Picks of the week

Wakatipu artists (from left) Karyn Hitchman, Sue Wademan and Samantha Collyer display their latest works in the Cloakroom Gallery until February 19. Photo supplied.
Wakatipu artists (from left) Karyn Hitchman, Sue Wademan and Samantha Collyer display their latest works in the Cloakroom Gallery until February 19. Photo supplied.
Today
11am:
Queenstown Art Society members Samantha Collyer, with collaged papers, Karyn Hitchman, with paintings, and Sue Wademan, with textiles, created 60 original interpretations of Wakatipu and New Zealand landscapes for their new exhibition ''Postcards of Aotearoa'', now on in the Cloakroom Gallery, on the corner of Stanley and Ballarat Sts. The gallery is open 11am-4pm, except Sundays, and the exhibition runs until February 19.

6pm and 8pm: Remarkable Theatre talents don costumes to perform Twisted Tales, a series of entertaining scenes, songs and poems of popular myths, but with surprises in store, in the Queenstown Gardens. The company's latest promenade theatre production begins near the band rotunda and tours the gardens by guide. The show continues both tomorrow and Sunday at 2pm, 4pm and 6pm. Entry by gold coin donation. Parental guidance recommended.

8pm: Mark Wilson plays the piano and Pat Monaghan the violin and double bass for the Friday Jazz Club in Les Alpes. Free.

Remarkable Theatre actors Mike Legge (left) and Chris Parvin as the ugly sisters reveal all about Cinderella in Twisted Tales. Photo by James Beech.
Remarkable Theatre actors Mike Legge (left) and Chris Parvin as the ugly sisters reveal all about Cinderella in Twisted Tales. Photo by James Beech.
9.30pm: Summerdaze Festival presents the action movie Top Gun (1986) starring Tom Cruise at the Tom Tom Outdoor Cinema in the Remarkables Red Barn, Frankton. Entrance is by gold coin donation with all funds raised going to Remarkables Primary School. Food and drink stalls available on site; people are welcome to bring a picnic. People should bring chairs, bean bags and rugs to sit on and dress warmly. Gates open 9pm.

Tomorrow
5pm:
Queenstown collective Pass the Sauce brings summer musical vibes to the World Bar. Free.

9.30pm: Dark Kiwi comedy drama Two Little Boys (2012), starring Bret McKenzie and Hamish Blake, screens at the Tom Tom Outdoor Cinema in the Remarkables Red Barn. Same details as Friday apply.

Sunday
4pm:
Timaru singer-songwriter Erin performs her acoustic soulful-folk style in Monty's Bar as part of her national tour to promote debut album Rhythm and Soul. Free.