What's On

NZ Life & Leisure Reader Event: Walk Japan Lunch

Celebrate one of the world’s most sophisticated cultures and enjoy the best of its food and wine with NZ Life & Leisure editor Kate Coughlan and travel expert Paul Christie, CEO of Walk Japan.

What's On: InMotion Matariki returns to Auckland's new winter festival, Elemental AKL

Join an illuminated all-wheels parade in Wynyard Quarter for (free!) family fun at Auckland's new winter festival – 6 July from 5:30pm.

What's On: Kids in the Kitchen — Become an Expert with Eggs

Early July is school holiday time and that means Kids in the Kitchen at Ruth Pretty’s place.  Become an Expert with Eggs takes place on Jul 18, 2019, the Garden Room at Ruth Pretty Catering.

Holden Chatham

The land before time: A road trip through the Chatham Islands

Friendly people, wild landscapes and ancient treasures are to be found exploring the remote Chatham Islands in the new Holden SUV range.

Outstanding Food Producer Winner Dinner

What's On: Outstanding NZ Food Producer Awards Dinners

Each year, we host a series of events across NZ to share a taste of the fantastic food and drinks we’ve discovered at the Outstanding NZ Food Producer Awards.


Review: Theresa Healey in The Audience

Kate Coughlan sees the Queen in a whole new light after watching the new Auckland Theatre Company production of The Audience.

NZ Opera presents: The Barber of Seville

This “riotously funny, utterly assured production” (The Australian) of Rossini’s crazy comic opera The Barber of Seville will finally make it to our shores, after receiving rave reviews in Queensland and Seattle.

The best ways to unwind in Queenstown this autumn

Queenstown in autumn is the perfect time of year to experience this beautiful region at a different pace and to indulge the senses in the colours and flavours of the season.

What's On: Gwinganna Special NZ events

Gwinganna Lifestyle Retreat invites you to two new New Zealand wellness events this autumn.

What's On: The Audience

Deep inside Buckingham Palace, Queen Elizabeth II has held an ‘audience’ – a weekly one-on-one meeting with her prime minister – since 1952. This electrifying play boldly imagines what is spoken behind closed doors.  8 – 23 May ASB Waterfront Theatre, Auckland.

What's On: Yona Lee, In Transit

New Zealand- Korean artist Yona Lee cuts and welds hundreds of metres of stainless-steel pipe to form an elaborate maze-like installation in Wellington, at the City Gallery until 24 March.

What's On: Tutus on Tour - new regional shows announced

The Royal New Zealand Ballet's Tutus on Tour is visiting eleven regional centres in 2019 from 18 March - 11 May 2019.

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.

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.

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