CHB Municipal Theatre
The Perfect Venue For All Occasions


GREAT EVENTS TO CATCH IN 2019!

The contacts for this are: Graeme Black 06 8585426 or Gerard Minehan 06 8588374. 


MY NAME IS MOANA with electro-wizard Paddy Free is an intimate 90-minute tribute to the Ocean led by singer and songwriter Moana Maniapoto. This music, which is so interwoven with New Zealand’s identify, has taken her from garage parties in South Auckland to exotic stages right around the world.

Using an intoxicating mixture of music, myth and personal anecdote, we discover and share our relationship to the Ocean – and to each other.

Haere Mai. Moana and her musicians host their own little garage party, and you’re invited. Bring your own guitar or ukulele! Join them for a delightful showcase of sublime singing and captivating storytelling that will draw you in, make you think, feel, laugh, sing along and possibly even dance.

Tuesday 7th May 7:30 pm


 

Waipawa & Districts Returned & Services Association will be celebrating 100 years as a local entity giving support to our returned, ex-service & serving personnel & their families.

The official opening of an exhibition in the CHB Settlers Museum will take place on Friday 24th May at 5:00 pm - Public Welcome.

 

Ticketed Event: $40

Saturday 25th May from 10 am at The CHB Municipal Theatre 
Military Vehicles on display
Guests speaker & awards presentations
Luncheon
Entertainment from Taradale RSA Concert Party

 

 

Free admission for public from 1:30 pm - upstairs seating, Come & enjoy the Taradale RSA Concert Party



*TICKETING INFORMATION TO COME   

Four uniquely accomplished guitarists bring an infectious energy to the concert stage. Recently returned from concerts in Australia, China, Mexico and the USA the NZGQ is building a reputation that transcends borders both geographically and stylistically.

 Their performances of classical, contemporary and world music continues to engage audiences from all walks of life, exploring a diverse range of genres including Balkan, Brazilian, Persian, bluegrass, Celtic, Spanish and flamenco music.

Technical brilliance and emotional depth” – Christchurch Arts Festival                                                                       “Sublime musical entertainment” – Whangarei Music Society

“…nothing less than extraordinary” – Motueka Music Society

  Saturday 20th July 7:30 pm

$25

*Ticketing Info to come

 

  

Four of Auckland’s brightest musicians combine with a spell-binding backdrop of custom animations penned by band-leader / multi-instrumentalist / genius Finn Scholes they use a plethora of instruments to perform what can only be described as Mexican Fantasy Music, music that will leave your mind blown and you clapping for more.

 

“Wonderful” – John Campbell, Radio NZ

 

“The soundtrack to the sepia-toned, sun-washed short film of your dreams… as you would expect from a collective of such talented individuals, the musical genius at play is hard to ignore” – The New Zealand Herald
 ““Some serious instrument playing going on!” – Kathryn Ryan, Radio NZ

                                 Tuesday 30th July 7:30 pm





 

 In 1913 Annie enters the remote mountains of Kahurangi National Park to live a hidden life with her lover Henry Chaffey.              Forty years in exile, swallowed by the silence, enslaved by the fire. 

This beautiful, touching true story is about Annie Chaffey’s love, loneliness, loss and laughter. An old story from a new perspective.                                           

  storytelling at its finest. Writer, director and performer, Martine Baanvinger, is utterly compelling, humorous and breathtakingly honest as Annie.” -Lisa Allen,
Nelson Fringe Festival review.              

           Tuesday 13th August 7:30 pm



THE KUGELS
Music that makes you want to dance – wild, spirited and haunting.

Take three former members of the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, Robin PerksDebbie Rawson and Jacqueline Nordon,
  a top New Zealand composer and Arts Laureate, 
Ross Harris, and a shared passion for Klezmer music, and you have The Kugels!

  The folk idiom of the Jewish people, Klezmer, was originally played at weddings and other celebrations in Eastern and Central Europe This music gained popularity in America with the arrival of Yiddish speaking immigrants in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, assimilating jazz  elements into the mix.

The ensemble features the highly expressive sound of violin, clarinet, accordion and bass, laced with the soprano sax, clarinet, bass clarinet, and the Maui Xaphoon.

  Sunday 22nd September 2 pm