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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.

Sat 14 DEC, 8.00 PM
Comedy Hub Presents The Christmas Edition of Sing it Wrong

The Comedy Hub presents a Christmas edition of Sing it Wrong. Capital Comedy's show 'Sing It Wrong' takes songs you know and love and rewrites the lyrics, making them funnier than they ever were before, and at the same price as before: $20 (and $15 to members.
This Christmas edition is a less-than-reverent mix of the best bits of live Christmas music and comedy, hosted by the delightful and talented Katie Boyle. Katie will crack jokes, sing her own songs and introduce your lineup of hilarious comedy singers.
The acts have written these parodies themselves especially for the night! Hear lyrics that make you laugh until your sides hurt and, if you want to, sing along. The line up is full of all types of performers, from comedians to musicians and actors. It’s a lively, fun show where anything could happen!

Entry: Tickets $15/$20 available from HERE and Globe Box Office

Sun 15 DEC, 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

Sun 15 DEC, 5.00 PM
Kane Parsons presents All the Right Notes (not necessarily in the right order)

A comedic journey through classical music in the style of the great Victor Borge

The biggest draw-card of All the Right Notes is perhaps best captured in its subtitle: just not necessarily in the right order. Expect the unexpected.

Classical music will be transformed, redefined, and most importantly, made fun and funny.

ENTRY: More details and tickets $20-$30 available HERE or at Globe Box Office

Fri 20 DEC, 11.00 AM and 7.30 PM
Gilbert & Sullivan on tour

With singers from America, England and New Zealand, The Old Dairy Factory presents 'Christmas with Gilbert & Sullivan!'

Forget the shopping and come and enjoy the fun and laughter, where all the favourite tunes will be sung in an hour of pure delight! This is the same set that was played by this cast in Gilbert's House in Harrow, North West London, on many occasions, to great acclaim. With Sophie Morris - also Soprano (Christchurch) adding sparkle.

This one hour of delight, has the highlights from all the G & S best shows. Pirates to the Mikado! Indulge in the timeless classics and escape the rush of Christmas!

ENTRY: Tickets $20/$15 (including refreshements) available HERE or at Globe Box Office.

Fri 20 DEC, 8.00 PM
Lola and Friends presents Mixed Nuts - Fun, Frivolity and Fruitcake!

This Christmas Lola has gathered his most festive friends for a catastrophic Christmas comedy!

This cracker of a Christmas cabaret promises carol singers, burlesque beauties, comedic Uncles, Magic and plenty of fruitcake! Invite your Mum, tell your lover - heck bring the Vicar and come join in the fantastic fun!

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

Mon 13 JAN, 7.00 PM
Lhasa w/ George After James

Indie folk duo Lhasa are going on an NZ North Island tour in support of their debut EP, Birdsong!

Lhasa are the result of two completely different worlds colliding. One from a sleepy, small city in New Zealand, while the other grew up in one of the biggest cities in China. Like the coming together of two completely different lives, their music is a combination of an organic acoustic sound and a penchant for rock music. Their striking harmonies and poetic songwriting provide an immersive, emotional experience. Inspiration is drawn from tales of love and loss, life's longings, friendships, and disappointments. The songs were written in the midst of navigating evolving relationships, leaving childhood, and settling into new environments.

ENTRY: Tickets $11 available HERE or at Globe Box Office. Door sales $17.

THU 16 JAN 2020, 7:30PM
Scott Cook

A roots balladeer with a rare personal warmth, Canada's Scott Cook has managed to distill the stories collected over a decade of near-incessant touring across Canada, the USA, the UK, Europe, Asia, Australia and elsewhere into straight-talking, keenly observant verse. He brings humor, a disarming honesty, years of roads, and a deep love of humanity to his songcraft and storytelling. Cook's songs are true stories set to music, drawing on influences from folk, roota, country, soul and blues. This is a music event not to be missed!

ENTRY: Tickets $20 available HERE from Thursday 7th November 2019 or at Globe Box Office


FRI 17 JAN 2020, 7:30PM

Les Poules a Colin pushes further the exploration of alloys between Quebec folk and the mix of indie, jazzy, pop, bluegrass and contemporary styles. They immerse us in their universe through original compositions, sophisticated arrangements, harmonic progressions and reinvented traditions. The bi-lingual band injects exuberant color into the folk traditions of Canada, Quebec and Appalachian heritage, taking the roots that they have grown from and spinning their foundations into movement. The result is a mature, well-controlled music filled with emotion and surprising freshness relevant in today's shifting climates.

ENTRY: Tickets $20 available HERE or at Globe Box Office

SAT 18 JAN 2020, 4:00PM 
The Pantaloons Present: Cinderella

Join us for the timeless tale of a rag to riches servant girl who falls in love with Prince Charming. Will she get together with the man of her dreams or will her nasty stepsisters thwart her happiness? 
Cheer the magical Fairy Godmother and boo the horrible Hardup sisters! Expect magical twists, songs, fun, laughter and adventure with this hilarious production.
Writer/Director - Amanda Stone
Amanda is a New Zealand Theatre Federation Merit Award holder and a Musical Theatre New Zealand Merit Award holder.
Amanda runs Amanda Stone productions - providing musicals to schools in Australia and New Zealand. 

ENTRY: Tickets $14 available HERE or at The Globe Box Office. Family discounts also available.

WED 29 JAN 2020, 7:30PM
Andy Irvine 

Andy Irvine is one of the great Irish singers, his voice one of a handful of truely great ones that gets to the very soul of Ireland. He has been hailed as a tradition in himself. Musician, singer, songwriter, Andy has maintained his individual performing skills throughout his 54 year career. 
As a soloist, Andy fills the role of the archetypal troubadour with a show and a travelling lifestyle that reflect his lifelong influence - Woody Guthrie. His repertorie concists of traditional Irish songs, dexterous Balkan dances and a compelling canon of his own self-penned songs. Andy is like an old friend. 

ENTRY: Tickets $25 available HERE or at Globe Box Office

FRI 31 JAN 2020, 7:30PM
Richie & Rosie

Banjo player Richie Stearns and fiddler Rosie Newton grew up 150 miles and a few decades apart, but the fated combination of their unique skill, varied musical influence, and honest storytelling comes together to achieve their common goal: to create music that people can connect with. Richie & Rosie's paths crossed in the Ithaca old-time scene during Rosie's freshman year, Richie & Rosie began touring together as members of the Evil City String Band, and were eventually drawn to persue this more intimate duo project. Their music finds itself at a junction of Americana, old-time, and folk, bringing a new sound to traditional music with their signature trance-like, boundary pushing instrumental arrangements and angelic harmonies. As two musicians in two very different parts of life, Richie & Rosie are proof of two things: the power and magic of two people making music, and that the universal messages that lie within their songs remain timeless.

ENTRY: Tickets $25 available HERE or at The Globe box office. 

Gordie Tentrees

SAT 1 FEB 2020, 7:30PM
Gordie Tentrees

International award nominated Canadian Gordie Tentrees is touring New Zealand for the first time. From Celtic Connections (Glasgow, UK) to National Folk Festival (Canberra, AU), his ability to hold an audience, weave melody, while juggling the light with the dark is infections. He has toured with Fred Eaglesmith, Mary Gauthier & Kelly Joe Phelps. He will be making his debut at the Aucklund Folk Festival this year with 5 instruments (porch board bass, snare tam, bottleneck dobro,harmonica, acoustic guitar). He has 7 records, performed over 2500 concerts in 11 countries and is a road poet, master storyteller and downright comedian.

Majestic songwriter, incredible insight, genuine authenticity Americana UK

ENTRY: Tickets $20 available HERE or at Globe Box Office. Door sales $25


SUN 16 FEB 2020, 3:00PM 
Marina Bloom

Marina will be hitting major kiwi centres in January & February 2020 in support of her highly anticipated forthcoming album 'Back Where We Started' to be released in early 2020. 
'Life In Full Bloom' is the sentiment that vocalist & songwriter Marina Bloom likes to live by and she encourages others to do the same: "Whatever it is that you desire to do with your life, you shouldn't listen to anyone telling you not to do it, even if it's yourself. We use excuses: I'm too old, I'm too short, I'm too busy ... I refuse to care about these things! Life is beautiful!" 
Marina will be performing an intimate, stripped-back set including brand new material from the new album as well as fan favourites including 'Heroes', 'Seven Seas' and recent singles 'Flying' and 'Not Another Ballard' - which each recieved accolades in the Unsigned only & Song of the Year competitions this year.

More on Marina's music can be found HERE

ENTRY: Tickets $20/$25 available HERE or The Globe Box Office.

FRI 28 & SAT 29 FEB 2020 6:30PM
SUN 1 MAR 2020 4:00PM
Up Down Girl

Lily Harper presents Up Down Girl, a funny and heartwarming show about a young woman growing up with Down's Syndrome, and the mother who raised her. 

In this new, local adaptation, based on 'Up Down Boy' by Sue Shields, Lily draws on her own life experiences to tell the tale of 19 year old Mattie Butler as she prepares to leave for college. Mum won't miss the blaring music and slamming doors, but Mattie is not an ordinary teenager, and will she be able to cope without her?

Theatre is for everyone!

There will be a relaxed performance at 6:30pm on Friday 28 February for those who will benefit from a more relaxed performance environment, including people with an Autism Spectrum condition, sensory and communication disorders or a learning difficulty.

There will be a fully accessible performance with audio description and sign interpretation at 4:00pm on Sunday 1 March.

ENTRY: Tickets $15/20 available HERE or at The Globe Box Office

Fri 27 MAR 2020, 7.30 PM
The East Pointers - Yours to Break Tour with Special Guest Lucy Farrell

The East Pointers have always been musically complex and technically brilliant, the core is definitely traditional Celtic, but on the new album, fiddle tunes are grounded in complex rumbling bass lines, a dirty Americana exploration turns on a dime into a lighthearted guitar feature with flamenco reference palmas, playful keyboard tones turn traditional solos into urgent dance-party journeys, and off-the-leash festival jam sessions give rise to vocal numbers that are either perfect pop songs or moving tributes to the home and people they love. Redefining the ever-evolving genre – modern folk – with Billboard-worthy pop hooks, deep acoustic groove, trance-like trad breakdowns and three-part harmonies, Tim Chaisson (vocals/fiddle/percussion), Koady Chaisson (banjo/tenor guitar/moog) and Jake Charron (guitar/keyboards), already internationally acknowledged as musical trailblazers, have made sure their new album Yours To Break (out now) will light a path for a new generation of music lovers who don’t care for labels.

What We Leave Behind was one of the international standout albums of 2017, nominated for the Traditional Roots Album of the Year at the 2018 JUNO Awards and attracting over four million streams on Spotify. In the short time between their 2015 JUNO Award-winning debut Secret Victory and the upcoming Yours To Break, the band has performed over 450 shows in Australia, New Zealand, Japan, the UK, Europe, Mexico, the USA, and Canada.

This is an event not to be missed!

ENTRY: Tickets $40 available HERE or at The Globe Box Office

SAT 4 APRIL 2020, 7:30PM
Drag Up Your Life

International Drag Queen Kelly Fornia is back with her hit production Drag Up Your Life, but this time, we're taking the show all around New Zealand!
Drag Up Your Life brings some of the talented Drag Artists from Wellington, New Zealand for a 100 minute lip sync extravaganza! We are talking about the Drag out of the nightclubs and putting on an extraordinary show on the big stages all around the country! 
Kelly Fornia has been a key part of the New Zealand Drag Scene for the past four years and has been scouting the best of the best when it comes to our Drag talent, and drag up your life is no exception! The production concists of incredible ballads, choreographic excellence and performances that'll make you want to get into Drag and slay up a storm yourselves!
Oh and did we mention this is a PG show?! Which means we're aiming to make it suitable for everyone to come along! So don't miss out on this fabulous experience of a lifetime, get the whole family along and come watch a spectacular show that you'll never forget!

ENTRY: Tickets $35/20 available HERE or at The Globe Box Office

SAT 18 APRIL 2020, 7:30PM
Daniel Champagne

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 an intimate show at The Globe Theatre on Saturday 18th April 2020!

ENTRY: Tickets $25 available HERE or at The Globe Box Office