Monthly Archives: October 2018

Máire Ní Chathasaigh and Chris Newman

“Blinding technique, sizzling Irish reels and hot jazz improvisation…”

Roseneath School Hall, Maida Vale Road,  Tuesday 6 November, 8 pm

Admission $25.00 (members $20.00). Note: no EFTPOS facilities

“Virtuosic, fascinating, dramatic, original, inspired, gloriously adventurous, dazzling, brilliant, stunning, impassioned, electrifying, bewitching, moving, achingly beautiful, influential, revered, unique…” – THE TIMES, THE DAILY TELEGRAPH, THE GUARDIAN, THE IRISH TIMES, THE SCOTSMAN, fROOTS…

We could say so much more; accolades abound; but suffice to say, best get there early to get a seat – they’ve packed out much bigger venues on previous visits to New Zealand.

See the website or Facebook page for more.

House Concert: Richard Grainger at Pukerua Bay

English trad and original songs – be prepared to sing along, you won’t be able to help it!

Kilpatricks’ home, 9 Donlin Road, Pukerua Bay, Tuesday 2 October, 8 pm

Entry: $10

 

Richard Grainger is a prolific and widely respected songwriter and musician who has been performing on the British Folk Scene since the 1980s. He has fourteen albums and several musical plays to his name and many of his songs have become well known on the British folk circuit. As a contemporary songwriter, Richard still has a strong feel for traditional song, his songs reflecting the lives and times of the people from North-East England.

Contact: Murray and Julie Kilpatrick, phone (04) 239 9951