The inaugural Te Ahi Kōmau - Food, Fire, Festival set South Auckland alight over two-nights with soulful waiata and smokey and juicy indigenous kai bringing traditional Māori and Polynesian culture to the forefront at Papatūānuku Kōkiri Marae.
Landmarks across the region will be bathed in light in celebration of Auckland Diwali Festival.
Test your knowledge on Chinese geography, history, culture and language.
Music theatre star Rutene Spooner returns to Cabaret Season.
This display features traditional Oriental paintings, modern art and wood craft.
Indian Ink’s newest play features contemporary New Zealand hits and a fresh take on classic tunes.
Exhibition in conversation through the use of sound, craft-based practice and hue carving.
An exhibition about Māori fairy folk, patupaiarehe (supernatural beings).
The story of Māori, Pasifika and European navigation towards Aotearoa through the eyes of a young girl, Moko.