Coming Events


Dates: Last Tuesday of every month

Introducing the Far Out Film nights at the Dome.

March 26 - EASY RIDER

Hand picked classic films that have stood the test of time. Left of centre, out on the fringe, always with substance and never boring. Many films may be unknown to some of our viewers, yet we hope you will come for an experience.

Expect the unexpected! $10 cash

Check out our movies page for monthly film details.

Sonic Delusion

Dates: Sat 6 April, 8.30pm

"Hey Trouble" Single Release Tour
Presale tickets $15 from Aviary, $20 on the door

Sonic Delusion, the Swiss-Kiwi electro-folk artist, continues to carve out his own
unapologetically ambitious and hip swaying sounds with his third single “Hey Trouble”, from his upcoming album “Anything Goes” (to be released in May 2019).

Pop infused but staying true to his funky folk looped beats, Manella sings sassy lyrics thatwill evoke memories for all those who have ever taken a chance on a good romance, regardless of the trouble it could bring. “Hey Trouble” is the cool and quirky love song about meeting that someone, throwing caution the wind and allowing yourself imaging the life that could follow.

“Hey Trouble” gives Manella’s fans a single that builds on the continuous excitement for his new up and coming album, “Anything Goes”. As always he is staying true to his too funky for folk and too folky for funk signature style, and as Manella sings throughout in the and loyal followers can expect that good things are rising in the lead up to his album.


Dates: Friday 12 April

The internationally award-winning modern retelling of an ancient myth is on tour in Aotearoa for the very first time!

Dave is single and turning 30. He’s stood at the bar.
Eurydice is a tree nymph.
And Bruce Springsteen is on the jukebox.

A tale of impossible, death-defying love told through hair raising spoken word and soaring soul music.

Alexander Flanagan-Wright (The Flanagan Collective) and Phil Grainger (Gobbledigook Theatre) weave together a world of dive bars, side streets and ancient gods.

"A true gem of a show whose praise I want to sing from the rooftops ★★★★★" - VoiceMag (UK)

"Charming, uplifting … simple storytelling at its finest. ★★★★★" - Adelaide Advertiser (AU)

** WINNER - Adelaide Theatre Award (weekly)
** WINNER - VAULT Festival Summerhall Award
** WINNER - Perth Fringe World Theatre Award (week one)
** WINNER - The Adelaide Advertiser Best Pure Theatre


Mako Raod & Dolph

Dates: 8.30pm Saturday 13 April

Spaghetti Toast in support!! $20 + BF

Mako Road and Dolph (Dolphin Friendly) have teamed up to bring Napier and Gizzy a one off 'mini-tour' consisting of two autumn shows on the North Island's East Coast. The combined nature of Mako and Dolph typically consists of musical madness and epic nights, and when asked by good friend and local Gisborne surfer Beachy about the tour, his initial reaction to the event was that it would be an entire blitz of the East Coast, and here we are. While not denying the somewhat questionable rock n' roll nature of the bands, the guys are promising a unique joint headline show with their usual bangers, new tracks, all their crazy performance antics, as well as epic supporting acts. Join the boys on this special one-off occasion playing Napier and Gisborne for a couple of epics!


Adam McGrath - The Ragged Ramble Tour

Dates: Friday 17 May

Adam McGrath has toured and played with everyone from Fleetwood Mac to Steve Earle to Paul Kelly to Old Crow Medicine Show and many, many more, Barry Saunders from The Warratahs simply described him as “The truth”.

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

Described by influential country magazine No Depression as “One of the best
modern roots acts from any country period”, by the NZ Herald as “NZ’s toughest
minded songwriter” and by Radio NZ National as a “National Treasure”, an Adam
McGrath show is primed and proud to reach your heart, head and boots.

Presales from Aviary $20, $25 on the door

A folk singer in the truest, traditional sense but one who’s songs speak to the times
we find ourselves in and the people with whom we share them with McGrath has a
virtual lifetime spent on the road around NZ and everywhere beyond. He sees his job
as to pick up the stories he finds, siphon them down to the bone and the heart and
bring them around to the next place and the next.


Dates: First Tuesday of the month

The best in live music!

Come down on the first Tuesday of the month for the best selection of local music at the Poverty Bay Blues Night. Each month sees a new line-up of musicians giving us a taste of what they've got.

Doors open at 7pm, bands start 8pm. Just $5 on the door