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LATE: Season eight

Past Event
Aug - Nov 2015
Events Centre, $20, Concessions available

Image (detail): Peter Madden, Island Stories installation, in Taku Tāmaki Auckland Stories.

Auckland War Memorial Museum - Tāmaki Paenga Hira.

This year, 175 years since the founding of Auckland city, LATE delves into all things Tāmaki Makaurau.

Enjoy this series of curated evenings, which include panel discussions, live performances and late-night exhibition openings. Delicious food and drink available.

Booking information

Bookings recommended. Door sales subject to availability. Book at ticket desks, +64 9 306 7048 or online.

A booking fee of $3 applies to each offsite transaction.

  • LATE: Songs of the City

    Past Event
    Tue 11 Aug 2015, 5.30pm - 9.30pm, Doors open 5.30pm
    Events Centre, Adults $20, Museum Institute and Circle members $10

    Hear about music inspired by or created in Auckland. Explore the city’s vibrant music scene with some of the people and performers behind it.

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  • LATE: City of Shadows

    Past Event
    Mon 14 Sep 2015, 6pm - 9pm
    Events Centre, Adults $20, Museum Institute and Circle members $10

    Shed light on Auckland's hidden world. Characters and stories of sex, drugs, crime and politics are revealed from the shadows of K Road to the opium dens of Greys Avenue.

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  • LATE: Auckland Eats Itself

    Past Event
    Tue 13 Oct 2015, 6pm - 9pm
    Atrium, Adults $20, Museum Institute and Circle members $10

    From the spicy smells of Dominion Road and Sandringham to the top restaurants in town, get a taste of Auckland's ever-changing food landscape.

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  • LATE: Auckland as an Island

    Past Event
    Mon 9 Nov 2015, 6pm - 9pm
    Events Centre, Adults $20, Museum Institute and Circle members $10

    Our city is forever shaped by people with ideas. Hear from some of Auckland’s sharpest minds as we explore the next five years and the city’s future.

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