Imagine what it’s like to stay up all night!
An award-winning, life affirming musical comedy about family, faith and survival.
This is a work to wake us up a little. This is a party. This is a poem. This is a call to arms.
Long dead moustachioed scientific giant Ernest Rutherford claws his way off the hundred-dollar bill to give his first lecture in over 70 years
Robbie Nicol, the ‘Kiwi John Oliver’, is leaving the safety of his Facebook and YouTube webseries and performing live.
A chance to cave vicariously with one of New Zealand’s best cavers, Marcus Thomas, in conversation with Potton & Burton publisher Robbie Burton.
The Film Festival showcases 16 of the best short films created by filmmakers from Marlborough, Nelson, Tasman and Golden Bay.
A young Nelson mother struggles to raise her autistic daughter, Bowie, as she navigates her first year of high school.
The Hochsetter lecture is a prestigious annual event named in honour of Ferdinand von Hochstetter. A speaker is chosen annually by the GSNZ Awards Subcommittee.
A public lecture given by up to three MacDiarmid Institute presenters on their personal stories about working in the field of nanoscience.
Monday 4th September 2017. Doors open at 6.30pm, the event is from 7.00 to 8.30 pm
This is part of a series of ‘Regional Lectures’ given by MacDiarmid Institute people to foster public understanding of science. It is being run in conjunction with the Nelson Science Society. It is a free community event, for a general audience.
Lightweight Theatre presents: THIS WAR IS NOT INEVITABLE
A play for two actors written by Michael Hedley Burton and performed by Michael Burton and Ryan Kouroukis.
Sunday June 4th, 3pm. Duration: 90 minutes plus interval and conversation with audience afterwards.
In 1917 the Austrian social reformer Rudolf Steiner described his vision of the Threefold Social Organism (Threefold Social Order) in an attempt to rescue Germany from a devastating World War. By limiting the power of the state, Steiner showed how war could become impossible. Two actors, playing a dozen parts between them, show how the rulers of the time received this idea. Steiner failed then, but the question we must ask today is do we want to continue with forms of government arising out of the nineteenth century? Could the Threefold Social Organism be the blueprint for something that will work in our time?
Tickets: $18 waged, $14 unwaged, $10 students online: www.ticketdirect.co.nz and door sales (cash only)
Young and Inspired celebrates the amazing achievements of young Nelsonian's who are living their dreams out in the real world.
Friday 2 June, 7.30-10pm including intermission. Doors open 7pm. Suter Theatre.
Young and Inspired celebrates the amazing achievements of young Nelsonian's who are living their dreams out in the real world. Delivered through live performances, visual presentations and creative story telling, Young and Inspired provides all young people with an opportunity to connect, share and learn. The young presenters may not all currently reside in the Nelson region, however they all share a common thread of either being from or have grown up in the region. They will share insights into the circumstances and choices they have encountered as they turn their dreams into reality.
The event is strictly alcohol, drug and smoke free and suitable for 15-18 year olds. A light supper will be provided during the half time intermission.
Tickets: This is a FREE event, but you must register online via eventbrite.co.nz: here
Wednesday 12th April 6:30pm. Cash bar opens at 5:30pm
Nelson Host Lions Club invites you to a special screening of Helens Story, a fundraising event for Nelson Tasman Hospice.
Helen and Quentin celebrated a beautiful garden wedding. A year later they had a baby son, and Helen had cancer. This powerful documentary takes us on an inspiring journey with Helen as she finds out many things. She finds that a Hospice is not just a place to die, and she finds that love, family and whanau can get you through anything.
Tickets: $20 purchase from: Karen Jordan / STYLE 82 - Bridge Street, Little Boutique – 51 Bridge Street, Or email: email@example.com
For any questions please telephone: 03 547 5059, or email Don: firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday 7th April, 8pm.
Duration: 80mins (plus interval)
The Suter Theatre is proud to present three of Ireland’s best traditional musicians – Caitlín Nic Gabhann, Ciarán Ó Maonaigh, and Cathal Ó Curráin, making their first tour of New Zealand.
Settle in for an evening showcasing some of Ireland’s finest traditional musicians. Caitlín Nic Gabhann is a three times All Ireland concertina champion, and an accomplished step-dancer who has toured the world many times over with Riverdance. Ciarán Ó Maonaigh hails from Donegal, Ireland, a region famous for its fiddle players. He’s best known for his work with the band Fidil, through which he released three highly praised albums. Cathal Ó Curráin is a multi-instrumentalist and singer of exceptional talent. He has won prestigious awards for his Sean-nós (old style) singing, and in 2015 he won the International Pan Celtic Fiddle Competition. Cathal also plays banjo, mandolin and bouzouki.
Tickets available online: here
Pre-sale tickets: Adults: $32 / Students: $24 / Children: $15
Door Sales: Adults: $38 / Students: $30 / Children: $2