Still, Like Air, I’ll Rise
ST PAUL St Gallery One and Two, until Fri 31 Mar Twenty-six years ago, prominent artist Lisa Reihana created her short film Wog Features – a music-videostyle piece incorporating animation – to play on cultural stereotypes. Still, Like Air, I’ll Rise revi
Raiders of the Lost Ark – Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra
If you’re an Indiana Jones fan, then this is your jam. The epic film will play alongside live music by the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra.
Artists in Eden
Essex Reserve in Mount Eden Village will become a flurry of paint, pencils and pens for Artists in Eden: a day where 40 artists produce art on site then auction it off to the public. This year the event celebrates 30 years. Essex Reserve, Sat 18 Mar
Silo Cinema: Thelma & Louise
Silo Cinema’s summer movie season finishes up at the end of this month (the last night is 31 March), so make the most of having your Friday nights sorted with this Ridley Scott classic.
Basement Theatre, Tue 28 Mar– Sat 8 Apr
Following a sell-out season in 2016, FLAPS is back with more vaginachat than ever. The visceral devised work explores the female experience through netherregion discourse and a hefty dose of nudity. Lower Greys Ave, central city
Every Brilliant Thing
Q Theatre, Tue 21–Sun 26 Mar
This one-man show is a comedy, yet its subject couldn’t be more serious. Created in Scotland and performed by James Rowland, Every Brilliant Thing brings depression to the stage: a young boy makes a list of all his favourite things in the world to help cheer up his sad mum. 305 Queen St, central city