Displaying all upcoming New Zealand events on March 3
Pop-up Globe Theatre, Ellerslie, Auckland
Fri 3 Mar – more dates
Presented by the Pop-up Globe King’s Company.
“We would not die in that man's company / That fears his fellowship to die… Read More
Wunderbar, Lyttelton, Christchurch District
Fri 3 Mar
Direct from Australia...one show only...The Angels Oils Divinyls Tribute Show and special guests Sex Beard
Limited tickets available, this will… Read More
Warren Park, Queenstown
Zirka Circus is proud to bring you its 4th tour of New Zealand, our new show "Cross the ocean" and it's more spectacular than… Read More
Masterton War Memorial Stadium, Masterton, Wairarapa
The world's premier shearing and wool handling championship.
The three-day event encompasses novice, junior, intermediate, senior and open… Read More
Parakai Springs, Parakai, Auckland
Since 1993 the "New Zealand Juggling and Circus Festival" has travelled all over the country, taking an exciting and diverse event to new… Read More
The Prospect of Howick, Howick, Auckland
Tony Painting & the Power with Leon Ruwhiu on vocals pays tribute to the glorious music of Deep Purple.
Two and a half hours of classic songs… Read More
Altitude Bar, Hamilton, Waikato
Are you ready for the most exciting night out in NZ? The Death Do Us Part Danger Show is a thrilling, cabaret circus like no other. Featuring… Read More
Jubilee Building - Parnell Community Centre, Parnell, Auckland
Marla Frees has the special healing gift of being able to communicate with those who have died. Marla has been on a quest to understand how and why… Read More
Kumeu Arts Centre, Kumeu, Auckland
Mel Parsons brings a one-off intimate solo show to the Kumeu Arts Centre this summer.
The award-winning folk artist is a relentless touring… Read More
Playhouse Cafe & Theatre, Nelson, Nelson / Tasman
Join the World's Greatest Magician based in Nelson called Steve for the Greatest Magic Show in Nelson.
But seriously...get ready for a… Read More
Māori Hill Coronation Hall, Dunedin, Otago
We’re proud to welcome two of Ireland’s finest musical exports to the Coronation Hall with a double bill show featuring Mundy and ALDOC.… Read More
The Mayfair, New Plymouth, Taranaki
Headlined this month by the incomparable Urzila Carlson and supported by the critically acclaimed Jamie Bowen...this will be a show to remember Read More
Dorothy Winstone Theatre, AGGS, Newton, Auckland
Laughter is the best medicine and when you have the laughter doctor itself live in Auckland to prescribe you the remedy of being happy then what you… Read More
Le Cordon Bleu, Wellington
7-course degustation menu with option matching wine - For every ticket sold, $25 will be donated to the NZ Red Cross and Le Cordon Bleu New Zealand… Read More
Kings Arms, Newton, Auckland
Under Groove team up with Marina Bloom & Moving Stuff and The Kings Arms All-Star Blues Band to bring you a night of entertainment not to be… Read More
The Theatre & Function Rooms - Lopdell House, Titirangi, Auckland
Sonic Sea (60 mins) plus short film with an ocean theme. Seaweek Special - First Screening in New Zealand.
Everywhere on Earth, we can hear the… Read More
Hawkins Theatre, Papakura, Auckland
Jon, a charming but out-of-luck novelist, musters the bravery needed to try and win back the love of his life by surprising her at a friend’s… Read More
The Cabana, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne
Emerging with a new line up and an explosive new sound, Merrin incorporates the goodness of high energy rock with soul and passion. With the release… Read More
Nga Taonga Sound & Vision, Wellington
Screening as part of the “Films that shaped New Zealand” series.
One of New Zealand’s most popular and enduring films, the… Read More
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RNZAF Base Ohakea, Ohakea, Feilding and District
Today – more dates
The Cloud, CBD, Auckland
Kensington Oval, Dunedin, Otago
Western Park, Ponsonby, Auckland
Civic Square, Wellington
Thu 2 Mar – more dates
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