One hound, one Holmes and the vague smell of damp fur…
The Hound of the Baskervilles is a wonderfully barking spoof!
Indian Ink Theatre Company’s latest, boldest and bravest show comes blasting out of the future: India the year 2061. When Leela Devi leaves her tribal home to see the world, she doesn’t expect her father’s elephant to follow her.
Join us monthly for improv, sketch comedy and anything else we have “up our sleeves” with this month’s topic “Let’s be Sense-able”.
Smokefree Rockquest is New Zealand’s only nationwide, live, original music, youth event.
Nelson Symphony Orchestra presents The Night of Opera in collaboration with the Nelson opera performance group – Avid Opera. The concert conductor is Nigel Weeks.
Passing on messages from people who have died and are in spirit is what Kelvin was put on earth to do.
The New York-based Enso String Quartet return to New Zealand following their successful 2012 tour, with an exciting series of concerts.
Heath Franklin’s Chopper is back after taking the former countries of New Zealand and Australia.
Hilarious French raconteur, Marcel Lucont hosts a top selection of the Comedy Festival’s favourites including much-loved American cowboy Wilson Dixon, super-dry Welshman Lloyd Langford, two-time Fred Award finalist Jamie Bowen, and Angela Barnes from the UK whom Sarah Millican rates as “Brilliantly funny”.
The Nelson Final of Smokefree Rockquest: New Zealand’s only nationwide, live, original music, youth event.
By popular demand, Mark Hadlow is cycling back to Nelson to star in a one man theatre show as that most polarising of species – a middle aged man in lycra.
Murray takes us through the Steinway story and the Nelson School of Music 2015 scholarship winners come out to shine.