SUMMER AT Q // Like Melbourne, but right here
Auckland Pride Festival 2017 // Feb 10 - 26
Auckland Arts Festival 2017
Auckland Fringe Festival 2017 // Feb 21 - Mar 12


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** Please note- due to a technical error, we are currently unable to process online bookings through our website. We are working to have this resolved as soon as possible. In the meantime, phone bookings and in-person bookings are available through our box office on (09) 309 9771 until 9.30pm tonight, and from 5pm on Saturday 25th February.

Outside of these hours, booking requests can be made by emailing 

Alternatively, for tickets to the Auckland Arts Festival, you can book online at and for tickets to the Auckland Fringe Festival, you can book online at 

We apologise for any inconvenience this causes **

FEATURED EVENTS (See What's On for all events on at Q)

Summer at Q signals the start of the festival season – Pride Festival, Fringe Festival, Auckland Arts Festival, Comedy Festival – more festivals than you can shake a (rain) stick at.







Jan 1 to Mar 31 2017

Billy T Jams // 2017

We're kicking off the year with one hell of a comedy show to introduce you to this year's Billy T Award nominees.





Mar 3 2017

Star of RuPaul’s Drag Race and Australian Idol, Courtney Act will appear in New Zealand for the very first time during the 2017 Auckland Pride Festival with her brand new show, The Girl from Oz!



Feb 24 2017

The People Who Play with Theatre present a vision of the apocalypse, through the eyes of the one man not invited. Trapped in a Countdown, audiences will experience the end of the world through Tom, and the disastrous vegetables who haunt him.

Feb 21 to Feb 25 2017

After a sold-out season at this year’s Tempo Dance Festival, directors Andrew Cesan and Kayla Paige present four newly developed works highlighting the exciting versatility of dance.



Mar 1 to Mar 2 2017

Stand-up meets time travel in this 2017 Auckland Fringe show when quirky London comedian bumps into some past selves. ‘Joyous fun hour****!’ (Funny Women). Nominated best comedy Buxton Fringe


Feb 21 to Feb 25 2017

A one-to-one encounter high up overlooking our city. Created in collaboration with local primary school children from Newton Central School, together you and a child performer look out at Auckland and imagine its future.

Mar 8 to Mar 10 2017

Eight counts unlawful entry using imagination, five counts of reckless use of Māori mythology, four counts possession and cultivation of Shakespeare, and one count dangerous operation of a voice class.


Mar 8 to Mar 14 2017

Step into the world of the two US DEA agents who were instrumental in the take down of the undisputed “king of cocaine”, Pablo Escobar.


Jul 15 2017

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