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Baycourt Addison Theatre 38 Durham Street, Tauranga, New Zealand

Presented by Opus Orchestra Hairy Maclary’s Greatest Hits is a concert for the whole family to celebrate the 40th birthday of Aotearoa’s favourite dog! Prepare to be mesmerised by the enchanting characters from Lynley Dodd's much-loved stories come alive through captivating melodies composed by the talented Jan Bolton. Accompanied by the acclaimed singer Jackie Clarke and Opus ... Read more

Event Series Whakatane Library – Outreach

Whakatane Library – Outreach

49 Kakahoroa Drive, Whakatane 49 Kakahoroa Drive,, Whakatane

The aim of the drop-in centre would be to provide an environment where people can come and meet up, have a chat over a cup of tea while at the same time accessing our free information and support service. It would also provide the opportunity for some of the more ... Read more

Mental Health and Addiction Debate

Wellington College 15 Dufferin Street, Mt Victoria, Wellington, New Zealand

Ahead of the 2023 General Election which will be held on Saturday 14 October, come and engage with representatives from all leading political parties on their actions and priorities for mental health and addiction. Hear what political parties have to say: About their stance, policies, and actions for mental health and ... Read more

Event Series Roald Dahl’s The Twits NZSL Interpreted

Roald Dahl’s The Twits NZSL Interpreted

The PumpHouse Theatre, Takapuna 2a Manurere Avenue, Takapuna, Auckland, New Zealand

A witty, twitty Roald Dahl creation Roald Dahl continues to delight readers of all ages, and now Tim Bray Theatre company brings this iconic story to you live on stage! This show is called The Twits. It’s based on the book called The Twits by Roald Dahl. Mr and Mrs Twit ... Read more


Disability 2023 Election Forum

Te Wharewaka 2 Taranaki Street, Wellington, New Zealand

Register here: the online iform to register for the election forum Are you a disabled voter seeking to make your voice heard ahead of this year’s election? Come along to IHC’s 2023 Election Forum featuring politicians from a range of parties. Designed specifically for disabled voters like you, this free ... Read more

5 slices of another life – Development season

Bats 1 Kent Terrace, Wellington, New Zealand

Two women wait to be rescued from a burning building. Another finds salvation in a box of chickens. Things get awkward in a cafe. A detective investigates himself, and a blind seer delivers one last prophecy. Five new Kiwi short plays, written by and featuring disabled and neurodiverse folk – ... Read more

Mental Health Resilience Talk

MainPower Stadium Indoor Centre 289 Coldstream Road, Rangiora, New Zealand

Our world is changing and having an impact on many. Lance will speak about those effects and how to cope from what the latest research and neuroscience reveals. He will cover topics on; why it is that many people are feeling overwhelmed, changing emotions, having unwanted thoughts & feelings, and ... Read more

Leaving No One Behind: Don’t Forget Deaf Women! Importance of Reproductive Rights of Deaf Women and Sign Language-based Communication

Online Event

An estimated 750 million persons live in Asia and the Pacific with some form of disability. Amongst them, Deaf women tend to be left behind. Indeed, Deaf women tend not to be allowed to make their own decisions about their reproductive health, including family planning. They experience more unwanted pregnancies. ... Read more

Katherine Mansfield Centenary: Author Talk with Redmer Yska

Karori Library 247 Karori Road, Wellington

Join us for a special discussion on iconic writer Katherine Mansfield at Karori Library on Thursday November 30th, 6-7pm. Redmer Yska, author of ‘Katherine Mansfield’s Europe: Station to Station’ will be joined by our Local & NZ History Specialist Gábor Tóth to deep dive into Mansfield’s words, travels and her ... Read more