NZSO Relaxed Concerts are performances for audiences who may feel uncomfortable in a traditional concert environment.This concert is particularly suited to people with autism or sensory, communication or learning disabilities. Keep Reading
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We invite you to join us for Arts Access Aotearoa's Annual General Meeting on Friday 21 May 2021, followed by a presentation from Jacqui Moyes and the Home Ground Collective. Keep Reading
The exhibition runs 4 May – 5 June, 2021. Exhibition opening is on 1 May. Jim Gorman came to New Zealand from Scotland in 1967 and settled in Wellington where he enrolled in the Graphic Design course at Wellington School of Design. During his working life he was an illustrator, cartoonist, designer and illustrations editor. Besides his... Keep Reading
Spending time on the business, not just in the business is critical for our success. Take this opportunity to plan your year ahead and set your business up for growth in 2021. Continue the year with a clear plan, with a facilitated session designed for you to step away from your business, think about the next 90 days, and produce a plan that. Keep Reading
The Hataitai Community Market has changed its name to the Hataitai Village Market!!! Under this fresh new name we’d like to update you about our next market… It’s not on our customary 1st Saturday of the month in May this time, as we thought we’d move it back a week to coincide with Mother’s Day on the... Keep Reading
A show set in the grand era of a style of music that has never lost its lustre, woven together by a moving narrative, original musical arrangements, imagery and snapshots of the day. Join us to experience the songs of The Great American Songbook, as once performed by three iconic artists- Franks Sinatra, Peggy Lee, and the Count Basie... Keep Reading
Join us at the Wellington Tramway Museum for an afternoon finding out who committed the murder of the Late Mr. Boddy. Your entry ticket includes afternoon tea and travel on one of our lovingly restored Wellington Trams, ranging from 1920’s through to the 1950’s! Was it Mrs White in the Billiard Room with the Candle Stick, or did Mr Peacock... Keep Reading