Kensington Swan Season of Jesus Christ Superstar
The Gramophone Band


theatre. cafe. bar. 305 Queen Street, Auckland.

In 1951 Henrietta Lacks walked into the coloured section of a Baltimore Hospital and had a tissue sample taken without consent. The sample became the most vital tool in modern medicine. This is her story.

Oct 21 to Oct 25 2014

A magical evening of vintage music, wonderful nonsense and beautiful tunes. Get moving to hits of the 1920s through to the 1960s, from Gypsy Jazz, Swing, Ragtime to Rock-a-Billy and sweet vintage renditions of Kylie Minogue, Beyonce and Bowie!

Oct 24 2014

Add some magic to your pre-show evenings at Q - fresh from performing in Las Vegas, Jarred Fell takes up residence is Q's Lounge to bring you close-up magic right before your eyes!

Oct 16 to Oct 23 2014

Jesus Christ Superstar is an immortal of musical theatre. Audiences around the globe have thrilled to its unforgettable soundtrack with songs such as "Everything's Alright", "I Don't Know How to Love Him" and the iconic signature tune.

Oct 30 to Nov 30 2014

NZTrio's Loft Series 2014 concludes with a brilliant mix of thrillingly new and wonderfully familiar compositions by local and international virtuosos, including the NZ premiere of American John Zorne’s “Amour fou”.

Nov 2 2014

One performer builds a city, and a fantastical world, out of discarded items in the back of a trolley. Take a tour and discover Moko's haunts, secret places, the known bridges or quiet benches. Wake up and smell the baked beans.

Nov 5 to Nov 15 2014

  • 'One Day Moko' is the last show to feature as part of our joint-venture programme for 2014, 'Q Presents'. With only two weeks out from opening in Q's Loft, we caught up with director Leo Gene Peters to find...

  • The 2014 Smokefreerockquest came to the boil at Auckland’s Q Theatre on Saturday night and it was the dub-roots four piece HeadChef, from Wellington, who took out first place.

  • Barfoot & Thompson has been a proud supporter of Q since 2012 and in April this year, Auckland’s leading real estate company generously came on board as a key sponsor of Loft. A partnership with Q opens up exciting opportunities to...

  • Not long after I was born in 1953, two amazing things happened, Wales beat the All Blacks and Everest was climbed for the first time. The former hasn't happened since but the latter has happened many times. Writer Gareth Davies talks EVEREST UNTOLD.

  • Adura Onashile is a fine performer who glides through potentially dense facts like a hot knife through butter. She presents the various arguments of ethics counterpoised with multi-billion dollar...

    Vanessa Byrnes
  • For a start, the usual seat settle is deranged by a migraine-inducing light directed into the auditorium and over the following hour the house lights are frequently raised, the audience surveyed...

    Bernadette Rae
    New Zealand Herald
  • The audience is enchanted right from the moment the theatre doors open as six young female performers entice you in to their circus world. You are instantly aware that these artistes are...

    Kerry Wallis
  • An ethereal red glow starts to grow on the top most part of the sand and we see the slightest of movements as the sand starts to ‘breathe'.  One of the greatest openings I have seen...

    Kerry Wallis

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