14 THE WELLINGTONIAN, OCTOBER 5, 2017
MUSIC & COMEDY
Adam Ant: The Opera House, Manners St, Oct 10, 8pm. An Evening of Song with Amiria Grenell & Joe Blossom: Ballroom House Concert, Patterson St, Oct 7, 7:30pm, bookings from firstname.lastname@example.org. Anita Schwabe & Roger Manins: Sunday Jazz, The Rogue and Vagabond, Garrett St, Oct 8. 5pm. Battle of The Bands: National Championship Heats, Valhalla, Vivian St, Oct 11 - 15. Capital Comedy’s Blindset: The Cavern Club, Allen St, Oct 6, 8pm. Clerics of Order and Chaos: The Rogue and Vagabond, Garrett St, Oct 6, 9:30pm. Community HU – Singing the Sound of Divine Love: Flash Dog Studios, Oxford Tce, every Friday and Wednesday, 6:30pm. Cool Story Bro: Stand-up Comedy That’s Funny ‘Coz It’s True, The Fringe Bar, Allen St, Oct 6, 8pm. Freezing Works: Meow, Edward St, Oct 11, 8pm. Guitar Students of the NZSM: St Andrew’s on The Terrace, Oct 11, 12:15pm, koha appreciated. Hobnail Tour Finale: A night of Classic Celtic Country Rock with Charlotte Yates, The Third Eye, Arthur St, Oct 14, 8:55pm. Jazz in the Burbs: The Al Jenkins Quintet with Janice Tossman on vocals, Seatoun RSA, Dundas St, Oct 6, 7:30pm - 10pm. JLB4 Funk Soul Blues: Thunderbird Cafe, Featherston St, Oct 13, 5:30pm. Jolanta Kossakowska: Meow, Edward St, Oct 5, 8pm. King Kreabsley Boogaloo: Hashigo Zake, Taranaki St, Oct 7, 9:30pm. Laura Collins and the Back Porch Blues Band: The Third Eye - Tuatara’s Temple of Taste, Oct 7, 8:30pm, $10 on the door. Lolo Lovina & Niko Ne Zna Balkan Party: The Rogue and Vagabond, Garrett St, Oct 11, 8pm. Matias Ceballos: Poquito Cafe and Bar, Tory St, Oct 7, 9pm. Modern Maori Quartet with Annie Crummer: Wellington High School, Taranaki St, Oct 7, 8pm. Noise Drone Repeat: Valhalla, Vivian St, Oct 5, 8pm. NZ Comedy School Graduation Showcase: The Fringe Bar, Allen St, Oct 5, 8pm. NZSO Travels in Italy: Featuring violist Antoine Tamestit, conducted by James Judd, Michael Fowler Centre, Wakefield St, Oct 6, 6:30pm. Radioactive.fm Takeover: Night 1, Matterhorn, Cuba St, Oct 6, 6pm. Rag Poets: Kelburn Village Pub, Upland Rd, Oct 8, 3pm. Set On End, Trojans & guests: Valhalla, Vivian St, Oct 6, 8pm. Swamp Thing: The Rogue and Vagabond, Garrett St, Oct 7, 9pm. The Black Seeds: Fabric NZ Tour, San Fran, Cuba St, Oct 6 & 7, 8pm. Thelmmclub: Southern Cross Garden Bar Restaurant, Abel Smith St, Oct 7, 4pm. The Medicine Stand-up Comedy: The Fringe Bar, Allen St, every Wednesday, 8-10pm, adults $10. The Trendees, Strangestains & Bent Folk: Caroline, Manners St, Oct 7, 9pm. The Troubles: The Rogue and Vagabond, Garrett St, Oct 5, 9:30pm. The Vermillion Poets & Archie The Brave: San Fran, Cuba St, Oct 5, from 9pm.
THEATRE, FILM & DANCE
A Doris Day Special - Ali Harper: Circa Theatre, Taranaki St, until Oct 14, 7:30pm. Anahera: A contemporary domestic thriller about a struggling Kiwi family and the angel who stands up for them, Circa Theatre, Taranaki St, until
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Horrible Histories - Barmy Britain: The Opera House, Manners St, Oct 7, 11am & 1:30pm. Jack and The Beanstalk: BATS Theatre, Kent Tce, Oct 10 - 13, 10am & 11:30am. Ka´tya Kabanova´ - NZ Opera: St James Theatre, Courtenay Pl, Oct 7 - 14, 7:30pm. Kilikiti: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision, Taranaki St, Oct 6, 5:30pm. Kings of the Road: A love letter to the cinema, amoving, funny tale of male friendship, in a country haunted by war, Wellington Film Society, Soundings Theatre, Te Papa, Cable St, Oct 10, 6:15pm, see filmsocietywellington.net.nz. Mousing Around,: Gryphon Theatre, Ghuznee St, until Oct 14, 11am, $10, bookings at kapitallkidstheatre.co.nz/bookings. National Shakespeare Schools Production: Mac’s Function Centre, Taranaki St, Oct 7, 7:30pm. NZ Improv Festival: BATS Theatre, Kent Tce, Oct 17, 6:30pm & October 21, 10:30pm. One Thousand Ropes: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision, Taranaki St, until Oct 7, 7pm. Operatunity Presents Fabulous 50’s: Relive swing and Rock ‘n’ Roll as our artists performthe greatest hits of the 1950’s, Hutt City Church, Marsden St, Oct 24, 11am, to book call 05 082 66237. Shopping with Mother: The Old Department Stores, Nga Taonga Sound & Vision, Taranaki St, Oct 5, 5:30pm. Songs of The Sea: Hannah Playhouse, Cambridge Tce, from Oct 6 - 27. Still Chasin’ Possums: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision, Taranaki St, Oct 6, 12:15pm. Stillwaving: Climate Change Theatre, nine bite-sized brand new climate action plays by awardwinning local and international writers, Theatre Lab, Massey University, Tasman St, Oct 23, 2pm. Stones In His Pockets: Gryphon Theatre, Ghuznee St, until Oct 14, 7:30pm, book through iticket. The Bentley Effect Film: NZ Tour, Te Aro Community Space, Tory St, Oct 6, 6:30pm. This Island Is Ours: Defending Dokdo/reclaiming Takeshima, Te Ahumairangi Ground Floor, National Library, cnr Molesworth & Aitken Streets, Oct 5, 5:30pm. White Boots and Busby - Marching Girls: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision, Taranaki St, Oct 7, 5:30pm. World of Wearableart 2017: TSB Bank Arena, Queens Wharf, until Oct 8, 8pm.
Academy Gallery: Queens Wharf, Spring Exhibition - Artists and Artisans, until Oct 8. Bartley + Company Art: Ghuznee St, Claudia Jowitt & Ruth ThomasEdmond, until Oct 28. Bowen Galleries: Ghuznee St, Saga 2 - In the Beginning by Kerrie Hughes, until Oct 14. City Gallery: Civic Square, off Wakefield St, Occulture – The Dark Arts, until Nov 19. Enjoy Public Art Gallery: Cuba St, Dave Marshall, Terrestrials, till Oct 21. Joining Parliament: An on-line exhibition of photo-collages in the style of David Hockney’s ‘‘joiners’’ called Joining Parliament, until Nov 30, joiningparliament.gallery. Kapiti Gallery: Matai Rd, Raumati Beach, Clay Expressions, until Oct 15, Wed-sun, 10am-3pm. Karori Arts & Crafts Centre: Beauchamp St, 50th Anniversary Tutors’ Exhibition, until Oct 8. Newzealand Portrait Gallery: Shed 11, Queen’swharf, Ludicrous Likenesses – The Fine Art of Caricature, until Oct 23. Page Blackie Gallery: Victoria St, Paul Dibble - HUIA, until Oct 23. Passchendaele – NZ’S Darkest Day: An audio-visual show featuring the Battle of Passchendaele. Dominion Museum Building, Buckle St, open daily 9am - 6pm until Dec 3. Pataka Art + Museum: Paumoana St, DARK HORIZONS by Abdul Abdullah, Abdul-rahman Abdullah and Khaled Sabsabi, until Jan 22.
Peter Mcleavey Gallery: Cuba St, Home Sweet Home, a group exhibition featuring Laurence Aberhart, Ben Cauchi, Bill Hammond and more, until Oct 14. Photospace Gallery: Courtenay Pl, Exhibitions by Arpege Taratoa-leaf & Michael O’kane, both until Oct 14. ROAR! Gallery: Cnr Vivian & Victoria Sts, This is Halloween, Cross Eyed Collective, until Oct 31. Robert Heald Gallery: Leftbank, An exhibition by internationally renowned self-taught photographer Miroslav Tichy´, until Oct 14. Seatoun Arts and Crafts Exhibition: Featuring local artists, potters and a wonderful variety of work from very talented crafts people, The Village Hall, Fores St, Oct 27, 7pm & Oct 29, 4pm. Solander Gallery: Willis St, John Pusateri’s Caterpillar Killer & Aiko Robinson’s Sighs upon a midnight pillow, both from Oct 18. The Kiwi Art House Gallery: Cuba St, Mythology and the Land - watercolours by Joy de Geus, until Oct 17. Thistle Hall: Cuba St, Floral Musings by Natalie Parker, until Oct 8. Walrus Gallery: Cnr Taranaki & Jessie Sts, Nga¯ Wawata Wha¯nui / Collective Visions Exhibition featuring the work of Dan Mills, Robe`rt Franken, Douglas Sehnert and more,, until Oct 21. Wellington Museum: Jervois Quay, Number One Field Punishment, a series of images by Wellington artist Bob Kerr.
Addiction Recovery & Mental Wellness: Open Support Group, Tawa Community Centre, Cambridge Tce, Oct 5, 7:30pm, all welcome. A Democratic Game: Rugby league, community identity and cultural pride in NZ, Ground Floor, National Library, cnr Molesworth & Aitken Sts, Oct 10, 5:30pm. Book Launch: Unity Books, Willis St, Emergency Response by Dave Greenberg, Oct 5, 6pm. Book Launch: Homeless - poems by John Howell, Wellington Central Library, Victoria St, Oct 10, 5pm. Free Money Course: Trouble with finances? Need an easy budgeting tool? Come along to a free money course run by CAP coaches at the Reformed Church, Harrison St, Oct 12 & 26, 7:30pm. Garage Project - The Art of Beer: Te Ahumairangi Ground Floor, National Library, cnr Molesworth & Aitken Streets, Oct 6, 12:10pm. Karori Cemetery Tour: Take a guided walking tour in one of Wellington’s heritage gems, and hear the stories behind the headstones. Old Karori Rd, Oct 23, 10:30am & Oct 29, 12pm, bookings from wellingtoncityheritageweek.co.nz. Life Drawing: St Andrews on the Terrace, every Wednesday, 5:30pm. Shock Capitalism or Common Wealth?: Quaker and author Martin Large explores the question we all face; ‘What society do we want and how do we get there?’, Oct 10, St Andrews on the Terrace, 12:15pm. St Gerard’s Monastery Tours: Take the opportunity to come and visit this iconic landmark on Mount Victoria, overseeing Wellington Harbour, Hawker St, Oct 24, 11am, free, book at email@example.com or (04) 801 7797. TEDXVUW 2017: Victoria University Memorial Theatre, Student Union Building, Kelburn Pde, Oct 9, 6pm. Ukulele Classes: Naenae Community Hall, Everest Ave, all welcome to play the ukulele, enjoy a coffee and chat, Thursdays, 1pm- 2.30pm, entry by koha, contact Christine 567 7446. Wellington Cable Car 101: As part of Wellington City Heritage Week, take a special tour of the Cable Car Museum with curators and engineer Gavin Macintyre, Oct 19, 10am.
All Vegan Night Market: The Vegan Vault, Victoria St, Oct 7, 6pm. Blessing of the Animals: Wellington Cathedral of St Paul, Molesworth St, Oct 7, 10am. Crafty Critter Craft Club: Tawacc Boardroom, last Sunday of the month, from 1pm, email Eva Wong at firstname.lastname@example.org to receive the monthly meeting notice. Drop-in Centre: Meeting Room 1, Karori Community Centre, Karori Rd, meet people in community, morning tea $2, lunch $4, every Thurs & Fri, 10:30am till 1:30pm, all welcome. Fabric-a-brac: St Anne’s Hall, Emmett St, Oct 7, 10am - 2pm, in support of Mary Potter Hospice. Karori Food Trucks: Karori Events Centre, Karori Rd, Oct 6, 4pm - 8pm. Linkline Social Club Inc: For active mature people, club dinners last Saturday of every month, 6pm, call Jossie 577 1876 for information. Modern Migrants Meetup: Seatoun Village Hall, Oct 11, 6pm.