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

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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.

FLAPS Re­touched

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

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