An out-of-this-world exhibition about the moon is landing at Canterbury Museum this weekend.
Christchurch City Council will be hosting its popular outdoor pool parties this January and February with activities including face painting, scavenger hunts and games.
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Showcasing the often overlooked medium of printmaking, a new exhibition at Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetū shines light on one of the most dynamic periods of Aotearoa’s art history.
Christchurch cricket fans won’t have to wait long to see their cricketing heroes in action as October’s T20 Tri-Series with the Blackcaps, Bangladesh and Pakistan is going to be played at Hagley Oval.
Visitors to this year’s Tīrama Mai lighting festival can explore what makes light possible at an interactive installation run by Tūhura Otago Museum and the Dodds-Walls Centre for Photonics and Quantum Technology.
A mix of vintage glamour, aerial acts and stylish spectacle will headline the Spiegeltent stage at Bread & Circus – World Buskers Festival 2020.
Arts collective Pacific Sisters will play a key role in the final weekend of SCAPE Public Art and the final days of Te Pū o Te Wheke with a special Fiafia PIKNIK 2023 event this Saturday.
Christchurch’s most eagerly anticipated doggy swim event is back, and it’s sure to set tails in motion.
Keeping the kids entertained this winter holidays will be a breeze with hundreds of activities and events planned for KidsFest in 2022.