DUBLIN’s IRISH TENORS & THE CELTIC LADIES
Moving tirelessly from opera to pop, jazz to classical, each member of the Celtic Ladies and Dublin’s Irish Tenors showcase their unique talents during the Branson show from lively fiddling, to marvelous melodies, to perfected piano pieces. These two groups bring an excellent mix of traditional Irish tunes, adult contemporary and classical music. Hits throughout the show which are powerfully and beautifully sung by Dublin’s Irish Tenors and Celtic Ladies include: “Danny Boy,” “Cockles and Mussels,” “Twist & Shout,” “Hey Jude,” “Nessun Dorma,” “That’s Life,” “You Raise Me Up,” “Scarborough Fair,” “We Are the Champions,” “Smile,” “O Sole Mio,” “Loch Lomond,” “Rolling in the Deep” and “Ticket to Ride.” Each number carefully choreographed to combine different additional elements and actions such as dancing humor, special effects, sets and audience interaction enhance the total audience enjoyment of the show.
AUCKLAND 12 November 7.30pm
TAURANGA 13 November 7.30pm
NAPIER 14 November 7.30pm
NEW PLYMOUTH 16 November 7.30pm
PALMERSTON NORTH 17 November 7.30pm
WELLINGTON 18 November 7.30pm
BLENHEIM 19 November 7.30pm
CHRISTCHURCH 20 November 7.30pm
ASHBURTON 22 November 7.30pm
OAMARU 23 November 7.30pm
DUNEDIN 24 November 7.30pm
INVERCARGILL 25 November 7.30pm
THE ART OF BANKSY
The exhibition in Auckland will take visitors on a journey, exploring the questionable genius of the world’s most infamous street artist with a retrospective of over 80 of the artists’ off-street masterpieces.
Most famously known for his stenciling technique, Banksy’s artwork combines dark humour with underlying political messages and social themes, which have made him one of the biggest contemporary artists of our time.
Curated by the artists’ former manager, Steve Lazarides, the exhibition presents the first collection of Banksy artworks to reach New Zealand shores, including the iconic ‘Girl with Balloon’, ‘Flag Wall’ and ‘Laugh Now’ pieces. The exhibition also includes three pieces that have never been publicly exhibited.
All pieces included in The Art of Banksy exhibition are original works and limited edition screen-prints by Banksy himself, which are all unique in their form.
Outside The Art of Banksy area, The BOX Cafe and Bar houses a selection of food and beverages to refresh your palette.
“This exhibition is a one off – never will you be able to see this amount of work in one place again. Once the show is over, the artwork will dissipate back to the other 40 collectors around the world, and the likelihood of them being brought together again in the future is very slim.”
– Steve Lazarides –
Book now through Ticketmaster.
The Art Of Banksy is presented in the heart of Aotea Centre. Aotea Centre is a purpose-built performing arts and events centre in Auckland’s Central Business District. It also includes the BOX Cafe and Bar where you can enjoy food and refreshments. Aotea Centre was specifically designed around a collection of beautiful New Zealand artworks by leading contemporary artists.
Finding your way to the lower level NZI of the Aotea Centre. Map
The exhibition is open 10am-5pm, 7 days a week.
Tuesday 5 January through to Tuesday 6 February 2018
Pre Christmas limited number of sales at $30 each.
Every ticket is an open ticket – recipient goes whichever day suits.
After Christmas, or when the limit is reached, ticket prices will be $35.
All tickets sold through Ticketmaster either at their Box Offices or online.