Monthly Archives: August 2016

Dan Bolton Jazz Night

Dan Bolton Direct from New York City

Friday 19th August – Buy your tickets online via the link below

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For tickets follow this link

http://www.undertheradar.co.nz/ticket/5742/The-Dan-Bolton-Quartet-New-York-Stories-Tour.utr

Where the new meets the old, New York City based musician, Dan Bolton is a singer/songwriter/pianist with a unique sound. His songs are 21st Century standards, incorporating elements of jazz, pop and Latin American styles. His music is reminiscent of George Gershwin, Cole Porter and Irving Berlin but with a modern twist.

Dan has recently recorded 3 albums, The New York Sessions, Volumes 1,2 and 3 which he will be featuring in the show.

As part of his New Zealand tour, Dan will be performing at Centre Stage on Friday night, August 19th with New York based drummer, Mark Lockett, Kiwi jazz legend Roger Manins on sax and bassist, Johnny Lawrence (Electric Slide Hustle).

The show starts at 8pm. Tickets are $25 pre-purchased from Under The Radar online or door. sales 

You can check out Dan’s music on the following links:

www.danbolton.net (view on safari or firefox)

www.cdbaby.com/Artist/DanBolton 

www.youtube.com/channel/UC4xtFOXvRORqRRcNnPyuuPw

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WTV5zj4Nn7c 

You can buy his CD's via this link

http://www.cdbaby.com/m/Artist/DanBolton

Bare by Toa Fraser

Bare by Toa Fraser

Fresh from graduating a performing arts degree, Taupo native Taylor Griffin returns at the head of his own theatre company Simple Truth Theatre, bringing Toa Frasers award winning BARE to Centrestage for a one night only performance as part of their North Island Tour.

In 1998 Toa Frasers Bare made an impact on the arts scene within New Zealand. It’s a classic kiwi comedy with a hilarious matrix of urban poetry and streetwise lip. 2 Actors – 24 characters rap and riff on body image, films, takeaway food, graffiti and English literature. This contemporary classic has earned its place as an Icon of New Zealand theatre and is even being taught around the country as part of the Drama and English curriculum. It’s a piece involving several different monologues with a wide variety of voices, caricatures, themes and relationships. The two actors take us on a journey through a range of personalities from late 90’s NZ. Gym babes, Skater chicks, Burger King Employees and Shakespeare. Let us take you on a trip down memory lane and experience clashing cultures in this classic New Zealand work.

Centre Stage membership discount applies

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