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Turner Centre at Kerikeri

Imperfect Offering presents The Music of Leonard Cohen


Imperfect Offering presents a full programme of the music of Leonard Cohen. With a full nine-piece band including five vocalists, violin and even balalaika, Imperfect Offering will lead you on a journey from Cohen’s first album in 1967 to his last in 2016. Standing ovations and sold-out shows around North Island, this is the band’s first visit to Kerikeri with ONE SHOW ONLY – booking strongly advised.


Date: Saturday 16 February 2019
Time: 7:30pm
Venue: John Dalton Theatre
Tickets: $30 to $55/Groups of +6 less $5 per ticket

The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra presents Classical Journey

Hamish McKeich: Conductor // Start your year off with a summer treat of music written during or inspired by the late 18th century. Under the guidance of NZSO Associate Conductor Hamish McKeich, the concert opens with Rossini’s overture to his opera The Italian Girl in Algiers. From there on, the audience will journey from London (Haydn’s London Symphony) to the Russian countryside (Prokofiev’s Classical Symphony) and finishing in Bavaria (Brahms’ Variations on a Theme by Haydn). This will be an epic auditory grand tour of Europe.


Date: Sunday, 17 February 2019

Time: 6:30pm

Venue: John Dalton Theatre

Tickets: More information



Turner Centre Jazz Club presents Evan Silva and Silva Service

A very slick sophisticated night with Silva Service, featuring one of Australasia’s top Jazz, Latin and old school ‘RnB’ artists, Evan Silva. His Band, ‘Silva Service’ contains session and entertainment musicians of an incredibly high calibre. Let’s call it ‘sophisticated groove.’ Featured is; Ernest Semu on piano, Chris Nielson on Sax, Trumpet and Percussion, Alex Griffith, Bass, and Neil Williamson on Drums. We can look forward to a beautiful summer night of the world’s best known music in an indoor/outdoor setting.


Date: Friday, 22 February
Time: 5:00pm – Doors open | 6:00pm – Live music
Venue: New World Theatre Bar
Entry: $10 at the door 

NZ Blood Drive


New Zealand Blood Service needs more donors.

Come along and make donating blood one of your new year’s resolutions.  Check your eligibility here on our website


Dates & Times:

-  Monday, 25 Feb, 1:00-6:00pm
-  Tuesday, 26 Feb, 9:00am-3:00pm

Venue: Turner Centre

Aroha Music Society presents Spina & Benignetti Piano Duo

Winners of international music competitions, including Emerging Artist Gold at Global Music Awards in September 2017, these talented musicians hail from Italy and currently reside in France. They are official Yamaha Artists, formed their partnership in 2013 and we welcome them on their first New Zealand tour.
Eleonora Spina and Michele Benignetti will play:  Saint- Saëns, Schubert and Mendelssohn.

With support from The Dalton Trust.


Date: Friday, 8 March 2019
Time: 7:30pm
Venue: New World Theatre Bar
Tickets: $30.00 Adults | $25 Friends | 18 & under Free
Note: (Friends and Free tickets available at the Box Office only)

The Overtones – Our Favourite Things

The Overtones, and their guests, invite you to our last grand concert, on 10 March.

“Our Favorite Things” is exactly that – we will do well-done repertoire that we love, and hope you will love too.  Our guests will represent both young and experienced singers that we are privileged to present to you.
You will recognize John Boulter, Bella Mason, Giorgia Davies, Camilla Macmillan and more.
This concert will start at 2:00 with an interval to eat, drink and be merry.


Date: Sunday, 10 March
Time: 2:00pm
Venue: New World Theatre Bar
Entry: $10 at the door


Sol3 Mio ‘Back to Basics’


This will be Sol3 Mio in their most intimate and purest form – three voices and a piano – with a brand new repertoire of songs and anecdotes from their adventures around the globe over the past 12 months.

In this tour, Sol3 Mio take a step back from their recent outdoor shows to reconnect with smaller audiences at concert halls and theatres, sharing experiences and music from their experiences across the globe, up close and personal.


Date: Saturday, 23 March

Time: 7:30pm

Venue: John Dalton Auditorium

Tickets: $80 per person

Melbourne City Ballet – ‘Alice in Wonderland’


Melbourne City Ballet’s Michael Pappalardo (Artistic Director) and Brendan Bradshaw (Artistic Associate) pay homage to the well-known novel by Lewis Carroll, “Alice In Wonderland”, with this enchanting ballet complimented by one of Tchaikovsky’s most famous scores – More Info | Buy Tickets


Date: Wednesday, 27 March 2019
Time: 7:30pm
Venue: John Dalton Theatre
Tickets: $38.00 Adults | $35.00 Sen Citz/Students with ID |
$25.00 Child (under 6) | $35.00 Groups 8+ adults

UPSURGE Bay of Islands Arts Festival

We are a biennial arts festival held in and around the stunning Bay of Islands region.
This year’s Festival runs over six action packed days and nights with a diverse programme of performance genres from New Zealand and afar.

With a tantalising selection of theatre, contemporary dance, free street theatre and music performances, we hope that there is something for everyone to enjoy.


Dates: 2-7 April

Times vary between events

Venues are located within the Bay of Islands

Tickets: Click here

CATS the musical


One of the world’s best-loved musicals, CATS, will embark on its most extensive tour of New Zealand ever in 2019.


Date: Wednesday, 24 April 2019
Time: 7:30pm
Venue: John Dalton Theatre
Tickets: $119.00 Premium, $89.90 A Reserve, $79.90 B Reserve,

$79.90 Groups 10+ (A Reserve), $79.90 Students (18 & under)

The Bay of Islands Singers presents Stage Lights


“Stage Lights” – music for the theatre.

Opera (Aida) : Operetta (Merry Widow; Gondoliers) : Musicals (Cabaret, Oklahoma, Les Miserables and Chess). Guest Orchestra with Tania Priebs (soprano) Ipu Laga’aia (tenor) Conductor John Jackets


Date:  Saturday, 4 May

Time: 7:30pm

Venue: Plaza

Tickets: $30 Adults, $12 Student (18 and under)


Royal New Zealand Ballet presents Tutus on Tour 2019


Date: Tuesday, 7 May, 2019

Time: 6:30pm

Venue: John Dalton Theatre

Tickets: Adults from $25, Child from $10


Following sell-out performances around New Zealand in 2018, the Royal New Zealand Ballet

is delighted to bring Tutus on Tour to the Turner Centre in 2019.

See the dancers perform classical favourites and contemporary works, tailor-made for

intimate venues, and suitable for all ages. Full details will be announced early 2019.

Exhibition – Come Rain Or Shine


Date: January 2019 onward

Venue: New World Theatre Bar


Raewyn King and Barbie Stevenson showcase their art from January onward.