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Spring Show featuring Daffodils

A display of beautiful seasonal Spring blooms and other plants. A key feature of this show will be the Daffodil and Bonsai display. Keep Reading


The Agency Group 10000m Running Festival

It's back! The most popular 10000m race in New Zealand. There will be running packs of several different speeds to drag you to your personal fastest time. Keep Reading


Parkin Drawing Prize 2019

The Parkin Drawing Prize is Aotearoa New Zealand’s premier award for drawing. It promotes drawing in all its forms – as discovery, a testing of ideas, and decision making. Entry is free - koha is appreciated. All the artworks are for sale, giving admirers and collectors the opportunity to purchase some wonderful pieces.  Keep Reading


Milkthistle at the Vogelmorn Bowling Club

Wellington band Milkthistle (Hamish Graham - guitar/vocals/songwriter, Delia Shanly - drums/vocals, David Downes - keyboards/bass/vocals, David Daniela - viola & Robert Ibell - cello) play their unique style of original string-based indie-folk-rock in a gig at the Vogelmorn Bowling Club, 93 Mornington Rd, Brooklyn, Wellington at 7:30pm on Friday 20 Keep Reading


Ceramics SHow

Vincents Gallery presents a collection of ceramic works by Vincents artists, including functional, decorative and sculptural pieces. Keep Reading


Cafe Scientifique- Invasive Wasp Control

New Zealand has a major wasp problem. What should be do about them? Cafe Scientifique is a place where anyone can come along and enjoy a range of science speakers in a relaxed, friendly environment. The evening consists of a short talk followed by a Q&A. Keep Reading


Linear Impositions - Marilyn Jones

An exhibition of new sculptural works by Marilyn Jones Keep Reading


WRITERS ON MONDAYS- This Hostile Place- Carl Shuker and Lawrence Patchett

This Hostile Place: Carl Shuker and Lawrence Patchett. Lawrence Patchett’s first novel The Burning River is a work of fictional futurology set in a version of New Zealand where a plastic miner who survives by alliances and trade is swept into a perilous inland journey with new companions. In Carl Shuker’s novel A Mistake, a gifted female... Keep Reading


WRITERS ON MONDAYS- Flight across Worlds- Elizabeth Knox and Craig Cliff

Flight across Worlds: Elizabeth Knox and Craig Cliff. Elizabeth Knox’s new novel The Absolute Book is set in London, Norfolk, the Wye Valley, and Auckland, as well as in the hospitals and train stations of Purgatory. Old acts of revenge return with force, as three people are driven towards a reckoning felt in more than one world. Craig Cliff’s... Keep Reading


WRITERS ON MONDAYS- Short Sharp Script 2- CIRCA Theatre

More exciting work in progress from the second group of IIML scriptwriters, at Circa Theatre. This week the spotlight falls on work from David Mamea, Helmut Marko, Monica Pausina, Sophie Scott, and Rachael Stokes. Introduced by Ken Duncum. Keep Reading


WRITERS ON MONDAYS- Short Sharp Script 1- CIRCA Theatre

SHORT SHARP SCRIPT: CIRCA Theatre. Actors perform dynamic new work by MA scriptwriting students from the IIML. This week scripts by Sally Bollinger, Mitchell Botting, Emily Callam, Emilie Hope, and Jonathan King are introduced by Ken Duncum. Keep Reading



Part 2 of the popular Next Page sessions features readings from (in order) Danyl McLauchlan, Preya Gothanayagi,  Melanie Ansell, Jane Cherry, Catarina de Peters Leitão, Tanya Ashcroft, Manon Revuelta, Dave Glynn, Louisa Buchanan, and Janey Thornton. They are introduced by Chris Price. Keep Reading



The Next Page 1. A wonderful opportunity to hear a fresh mix of prose and poetry by the current cohort of writers in the Master of Arts in Creative Writing Programme at Victoria University of Wellington’s International Institute of Modern Letters. Keep Reading

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