Art & Entertainment | Book Reviews | Education | Entertainment Video | Health | Lifestyle | Sport | Sport Video | Search


Matterhorn Listings You Can't Live Without!

We'll be down at Three Piece suit behind the bar this Friday at The James
caberet... come check us out, mixing drinks to a soundtrack provided by
Trinity Roots, Ebb and Fat Freddy's Drop. Tickets are on sale now from The
Matterhorn, Real Groovy and Flipside for only $25 + booking fee. See you

This week and beyond at The Matterhorn

Wednesday 21st - Jonathan Crayford and guests
Thurdsay 22nd - Expansions with B.lo - Cerebal sounds for liberated feet
Friday 23rd- Mu and Vee - Party mosters, perfect for good times Friday
night style
Saturday 24th - Zen and Tubbs - two good sorts and their records

Wednesday 28th - Twinset - Lounge and Jazz masterpieces
Thursday 29th - Expansions with B.lo - all the good vibes
Fridayn 30th - Mu and Vee - Party mosters, perfect for good times Friday
night style
Saturday 1st December - Recloose and Andy - The Jewel school meets

Wednesday 5th - Twinset - Lounge and Jazz masterpieces
Thursday 6th - Expansions with B.lo - all the good vibes
Friday 7th - Mu and Vee - Party mosters, perfect for good times Friday
night style
Saturday 8th - Maria and Clinton Smiley - Rocking good party tunes for
courtyard schmoozers

Sundays 6-8pm - Listen to Gilles Peterson Worldwide brought to you by The
Matterhorn only in New Zealand on Radio Active 89FM

also on now: The Cookie Cutter Crew exhibition, best known for their
stencils of Lenin and a monkey astronaught, Cookie Cutter are original
styled street artists who enjoy the subversive freedon of street art

© Scoop Media

Culture Headlines | Health Headlines | Education Headlines


2021: NZ To Host Women’s Rugby World Cup

New Zealand’s successful bid to host the 2021 Women’s Rugby World Cup will raise the profile of the game locally and provide a valuable economic boost for the game, Minister for Sport and Recreation Grant Robertson says. More>>


Max Rashbrooke Review: Mahler 7 - NZSO

Gustav Mahler’s Seventh Symphony may be one of the least well-known of its ilk, but Edo de Waart and the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra made a compelling case for a reassessment. They showed us a work of immense variety, surprising contrast and delicate shades of light and dark. More>>

Howard Davis Review: Strange Overtones - David Byrne's American Utopia Tour

Scotch-born singer-songwriter David Byrne starts each show on his latest world tour stroking a pink brain as he sits alone at a table in a gray three-button Kenzo suit singing a song called Here from his latest album American Utopia. More>>

Governor-General's Speech: Armistice Day 100 Years On

The response was more muted amongst our soldiers at the Front. Many received the news quietly... There was no cheering. The chaps didn’t get excited. It was just a matter of relief. We didn’t celebrate at all. More>>


Auckland Fringe Programme: A Celebration Of The Bizarre And Beautiful

Building on a huge 2018 programme that saw 492 creatives take 81 events for ventures around the city for a total of 347 performances, Auckland Fringe returns this summer, running February 19 – March 3, 2019. More>>



  • Wellington
  • Christchurch
  • Auckland