Here’s what’s on for the second week of the mid year break!
- Midwinter Revelation: A concert featuring some of Chch’s hottest up-and-coming DJ’s playing the newest tracks. At Winnie Bagoes from 10pm-3am. Door sales $15, or tickets $10 from a local rep. Check out the Facebook page for more deets!
Here’s to the start of the semester break, yay! If you’re going to be staying in Christchurch, here’s what’s on next week:
- Boulevard Arts Market:
31-33 Worcester Boulevard, 9.30am-4.30pm.
An artisans market of quality locally and New Zealand made arts and crafts. This market runs 7 days a week and I’ve heard it’s great for jewellery, crafts, home wares and gifts.
- Public lecture: Why vets should support moral agency in animals:
Room 612, Karl Popper, 1-2pm.
Fiona Dalzell will be discussing the moral dilemma that vets face when treating animals. The reality of the work is different from the pre-graduation dream. The owner of the animal is the client, not the animal itself. So how should vets act when asked to ignore what’s best for the animal? Go to the lecture to learn more about Dalzell’s practical model of moral agency for animals.
- Bone Thugs-N-Harmony after-party:
R18, 11pm-3am, Dux Live.
Bone Thugs-N-Harmony are touring NZ and performing at The Foundry. Unfortunately the tickets to the show are sold out, but you can still get tickets to the after-party at Dux Live. Tickets cost $39+bf.
- Christchurch Food Trucks:
4-9pm, The Commons, 70 Kilmore St.
The first Friday of every month the food trucks come out at The Commons, with some of Christchurch’s top food vendors. Make a night of it as there’s entertainment, buskers, music and more.
- Deep Hard N Funky at The Foundry:
R18, 8pm-1am, $50 a ticket.
This mid-winter music festival features Peking Duk, Loadstar, Stookie Sound, Crnkn and more. Brought to you by V Energy with thanks to the UCSA.
- Gin Wigmore – New Rush:
8pm, CPSA Big Yellow Building, 5 Madras St, $40+bf.
Her third studio album comes out today with the awesome single New Rush. She performed this song on X Factor a few weeks back and it was epic! Will be an awesome concert for sure.
As the exam period slowly draws to a close take a look at what’s going on in Christchurch this coming week:
- Free exam breakfast:
Head to The Burg in the Undercroft between 8.30 and 10am for your free exam breakfast, first in first served!
- Niu Sila:
Written by Oscar Kightley and Dave Armstrong, this Court Theatre show about an unlikely friendship is said to be hilarious. Tickets from $23 for under 25s.
- What if…nutrition could treat mental illness?
The next What if Wednesday public lecture is from Psychology professor Julia Rucklidge who will discuss how what we eat affects our mental health. Click the link to register your attendance.
- Brooke Fraser at Isaac Theatre Royal:
On tour for her new album Brutal Romantic a pregnant Brooke Fraser returns to NZ after postponed shows earlier this year. Tickets still available, click the link above.