Auckland Welsh Choir returns for its annual concert at the historic St Barnabas Anglican Church in Mt Eden. This year’s programme includes sacred music from Mozart, Elgar, Rachmaninov, Fauré and Caradog Roberts along with some sublime spiritual, jazz and a collection of Welsh favourites.
Less than one week remains until New Zealand Eco Fashion Week kicks off in Lower Hutt (9-13 June). A limited number of tickets to events are still available at ecofashionweek.nz.
There will be a few extra stars shining bright for Matariki celebrations in the coming week in Tamatea - Central Hawke’s Bay as festivities get underway.
Auckland Live is proud to announce Melbourne Ballet Company’s premiere season in New Zealand, performing their acclaimed celebration of beauty and hope, Infinite Space.
Following the stand-out success of his 2014 exhibition, the British-born Wellington- based artist is currently working on a series of light-themed works for 2015. The Max Patte Experience will include two major exhibitions, in Wellington and Auckland, taking place in September/October this year.
Quickly building a stellar reputation on the back of a series of singles introducing their ludicrously melodic, snarling guitar pop, The Bohicas release their eagerly anticipated debut album The Making Of on August 21st on Domino/ Universal Music.
Celebrations for renowned documentary photographer Ans Westra continue next week with an exhibition showcasing more than 30 years of her work.
Miramar’s internationally-recognised film industry celebrated the birth of a new generation of film makers at the inaugural Roxy5 short film awards in Wellington tonight.
Please come along to the third and final film screening in association with the exhibition Drawing Is/Not Building.
A towering 4 metre high tiki figure made from cardboard, a Wikipedia Edit-a-thon and a star party are all on offer as part of the Matariki Wellington Festival celebrations at The Dowse Art Museum in Lower Hutt.
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