An hilarious and heart-warming Kiwi comedy that finds five unhappy people in a shed full of tools. What could possibly go wrong? “A damn good play. Very funny.” Roger Hall
It’s more than just a show, it’s the Nelson Scouts Gangshow! That’s right, our fun filled family variety show for young and old is back for another season in 2020.
Nayland College proudly presents a showcase of performing arts featuring the very best of Music, Dance and Drama. The programme will appeal to a variety of artistic tastes with our all-encompassing talented students.
Vast Dance Festival showcases and celebrates the combined talents of high school students in the Top of the South region.
Penny Ashton brings orphaned hero Olive and a squalid gaggle of hilarious Victorians to crusty life in a rollicking romantic musical journey. It’s Oliver! meets Blackadder with a saucy feminine twist.
So, no one told you life was gonna be this way, nor did they tell you about the hilarious new musical that lovingly lampoons one of TV’s all-time greatest shows in the hit New York and Las Vegas show Friends! The Musical Parody.
Join us for a Royal Deluxe edition held at the gorgeous historic Theatre Royal Nelson. Your funny bone will be tickled at this risque R18 cabaret featuring an all local cast. Prepare to be dazzled and spellbound by award-winning Burlesque Performers, Cabaret Singers, Magicians and more!
Saddle up the family and come along for a trip back in time to the very beginnings of classic Rock ‘n’ Roll and celebrate the magic of the music of “The King”.
Nelson Youth Theatre Company presents the irrepressible comic strip heroine in one of the world’s best-loved, award-winning musicals.
Featuring an exquisite cast of some of our best international performers, The Shows Must Go On will be an experience you will never forget.
The award-winning singer-songwriter Thomas Oliver returns with full band to New Zealand with a stunning run of dates celebrating The Brightest Light album release!
Join The Howard Morrison Quartet Take Two, featuring Howard Morrison Jnr, Russell Harrison, Chris Powley and Andre King, as they celebrate and recreate the magic of the original Howard Morrison Quartet.