What's On

What's On: Astroman at Q Theatre, Auckland

A throwback to the decade of spacies, Poi E and Michael Jackson, award-winning Māori playwright Albert Belz's retro Kiwi comedy, Astroman oozes sweet sweet '80s nostalgia.

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.

Learn to make a flax shopping bag

The answer to carrying your groceries is to make a sustainable, reusable one out of a time-honoured, traditional material. Learn to make a large shopping bags from a Golden Bay-based flax artist this April.

 

What's On: New Networks — Contemporary Chinese Art

New Networks showcases 16 contemporary Chinese artists whose work reflects a period of significant change in the republic’s art movement. Until 28 April, Dunedin Public Art Gallery.

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: Tom Scott’s Ma & Da season presented by Giltrap Audi

Tom Scott, co-writer of Footrot Flats, wrote Joan about his Ma, an essential companion piece to The Daylight Atheist about his Da.   7- 23 February ASB Waterfront Theatre, Auckland.

What's On: Elizabeth Lissaman Studio Potter

24 November to 3 February, Objectspace, Auckland.

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.

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.

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