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Go down the rabbit hole and into the curious history of Alice's adventures in Wonderland through film, puppetry, CGI and more.
First-time actor Zack Gottsagen steals the show — and sparks up a warm rapport with Shia LaBeouf — in this kind-hearted road-trip comedy about a wrestling fanatic with Down syndrome.
Returning two decades after the original Japanese film — and 16 years since the first forgettable American remake — this curse-driven horror franchise doesn't have much life left in it.
This 300-metre-long work celebrates the people who supported the original suffrage movement.
Find some of the city's best poets in an unlikely location.
Dust off your dancing shoes and boogie on down, the Cuban way.
Margot Robbie's Harley Quinn gets her own movie — and this candy-coloured, irreverently upbeat, frenetic and fluid comic-book caper proves both fun and formulaic.
The speedy bundle of blue fluff makes the leap to the big screen — but fans of the game might be left scratching their heads.
A spectacular celebration of Hellenic culture.
Kilbirnie's weekend patisserie returns for a one-off birthday pop-up.
Celebrate all the wonderful wahine of our capital on this after-dark cycling tour.
An evening of all things sour at Heyday Beer Co.
38 Dixon Street, Wellington
Head down the rabbit hole on Dixon Street to find this dark and moody cocktail bar.
Whistling Sisters: The Fermentery
100 Taranaki Street, Wellington
The brewery's new opening takes local to a whole new level.
167 Riddiford Street, Newtown
A gig seeker's sanctuary.
1 Cable Street, Lambton
Beanbags and beer, anyone?
4 Taranaki Street, Te Aro
An excellent go-to when everyone in your group is too polite to say where they want to go.
119 Manners Street, Te Aro
A BYO karaoke bar hybrid.
106 Cuba Street, Te Aro
Matterhorn cannot be pigeonholed. It is both a refuge from Wellington’s late night mayhem and the maker of its own.
39 Abel Smith Street, Te Aro
The bar's ridiculously ‘gram-able courtyard is the perfect summer afternoon spot to sip on a cold one.
The Sprig & Fern Tavern
342 Tinakori Road, Thorndon
A Tinakori local.
132 Lambton Quay, Wellington
A proper British gastropub in the heart of the business district.
Dirty Little Secret
11 Dixon Street, Wellington
Not-so-secret, but for good reason.
A visit to Greymouth wouldn't be complete without having a pint at one of the town's landmarks.
Unit G02, 1 Clyde Quay Wharf, Wellington CBD
Poneke makes no apologies for being a standout brunch destination.
Dockside Restaurant & Bar
Queens Wharf, Wellington
A delectably expansive menu to enjoy in a twinkling location on the waterfront.
Hans Herzog Estate
81 Jeffries Road, Marlborough
Do a wine tasting at the cellar door, then make your way through the white rose bushes to the elegant dining room for a meal from the Michelin star-trained team of chefs.
Paris meets Aotearoa at this neat little wine bar.
The Black Sparrow
10A Majoribanks Street, Mt Victoria
The spirited little cocktail bar with a cultural sensibility, art deco outlook and a cracking drinks list.
43 Vivian St, Wellington
Mexican food with a bit of Americana flavour that snuck over the border.
31 Courtenay Place, Te Aro
Found in the former home of Ancestral, this relaxed opening presents an honest reflection of Pacific cuisine.
242 Cuba Street, Te Aro
This laundromat turned gig venue is an absolute gem waiting for you to visit.