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No plans this weekend? Head to opening night of The Court Theatre’s ‘Once’, or come learn about Matariki with some crafts, activities and cool tech at Tūranga.
She’s drawn comparisons with ‘80’s hip hop group Beastie Boys and alt rockers Garbage but Emma Dilemma describes her sound as “a mixed bag of pop, rock, grunge, hip hop and disco!”
Well, that came around quickly! Another weekend is upon us and we’ve got a few ideas to keep you entertained.
If you’re staying in town for the long weekend and still haven’t got plans, from the music you love to fan-favourite sports, we’ve got you covered.
Going for a soak in the seaside hot pools at New Brighton has almost become a daily relaxation ritual for Christchurch retiree Derek Lowe.
If the prospect of keeping the kids entertained over the winter school holidays has you quaking in your boots, jump online now and get tickets sorted for KidsFest.
Need an antidote for the winter blues? Then check out our What’s On Christchurch Winter Events Guide.
The weather forecasters are predicting a wet weekend for Christchurch but there's plenty of indoor activities on to keep you and your whānau entertained.
Grab your workmates, pop on a pair of gloves, pick up a spade and help plant thousands of trees to offset carbon emissions and mark World Environment and Arbor Day.
Following huge success across the three days of the first-ever Grow Ōtautahi, event organisers have announced 2022 dates for the Christchurch garden festival.
After striking a positive chord with the local music industry and the Christchurch community, Go Live is coming back in 2021.
Open Christchurch - the festival that showcases architecture and well-designed spaces by giving people the chance to nosy around buildings - is going to become an annual event.
Explore the city’s amazing architecture as Open Christchurch reveals the interiors of stunning buildings or back the Crusaders for the first trans-Tasman clash.
Christchurch’s much-loved KidsFest will celebrate 30 years of entertaining, teaching and connecting children in July.
People are being encouraged to step up their fitness through a new series of guided walks that gradually move from a wetland wander to a more challenging hill climb.
Search for "Things to do" on the Christchurch City Council website