14 Sep - 20 Sep
A Maōri language only space at Auckland War Memorial Museum.
16 Sep - 20 Sep
Seated on the stage, audiences will get to experience a wild night of storytelling and song.
A discussion on what's the one goal the new Government should achieve in the next three years to make NZ even better.
A free exhibition, showcasing the artwork of Rachel Rush and her alter ego RUSH.
Mozart's Piano Concerto No.23 and Bruckner's Symphony No.9.
21 Sep - 25 Sep
Join thousands of people in Aotearoa this September for World Green Building Week.
26 Jun - 25 Sep
Tune in to Going West Festival's Voices of Aotearoa podcast series.
Come on down for some kids creations and second-hand goods.
A talk with Jenny Sew Hoy Agnew and Trevor Agnew, authors of Merchant, Miner, Madarin: The life and times of the remarkable Choie Sew Hoy.
A guided tour through St Andrew's Church with its intriguing connection to the Kerr Taylors of Alberton.
22 Sep - 26 Sep
Prepare to encounter the strange and the wonderful in a variety show supreme!
A misty labyrinth with glowing stars to guide you through.
This annual festival invites ethnic communities together to celebrate peace and harmony.
Volcanologists, seismologists and engineers from The University of Auckland do some fun volcano- and earthquake-related experiments.
This presentation brings the stories and voices of 12 Pacific mothers to the fore.
31 Aug - 30 Sep
Look no further if you're planning a fantastic dining experience.
28 Sep - 01 Oct
Your child can learn to be safer in and around water during the upcoming school holidays.
29 Sep - 03 Oct
Nick Gibb brings a return season of his 2019 NZ Comedy Fest show to Basement Theatre.
29 Sep - 03 Oct
An extravaganza of vibrant and authentic Pasifika performances.
05 Sep - 04 Oct
Tells the story of the 1000 most studied people in the world and what we have learned from their lives so far.