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  • Mr McGee and the Biting Flea Wednesday 5 June 2019 - Thursday 6 June 2019


    Capital E Presents Patch Theatre Company’s Mr McGee and the Biting Flea.

  • NZSO - Baroque Series - The Night Friday 7 June 2019

    As a violinist and composer, Corelli played a major role in the establishment of the Concerto Grosso, where a small group of soloists perform within a larger ensemble.

  • Mayors Music Matinee Friday 7 June 2019


    Come along and hear demanding masterpieces from history’s most celebrated composers and support New Zealand’s future virtuosos.

  • Waikato Patchworkers and Quilters Guild Saturday 8 June 2019


    We meet on the 2nd Saturday of each month at the Chartwell Cooperating Church until December 2019.

  • Opera Showcase - Encore Saturday 8 June 2019


    A selection of scenes from some of Opera's greatest moments, with choruses and arias by Mozart, Benjamin Britten, Bizet and others.

  • The Shocking Soiree - A Shocking Pink Fundraiser Saturday 8 June 2019

    Grab your mates, put on your glad rags and get ready for a fabulous night of glamour & entertainment - all for a very deserving cause!

  • Hillcrest Stadium: Transformation from the Roots Up Saturday 8 June 2019 1:00 PM - Saturday 8 June 2019 4:00 PM

    Free Family

    Every Second Saturday of the month at 1.00pm – 4.00pm (except December, January and public holidays).

  • An Unreasonable Fall of Snow Saturday 8 June 2019 7:30 PM - Saturday 8 June 2019 8:30 PM


    A bewildered young man is questioned by a ruthless interrogator, who circles like a predator, forcing him closer and closer to an awful admission.

  • NZ Fieldays Wednesday 12 June 2019 - Saturday 15 June 2019

    Family Outside Hamilton

    Fieldays is the Southern Hemisphere’s largest agricultural event and the ultimate launch platform for cutting edge technology and innovation.

  • Marilyn Waring 'The Political Years' Book Launch Wednesday 12 June 2019 5:45 PM - Wednesday 12 June 2019 7:30 PM


    Her tale of life in a male-dominated and relentlessly demanding political world is both uniquely of its time yet pressingly relevant today.