What's On

NZ Life & Leisure Reader Lunch with Walk Japan

Join NZ Life & Leisure editor Kate Coughlan for a lunch of sophisticated, smart and sensual food created by masters of modern Japanese cuisine.

What's On: Harcourts Hawke’s Bay Arts Festival

Forty shows span 14 days as Hawke’s Bay’s fourth arts festival, 15 to 28 October, Havelock North, Hastings and Napier.

What's On: NZ Opera's La bohème

Whether you’re an opera lover, or you’d love to see your first opera, La bohème has beauty that will captivate you. NZ Opera's new production visits Auckland and Wellington in September and October - book now.

What's On: 6 must-see events at the Taranaki Garden Festival

This year 40 private and public gardens including, for the first time, a cemetery, will wow people during the Powerco Taranaki Garden Festival which runs from October 26 to November 4. Here are six unmissable events from this year's line-up.

What's On: Tauranga International Marathon

The Tauranga International Marathon returns this year on Saturday, 22 September.

What's On: Garden Marlborough

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

What's On: Conduct Cumulus Southern Quad

A community of oversized bubbles drifting across an outdoor space at the newly refurbished Christchurch Arts Centre is the latest work installed by SCAPE Public Art, an organization delivering a raft of contemporary art projects to urban settings in the city.

What's On: Allergy Free & Healthy Living Show

The Allergy Free and Healthy Living Show is an interactive exhibition showcasing alternative methods of achieving a healthy lifestyle. Wellington 1-2 September; Christchurch 3-4 November.

What's On: Gordon Walters: New Vision

Gordon Walters: New Vision, the first comprehensive survey of the artist’s complete body of work, opens at Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki Saturday 7 July and runs until 4 November.

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.

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: 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.

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