What’s On This November

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24 October 2023

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Music, art, comedies, and festivals galore coming our way!

Martinborough Vineyard Vertical Tasting
4 November

With the special chance to join Martinborough Vineyard head winemaker, Paul Mason, this guided tasting will take you through six different vintages of iconic New Zealand Chardonnay. The Somm Cellar Door on the waterfront makes a gorgeous setting for this fine wine experience. $30 for six wine tastings. therunholder.co.nz

New Zealand Sculpture OnShore
4 –19 November

The country’s largest outdoor sculpture exhibition is back at Fort Takapuna Historic Reserve on Auckland’s North Shore after a five-year hiatus. Stroll among the cliffside display of monumental stand-alone sculptures, light and sound art works and ephemeral projects, which are all for sale, with the proceeds going to a great cause –  Women’s Refuge New Zealand. nzsculptureonshore.co.nz

The Sweet Caroline Tour: A Tribute To Neil Diamond
6 November – 16 December

This tribute show puts all those well-loved Neil Diamond tunes back on stage and into the spotlight, with the backing of a world-class band. Enjoy fan-favourites “Sweet Caroline”, “Forever In Blue Jeans”, “Red Red Wine”, “Cherry Cherry”  and more. eventfinda.co.nz

Performance Art Week Aotearoa (PAWA) 
1 – 5 November


Expect the unexpected with PAWA – this festival presents a programme of interactive, intense, and confrontational performance art, plus expert discussions, panels, workshops, and free breakfasts hosted in multiple locations across the windy city. performanceartweekaotearoa.com

Bill Bailey: Thoughtifier
4 November – 4 December


The hilarious Bill Bailey is touring for a month around 14 New Zealand locations. Fondly known for his deadpan and observational humour, and for hosting the first season of TVNZ comedy panel show Patriot Brains, Bill Bailey will take audiences on a jaunt through the human mind, amplified with the aid of music. ticketmaster.co.nz

Toast Martinborough
19 November


For 30 years, Toast Martinborough has brought thousands of visitors to Wairarapa to sample some of New Zealand’s most delicious wine and enjoy a day of food and entertainment. Twelve local vineyards are taking part in the 2023 event, across eight picturesque festival sites. To kick celebrations off early again this year, the famous Lighthouse Gin Garden Party is back in full swing at The Runholder on Saturday 18th of November — don’t miss out! toastmartinborough.co.nz

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