12 Mar – 15 Mar | $28 – $88

An uplifting show from “one of the most daring and highly original dance theatre companies in the world” (The Times). Read more

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Stones In Her Mouth

4 Mar – 5 Mar | $28 – $58

This courageous new work by Lemi Ponifasio’s company MAU introduces a ten-member ensemble of Māori women who issue a powerful challenge through oratory, choral-work and dance. Read more

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The Crimson House

5 Mar – 6 Mar | $28 – $63

Enter a world where we are under constant surveillance - by God, the intelligence services, Google and Facebook. Read more

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13 Mar – 16 Mar | $43 – $48

Three generations of performers come together to explore human curiosity and physical power in this new work by Ross McCormack, a rising star of New Zealand dance. Read more

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Deca Dance

21 Feb – 24 Feb | $28 – $98

Batsheva comes to New Zealand for the first time with this vibrant collection of dance works by “one of the most original and confounding choreographers of our time” (The Chicago Tribune). Read more

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La Curva

27 Feb – 2 Mar | $28 – $78

“Touched by the kind of genius that puts him into a category of his own” (The Guardian), Israel Galván is reinventing flamenco for the 21st century. Read more

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Age-Festival Talk

14 Mar | FREE

Ross McCormack, one of New Zealand's leading young artists, will reveal the inspiration behind his new dance work, Age. Read more

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Deca Dance-Festival Talk

24 Feb | FREE

Hear more about Batsheva Dance from the artists of this acclaimed company. Read more