Citizen Q

Q's modern and relaxed cafe/restaurant is open to public for breakfast, lunch and dinner. You can hire the space for  special events - subject to availability.

Citizen Q is a modern and relaxed environment open to the public for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Under special circumstances the entire cafe can be hired.

Download the functions & events hire info pack

Just after a drink and a bite to eat? Check out what's on offer in our Eat & Drink section.

Hire this venue

Contact:
Helen Emler
helen@qtheatre.co.nz
09 309 8325

Other venues

theatre, rangatira, loft, vault, citizen q, lounge, auckland, queen st, studio
Q’s studio space, Loft, houses more intimate and experimental shows. It features character timber beams and art deco floor-to-ceiling windows that look out over Queen Street.
more
Vault seating block when set up for performance
An underground work space for meetings, workshops and auditions, Vault can also be transformed into a small performance venue for comedy, dance and cabaret.
more
Barfoot & Thompson Lounge seating
Q’s main entrance leads you straight from Queen Street into the Barfoot & Thompson Lounge - a fantastic starting point for a night out in the arts precinct.
more
more

Eat & Drink at Citizen Q

Visit Q

So you’re coming to Q. You’ve even picked a show and bought your tickets. You’ll need to know how to get here. But that’s just the beginning. Arrive early and head to the cafe, you can have dinner or just a snack. You’re only missing one thing - a drink. It’s lucky we’ve got a great bar then... more

Support Us

Whether you’re an individual who loves the theatre, or a company who’s looking to forge a new creative partnership, we’d love to hear from you.

More about Supporting Q

  • We asked Amanda Rees to share some of her reo journey with us for Te Wiki o te Reo Māori 2018

    Catch Amanda in Cradle Song, spooking up Q's Loft September 18 - 22

  • The unstoppable Julia Croft and Nisha Madhan have been offered a season and residency at the prestigious Battersea Arts Centre in London, and because they're special members of our Q whānau we want to help them get there! We asked Julia to tell us about her inspiration for creating this work, and what it means in 2018 a year after it was first created.