Alice Galletly is a self-confessed beer nerd with a blog and book to back her up.
This is a quintessential Kiwi story of the accidental wine-industry trailblazer Allan Scott.
For the generation of New Zealanders who went to World War I, heading to the other side of the world was often seen as An Awfully Big Adventure.
Lovers of Irish music are in for a treat with this showcase of original folk music.
In this one-man show, Will Pickvance takes the audience on an adventure into the world of the piano.
Anzac Eve is a story about four young backpackers going to Gallipoli for the Dawn Ceremony, complete with selfies and smuggled vodka.
Prepare to feel the spirit when Ars Nova Choir lifts the lid of the Crystal Palace.
Beloved New Zealand comic Ben Hurley is ready to take on the world.
Award-winning author Catherine Chidgey’s fourth novel, The Wish Child, follows the lives of two families in Hitler’s Germany during World War II.
With all the ingredients for a sizzling show, Chef – Come Dine With Us is a deliciously funny romp on the big stage.
Prolific American songwriter Cole Porter is celebrated in this one-man show starring cabaret performer Michael Griffiths.
A miraculous world will be unearthed before your very eyes in this playful, squishy show for children.
New Zealand’s most famous scientist slips off the 100 dollar bill and into a lecture theatre nearly 80 years after his demise.
She may have been born in the gutter, but Edith Piaf rose to great heights.
Hamlet is a zombie-battling warrior, Ophelia is a robot and even video game character Mario makes an appearance.
Before MasterChef and My Kitchen Rules there was Hudson & Halls.
She's danced with Michael Flatley and now Charlotte Wright will lead you in an Irish Ceili.
Karyn Hay’s second book, The March of the Foxgloves, explores Victorian erotica.
At Christmas time there was nothing more exciting than opening a new Annual filled with stories, pictures and poems.
House gigs, pop up gigs, Laura Griffiths, Glass Boat, Taranaki ARts Festival, lounge concert, living room gig
This play will challenge your sensibilities and rock you to the core.
Flying in the face of danger and convention, Miss Jean Batten wasn’t just cool and glamorous; she was a great pilot who knew how to wield a wrench.
This Auckland Theatre Company work is edgy, urban and it’s now.
Nick Bollinger’s Goneville is an intimate look at the evolving music scene in 1970s New Zealand.
Dirty Politics author Nicky Hager will give a behind the scenes look at his latest headline-grabbing book.
Fringe festival darling Gabriela Munoz will delight audiences with this story of longing and laughter.
Fresh from the team who brought you Fly My Pretties comes Play On, a mashup of Shakespeare set to contemporary music.
Tola Newbery and Mara TK join forces for Poropiti: Prophet, a performance that features theatre, song, sound and movement.
A blazing female force in New Zealand music, Ria Hall is free-thinking, edgy and unapologetic.
Multi-award-winning artist Rob Ruha describes his music as “haka soul”.
This book is about hard yakka, living off the land and having a place to stand.
On stage, Sal Valentine and the Babyshakes never stay still, and neither will you.
This high-energy Swedish group combine music, dancing, lasers and comedy in a genre-defying show.
Starman embraces the seventies glam rock scene and captures magical moments in a crazy, intimate, and funny rock ‘n’ roll ride.
Step into the Art Deco landscape of New Zealand with professional artist and writer Terry Moyle.
Kate Sheppard steps off our $10 note and into a punk rock musical that is loud, proud and in your face.
Take the chance to step out, or even jump, to see Ross McCormack’s Matter and Lina Limosani’s Whispers from Pandora’s Box.
Embracing the sounds of the 1960s and 1970s, Taranaki band The Blistered Fingers will serve up a sizzling show.
It will be a rollercoaster ride of sound when The Great Taranaki Steam Band swings into the Crystal Palace.
Made with cardboard, piles of packing tape and people power, a tower will rise and rise, in central New Plymouth.
Sure to put a smile on your face, The Slacks will play original tunes, including their uplifting single Big Aroha.
In this charming show about death, beauty and what lies Underneath is a multi award-winning ghost story.
This slick show stars stunning performers, a kaleidoscope of costume changes, hula-hoops, lycra and shining glitter balls.
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