Weekly arts diary

Last updated 05:00 23/09/2014
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■ New Zealand's century-long love affair with radio is celebrated in a "Sounds Like Us" exhibition showing at the Millennium Art Gallery in Blenheim.

■ "Rainlight, Hokianga" by Mary McFarlane can be viewed from noon to 5pm, Wednesday to Saturday until October 19 at The Diversion Gallery, London Quay, Picton.

■ Boats, seascapes and large landscapes are the preferred subjects for Blenheim watercolour artist Jim Campbell. His paintings are hanging this month at Framers on Queens, Queen St, Blenheim.

■ "3 P's in a Pod", Blenheim artist Lesley Griffiths' first exhibition, can be viewed in the Clear Skies room, Yealands Estate Marlborough Gallery, Blenheim, until September 28.

■ Contemporary works by Nelson-based artist Florence Berthold make up "Revelations", showing in the Clearwater room of the the Yealands Estate Marlborough Gallery, High St, Blenheim, until September 28.

Music ■ Glow Party with Auckland and Hamilton DJs, provides a drug-free, alcohol-free, under-age rave from 8pm til midnight at the Clubs of Marlborough, Blenheim, on Thursday.

■ Biggi G, aka ex-Marlborough boy Ben Gilbert, brings his electro, hip hop, house and trap music in a Glow Party rave at Kokomos Bar, Blenheim, on Saturday night.

■ The Nelson Cathedral Choir and organist Jane van Tilborg will be special guests when they join the Nativity Choir at the Church of the Nativity, Blenheim at 5pm on Sunday for Evensong, an Anglican service of canticles and anthems.


■ Marlborough Repertory's newest production, The Motor Camp is a New Zealand comedy being staged each night at 7.30 in the Boathouse Theatre, Blenheim, until Saturday.Tickets $29.50 adults, $26.50 seniors, $22.50 students and 10 or more group bookings.

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- The Marlborough Express


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