What's On

Discover what's on in Ōtautahi-Christchurch. From free events to art exhibitions, festivals to live comedy — you'll find it all here.

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30 May 2020

The 2020 Super Rugby tournament has been suspended for the foreseeable future.

30 May 2020 to 23 May 2022

Experience the Gallery’s collection from the perspective of our place in Te Moana-nui-a-Kiwa, the Pacific Ocean. Full of stories of migration, connection and belonging, this huge new exhibition reflects the connections and tensions that shape us.

31 May 2020, 7 Jun 2020, 14 Jun 2020, 21 Jun 2020

This is a 'real deal' growers' market. The Opawa Farmers' Market prides itself on having the best selection of fresh local produce in Christchurch....

6 Jun 2020, 6 Jun 2020, 6 Jun 2020, 13 Jun 2020, 20 Jun 2020, 30 Jun 2020

Mt Pleasant, a truly community-owned market brings you wonderful food, locally grown in a special setting right on the Christchurch coastal pathway.

6 Jun 2020

The action-packed adventure that pits man against prehistoric predators in the ultimate battle for survival. Featuring visually stunning imagery and ground-breaking special effects, this epic film is sheer movie magic 65 million years in the making.

6 Jun 2020, 4 Jul 2020, 1 Aug 2020, 5 Sep 2020, 3 Oct 2020, 7 Nov 2020, 5 Dec 2020

The performance scheduled for Saturday 4 April 2020 has been cancelled.
This large group of experienced musicians provides a variety of music for all to dance, boogie and jive to.

31 Jan 2020 to 21 Jun 2020

Fiona Pardington’s captivating photographs of faux hei tiki from the Wellcome Collection, London.

8 Feb 2020 to 30 Jan 2021

This event has been cancelled until further notice.

15 Feb 2020 to 1 Jun 2020

This exhibition traces the internationally acclaimed artist’s nomadic life from her upbringing in Dunedin to her final days in England.

7 Mar 2020 to 19 Jul 2020

This exhibition shows off the work of new and recent early career artists by provoking feelings of doubt and unease, revealing how we look and why that can leave us vulnerable.