Community Calendar

March 2024

DEPOT Artspace - New Principles
Saturday, 23 March - Saturday, 4 May
10:00 - 16:00

Opening: Saturday 23 March, 2pm-4pm

Our second exhibition of 2024 showcases contemporary New Zealand studio furniture. Featuring Alex Guthrie, Emile Drescher, Jeremy Evison, Josephine Jelich, Raimana Jones and Ted Synnott, this exhibition will showcase highly resolved and intensively crafted work in a time of easily accessed mass-produced furniture.
This exhibition brings furniture into the public eye not as accessories to a room, but as a highlight. In embracing the high level of craftsmanship that has been developed to create each piece, New Principles elevates furniture to objects of fine art.

Satellite 2 - Two Prophets
Sunday, 24 March - Sunday, 21 April
10:00 - 14:00

We have two ultra-significant exhibitions which reference two indigenous cultures, Moriori and Māori and their visionary leaders, Nunuku of the Rekohu and Rua Kenana of Maugapohatu.

Nunuku's Light  Paintings by Miriam Cameron Opening Sunday 24 March, 5pm
An exhibition of works by expressionist artist Miriam Cameron, whose travels to the Chatham Islands Rekohu with artist Nigel Brown and friends resulted in a series of paintings remembering Nunuku, the land, sea and sky of his people, the Moriori who lived for eight centuries under a covenant of peace and, out of this, their art, the petroglyphs and dendroglyphs of cave rock and tree.

April 2024

DEPOT Shop: Open to the public!
Friday, 5 April - Tuesday, 30 April
10:00 - 16:00

We’re very excited to be opening our gallery shop! Supporting local artists and artists from across Aotearoa, we will be selling handcrafted items, including ceramics, cards, jewellery, prints, glassware, Toi Māori, homewares, art and art publications. The gallery shop will be open to the public from Friday 5 April, so be sure to visit and support our local makers.

The Vic Open Mic Night
Thursday, 25 April - Thursday, 25 April
20:00 - 22:30

The Vic Open Mic Night
Our stage is open to poets, storytellers, musicians, magicians, and everything in between!
Contact if you are interested in performing, or just come along to support our shining stars on stage! FREE EVENT

Shhh! Motherhood, mayhem and emotional cabbage
Friday, 26 April - Saturday, 27 April
19:30 - 21:00

No way is Tina having children; her mother and grandmother were both committed with postnatal depression... but then she falls pregnant. Based on true stories, Shhh! explores one woman’s plunge into motherhood, the soothing power of cabbage, and a tango with her inner critic.

Read more here...

Presented by the Rose Centre and Funny Business, they warmly invite you to their two fundraising performances, to help raise money to take the show to Europe and the film to festivals and make both available as a mental health resource. The shows will be followed by a cast, crew and community screening of the short film, 'Unlatched', the Mockingbird film 'RecoVRy', and an optional Q&A session.


Eclectic Exhibition
Tuesday, 30 April - Sunday, 26 May

This exhibition was born out of a casual conversation with a group of friends who had previously showcased a Textile Exhibition promoting all things textile, also held at Estuary Arts some years ago. There was a bit of reminiscing about the success and fun we had.  ‘Eclectic” is the result of the conversation, which has taken on legs of its own and become very diverse.

There are 30 creatives several from the North Shore taking part in the exhibition, which will be featuring a variety of work.

  • Woodturning
  • Metal work
  • Sculpture
  • Jewellery
  • Book making
  • Photography
  • Textiles
  • Embroidery
  • Hand printed and embroidered fabric

All work on display will be as diverse as the creatives who have produced the work in their specific medium at:

Estuary Arts in Orewa 214 Hibiscus Coast Highway, Orewa 0931


Crazy for You & The Three Musketeers
Tuesday, 30 April - Saturday, 11 May
19:30 - 22:00

Westlake Productions is proud to announce the 2024 Season of Crazy for You (Gershwin) and The Three Musketeers (Dumas).

Crazy for You is musical theatre at its finest; all-singing, all-dancing and all-comedy!
The musical boasts many songs from George and Ira Gershwin that are now considered part of the Great American Songbook.

The Three Musketeers - an adaptation by Ken Kudwig of the classic novel by Alexandre Dumas – is a tale of heroism, treachery, friendships, close escapes, and above all, honour. This adaptation brilliantly combines heroism and comedy in equal measure, with critics agreeing that this is the best adaptation of the novel ever written.
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May 2024

The Rocky Horror Picture Show with Hot & Flustered Shadowcast
Friday, 3 May - Friday, 3 May
20:30 - 23:00

The Hot & Flustered Shadowcast presents The Rocky Horror Picture Show, performing the cult classic live on stage while the movie plays on-screen behind them. The true American love story, following Brad (Barry Bostwick) and Janet (Susan Sarandon), who stumble across a transvestite scientist, Dr Frank-N-Furter (Tim Curry). Through their elaborate dance and musical journey, they meet a houseful of wild characters and lose their innocence.
Get dressed up to the movie or the theme, learn the dances and enjoy this immersive theatrical experience!
Tickets include a prop kit for you to fully enjoy the participation! 
Prop kit includes: party hat, rice, party popper, playing cards, newspaper, streamers.

The Big Bike Film Night
Monday, 6 May - Monday, 6 May
19:30 - 22:00

The Big Bike Film Night is on a mission - bringing the best cycling short films from around the world together for you.
Showcasing 2.5 hours of moving bike films that have everything a cycle-centric audience could want; action, drama, humour, and plenty of inspiration. The evening is unashamedly and utterly, utterly, utterly designed and devised for the two-wheel devotee!

Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
Saturday, 11 May - Saturday, 25 May
19:30 - 21:30

Presented by Company Theatre, directed by Suzy Sampson.
Wed-Sat evening performances - 7.30pm
Sunday matinees - 2pm

Winner of 7 Olivier Awards and 5 Tony Awards, Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time by Simon Stephens is based on Mark Haddon's highly acclaimed 2002 book of the same name.

Christopher Boone, a neurodivergent teenager and mathematical savant, has his world turned upside down when he learns something shocking about his father, an event that encourages him to go on a life-changing adventure. 

The play, first staged in 2012 at the National Theatre, was extremely popular and the production subsequently moved to the West End and Broadway. The 2022 production in London was completely sold out following an acclaimed UK and international tour.  We recommend you book early if you can. 


Company Theatre

Flock in support of Woven Earth
Wednesday, 22 May - Wednesday, 22 May
19:00 - 21:00

Flock is delighted to return to the B:Hive at Smales Farm for a third evening of female speakers, speaking from the heart. Real stories, from real women. The intimate and small stories, the big and bold stories, and everything in between. Be inspired, entertained, maybe learn something along the way, but we know you’ll leave just a little richer.

All proceeds are going to Woven Earth, a charity that helps family violence survivors rebuild their lives by furnishing their houses with love and dignity to create a home for them to start the next chapter of their lives. The event is kindly sponsored by the B:Hive, Fantail & Turtle and Sculpt Gardens.

Tickets can be purchased at