Events & Shows at LAF

We no longer require visitors to have a current My Vaccine Pass for entry.

However, we do require all visitors to bring and wear a mask inside the Lyttelton Arts Factory - including when attending a performance (unless medically exempt). Masks may be removed for eating and drinking.

Up and Away
Cubbin Theatre

Sat & Sun 2 & 3 July
10am, 11am & 1pm

Cubbin Theatre Company are back with Up and Away, a playful and gentle theatrical performance exclusively for babies that are not yet walking and their grown ups.

A cosy and safe atmosphere is created by way of a small number of attendees and a requirement that only pre-walking babies may attend.

Lyttelton Arts Festival
click here for all event info

Welcome to the first year of the Lyttelton Arts Festival! 8-10 July.

We've created a weekend of workshops, theatre, bands, and performance arts to celebrate and promote the vibrant and varied artistic community of Te Whakaraupō, Lyttelton, and its venues.

Our aim is to make our events affordable so that everyone has the opportunity to get along to whatever you're into.  Come along and check out something new!

LAF Education Classes 2022

TERM 2 classes start from Mon 2nd May.

Click here to check out and book for all LAF's Education class options.  Drama classes for all ages, Hip Hop for Years 5 - 8, and Music Band classes for Year 6 - 13's!

Te Radar's Antarcticana

**NEW DATES** Thu 29 & Fri 30 Sep, 7:30pm

A hilarious and informative romp through Antarctica’s fascinating past and present, telling stories of the bold and the bizarre that shaped the frozen continent.

This is a fundraising event for the rebuild of Te Ūaka The Lyttelton Museum.

Palaver

Sun 10th July, 6pm.

PALAVER /pe ‘la:ve/
VERB to talk unproductively and at length.
NOUN a show where Christchurch legend Shay Horay interviews international entertainment legends.
Tonight's guest is local legend Gary McCormick.

Events on at Other Venues

Buda with Anita Clark
plays Buda

Sat 9 July @ Lyttelton Coffee Co
8:30pm

“Since the release of his 2022 Taite Music Prize nominated album “Buda” in October last year, Luke Buda (Te Whanganui-a-Tara) has been desperate to play some sweet local music for the local crew down at the local bar!

Luke Buda and Ōtautahi Violinist Anita Clark (Motte) head out on an intimate 4 date tour to play the songs from “Buda”, as well as some old The Phoenix Foundation favourites and… if the mood is right: a Roxette cover.

Hollie Smith

Fri 8th July @ The Loons
8:00pm

After almost a year of trying to get this show on the road due to massive COVID hurdles we are finally touring Hollies number one album Coming in From The Dark LIVE!

We cannot wait for you to see the show.

 

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