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The text is fiercely modern, delivered in a traditional operatic style that is a...
11 - 15 March ASB Theatre Brett Bailey - inspired by Verdi’s Macbeth - and ten spectacular African opera singers take us to modern day Congo, reinterpreting Shakespeare’s tale of ambition, corruption and witchcraft.
Three incarnations of Aituilelagi, the female Spirit of the Pacific, meet Jehova...
RAW: Falesā
12 March Q Loft Senior-level artists including Nathaniel Lees and Bill Urale develop a new work, Falesā, based on the fono matai process
Join Tim Finn and a cast of singers and musicians to delve into musical excerpts...
RAW: Tim Finn - Star Navigator
13 - 14 March Q Loft Rock musician Tim Finn's newest work, Star Navigator, is based on the true story of Tahitian priest, Tupaia.
A requiem of shattering power
Requiem for the Fallen
13 March Great Hall A collaboration between Ross Harris, Vincent O’Sullivan and Horomona Horo, performed by the New Zealand String Quartet, Voices NZ Chamber Choir and soloists, this is a musical commemoration of the centenary of WWI.
A beautiful musical conversation of art songs for voice and chamber group that w...
Close Encounters: Aroha/Ahava
14 March Te Uru Waitakere Contemporary Gallery A beautiful musical conversation of art songs for voice and chamber group that weaves Jewish and Māori beliefs and expressions together.
Breaking the conventional norms of the theatre... the perfect cocktail, tingling...
The Kitchen
14 - 18 March SKYCITY Theatre Drama, drums and dessert take centre stage with this multi-sensory Indian theatrical experience, where cooking turns into a metaphor for life – and audiences get a taste when the show is over!
The creative team behind the highly-acclaimed Daffodils has a new indie-rock sto...
RAW: The Deliberate Disappearance of my Friend, Jack Hartnett
15 March Q Loft This is a new indie-rock story from the creative team of the highly-acclaimed Daffodils. Meet the team and learn about their creative process.
A Child of Our Time
21 March Great Hall Sir Michael Tippett’s unique anti-war oratorio is a stirring, dramatic and astonishing live concert experience performed by the APO, mass choirs and soloists.