Owls Do Cry, considered as the first great New Zealand novel, is coming to life on stag for the first time with the premier theatre adaptation by the Red Leap Theatre company.
Stuck for ideas on how to spend this Labour Weekend? Here is our top list of things to do.
An immersive four-day festival at Auckland's Silo Park featuring a world-class collective of local, national, and international artists, scholars, and cultural practitioners.
The Auckland Heritage Festival celebrates diverse cultures and communities who have shaped Auckland through the years.
Dress up in your most frightening costumes and head to the Stamford Plaza Auckland for this spooky Halloween high tea!
Ny, Ru and Rika find themselves caught in a current of family history as incomplete truths become whole, and the ties that bind their whānau are tested. A weekend of pitching tents riverside, sharing snacks and ghost stories, becomes embroiled...
"They’ve taken our land, kidnapped our young, slaughtered our kind and sold the remains...” Deep in the rural south of New Zealand the animals of James Cook farm have had enough of their colonisers.
Free live gypsy jazz quartet in an intimate cocktail setting at the Caretaker.
Dans le Noir? (French for 'Dining in the Dark') at Rydges Auckland is an unforgettable culinary, social and human experience in the heart of the city.
Live Nation presents Urzila Carlson returns with her sold-out show ‘Loser’ from her 2018 national tour.
The Home of Live Comedy is celebrating spring and new comedy.
Get out and support your team for the upcoming Rugby World Cup by heading down into the city to one of these great venues.
Come to the city's edge on Labour Weekend and be part of our maritime history at Tuia 250 ki Tāmaki Makaurau.