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What's on

What's on

Running a marathon, dancing to your favourite music or indulging in street food. Our unique natural environment provides the perfect playground for any event you can imagine. Tauranga features sporting competitions such as Tauranga International Marathon and the AIMS Games, music and arts festivals like the Tauranga Arts Festival and Bay of Plenty Garden & Arts Festival, concerts, cultural and community events, such as Winter Nights Winter Lights, and many more all year-round.

Top picks

Ask our friendly staff at reception for their favourite event happening while you’re here or check out our top tips for your holiday.

Tauranga Armageddon 2018

Tauranga Armageddon 2018

26 May to 27 May

#BAYOFGEDDON is back!

Escape 2018!

Escape 2018!

01 Jun to 04 Jun

Escape 2018! is a little festival with big ideas bringing the community together and the city alive during Queen’s Birthday Weekend, June 1-4.

He Kura E Huna Ana

He Kura E Huna Ana

19 Jun to 20 Jun

e reo Maori play He Kura E Huna Ana is drawn from the legendary creation story of greenstone in Aotearoa.

Upcoming events

All year round Tauranga hosts a wide range of events, including concerts, sporting matches, live theatre and music, exhibitions, festivals and community events. Find out what’s happening when you’re here.

Oropi Sunday Market

Oropi Sunday Market

25 Mar to 27 May

A ‘boutique’ market featuring local Chef Kendall Grant

Arts on tour NZ

Arts on tour NZ

31 Mar to 23 Nov

Baycourt Presents is bringing seven Arts On Tour NZ

Lion's Historic Village Market

Lion

02 Apr to 21 Oct

This community market is a great morning out for the whole family!

Blue Heaven

Blue Heaven

20 May to 27 May

A 2 day workshop in which you will learn and share Liz's passion for the ancient art of Indigo dyeing and shibori.

Tauranga Armageddon 2018

Tauranga Armageddon 2018

26 May to 27 May

#BAYOFGEDDON is back!

Maungatapu Underpass Community Day

Maungatapu Underpass Community Day

27 May

Walk or cycle through the Maungatapu Underpass before it opens to traffic.

The Ten Tenors - wish you were here

The Ten Tenors - wish you were here

28 May to 30 May

The TEN Tenors are undoubtedly one of Australia’s greatest entertainment success stories, with more than 90 million people worldwide witnessing their unmistakable charm, camaraderie and vocal power.

Waste Free Parenting Workshop

Waste Free Parenting Workshop

30 May

This is a humorous, entertaining and inspirational event full of tips and ideas around ways you can minimise waste in your home especially with young children in the house.

The Jazz Gala 2018

The Jazz Gala 2018

31 May

Direct from the USA, Robben Ford and Lydia Pense join the Rodger Fox Big Band for an evening of Jazz, Blues and Rock music. Joined by special guests and Califorrnia State University, Northridge Big Band musical directior, Matt Harris.

Food Lovers Master Class

Food Lovers Master Class

31 May

At this educational masterclass, not only will you receive $100 worth of goodies from your local council, you will get lots of exciting and inspirational advice around ways you can reduce your food waste.

Escape 2018!

Escape 2018!

01 Jun to 04 Jun

Escape 2018! is a little festival with big ideas bringing the community together and the city alive during Queen’s Birthday Weekend, June 1-4.

Escape - The New Zealand Project

Escape - The New Zealand Project

01 Jun

Max Harris book The New Zealand Project aims to ignite discussion about how this country might move into a positive future. Max invites disagreement and in his book challenges people to come up with their own New Zealand Project.

Escape - Te Araroa

Escape - Te Araroa

01 Jun

Lace up your walking shoes and join Geoff Chapple, journalist and founder of Te Araroa Walkway of NZ, for the illustrated story of how the 3000km route came into being.

Distortion - A Night of Underground Music

Distortion - A Night of Underground Music

01 Jun

Distortion - Spring Edition: Part 1/4

Project Youth Hip Hop Dance Competition 2018

Project Youth Hip Hop Dance Competition 2018

02 Jun to 03 Jun

In its 9th year, Project now caters to youth from all over New Zealand over two days.

Escape - Stroppy Women

Escape - Stroppy Women

02 Jun

Leading New Zealand women Sue Bradford, Mary Dillon, and Paula Morris talk to Michele A’Court about what gets their goat. All the women have lived at least a part of their life in the public eye and will discuss the difficulties of doing so.

Escape - Drawn Out

Escape - Drawn Out

02 Jun

Columnist, cartoonist, playwright, screenwriter, life member of Parliament’s Press Gallery and ONZM Tom Scott talks to Guyon Espiner about his life so far.

Escape - On the Barricades

Escape - On the Barricades

02 Jun

Activist, former Green MP and mother of five Sue Bradford talks to Geoff Chapple about her life and why protest matters.

Escape - Land of Opportunity

Escape - Land of Opportunity

02 Jun

Who do we want to be as people and as a nation, what are the hurdles we have to overcome to achieve a better, fairer country and how do we clear them – and is there even only one kind of New Zealand and one kind of New Zealander?

Escape - My Best Dead Friend

Escape - My Best Dead Friend

02 Jun to 03 Jun

A joyful comedy from a heavy heart. My Best Dead Friend is a one-woman show based on real life events which follows Anya and her four best friends - a group of rebel geeks recently emancipated from the torturous shackles of high school.

Escape - The Complete Kai

Escape - The Complete Kai

02 Jun

Meet Monique Fiso – the dynamic young New Zealand-born chef with Michelin-star experience who is championing sophisticated food using Maori cooking techniques and native ingredients. She talks to Allyson Gofton.

Escape - Beyond the Visual

Escape - Beyond the Visual

02 Jun

Join award-winning novelist and non-fiction writer Laurence Fearnley for a 3-hour workshop to explore ways in which sight, sound, touch, smell and taste can add richness and detail to your work.

Linda Munn Uku Clay Workshop

Linda Munn Uku Clay Workshop

02 Jun

Join our uku clay workshop where you will use pinch pot, coil and slab techniques to create small pots, sculptures and vessels with raku clay.

Escape - How to Draw Funny

Escape - How to Draw Funny

03 Jun

Tom Scott shares more than 40 years’ experience in this cartooning-focused workshop.

Escape - Things That Matter

Escape - Things That Matter

03 Jun

Emma Espiner talks to Glenn Colquhoun and David Galler, who helped create an online space for medical professionals to share their experiences, about the language of caring and how working with people constantly surprises them.

Escape - Oral Poetry & Totems

Escape - Oral Poetry & Totems

03 Jun

Using foot-high totems of New Zealand historical figures, best-selling poet Glenn Colquhoun explores Maori and Pakeha oral poetic forms, inspired by the likes of Robbie Burns and Te Rauparaha.

Escape - Scents of a Landscape

Escape - Scents of a Landscape

03 Jun

Award-winning novelist Laurence Fearnley and Harold Jones, poet and co-founder of Queenstown Natural Perfumiers, talk to Geoff Chapple about using New Zealand’s landscapes as inspiration in the act of creating.

Escape - How we met

Escape - How we met

03 Jun

Realising all conversations with couples lead to ‘how did you meet’, comedian and author Michele A’Court has collected relationship stories. With Paula Morris, she will discuss the roles neuroscience and psychology has in relationships.

Escape - Creative Sparks

Escape - Creative Sparks

03 Jun

Assisted by Tauranga Museum staff, our five panellists each chose an object from the Tauranga Museum collection to ‘talk to’, a conversation that sparked the work you’re about to experience.

Mt Runners Half Marathon

Mt Runners Half Marathon

03 Jun

Queen's Birthday Weekend, Sunday 3rd June. Run or walk the 21km, 10km or 5km course while enjoying the stunning backdrop of the Mount beaches and the Mauao base track.

Escape - La Belle Vie

Escape - La Belle Vie

04 Jun

Enjoy a French-theme morning tea with Allyson Gofton, who’s twice “stepped off the wheel for a year” and taken her family to a village in a remote part of France where they immersed themselves in French daily life and seasonal traditions.

Escape - Comedy Central

Escape - Comedy Central

04 Jun

Comedy theory, writing, performance and feedback with stand-up veteran and 2010 New Zealand Comedy Guild Female Comedian of the Decade Michele A’Court.

Chris Hainsworth on the Mighty Wurly

Chris Hainsworth on the Mighty Wurly

06 Jun

“One of New Zealand's most entertaining classical organists", Chris tours New Zealand regularly with enjoyable, informative and thought-provoking performances. Presented by: Baycourt Presents.

2018 Ladies Charity Luncheon

2018 Ladies Charity Luncheon

08 Jun

Back by popular demand the 2018 Ladies Charity Luncheon. Developed from years of experience in running similar events, this event is be the 'Must-attend' women's event in the Bay each year.

Exhibition: E ai ki a Walter: According to Walter

Exhibition: E ai ki a Walter: According to Walter

08 Jun to 01 Jul

"E ai ki ā Walter: According to Walter" photographic exhibition by local kaumatua Walter Dickson tells the story of his beloved community Matapihi, he calls the window to Tauranga Moana.

Parewhati Taikato and Jannine Campbell - Harakeke series

Parewhati Taikato and Jannine Campbell - Harakeke series

09 Jun

This workshop will cover flax harvesting, collection, preparation, dyeing and weaving

Matariki ki Mauao 2018: Waiti, Waita, Waipuna Ora

Matariki ki Mauao 2018: Waiti, Waita, Waipuna Ora

11 Jun to 15 Jun

Matariki ki Mauao 2018 is back this year with more workshops and activities to share knowledge around Matariki.

Mana Rangatahi Workshop

Mana Rangatahi Workshop

12 Jun

Struggling to get direction and to be focused? This workshop has been crafted to help you get clarity of what you want in life.

FreshMoves 2018 - "Because"

FreshMoves 2018 - "Because"

12 Jun to 13 Jun

BOP Dance presents “BECAUSE” the 2018 FreshMoves Dance Festival. A celebration of original dance created by Bay of Plenty primary school children to communicate their interpretation of this year’s theme BECAUSE.

Matariki Lecture Series: Mauri the Miracle

Matariki Lecture Series: Mauri the Miracle

13 Jun

I think I am a grown up now. I stopped trying to be ‘cool’ a long time ago. My physical body, with its lack of balance and awkward movement, continues to remind me how much I have to share...

He Wai

He Wai

14 Jun

A Variety Concert

Te Whare Tangata – The female essence

Te Whare Tangata – The female essence

15 Jun to 03 Jul

A group show of works exploring notions of the female essence Te Whare Tangata– curated by Parewhati Taikato

Mauri Oho by Gavin Smith - Hei-Tuakiri

Mauri Oho by Gavin Smith - Hei-Tuakiri

15 Jun to 28 Jun

This exhibition is Gavin Smith's interpretation of the significance of manu within Te Ao Māori (the Māori world).

Parewhati Taikato and Jannine Campbell - Harakeke series

Parewhati Taikato and Jannine Campbell - Harakeke series

16 Jun

This workshop will cover flax harvesting, collection, preparation, dyeing and weaving

Whare Thompson Carving demos

Whare Thompson Carving demos

17 Jun

Exciting carving demos by the esteemed carver Whare Thompson from his workshop at the Historic Village.

Introduction to Bone Carving with Hei-Tuakiri - full day workhlop

Introduction to Bone Carving with Hei-Tuakiri - full day workhlop

17 Jun

Learn about cultural origins of whakairo (carving) and common bone carving designs.

He Kura E Huna Ana

He Kura E Huna Ana

19 Jun to 20 Jun

e reo Maori play He Kura E Huna Ana is drawn from the legendary creation story of greenstone in Aotearoa.

Te Reo Wainene o Tua - The Sweet Story of Yester-year

Te Reo Wainene o Tua - The Sweet Story of Yester-year

19 Jun

A te reo Māori storytelling Kaupapa, revitalising pūrākau, reviving oral traditions, normalizing te reo!

Matariki Lecture Series: Puawai Cairns

Matariki Lecture Series: Puawai Cairns

20 Jun

Puawai Cairns, Head of Mātauranga Māori / Head of Māori Collection at Te Papa will be sharing some of the stories she has encountered on multiple projects and exhibitions that have explored the multiple facets of the mauri concept.

Greerton Toddler Time with Aroha

Greerton Toddler Time with Aroha

20 Jun

Come and join us at the Mount Library for a fun filled half hour of Matariki themed stories, waiata and activities with Aroha.

Blithe Spirit

Blithe Spirit

20 Jun to 07 Jul

The hilarious comedy by the brilliant Noel Coward.

Battle of Te Ranga Dawn Service

Battle of Te Ranga Dawn Service

21 Jun

Come and join us at 7am for a dawn service to commemorate this event which took part two months after the Battle of Gate Pa at Pukehinahina.

Mount Toddler Time with Aroha

Mount Toddler Time with Aroha

21 Jun

Come and join us at the Mount Library for a fun filled half hour of Matariki themed stories, waiata and activities with Aroha.

Jekyll & Hyde

Jekyll & Hyde

22 Jun to 23 Jun

Five hilarious performers tell the terrifying (yet sexy) tale of Jekyll & Hyde. Thrilling, charming, shockingly good comedy, we’ll make you laugh until it hurts.

Matariki Allstars 2018

Matariki Allstars 2018

22 Jun

Aotearoa’s premiere music event celebrating the uniqueness of Matariki in recognition of our established and emerging Maori & Pasifika Artists.

Operatunity Presents: Shake, Rattle & Roll

Operatunity Presents: Shake, Rattle & Roll

22 Jun

The 50’s and 60’s introduced a liberating new beat, a more enveloping style of music, a greater zest for life and a more contagious invitation to dance than ever before.

Bay of Plenty Pet & Animal Expo

Bay of Plenty Pet & Animal Expo

23 Jun to 24 Jun

At last, the organisers of the Auckland Pet & Animal Expo are bringing the event to Mt Maunganui and the Bay of Plenty for 2017!

3 Pigs

3 Pigs

23 Jun to 24 Jun

“3 Pigs” is a super fun story! Lots of awesome dancing – jazz, ballet, tap – Just to name a few styles! Something for everyone! Not to be missed!

Kiwifruit Cup Day & Mid-Winter Christmas Party at the Races

Kiwifruit Cup Day & Mid-Winter Christmas Party at the Races

23 Jun

A full day of thoroughbred racing, featuring the Orora Kiwi Packaging Kiwifruit Cup and Listed Woburn Farm Tauranga Classic.

Jo'el Komene - Roreka workshop - Taonga pūoro

Jo

23 Jun

Traditional Maori musical instruments, information, demonstration and making instruments.

Cultural connections

Cultural connections

25 Jun to 26 Jun

Join us for a two programme to learn about our history, local iwi and hapu, and the cultural richness of our land.

Mana Wahine - Artist Panel Discussion

Mana Wahine - Artist Panel Discussion

25 Jun

Come and join us at this panel discussion looking at mana wahine (feminine power) and its various constructions and applications within contemporary art.

Matariki Lecture Series: Getting to know the Natives

Matariki Lecture Series: Getting to know the Natives

26 Jun

This workshop is designed to introduce you to some native plants and the people who use them. Learn traditional Rongoā Māori philosophies and practices and make your own Rongoā balm to take home with you.

Tauranga Toddler Time with Sharon Holt

Tauranga Toddler Time with Sharon Holt

26 Jun

Sharon and Alan Holt bring their Te Reo Singalong books to life in an energetic and interactive show for Matariki.

Pō Pūrākau ki Tutara Wānanga

Pō Pūrākau ki Tutara Wānanga

26 Jun

Dress in your PJ's and join us for a magical Matariki storytelling night at Greerton Library!

Papamoa Toddler Time with Sharon Holt

Papamoa Toddler Time with Sharon Holt

27 Jun

Sharon and Alan Holt bring their Te Reo Singalong books to life in an energetic and interactive show for Matariki.

Matariki Lecture Series: Getting to know the Natives

Matariki Lecture Series: Getting to know the Natives

27 Jun

This workshop is designed to introduce you to some native plants and the people who use them. Learn traditional Rongoā Māori philosophies and practices and make your own Rongoā balm to take home with you.

Introduction to Bone Carving with Hei-Tuakiri - half day workshop

Introduction to Bone Carving with Hei-Tuakiri - half day workshop

27 Jun

Introduction and appreciation for the art of Maori Bone Craving.

Ko Mauao te Maunga: Legend of Mauao (Book Launch)

Ko Mauao te Maunga: Legend of Mauao (Book Launch)

28 Jun

Join us to celebrate the launch of Debbie McCauley’s new book, Ko Mauao te Maunga: Legend of Mauao.

Mozart & Beethoven

Mozart & Beethoven

28 Jun

The NZSO presents Mozart’s captivating Bassoon Concerto, Beethoven’s joyous Symphony No. 8., Gareth Farr’s He iwi tahi tatou and Jimmy Lopez’s Fiesta!. Concert features conductor Miguuel Harth-Bedoya and NZSO Section Principal Bassoon Robert Weeks.

The Maori Sidesteps

The Maori Sidesteps

29 Jun

The Maori Sidesteps are a contemporary Maori showband, putting their own political spin on well-known songs and entertaining crowds with soulful harmonies and off the cuff comedy. Presented by: Baycourt Presents.

Ignite the Crown

Ignite the Crown

29 Jun

The Palace Dance Studio presents the Royal Family, "Ignite the Crown"

Papamoa Hills Night Walk

Papamoa Hills Night Walk

29 Jun to 30 Jun

An opportunity to walk in the Papamoa Hills under the full moon.

The Seriously Good Food Show

The Seriously Good Food Show

30 Jun to 01 Jul

It's going to be the tastiest weekend in the Bay of Plenty, so get your forks ready.

Whare Thompson Carving demos

Whare Thompson Carving demos

01 Jul

Carving demos by the esteemed carver Whare Thompson - out of his workshop at the Historic Village

Introduction to Bone Carving with Hei-Tuakiri - Demonstration

Introduction to Bone Carving with Hei-Tuakiri - Demonstration

01 Jul

Learn about cultural origins of whakairo and common bone carving designs. Free bite sized workshop and demonstration in bone carving

Matariki Kite Day

Matariki Kite Day

01 Jul

Matariki kites will take to the sky on Sunday, 1 July.

Aroha Atu an exhibition by Donna Dinsdale

Aroha Atu an exhibition by Donna Dinsdale

06 Jul

Based around the woollen blanket as an iconic link between cultures in Aotearoa, the series of garments presented will communicate symbolism drawn from Aotearoa’s rich heritage.

AOTNZ - Seed

AOTNZ - Seed

07 Jul

Winner of the 2014 Adam New Zealand Play Award, Seed by Elisabeth Easther follows four women as they try to get pregnant, stay pregnant or become un-pregnant - the dilemmas of modern reproduction.

Winter Nights Winter Lights

Winter Nights Winter Lights

13 Jul to 16 Jul

Watch Tauranga’s heart of the city come to light at the free, all-ages event, presented by Tauranga City Council, showcasing a spectrum of interactive light installations, live entertainment, food and more.

Simon Trpceski plays Grieg

Simon Trpceski plays Grieg

20 Jul

This NZSO concert sees the return of two great artists who individually had a big impact on audiences when they were last here in 2015 – Spanish conductor Jaime Martín and Macedonian pianist Simon Trpceski. Features works by Shostakovich and Grieg.

Classic Jazz Standards of a Bygone Era

Classic Jazz Standards of a Bygone Era

27 Jul

Join Baycourt for a night of beautiful Classic Jazz standards from The Great American Songbook as popular jazz vocalist Ruby Page and Scott Harrison on the Mighty Whirly visits the Baycourt Theatre for the first time.

Tauranga Coffee Festival

Tauranga Coffee Festival

28 Jul

Coffee is one of the most popular drinks in the world and it’s association with the cafe culture here in New Zealand has provided an industry within itself.

Jimi Jackson - Mama we made it

Jimi Jackson - Mama we made it

03 Aug

Jackson’s new show ‘Mama We Made It’ sees Jimi explore his childhood, weave musical interludes with his classic Kiwi humour, and a good dose of his trademark audience interaction. The show also features an opening set from DJ Sir-Vere.

AOTNZ - No Holds Bard

AOTNZ - No Holds Bard

05 Aug

An outrageous and at times profound view into one actor's attempt at self destruction.

The Bootleg Beach Boys

The Bootleg Beach Boys

08 Aug

A fully costumed show taking you right from the very beginning of The Beach Boys.

Beethoven & Brahms

Beethoven & Brahms

09 Aug

The NZSO and Maestro Edo de Waart joins forces with arguably one of the finest violinists of his generation, Grammy Award winner Augustin Hadelich, to present de Waart’s third Masterworks concert for 2018.

Operatunity: The Golden Era of Musicals

Operatunity: The Golden Era of Musicals

10 Aug

Many of us grew up with musicals featuring the singing greats like Jeanette McDonald, Nelson Eddy, Judy Garland and Dame Julie Andrews.

Pin’d Creative Showcase

Pin’d Creative Showcase

11 Aug

Presented by: Pin’d. The fashion show is a display of garments designed and constructed by intermediate and secondary school students. $1 from every ticket goes to Cambodia Charity Trust.

Ledlenser Run Beneath the Stars

Ledlenser Run Beneath the Stars

01 Sep

Run Beneath the Stars Tauranga – Saturday 1st September 2018.

Arj Baker - Organic

Arj Baker - Organic

08 Sep

Arj barker starts with the finest free-range topics & nurtures them until they're brimming with hilarity and ready for tellin'. His cruelty-free jokes are ALWAYS tested on animals and 100% goat-approved. That's quality you can trust.

HopeWalk Tauranga 2018

HopeWalk Tauranga 2018

08 Sep

HopeWalk is a movement to bring greater awareness around the issue of suicide and promote suicide prevention.

Richard Mapp

Richard Mapp

09 Sep

Well-known pianist Richard Mapp has played many times for Chamber Music NZ, performed with the major orchestras of the world and many groups and soloists. Richard’s programme will include pieces by Bach, Kenneth Young, Schubert, Chopin, Messiaen & Brahms

Song for nobodies

Song for nobodies

09 Sep

Judy Garland, Patsy Cline, Edith Piaf, Billie Holiday & Maria Callas touch the lives of 5 every-day women resulting in stories of life-changing encounters. The singer has her story & the listener hers, & should these touch each other, there can be magic.

Classical Hits

Classical Hits

13 Sep

NZSO Associate Conductor Hamish McKeich leads the orchestra on a country-wide tour, presenting a Classical Hits programme for the whole family. Featuring works by Schubert, Tchaikovsky, Gillian Whitehead, Debussy, and Tchaikovsky.

Operatunity Presents: Tennessee Waltz

Operatunity Presents: Tennessee Waltz

14 Sep

In a concert where pop meets traditional country we feature award winning songs from artists like Doris Day, John Denver, Connie Francis, Kenny Rodgers and Dolly Parton.

The Tauranga Spring Home Show

The Tauranga Spring Home Show

21 Sep to 23 Sep

Create your happy place! The Spring Home Show is the perfect opportunity to find all your home products and service needs under one roof.

Vegan Vibes

Vegan Vibes

22 Sep

Vegan Vibes is back this September the 22nd 2018!

Shrek the Musical

Shrek the Musical

22 Sep to 29 Sep

Join Shrek, Donkey, Princess Fiona in this all singing, all dancing hilarious production which turns the world of fairytales upside down.

Tauranga International Marathon

Tauranga International Marathon

22 Sep

Fast. Flat. Fun! With a spectacular finish in Tauranga's beautiful CBD.

Postmodern Jukebox

Postmodern Jukebox

02 Oct

New Zealand loves Postmodern Jukebox! Following three successful tours in as many years, the multi-talented collective will bring their re-imagined contemporary pop, rock and R&B hits in the style of various yesteryears to eagerly awaiting fans in 2018.

AOTNZ - Adam McGrath and the Roaring Days

AOTNZ - Adam McGrath and the Roaring Days

10 Oct

Adam with The Eastern has played everywhere from Timaru to Nashville and beyond. Throwing down on theatre stages, street corners pubs and living rooms, he treats every show as the best one yet.

Operatunity Presents: Divas & Divos

Operatunity Presents: Divas & Divos

26 Oct

In a concert with a similar format to our acclaimed Mario Lanza show in 2016, we look into the lives and music of many of the world’s greatest singers of all time including Joan Sutherland, Maria Callas, Pavarotti, Caruso and Mario Lanza.

Focus on Women Expo

Focus on Women Expo

27 Oct to 28 Oct

Be inspired, empowered and entertained at the Focus on Women Expo!

Dr Seuss's the Cat in the Hat

Dr Seuss

28 Oct

Two bored kids. One rainy day. And one crazy cat wearing a red-striped hat. Young and old alike will delight in this faithful adaptation of a classic book come to life before our very eyes.

Madagascar

Madagascar

03 Nov to 04 Nov

The talented students of STEPS Performing Arts will delight audiences of all ages with their production of DreamWorks – Madagascar – A Musical Adventure Jr.

A Russian Triple Bill

A Russian Triple Bill

09 Nov to 10 Nov

The Imperial Russian Ballet Company return to New Zealand with A Russian Triple Bill. This is the first time that the company have brought this stunning programme to NZ.

AOTNZ - Seven Deadly Stunts

AOTNZ - Seven Deadly Stunts

23 Nov

Chainsaw juggling, walking on broken glass and other famous feats are performed along with the stories of how they came to be.

Operatunity: Cinderella - A Christmas Pantomime

Operatunity: Cinderella - A Christmas Pantomime

23 Nov

We bring you our famous Christmas pantomime with a new twist on Cinderella!

AOTNZ - The Messy Magic Adventure

AOTNZ - The Messy Magic Adventure

23 Nov

Circus, slapstick & magic combine in this special adventure for primary school aged children & families. Fantastical fun, with waterproof ponchos provided for those in the front row.

The Mount Monster

The Mount Monster

15 Dec to 16 Dec

New Zealand's premier endurance ironman race with a prize purse to match.

The Abba Show – ABBAsolutely fABBAulous

The Abba Show – ABBAsolutely fABBAulous

17 Dec

Far from being “just another cover band” The ABBA Show is a full-scale theatrical production featuring over 2 hours of live music, replica costumes, theatrical lighting/effects and all the dancing an ABBA fan can handle.

A Night Before Christmas

A Night Before Christmas

22 Dec

“A Night Before Christmas” returns in 2018 and will be the perfect way to welcome in Christmas. The Bay’s biggest free Christmas party will celebrate 22 years of Christmas joy and Festive fun.

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