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FEATURED EVENTS

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    • Festive High Tea at Hippopotamus

      Celebrate the festive season by sipping champagne and scoffing yuletide treats stacked three tiers high.


    • The Menu

      A culinary thriller-slash-black comedy with bite, this Ralph Fiennes- and Anya Taylor-Joy-starring cinematic dish is savage, savvy and slickly satisfying.


    • Garage Project X Duck Island Collab Launch Party

      Sink a few icy treats in the sunshine this weekend.


    • Dylan Moran: We Got This

      The 'Black Books' star is bringing his latest comedy show to Wellington, complete with comic reflections on the last few chaotic years.


    • Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery

      Benoit Blanc is back on the case in this sequel to 2019's whodunnit hit 'Knives Out', which serves up another smart and superbly cast puzzle box of a film.


    • The Garden Hotel Bottomless Brunch

      This weekend bottomless brunch includes any menu item and unlimited beverages.


    • Bones and All

      Timothée Chalamet and Taylor Russell play cannibal lovers road-tripping through America's midwest in this evocative and exquisite film from 'Call Me By Your Name' director Luca Guadagnino.


    • St Johns Bottomless Brunch

      Two hours of unlimited beverages at the waterfront bar and eatery.


    • Mister Organ

      New Zealand filmmaker David Farrier has done it again, chronicling another story so wild that it can only be true — and this one started with an antique store’s car park.


    • Seriously Red

      Paying tribute to the one and only Dolly Parton, this Australian comedy follows a plucky impersonator swapping the nine-to-five for playing her idol.


    • Koha Yoga

      Exercise your mind, body and soul (and support the local community) for pocket change.


    • Zealandia Day Tours

      Get out of the house and into a much-needed dose of nature, accompanied by birdsong from native creatures like takahē, kākā and little spotted kiwi.


    • Festive High Tea at Hippopotamus

      Celebrate the festive season by sipping champagne and scoffing yuletide treats stacked three tiers high.


    • Paper Pals Aotearoa

      Wellington's CBD has just gotten got a heck of a lot cuter.


    • Te Whanganui-a-Tara

      This exciting and interactive new exhibition explores Wellington's cultural history.


    • Festive High Tea at Hippopotamus

      Celebrate the festive season by sipping champagne and scoffing yuletide treats stacked three tiers high.


    • Paper Pals Aotearoa

      Wellington's CBD has just gotten got a heck of a lot cuter.


    • Te Whanganui-a-Tara

      This exciting and interactive new exhibition explores Wellington's cultural history.


    • The Menu

      A culinary thriller-slash-black comedy with bite, this Ralph Fiennes- and Anya Taylor-Joy-starring cinematic dish is savage, savvy and slickly satisfying.


    • Bardo, False Chronicle of a Handful of Truths

      For his first movie in seven years, Oscar-winning director Alejandro González Iñárritu ponders the weight of being a filmmaker in a feature both spectacular and indulgent.


Trending Bars and Restaurants

THE CHAMPAGNERIA

In the famous words of Mark Twain, "too much of anything is bad, but too much champagne is just right."

8 Courtenay Place
Wellington
T +64 4 802 5585

KISA

Starting as a pop-up last year, Kisa is now a permanent fixture on Cuba Street, offering mezze plates of delicious smoky flavours.

195 Cuba Street
Wellington
T +64 21 449 820

THE ASCOT

Your new summer hangout serving hot dogs and wine.

55 Ghuznee Street
Wellington

NIGHT FLOWER

A bar for the most elite, expensive and exclusive to hide away for an evening.

55 Ghuznee Street
Wellington
T +64 21 503 732

AUNTIE SOCIAL LOUNGE

A funky fresh new spot has arrived in Newton, with red velvet booths, lava lamps and retro furniture.

4 Rintoul Street
Wellington
T +64 4 979 2811

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