be left to chance - in a relationship. They are playful, dynamic, and highly theatrical works that shed light on the power of destiny and the extent to which we try to manipulate or change the future. They challenge the audience to think about the consequences of pushing for an outcome even when the gods are against them.

This show is part of the 2021 Papaioea Festival of the Arts.

ENTRY: Tickets available HERE
General Admission $25.62
Group of 6 $129.12
Group of 10 $206
Student/Concession $18.45



“... An original, suspenseful and genuinely moving script showcasing the talents of two amazing actors. I didn’t move for 90 mins.”

WINNER: Best Theatre, Auckland Fringe Festival 2020
WINNER: PANNZ Tour Ready Production Award 2020

From Dusty Room Productions comes ALONE; a new award-winning Kiwi play about space exploration, feminism, climate change, and David Bowie. An electrifying and innovative sci-fi thriller with sustainability at its core. Created by a passionate group of Kiwi actors and artists, ALONE is an intense and thrilling ride to the edges of space and human nature.

Written and Directed by Luke Thornborough
Starring Kat Glass and Courtney Bassett

Presented as part of Papaioea Festival of the Arts for three nights only. ALONE will play at Globe Theatre 2 for two nights on Thursday 18 & Friday 19 February, and then moves to the Te Manawa Foyer for a late Saturday night performance on 20 February.

Aboard a crowd-funded spacecraft called ‘The Lily of the Nile’, a two-woman crew are on the home stretch of a two-year space mission that could provide a solution for an Earth ravaged by climate change.

Pragmatic and passionate Doctor Sarah Taylor believes her work with alien micro-bacterium could make Earth habitable once more. Jessica Holland, a charismatic and quick-witted young pilot, is charged with getting Doctor Taylor’s work and samples home.

“An incredible achievement. I loved every moment of it.”

This show is part of the 2021 Papaioea Festival of the Arts.

ENTRY: Tickets available HERE
General Admission $28.62
Group of 6 $131.62
Group of 10 $208.50
Student/Concession $19.45

MODULE - Infinity Forever (Jeremiah Ross & collaborators)


Module will be performing new works live from Part 1 of the new concept album and live multimedia show INFINITY FOREVER - Time with 5 piece band, visuals and more!

Click here for more information on Module.

This show is part of the 2021 Papaioea Festival of the Arts.

ENTRY: Tickets available HERE
General Admission $25.62
Group of 6 $129.12
Group of 10 $206
Student/Concession $18.45

The Comedy Hub presents The Graduates


Come and join the Comedy Hub as we celebrate our newest set of graduates from the Introduction to Stand-Up Comedy course as they take to the stage for the very first time. Hosted by three times winner of the Palmerston North Best Male Comedian Award, Dylan Stewart, and supported by a number of established local comedians. Come see The Graduates in action!

Join us afterwards for light refreshments and a mix and mingle with the graduates as well as some of the more established comedians from the local and national scenes.

Join The Comedy Hub today. Membership available HERE.

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



The Big Bike Film Night is on a mission sharing the best cycling short films from around the world with you.

Showcasing our 2021 collection that has everything a cycling-centric audience could want- action, drama, humour, and plenty of inspiration; the evening is going to be unashamedly, and utterly, utterly, utterly aimed at the two wheel devotee!

This year’s treasure chest of films includes an incredible story of a transformative bikepacking journey through the Canadian Rockies; an unusual Victorian pastime taking place in modern London; a rider who has a burden of blindness and its vulnerabilities to contend with while undertaking a gruelling self-supported fat bike race in the Arctic; the humble story of a BMX Club and their dream of becoming the number one Club in the UK; a young female rider who goes back in time to carry the stories of the past into the future; four adventurers bikerafting and riding through challenging landscapes, following the historical trails to and from one of New Zealand’s most significant rivers; and a unique bike builder who builds off-road cycles that helps change people’s lives; ALL in the mix!!

These short films are a great reminder of why we love to ride our bike; with stories that captivate us, stories that make us think, and most importantly of all- stories that inspire us to get out and ride. Tales of character, resilience, challenge, courage, triumphs over adversity and much much more.

So...listen to the voice inside you; it’s telling you to go. Grab your mates, grab your tickets, GO ON… grab your bike and come along for the ride!!

ENTRY: Tickets available HERE
Door sales may be available on the night
Adults $23, Under 17 $17.50, Under $12.50 (plus booking fee)


FRI, SAT & SUN 9, 10 & 11 APRIL, 7:00PM

A film by Arka Gupta

Distancing (Atimari) explores the recent marriage tension of small-town couple John and Rose Winstead after Rose discovers her husband's infidelity with his office co-worker, Kat. John desires a better, more improved life, made possible by moving to Sydney with Kat and leaving his small-town life, and wife, far behind - but the current state of the world and his sense of flawed morals may not make this transition the easiest.

Distancing (Atimari) is writer-director Arka Gupta's second dramatic film following Udiyoman (Emerging). He is a full-time PhD student in Chemistry at Massey University, but utilises his spare time being an independent filmmaker with a background in theatre, having performed for many shows in the heart of the vibrant, creative Palmerston North. Distancing (Atimari)'s talent stars include Cam Dickons, Taryn Field and Lydia Smith - all of who have been involved with numerous theatrical productions in PN over the past few years and the recipients of a handful of accolades and awards for their roles. The director and the cast are excited to present this passion project, filmed in different Palmerston North locales, and screened at the local Globe Theatre.

This event will also feature Udiyoman (Emerging), Arka Gupta's first film made with the brilliantly creative Sam Wyss, another local talent. The film depicts a brave soul's journey through depression and dissociation, towards the hope of recovery.

Come and join us for an hour-long event showcasing and celebrating superb local talent. 3 nights only!

ENTRY: Tickets available HERE or at the Globe Theatre Box Office
Admission $11

Daniel Champagne - Postponed to July 2021

FRI 2 JULY, 7:30PM

April 2020 shows were postponed due to COVID-19 and were rescheduled for December 2020. Unfortunately Daniel was unable to travel to New Zealand from Australia so his shows have been rescheduled again for July 2021. All tickets purchased for the April & December shows are valid for July.

The young Australian-born, Nashville based virtuoso recently described as 'the finest guitar player of this generation' has been selling out shows around the world and now brings his tour to New Zealand playing two intimate shows at The Globe Theatre on Thursday 1st and Friday 2nd July 2021.

ENTRY: Tickets $25 available at the Globe Box Office - Postponed to July 2021

Bloom Presents Adele & Amy Songbook


(Rescheduled from September 2020 to September 2021. Please check your emails if you had purchased tickets for the 2020 performance. Tickets purchased for the original show are valid for the 2021 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: Earlybird tickets $39.50, General Admission $45. Tickets available HERE or at The Globe Theatre Box Office