#Gigs
#Family Activities
#Free events
#Musical show
Sep
20
Fri
The Octagon
12:30 pm
2 August – Red Roof (solo) 9 August – Person Will (solo) 16 August – James Dignan (semi-acoustic solo) 23 August – Barracuda (semi-acoustic 5-piece) 30 August – DH Loops (duo) 6 September �
HeartCore presents Free Friday lunchtime entertainment in the Octagon
#Music Concerts
Sep
21
Sat
Forsyth Barr Stadium
05:30 pm
Legendary, GRAMMY-award winning band Fleetwood Mac has announced an Australian and New Zealand tour, set to kick off on August 9 with two shows in Auckland on September 16 and 19, along with a welcome
Fleetwood Mac
#Music Concerts
Sep
22
Sun
50 Dundas Street
07:30 pm
Richard writes: “These twelve songs seem to me to be the cream of the work I have produced over the last five years. Some will be familiar to regular folk club attenders, some have never been perfor
Twelve songs - rRchard Dingwall & The Flat Pack Band
#DCC
#Discussion Panel
#Environment
#Free events
#Health
#Meetings
#Run, walk and jog
#Well-being
Sep
25
Wed
Dunedin Public Art Gallery Auditorium
01:30 am
Candidates for mayor and/or councillor of the Dunedin City Council in the forthcoming local body election respond to calls for a genuinely independent inquiry into the Lime scooter invasion and oth
PUBLIC MEETING: Pedestrian Action Network meeting with Dunedin City Council candidates: making Dunedin more pedestrian f...
#Family
#Free events
#Gigs
Oct
19
Sat
Nick Orbell
10:00 am
A celebration of local performance talent showing their skills -  Join the fun! Everyone welcome -  anything goes in Dunedin's most diverse community All the action happens on the Street -  several
South Dunedin Busking Festival
Tickets
#Music Concerts
Feb
4
Tue
Forsyth Barr Stadium
07:00 pm
After more than half a century on the road and an unparalleled career that has redefined the cultural landscape, Elton has announced details of his farewell tour. Elton John was our first ever concert
Elton John - Farewell Yellow Brick Road Tour
#Music Concerts
Feb
10
Mon
Forsyth Barr Stadium
06:00 pm
The soaring success of the film Bohemian Rhapsody, the highest grossing music biopic of all time, has proven that the love for Queen remains as strong as ever. We are thrilled with the news that Quee
Queen + Adam Lambert - The Rhapsody Tour
#DCC
Feb
15
Sat
10:00 am
Be part of Dunedin's biggest market of the year.  Thieves' Alley Market Day registrations are now available.  Over 200 stalls attract thousands of customers as they search for bargains.  Food and n
Thieves' Alley Market Day 2020
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First Flight @ Otago Museum
Day 259 of 365
Sep
16
Mon
Dec
31
Tue
Be there for that special moment and help our newly-emerged butterflies take flight in the Tropical Forest. Join us every day to learn about the amazing transformation butterflies go through before t …
Dare To Be Wise @ Otago Museum
Day 104 of 173
Sep
16
Mon
Nov
24
Sun
The University of Otago’s 150th anniversary exhibition, Dare To Be Wise, showcases the far-reaching benefits to both students and society of the University’s history. Articles, artefacts, storie …
James Cameron – Challenging the Deep @ Otago Museum
Day 58 of 204
Sep
16
Mon
Feb
9
Sun
Tickets
Exploration is in everyone’s DNA; we’re hardwired to be curious. This immersive media exhibition will take you on a journey with acclaimed explorer and filmmaker James Cameron, from the deepest pa …
kalisolaite ‘uhila Kapa Mā @ Dunedin Public Art Gallery
Day 36 of 75
Sep
16
Mon
Oct
25
Fri
Kalisolaite ‘Uhila (Tonga)is an award-winning performance artist based in Tāmaki Makaurau/Auckland.  ‘Uhila has been recognised for his powerful works that take inspiration from his daily life; …
Joe L'Estrange - The Four Seasons @ Brett McDowell Gallery
Day 11 of 21
Sep
16
Mon
26
Thu
The Four Seasons is an exhibition of new paintings by Dunedin artist Joe L'Estrange. The exhibition, which marks the changing of the seasons in the artist's garden through all four seasons over two ye …
Green Green - Peter Nicholls @ Fe29 Gallery
Day 10 of 25
Sep
16
Mon
Oct
1
Tue
Peter Nicholls, born in Whanganui in 1936, is considered one of New Zealand’s leading sculptors of public art. His works, which often combine steel and native timbers, comment on the New Zealand lan …
Tuia – Southern Encounters @ Hocken Collections
Day 10 of 64
Sep
16
Mon
Nov
9
Sat
When James Cook sailed down the Otago coast in 1770 he observed what he thought to be a barren uninhabited land. This exhibition weaves together taonga, images, maps, and knowledge handed down from an …
Art and Water Exhibition @ HD Skinner Annex
Day 8 of 13
Sep
16
Mon
21
Sat
The Art and Science Series is proud to present its seventh exhibition, Art and Water: Mountains to the Sea, open to the public from 9–21 September 2019. This series is a collaboration between artist …
Cities of Literature short play festival @ Allen Hall Theatre
Day 5 of 9
Sep
16
Mon
20
Fri
Dunedin UNESCO City of Literature is partnering with Theatre Studies at the University of Otago to host a special celebration of new writing as part of the University’s 150th anniversary celebratio …
Moon Festival Poetry Competition @ Lan Yuan Dunedin Chinese Garden
Day 2 of 34
Sep
16
Mon
Oct
18
Fri
This year we invite you to help us celebrate the Chinese Moon Festival by writing a poem based on the theme Belonging There are three age categories Children (5–12); Teens (13–19); Adults (20+). P …
50 Years of Conservation Week: Conservation Exhibition @ Otago Museum
All-day
Sep
16
Mon
22
Sun
Join us to celebrate the 50th year of Conservation Week! This year’s theme is “Nature Needs Us” - with more than 4,000 species in Aotearoa threatened or at risk, nature needs us to take action n …
Inaugural Professorial Lecture - Professor Chris Brickell @ Archway 1 Lecture Theatre
05:30 pm
Sep
16
Mon
About Chris' Research: Chris is a scholar of intimate life and social change. A substantial amount of his work explores the emergence of gay life in New Zealand since the nineteenth century, especiall …
OM Friends – In Focus @ Otago Museum
12:15 pm
Sep
17
Tue
An Association of Friends of the Otago Museum TalkThe Friends of the Otago Museum invite you to join them over complimentary tea and coffee for their September lunchtime talk.Bring your lunch and hear …
Arts and Culture in Ōtepoti @ Otago Museum
05:15 pm
Sep
17
Tue
What do 2019’s mayoral candidates think about Dunedin’s arts and culture sector?Find out, raise your concerns, understand their positions, and be heard. Candidates will speak, and then the floor w …
Paint & Wine Night - Homage to Picasso @ Ombrellitos
07:00 pm
Sep
17
Tue
Tickets
The concept is simple - take a brush in one hand  a drink in the other and let’s paint a masterpiece! Join us for a creative night of drinking and painting in the heart of Auckland! No previous pai …
The Tapestry Project @ Toitu OSM
10:00 am
Sep
18
Wed
Members of the Otago Embroiderers’ Guild will be working on panels for the New Zealand: A History in Stitch project. Come and chat with the ladies and see some artistry at work and maybe learn a new …
Baby on Board - Capcom GO! An Apollo Story (3D) @ Otago Museum’s Perpetual Guardian Planetarium
11:30 am
Sep
18
Wed
Tickets
Planetarium FilmCatch a film under our 360° screen without having to book a babysitter!We know it can be tricky to get out and about with little ones, so come to one of our 'Baby on Board' sessions i …
The Oceans and Climate Change @ Barclay Theater Otago Museum
05:30 pm
Sep
18
Wed
Expert TalkThe ocean plays an important role in maintaining our global climate, yet the dynamics, chemistry, and biology of the oceans are altering in response to climate change.For the past ten years …
Geological constraints on the age and antiquity of land in New Caledonia and the Chatham Islands @ Castle 1 Lecture Theatre
06:00 pm
Sep
18
Wed
This is an illustrated talk by Hamish Campbell, Emeritus Scientist, exploring the geological evidence for the emergence of land and onset of terrestrial conditions in New Caledonia (northern Zealandia …
2019 Dunedin Film Society Programme @ Red Lecture Threatre (side door of Scott Building) University of Otago
07:30 pm
Sep
18
Wed
!2019 DUNEDIN FILM SOCIETY PROGRAMME! Due to the screening rights, casual admission is only allowed at those screenings that are marked with an *   Wednesday 27 February at 7:30 pm HEART OF A DOG! La …
Friends Talk with Nicholas McBryde
10:30 pm
Sep
18
Wed
Director of Arts Festival Dunedin, NICHOLAS MCBRYDE, will talk about the perils and highlights of being the Director of a dynamic city-wide Arts Festival.FREE - A Dunedin Public Art Gallery Society e …
Enrich - Celebrating Women in Business @ Dunedin Public Art Gallery
09:00 am
Sep
19
Thu
Tickets
Join us for a day of inspirational women speaking about a diverse range of topics from reinvention, the art of self-love, resilience, leadership, making the impossible – possible, evolution, retir …
Glenfalloch Night Garden @ Glenfalloch Woodland Garden
06:30 pm
Sep
19
Thu
21
Sat
Spend an enchanted evening exploring the illuminated wonders of the Glenfalloch Night Garden where spring blossoms and sparkle combine for a magical experience. Glenfalloch will glow with golden light …
Artsenta Annual Exhibition 2019 @ The Community Gallery
10:00 am
Sep
20
Fri
27
Fri
Artsenta presents our Annual Exhibition featuring 35 artists in a wide range of mediums and styles. Artsenta is a community art studio for people who use mental health services that has been operating …
HeartCore presents Free Friday lunchtime entertainment in the Octagon @ The Octagon
12:30 pm
Sep
20
Fri
2 August – Red Roof (solo) 9 August – Person Will (solo) 16 August – James Dignan (semi-acoustic solo) 23 August – Barracuda (semi-acoustic 5-piece) 30 August – DH Loops (duo) 6 September
The Great Kererū Count Native Tree Giveaway @ Dunedin Botanic Garden
10:00 am
Sep
21
Sat
The #GreatKereruCount starts later this week. To celebrate, 300 kōwhai trees are being given away at the main entrance to the lower Dunedin Botanic Garden on Saturday, 21 September from 10am till we …
John McGlashan Fete @ John McGlashan College
11:00 am
Sep
21
Sat
Not to be missed - The John McGlashan Fete is always a great day out with the family . Yummy food,loads of great bargains,entertainment,games,prizes and an amazing silent auction this year too !  See …
George Street Normal School Fair @ George Street Normal School
11:00 am
Sep
21
Sat
Come along to our School Fair - we are planning a fabulous day of fun for all. There will be loads of fun activities:Face paintingSilent AuctionBouncy CastlesFlick the Fire EngineLive EntertainmentPam …
Pasifika Vibes @ Otago Museum
01:00 pm
Sep
21
Sat
Live PerformanceBring the Museum’s Pacific Cultures gallery to life and celebrate Dunedin’s vibrant Pasifika community with an afternoon of traditional and contemporary song, dance, and performanc …
Music Saturdays @ Toitu OSM
02:00 pm
Sep
21
Sat
Music SaturdaysCome along and support these awesome musicians. Music for all ages and all genres. 2pm - Melissa and the Dr - Melissa is without a doubt one of the finest singers of country music in NZ …
Kaihaukai Collective with Ron Bull and Simon Kaan @ Dunedin Public Art Gallery
03:00 pm
Sep
21
Sat
Ron Bull, Senior Lecturer at Otago Polytechnic, and artist Simon Kaan have created Kaihaukai Collective, which consists of indigenous food and identity projects both in Aotearoa and overseas. In thi …
Moana @ Otago Museum’s Perpetual Guardian Planetarium
04:30 pm
Sep
21
Sat
Tickets
Disney’s Moana is on the dome screen in the Perpetual Guardian Planetarium! One of our Creative Pasifkia events, come along and enjoy this fun-filled musical film loved by all ages.Moana, daughter o …
Fleetwood Mac @ Forsyth Barr Stadium
05:30 pm
Sep
21
Sat
Legendary, GRAMMY-award winning band Fleetwood Mac has announced an Australian and New Zealand tour, set to kick off on August 9 with two shows in Auckland on September 16 and 19, along with a welcome …
Webb Farry Lawyers - DSO's 'Michael Houstoun plays Mozart' @ Dunedin Town Hall
06:30 pm
Sep
21
Sat
Tickets
Pianist Michael Houstoun has announced he will retire at the end of 2020, so this is possibly the last (or penultimate) chance to hear this giant of New Zealand music perform as a concerto soloist in …
Locals Sunday Tiki - See the Albatross! @ Royal Albatross Centre
10:30 am
Sep
22
Sun
Are you a Dunedin local or a Dunedin student? Fancy a wild visit to see giant chicks?   We’re inviting you to take a $25 tour including transport to meet the giant Albatross chicks as part of our L …
Locals Sunday Penguin Tour @ Royal Albatross Centre
10:30 am
Sep
22
Sun
Are you a Dunedin local or a Dunedin student? Fancy a wild visit to see the world’s smallest penguins?   We’re inviting you to take a $15 tour to see the Little Blue Penguins as part of our Local …
Locals Sunday Albatross Tour @ Royal Albatross Centre
10:30 am
Sep
22
Sun
Are you a Dunedin local or a Dunedin student? Fancy a wild visit to see giant chicks?   We’re inviting you to take a $15 1hr guided tour to meet the giant Albatross chicks as part of our Local’s …
Car Free Day @ The Octagon
11:00 am
Sep
22
Sun
Head to the Octagon by foot, bike, scooter or bus for Car Free Day activities. FREE BUSES RUNNING ALL DAY Try out an e-scooter or e-bike. Learn more about safety, travel planning and cool ways to get …
Weaving with the Multicultural Weavers Association @ Otago Museum
01:00 pm
Sep
22
Sun
Tickets
Learn the art of weaving with the Multicultural Weavers Association. Led by award-winning Samoan weaver Emma Kesha, this event is suitable for all levels. Come and join us in a relaxed and friendly en …
People & Places - Re-thinking our relationship to food: A catalyst for sustainability? @ Toitu OSM
02:00 pm
Sep
22
Sun
People & Places - Re-thinking our relationship to food: A catalyst for sustainability?Paying deliberate attention to food – what we eat, how it is produced and distributed – raises multiple concer …
Panta Rhei - Elements of Iceland @ Dunningham Suite
02:30 pm
Sep
22
Sun
  “Panta Rhei – Elements of Iceland" is an audiovisual journey through magical landscapes. In this experimental film, German photographer and filmmaker Lukas Gawenda uses artistic blending …
Syrian Buffet Dinner wiht chef Abdal @ Kaikorai Rugby Club
06:00 pm
Sep
22
Sun
Tickets
Join Abdal Moneem Kyassh as he prepares a delicious Syrian buffet dinner. Syrian food is known for its use of spices to create dishes wiht a depth of flavour. Syrian food also showcases loads of veget …
Twelve songs - rRchard Dingwall & The Flat Pack Band @ 50 Dundas Street
07:30 pm
Sep
22
Sun
Richard writes: “These twelve songs seem to me to be the cream of the work I have produced over the last five years. Some will be familiar to regular folk club attenders, some have never been perfor …
The Octagon Market @ The Octagon
09:00 am
Sep
24
Tue
Original work of an International standard from Dunedin Artisans and Craftspeople in a friendly and welcoming atmosphere. Bone Carving - Felt Hats - Photographic Glass Coasters - Aluminium Prints - Te …
Thirst for Knowledge: The Climate Ethics of Flying @ Ombrellos Kitchen & Bar
05:30 pm
Sep
24
Tue
Join us at Ombrellos Kitchen and Bar after work for an opportunity to engage with professionals in a casual and informal setting. This month's speaker, Professor Lisa Ellis from the Department of Poli …
The transformative power of curiosity and courage, Dr Brigid Inder OBE @ Hutton Theatre
05:30 pm
Sep
24
Tue
The transformative power of curiosity and courage Historic changes in international gender justice have been sought and achieved by thosewilling to be courageous and curious enough to question the sta …
PUBLIC MEETING: Pedestrian Action Network meeting with Dunedin City Council candidates: making Dunedin more pedestrian friendly @ Dunedin Public Art Gallery Auditorium
01:30 am
Sep
25
Wed
Candidates for mayor and/or councillor of the Dunedin City Council in the forthcoming local body election respond to calls for a genuinely independent inquiry into the Lime scooter invasion and oth …
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