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.

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

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Contact:
Helen Emler
helen@qtheatre.co.nz
09 309 8324 Ext 203

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Eat & Drink at Citizen Q

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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

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  • Julie Zhu's portrait series, Hainamana, investigates contemporary Chinese-Aoteroa identity through the photographic lens.