February and March are always busy months for events in Hawke’s Bay and this year is looking no different here at Toitoi – Hawke’s Bay Arts & Events Centre.
We’re kicking off with one of the first shows of this year’s Art Deco Weekend – Lady Larisa and band will perform Larisa’s new EP, Honeychild, alongside jazz classics, at the Opera House on Thursday, February 18.
At the start of March we have our first Royal New Zealand Ballet show at Toitoi since closing in 2014. We are so excited to have Tutus on Tour here on March 2, at the family-friendly hour of 6.30pm and tickets start at $13 for children and $29.50 for adults.
On March 14, we finally have the infamous Chopper (aka Heath Franklin) bringing his new show The Silencer to the Opera House stage. This show was postponed twice due to Covid, so we all have our fingers and toes crossed that Uncle Chopchop makes his way through quarantine in one piece. The perfect show for lovers of irreverent stand-up comedy and television’s 7 Days, concession tickets for Chopper are $40.50 or $44.50 for adults.
Also in March, we have a new Auckland Theatre Company work, Two Ladies - a comedy drama exploring the relationship (and tension!) between the First Ladies of the United States and France. Starring a trio of absolute powerhouse wāhine – Jennifer Ward-Lealand, Anna Jullienne and Rena Owen – this is one not to be missed. With both a matinee and an evening show on March 28, tickets start at just $36.50 for concessions.
If you want to be the first to know what’s coming up for the rest of the year (and get earlybird access), head to our website and sign up to our email newsletter – www.toitoivenues.co.nz
29 January 2021
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