4 - 8 March
Q RangatiraNancy Brunning’s award-winning play, Hīkoi, is an emotional road trip deep into the heart of our country’s history, led by two generations of the utterly relatable Miller whānau.
4 - 22 March
TimeOut Festival Garden, Aotea SquareA powerful new video work by leading multi-media artist Lisa Reihana which delves into Māori and Pacific cultural practices pertaining to death and mourning.
4 - 22 March
Paradiso Spiegeltent, Aotea SquareDirty, dangerous and daring LIMBO is a circus/cabaret of mind-numbing contortion, aerial acrobatics, fantastical illusions and flames straight from Dante’s inferno – all set to a live band.
5 - 10 March
Q LoftAward-winning Māori-Chinese playwright Mei-Lin Te Puea Hansen brings us a cross-cultural love affair sprouted amongst rows of potatoes, whilst revealing a page from our history rarely told.
5 - 22 March
Te Uru Waitakere Contemporary GalleryBringing together artists from across the North Island, A Delicate Balance examines the relationship between people, landscape and the kauri forest ecology.
6 - 8 March
Paradiso Spiegeltent, Aotea SquareRock ‘n rollin’ jazz and snappy beats for kids aged one to seven, perfect to get them singing, twisting and dancing! Led by Australian opera and cabaret star Ali McGregor and a live jazz trio.
7 - 22 March
Mangere Arts Centre - Ngā Tohu o UenukuRevolutionary artist Emory Douglas shares his political and artistic legacy in a collaboration with Mangere-based arts organisation Nga Rangatahi Toa.
7 - 15 March
Sir Paul Reeves Building, AUT UniversitySome of New Zealand's most innovative artists in performance and spatial practice address the creative influence of weather in this era of climate change.