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Small Halls Sessions

Small Halls is Macphail’s ode to his love affair with the rural heart of NZ, its out-of-the-way places, the architecture and essence of these centres of community pride, celebration, music and connection.

Current Events

Past Events

  • Between Wednesday 2 February 2022 and Sunday 6 February 2022
    WHEEL OF EXPERIENCE is a unique blend of music and theatre that tells the lives and legends of early New Zealand through epic original song. Watch three consummate performers walk a fine line between history and legend, humour and heart, as they paint eight stories of struggle, triumph and iniquity from another time.
    Tour Across Mutiple Hawkes Bay Venues (refer to tickets)
  • Wednesday 16 February 2022
    Having first come to the fore as the sassy and beguiling front woman for Fur Patrol at the turn of the century, the past decade has seen Julia Deans transition from iconic rock chick to glorious songbird. Her two critically acclaimed solo albums earned her a swag of nominations for coveted musical accolades the Taite Music Prize, the Silver Scroll, and the NZ Music Awards, and 2021 marks the 20th anniversary of the classic #1 song Lydia. A rare chance to see her in an intimate setting
    Maraekakaho Community Hall
  • Thursday 17 February 2022
    Having first come to the fore as the sassy and beguiling front woman for Fur Patrol at the turn of the century, the past decade has seen Julia Deans transition from iconic rock chick to glorious songbird. Her two critically acclaimed solo albums earned her a swag of nominations for coveted musical accolades the Taite Music Prize, the Silver Scroll, and the NZ Music Awards, and 2021 marks the 20th anniversary of the classic #1 song Lydia. A rare chance to see her in an intimate setting
    Argyll Community Hall
  • Friday 18 February 2022
    Having first come to the fore as the sassy and beguiling front woman for Fur Patrol at the turn of the century, the past decade has seen Julia Deans transition from iconic rock chick to glorious songbird. Her two critically acclaimed solo albums earned her a swag of nominations for coveted musical accolades the Taite Music Prize, the Silver Scroll, and the NZ Music Awards, and 2021 marks the 20th anniversary of the classic #1 song Lydia. A rare chance to see her in an intimate setting
    Onga Onga Community Hall
  • Saturday 19 February 2022
    Having first come to the fore as the sassy and beguiling front woman for Fur Patrol at the turn of the century, the past decade has seen Julia Deans transition from iconic rock chick to glorious songbird. Her two critically acclaimed solo albums earned her a swag of nominations for coveted musical accolades the Taite Music Prize, the Silver Scroll, and the NZ Music Awards, and 2021 marks the 20th anniversary of the classic #1 song Lydia. A rare chance to see her in an intimate setting
    King George Community Hall, Bayview
  • Sunday 20 February 2022
    Having first come to the fore as the sassy and beguiling front woman for Fur Patrol at the turn of the century, the past decade has seen Julia Deans transition from iconic rock chick to glorious songbird. Her two critically acclaimed solo albums earned her a swag of nominations for coveted musical accolades the Taite Music Prize, the Silver Scroll, and the NZ Music Awards, and 2021 marks the 20th anniversary of the classic #1 song Lydia. A rare chance to see her in an intimate setting
    Haumoana Community Hall
  • Between Tuesday 8 March 2022 and Saturday 12 March 2022
    Hera is an award-winning Icelandic-Kiwi singer/songwriter who has lost count of how many times she has traveled around the world with her guitar. Her self-titled album released in 2020 to critical acclaim and reached #1 on the album charts in Iceland. Hera has a long musical history, including: a Gold-selling record, high-rotation radio play, and support slots for the likes of Nick Cave, Joe Cocker, Amanda Palmer, and the Dresden Dolls. She has been named 'Best Female Artist' at the Icelandic
    Tour Across Mutiple Hawkes Bay Venues (refer to tickets)