What's On

What's On: Garden Marlborough

This year New Zealand’s premier garden event Garden Marlborough runs from 8-11 November 2018.

What's On: Songs for Nobodies

From the team who brought Circa audiences A Doris Day Special, Legendary Divas and Bombshells, comes this critically-acclaimed, one woman play starring Ali Harper.7 July to 4 August, Circa Theatre Wellington

What's On: The NZ International Science Festival

Dunedin is party central for the curiosities of science as the city rolls out a cache of cutting-edge local and international researchers, engineers, scientists, thinkers and presenters – and an agenda of 150 events which run from 6 to 15 July.

Outstanding New Zealand products every foodie should know about

NZ Life & Leisure is very proud to celebrate people who create beautiful food. Here's a list of some fantastic New Zealand artisan food producers you should be adding to your shopping cart.

What's On: Face Time – Portraits from the Aratoi Collection 

From Colin McCahon’s charcoal-on-paper portrait (1942-43) of his wife, the artist Anne McCahon to contemporary etching by Wairarapa artist Stephen Allwood this exhibition of 40 portraits sourced from the Aratoi Collection runs until 12 August.

What’s On: Escape to paradise at Millbrook Resort, Queenstown

The perfect location for a weekend of wellness and indulgent five-star luxury is within a stone’s throw of New Zealand’s best ski fields.

Lisa Scott wings butterfly yoga

Social butterfly Lisa Scott is bent out of shape and all in a flutter doing hot yoga in the butterfly enclosure at the Otago Museum.

What's On: Dancing with Mozart

Great music inspires great dance, as the Royal New Zealand Ballet presents an eclectic programme of four works – classical and contemporary – inspired by the music of Mozart.  From 31 May – 6 July, at venues around New Zealand.

What's On: The Language of Things- Meaning and Value in Contemporary Jewellery

Contemporary jewellery from Aotearoa and around the globe is centre stage in an exhibition which seeks to explore the emotional value of jewellery.  To 24 June, The Dowse Art Museum, Lower Hutt.

What’s On: Mary Horn- Works revisited

A retrospective of 20 years’ artistic practice by North Otago artist and Dominican nun Mary Horn reveals two decades of painting fueled by her deeply held religious faith. to 3 December, Forrester Gallery, Oamaru.

NZ’s top chefs compete in Restaurant Awards

New Zealanders have a chance to sample more than 60 original dishes on menus across the country during the judging period for the Silver Fern Farms Restaurant of the Year Awards.

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