"Nature" is the title of a photography exhibition by Gillian Clover and Carolyn Hope, showing this month at Framers on Queen, Queen St, Blenheim.
A "Think Big Members Exhibition" opens on Saturday at the Yealands Estate Marlborough Gallery, featuring 800mm or larger works by Marlborough Art Society members.
Works by contemporary artists JS Parker, Nigel Brown, James Robinson and the late Don Binney fill the Festival Exhibition at The Diversion Gallery, London Quay, Picton, until mid-March.
Thirty years of the Marlborough Wine Festival are celebrated in an Art + Wine + Festival photography exhibition, featuring images by Kevin Judd, Jim Tannock and Sharon Vickers. It can be viewed at the Millennium Art Gallery, Blenheim, until March 16.
Ballet dancer Josh Guillemot-Rodgerson is back in Blenheim during spring break at the Julliard School of Dance in New York. On Saturday at the Marlborough Dance Centre, he will hold a 10.30am workshop for children under 14 and a 12.30pm workshop for dancers 14 years and over. Registrations ($20 each) can be made by txting 021 222 8483 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Imperial Russian Ballet, Don Quixote was first performed in Moscow's Bolshoi Theatre in 1869. Since then it has been performed all over the world by Russian and international ballet companies. The Imperial Russian Ballet Company will bring this flamboyant and festive ballet to the Floorpride Civic Theatre at 8pm on Wednesday night.
Music and comedy show, The Bitches Box and Mel Parsons, is performed at The Blenheim Club, 92 High St, on Friday from 7.30pm and at the Carluke Park, Rai Valley, on March 30.
Framingham Harvest Concert, The Nudge will be performing, along with The Dead Parrots and Chinese Beach Party, Framingham Winery, 6.30pm, March 7.
The Marlborough Barbershop Chorus is joined by Nelson quartet Offbeat for a concert in the Havelock Town Hall from 7.30pm on Saturday. Door sales (gold coin entry or larger donation) will be donated to the Marlborough Coastguard.
- The Marlborough Express