Coming Events

48 Hours Film Night - Gisborne City Finals

Dates: Friday, 21 June

Join us for an electrifying showcase of the films from the highly anticipated 2024 Vista Foundation 48 Hours event! Prepare to be captivated in the unparalleled talents of local filmmakers from your area. Strap in for a rollercoaster ride of laughter and thrills.
Following the screenings, we'll honour the filmmakers with prestigious awards. Secure your ticket today! Let us commemorate another year of the greatest filmmaking competition in Aotearoa!

Classification - M - Violence, offensive language, sexual references & content that may disturb.

Bar open at 5pm
Cinema doors at 6:30pm, screening at 7pm

SOLD OUT!

Casual Healing

Dates: Sunday, 23 June

One good thing about healing, when it hits - you feel no pain.

Casual Healing will make his third stop of the Te Ika-a-Māui tour in Tairāwhiti at The Dome Cinema on Sunday 23rd June.

BIOGRAPHY

Nikau Te Huki is a unique composer, producer and multi-instrumentalist based in Pōneke, Aotearoa - and his soulful solo project goes by the name of Casual Healing. For over six years, Nikau has significantly influenced the music scene in Wellington. Establishing a vibrant hub for indigenous Roots, Rock, and Reggae through his band H4LF CĀST. Notable performances have taken place at Gardens Magic, Tora Bombora, Nest Fest, and Twisted Frequency.

There’s something curious about this young Maori-Italian maestro. He holds a charming crooked smile and often appears in elaborate wardrobe, with an old nylon guitar over his shoulder looking like Elvis Marley, weaving a symphony of Roots, RnB, Reggae, Neo-soul, Indie, folklore and Rock. The entire Casual Healing discography has been produced by Nikau in his home studio, Te Whare CHuR. Thus we begin to explore the many talents of this man.

Casual Healing understands the power of music. As a true sonic missionary, Nikau is creating a soothing “golden-era sound” as part of his mission to heal with his music. Te Huki is a natural storyteller who inspires the listener by sharing his perspective of life through an authentic and relatable lens, drawing from a palette of raw emotions and painting a canvas woven from the tapestry of his unique life.

The songs of Casual Healing emphasise life lessons of aroha, peace and unity through powerful lyrical scribe woven into smooth reggae, soul rhythm. This infusion creates a unique nostalgic vibe, creating a captivating and comforting essence that evokes
recollections of moments shared with friends and whānau. Casual Healing's goal is to create songs that “make people feel like they want to be better people”, drawing inspiration from Bob Marley, who showed us the power of compassion and simplicity.

"In Te Huki’s own words, he's 'on the precipice of something massive,' and definitely is an artist you should be keeping your eye on."
- Salient Magazine

"Soulful and introspective"
- Sniffers

"A certified Kiwi-classic-to-be."
- Tearaway Magazine


Earlybird Tickets - SOLD OUT!
General Tickets $20 + fees (link below)

Bar open at 5pm
Doors at 7:30pm, music at 8pm

18+

Back to the 90's!

Dates: Saturday, 29 June

It's time to go back to the 90's for our most requested theme night - so here it is - for one night only!!!

Gisborne Centrestage are fundraising for the epic rock Queen musical 'WE WILL ROCK YOU' - so have chosen the 90's theme, as it was when Queen's Greatest Hits album broke the charts after the passing of Freddy in 1991.

Come dressed up in 90's costumes and you could win tickets to our September production of 'WE WILL ROCK YOU'!

Dance away to 3 hours of the 90's greatest hits, with entertainment provided by 'the Wiz' and his sound and light show.

This event is R18 - and limited to 200 people only - first in, first served.

Bar open at 5pm, music 8pm-11pm

Hurry to get your tickets - both our previous 90's Night events sold out weeks before the night -

Tickets are $20 each - to grab them, email or text the follow:

email: info@wewillrockyou2024gisbornecentrestage.com

txt: 027 536 8096

FAR OUT! Film Night

Dates: Last Tuesday of every month

Check out our 'Current Films' page for full film details

Next FAR OUT! Film Night - Tuesday, 25 June - Be Here to Love Me

Bar open at 5:30pm
Screening at 6.30pm
$15 cash

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!

POVERTY BAY BLUES NIGHT

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.

NEXT BLUES NIGHT - Tuesday, 2 July
Bar open at 6pm
Bands start 7pm
$10 on the door (eftpos available)
Free for PBBC Members

Daniel Champagne

Dates: Saturday, 13 July

The young virtuoso recently described as “the finest guitar player of this generation” has fallen in love with New Zealand and after sellout tours through North America and Europe he will be back for an extensive national run of 35 shows!

Growing up in the Bega Valley on the Far South Coast of New South Wales, Australia the story goes that the young singer-songwriter and one of a kind guitar virtuoso first picked up his instrument of choice as a 5-year-old following in the footsteps of a musical father. He began writing songs at 12, training classically throughout his teens and performing wherever he could, honing his craft and developing the dynamite live show that he is renowned for today. At 18 he finished school, turned professional and hit the road without looking back.

The following 15 years have seen him independently release 7 studio albums, tour relentlessly around the globe, play some of the biggest festivals under the sun and share stages with the likes of Tommy Emmanuel, INXS, John Butler, Lucinda Williams, Ani DiFranco, Judy Collins and Rodrigo y Gabriela.

He has been described as “the finest guitar player of this generation”, “a leading light in acoustic music” and “a performer that must be seen to be believed” and from March to June 2024 he will be touring Canada, from Vancouver Island in the West out to Newfoundland in the east and 56 towns in between!

$30 tickets online (link below) or $35 CASH ONLY at The Dome Cinema & Bar

Bar open at 5pm
Show at 8pm

18+