To launch New Zealand Music Month on Waiheke, Artworks is showcasing the work of Waiheke female-led bands and artists on Saturday May 1, in an event starring Briar Ross, Princess Chelsea, DJ Alisha Paul, Jemilah Ross-Hayes and Lily Atu....

Get outside and celebrate the arrival of the summer months with the Waiheke Walking Festival that begins on Saturday 17 November.  Offering over 50 walks of varying difficulty and terrain, the festival has something for everyone, according to festival manager...
Push the float out - this year’s Waiheke Christmas Parade is going to be a cracker. Waiheke Local Board is pulling out all stops to make this year’s event a success and local vineyards and businesses are donating great prizes....
United States-based Kiwi musicians and artists Maryrose and Brian Crook bring their band The Renderers and their experimental, brooding, psychedelic space rock sound to Waiheke this month. Maryrose and Brian formed The Renderers in 1988 – “We were the first...

There wasn’t much space to be found in Space Gallery on Oneroa’s main street last Friday evening, where a good-sized crowd squeezed in for the opening of the 2015 Sculpt Oneroa exhibition. The annual event, curated by artists Sally Smith...

The team of comedic improvisers who are The Waiheke Comedy troupe are committed to twanging your funny bone as often as they can and they had so much fun at last month’s Last Laughs performance that they are going...
In a tribute to the breadth of talent available on the island, Waiheke Choral Society has teamed up with Kaleidoscope Performance to present a show of epic proportions. Carl Orff’s classical composition Carmina Burana consists of 25 short movements, each...
Waiheke Comedy launches into outer space with its latest show, 2021: A Space Oddity.  Known for popular stage soap operas Ostenders and Rocky Baywatch, Waiheke Comedy members have set their phasers to stun as they take on the challenge of...
Waiheke creatives certainly put art on the map, and this weekend the island is a treasure trove to be discovered, with more than 37 creative spaces open to view. Ticket-holders for the Open Studios Weekend can also meet the...
Our weekly arts diary Three Waiheke artists, Karl Baxter, Anah Dunsheath and Bronwynne Cornish, are contenders for New Zealand’s only small sculpture prize, sponsored by Bayleys Real Estate Waiheke in conjunction with Te Motu vineyard. On Good Friday, 14 April,...