What's on

Last updated 08:10 16/03/2012

Relevant offers

Entertainment

Art on show Schools turn out polished Shakespeare productions Quiz: Rabbits Len Lye centre takes shape in structural work of art Clip of the week: Goldfish salvation Swamp Thing back at Butlers Ready to rumble A new patch for popular Purple Paddocks Circus combines comedy and acrobatics Director leaves thriving gallery

TODAY

Vibrant international bands and artists will liven up the TSB Bowl of Brooklands as Womad 2012 kicks off today. The schedule runs from 6pm- 11pm and from noon-11pm tomorrow and Sunday. This is not just a music festival - as well as 30 hours of music on seven stages, Womad features artists in conversation, Taste the World hosted by Masterchef runner-up Jax, artist workshops, a global village, and a Kidzone.

International pianist Roman Rudnytsky is playing at the Percy Thomson Gallery in Stratford. Rudnytsky has performed in about 95 countries and he often plays in places away from the musical mainstream. Tickets $15.

New Zealand comedy Understanding Women will be performed at the New Plymouth Repertory Theatre today and tomorrow at 8pm. Labelled as a comedy for both sexes, this show is sure to entertain. Tickets $18.

TOMORROW

It's time for Taranaki country music fans to kick up their heels as the iconic 80s TV show That's Country rolls into town. The 2011 Country Music Legend winner Dennis Marsh also plays in the show, which starts at 7.30pm at the TSB Showplace.

The New Plymouth Rodders Club is having a "show 'n' shine" car display at Puke Ariki today. The cars will be on show from 11pm-3pm, weather permitting. Everyone welcome!

Head along and enjoy the large variety of arts and crafts in a pretty corner of Taumata Park, Eltham, from 10am-2pm. If wet, it will be held on Sunday.

SUNDAY

Taranaki Triathlon Club holds its club champs and the last triathlon of the season at Ngamotu Beach, starting at 8am. Entries will be taken up to 7.45am. There are long and short courses for both the triathlon and duathlon events. Full details and course maps on tri-taranaki.co.nz.

Ride the rails with the Waitara Railway Preservation Society. Excursions leave from near Waitara New World at 11am, 1pm and 2.15pm, and take about 45 minutes, with a stop at Waitara Road Station for a hot drink. Ticket sales at office on the rails before departure. Adults $12, children $6, under-5s free, family passes (two adults, two children) $30.

For inclusion in this column, please email your events to hannah.fleming@dailynews.co.nz with What's On in the subject line. Please make sure you tell us what, where and when your event is, and include a contact phone number (which won't be published). Reliance on council websites and the like has led to errors and we are looking to deal directly with event organisers. Please note information must be emailed and be received no later than 5.30pm Wednesday.

Ad Feedback

- © Fairfax NZ News

Special offers
Opinion poll

Do you think state schools should conduct religious instruction for primary-aged children?

Yes, it's important they learn christian values.

No, it's not appropriate in our secular schooling.

Don't care either way.

Vote Result

Featured Promotions

Sponsored Content