• Lorde and Lucy Stuart.

Kia ora koutou

Congratulations from the Rose Centre for making it to RED

The Rose Centre is open for business. Red means vaccinated groups up to 100 may book any of our spaces. *Note: the theatre may still only take half-house.

2022 bookings are now open! March is our $10 an hour discount month for groups to develop new theatre work. We are taking bookings from artists and speakers, community and theatre groups for 2022.

The Rose Centre will be an Auckland Fringe Festival venue (Northern Satellite) in September 2022. Contact us for a kōrero.

Kōrero mai / talk to me about your crazy idea. (Geoff) manager@rosecentre.co.nz or (Tasha) bookings@rosecentre.co.nz

Teens! Got an idea?  Pitch it – let’s do it.

In January we begin our new hire fees plan, designed to make hiring the Rose Centre easy and pain free.

I’ve been meeting community and theatre people on the deck over November, getting ready for an energy-filled year at The Rose Centre. Musical theatre, comedy, youth theatre, the Auckland Fringe Festival – it’s all coming to the 'jewel of the peninsula' – Te Whare Tapere o te Rōhi. The Rose Centre.

The Rose Centre

Community & Performing Arts Co-ordinator

Are you passionate about the potential of grassroots community development and the performing arts?

The Rose Centre in Belmont has a new role for a proven Shore local advocate who wants success to look like a buzzing, vibrant, diverse and busy centre.

What you need

  • A good head for contracts, systems and social media.
  • Good comminication skills and the ability to work in a team.
  • A passion for NFP.

Hours and pay:

12 hrs per week / Day and a 1/2  @$30 per hour



Applications close 5th February

Kia pai tā koutou Kirihimete, kia roa tā koutou whakatā raumati.

Have a good Christmas and a long summer break.

From the Rose Team.

Issue 126 December-January 2021