EVENTS


DAFFODILS - Buy tickets online

Drama, Musical, Romance | 93mins | Rating: M Offensive language | New Zealand

A love story unlike anything you've heard before

New Zealand musical romance inspired by a true story and adapted from a stage show, featuring reworkings of classic Kiwi songs from the likes of Crowded House, Bic Runga, Dave Dobbyn, Darcy Clay and the Mint Chicks. Starring Rose McIver, George Mason and Kimbra, and from the award-winning director of Belief: The Possession of Janet Moses.

Leaving her dying father’s bedside, singer Maisie (Kimbra) rushes to perform at an indie music gig in town. But as she sings the opening song, it’s hard for her to ignore the heartfelt story she’s just been told – the story of how her dad met and fell in love with her mother, and how it all devastatingly fell apart. As the night goes on, we see the love story of Eric (Mason) and Rose (McIver) through Maisie's eyes. From the time they meet in Hamilton in 1966 to their separation in the 1980s, we follow the bittersweet nuances of a couple’s life, expressed with contemporary re-imaginings of iconic New Zealand hit songs

Sunday 5 May 7 pm ** Boutique Night **

 


RED JOAN - Buy tickets online
Drama, True Story, Biography | 1 hr 50 mins | Rated M: Sex scenes | UK

What price would you pay for peace?

Based on a true story, Oscar winner Dame Judi Dench is a British physicist who led a double life as the longest-serving British spy for the KGB. Inspired by the life of Melita Norwood, Dench plays Joan Stanley, who looks back on a lifetime of espionage intrigue that spanned half a century - from the Second World War to the year 2000. 

Sunday  2 June 7 pm **Boutique Night**

 


TECH WEEK 19 

Matrix and Inside Out will be screening at Everybody's Theatre

Everybody's Theatre will be hosting 2 movies throughout the week in support of Tech week 19

A Festival of Innovation that's good for the world

20 - 26 May 2019

In 2012, technology industry association NZTech began a Tech Innovation Week to coincide with the Hi-Tech Awards, to build enthusiasm around new technologies being developed in New Zealand.

The event's success led NZTech to join forces with Auckland’s economic development agency, Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development (ATEED), to produce TechweekAKL in 2016 – a festival of innovation ecosystem events.

TechweekAKL 2016 was an Auckland-wide festival with 55 events across 10 days, attended by 10,000 people. It was a colossal success, so in 2017, TechweekAKL became TechweekNZ: a nationwide initiative with a curated programme focused on ‘finding local answers to global questions’. Techweek'17 included 287 events in 24 locations, and hosted more than 20,000 New Zealanders and visitors over 9 days.

In 2018, the festival continued to build momentum with 540 events running across the country. 2019 will be the third iteration of the nationwide festival.

The intention behind Techweek is simple. New Zealand’s technology and innovation sectors are growing rapidly, and Techweek fosters that growth by providing the national ecosystem with a week-long opportunity for connection and cross-pollination, using an independent platform to amplify New Zealand’s unique and inspiring innovation stories to the world.