CHB Municipal Theatre
The Perfect Venue For All Occasions



$35 General Admission

Dinner Package admission $50- please pre-book

Leading comedians Raybon Kan and Nick Rado team up to perform a two hour show in which stand-up gives way to Rado & Raybon solving questions posed by the audience. The first half is a

stand-up set by each comedian. In the second half, they take the stage together and answer questions, throwing fuel on the burning issues as determined by the audience on the night. They guarantee

the world will not end during the show.

Nick Rado is the Head Writer for TV3’s award winning panel show 7 Days, guest comedy writer for TV3’s The Project and has recently just finished a nationwide NZ tour opening for Danny Bhoy. He's won the NZ Comedy Guild's Best MC award four times. He also appeared in Netflix's Rhys Darby show 'Short Poppies.

Raybon Kan (Best Comedian, Metro; Best Comedian, North & South) has performed at major comedy festivals such as Montreal’s Just for Laughs (twice), Edinburgh and Melbourne, where The Age declared his show ‘Dazed and Confucius’ one of the festival highlights. His shows have sold out throughout NZ.


 One of the most beloved operas of all time, Mozart's The Marriage of Figaro is set over the course of one crazy day in the household of Count Almaviva. Barber-turned-valet Figaro and his sassy fiancee, Susanna, join forces with the long-suffering Countess to outsmart their devious employer. This new sweetened and condensed adaptation by writer/soprano Georgia Jamieson Emms is performed in English and features a cast of singers from New Zealand Opera. Directed by Jacqueline Coats, this Figaro is innovative, economical, definitely a bit cheeky, yet preserves all the best bits of Mozart's masterpiece. Critics have called it “hilarious” and “sparkling with wit and ingenuity”.

Hopetoun Brown

Friday 27th April



Dinner admission $40- please pre-book

Hopetoun Brown and the genius of Finn   Scholes

Taite Prize finalists Hopetoun Brown enlist   the country’s finest trumpet player Finn Scholes for a unique journey through   rhythm and blues.

These three multi-instrumentalists travel   with a boot-load of exotic instruments. Bass clarinets, tubas and trombones   are swapped for trumpets, saxophones and an assortment of strange keyboard   instruments throughout the two stomp-heavy sets. Lead singer Tim Stewart’s large   boots will rattle floors throughout the nation as the band work through their   repertoire spanning blues, soul, funk, jazz, Americana and stomp.

       The set-list will be peppered with tunes from Hopetoun Brown’s latest album Look So Good which features guests turns from Tami Neilson, Marlon Williams and their touring buddy Finn Scholes. If you’re looking for a jazz journey that starts in New Orleans and ends at your back door this could be your night.

“It’s the pervading sense of fun together   with a respect for antique jazz, blues, plantation work songs, doo-wop and   funk that gives Hopetoun Brown their edge”  -Metro magazine-

The Timeliners

Saturday 28th April



Dinner admission $40 - please pre-book

Neil Worboys, Maurice Priestley and Steve Carlyle have been playing the blues together on and off since 1987. Their repertoire is a mix of original as well as The TimeLiners take on a few favourite Blues and Roots standards. 

The forthcoming TimeLiners tour in April 2018 will see Neil, Maurice and Stephen taking a ‘plugged acoustic
trio’ version of previous incarnations of the ‘…liner’ lineage, so-to-speak on a clock-wise time-warp of the
North Island of Aotearoa through the month of April 2018 revisiting echoes of the last 50 years.




Coming June 2018

Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber

Lyrics by Charles Hart with additional lyrics by Richard Stilgoe

Book by Richard Stilgoe & Andrew Lloyd Webber

Based on the novel 'Le Fantome De La Opera' by Gaston Leroux

By arrangement with ORiGiN TM Theatrical on behalf of The Really Useful Group LTD

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