THE Q HEROES
Andrew Keoghan - Album Preview Show
Between Zero and One
Daffodils [inspired by true events]
An Awfully Big Adventure
Greg Johnson
Breath // Three Samuel Beckett Works

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Located in the beating hub of the arts precinct, Q brings you a mixtape of free live performances in our buzzing Lounge bar with a variety of beats, eats and treats to enjoy every Saturday night.

Mar 1 to Mar 31 2015

Award-winning company, Capital E National Theatre for Children bring a magnificently rumbustious, inventive and often hilarious production for 8-year-olds and above about, of all things, World War 1. An entertaining and captivating experience for kids and adults.

Mar 25 to Mar 28 2015

Every now and then a perfect opportunity presents itself to see Greg Johnson play.  After several years’ absence – Greg Johnson takes the stage at Q Theatre with a couple of one off Cocktail Club shows – dubbed Greg Johnson – Cocktail Club remixed.

Mar 26 to Mar 28 2015

Andrew Keoghan returns to Q Theatre’s Loft to preview his forthcoming album Every Orchid Offering, the long awaited follow-up to his acclaimed 2011 debut Arctic Tales Divide.

Mar 27 2015

An epic percussion concert inspired by ancient and modern rhythms – from tribal beats to dubstep – written by internationally renowned composer John Psathas, performed by Strike Percussion, with interactive projection design by Tim Gruchy.

Apr 8 to Apr 12 2015

Daffodils by Rochelle Bright, Stephanie Brown (LIPS), Abraham Kunin, Q Theatre

Voted Best Debut in Metro's 'Best of Auckland 2014', nominated for Best Play and an Auckland Theatre Award Winner, Daffodils returns for 5 nights following a complete sell-out season in 2014. “…it’s a work of genius... it should be our new national flag." [Metro]

Apr 8 to Apr 12 2015

Breath, Samuel Beckett, Edward Newborn, Q Theatre, Auckland

A rare opportunity to see three short works by Samuel Beckett - including Krapp's Last Tape and the New Zealand premieres of Breath and That Time, directed by Paul Gittins and starring Edward Newborn.

Apr 8 to Apr 18 2015

Pacific Skin is an innovative, creative, technology/contemporary dance performance featuring Japanese and New Zealand choreographers, professional dancers and performers collaborating with interactive digital artists.

Apr 10 to Apr 11 2015

In House Songs and Conversations 2015 brings together four of New Zealand’s most acclaimed songwriters in a unique and intimate setting. This year, joining Don McGlashan are Rodney Fisher (Goodshirt), Anna Coddington and Jol Muholland.

Apr 14 2015

  • Stephanie Engelbtrecht is a composer, producer and a percussionist performing in Strike Percussion's hit show, 'Between Zero and One'. Stephanie loves it when the group gets together to smash out a song, at full...

  • Wellington-based actor Andrew Paterson is part of Capital E's new show An Awfully Big Adventure. We catch up with him to discuss the joys of rehearsing a kid's show and the unique reactions that this show provokes-...

  • New York-based New Zealand songwriter Andrew Keoghan returns to Loft to preview his forthcoming album, 'Every Orchid Offering'. We catch up with Andrew and discuss inspiration, collaboration and writing music in NYC-

  • Dancer-choreographer Jennifer De Leon has performed throughout NZ and around the world. This month, Jenny is taking on the Auckland Fringe Festival, with her solo new work STRIPPED BARE, to confront personal questions and challenges about growing old - as a...

  • "Put simply, An Awfully Big Adventure is a treat ... theatre like this can make sense of the absurdity of war."

    Vanessa Byrnes
    Theatreview
  • "It is theatrically interesting, aesthetically pleasing, and educationally entertaining ... exactly the sort of show I would have loved as a child, and one I absolutely love now as an...

    Elle Wooton
    Theatreview
  • "This simply staged one-man show makes for an easy, funny and extraordinarily entertaining night out ... Thomas' energy is affable and relaxed but seemingly...

    Janet McAllister
    NZ Herald
  • "It is quite the cerebral workout, albeit so entertaining that said workout is an ease and a pleasure ... the depth of pathos matches the heights of the comedy."

    Nik Smythe
    Theatreview

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