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June 2017

Garage Project 2017 Grape Harvest Launch

June 1, 2017 @ 6:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Garage Project are launching three new beers at the Space Academy on June 1st. Sauvin Nouveau 8.5% - 2017 grape harvest release. NZ hopped pilsner fermented with sauvignon grape juice from Palliser Estate Winery ( Martinborough ). dry finish with floral and fruity notes.   Rose De La Vallee 9% - 2017 grape harvest release. Crisp pilsner with freshly crushed pinot noir grape juice and rested on pinot noir grape skins for two days. The grapes and juice from Escarpment…

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Hiboux & Triumphs & No Broadcast

June 2, 2017 @ 9:00 pm

LIFE IS NOISE PUBLICITY PRESENTS: HIBOUX (NZ) COMMAND THE EARTH TO SWALLOW ME UP AUS/NZ ALBUM TOUR - JUNE/JULY WITH GUESTS TRIUMPHS & NO BROADCAST LIFE IS NOISE Publicity is proud to announce that Hiboux have locked in dates for their upcoming Australian and New Zealand tour, taking their entrancing instrumental post-rock to selected venues across June and July. With New Zealand’s post-rock scene becoming more and more prominent every day, Hiboux recently broke forth with an epic volume to…

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June 3, 2017 @ 4:00 pm


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Catalyst: A Poetic Odyssey – poetry open mic

June 7, 2017 @ 7:00 pm

There's a microphone. It's open. There'll be poets. Maybe poetry. You get the picture. BYO poetry, open minds, koha money.

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How We Survive

June 10, 2017 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

How We Survive is a feminist spoken word performance featuring internationally acclaimed poets Olivia Hall and Carrie Rudzinski. This two woman show presents a powerful and honest narrative on what is to be a woman living and surviving in 2017. Coming to Christchurch for a special one night event, How We Survive powerfully addresses social issues ranging from rape culture to body image to Hermione as a feminist role model. After four sold-out performances in 2016, How We Survive returns…

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100% Pure Aotearoa

June 14, 2017 @ 6:00 pm

We hear all the time about New Zealand’s 100% pure brand, and that we aren’t really as pure as we like to tell the rest of the world we are. We know we’re not perfect. Are really doing as badly as what we hear in the media? And what are the solutions and some of the things we can do today that will restore the health of our environment for us and our children and grandchildren? Come and talk with…

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Dr. Sketchy’s: Bon Appétit!

June 21, 2017 @ 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm

Dr. Sketchy’s is serving up a saucy night of life drawing like no other. A celebration of food, foodies and moist sticky buns. We’re cooking up a storm, an Aurora Storm that is! The delectable Aurora Storm will be plating up some poses for you to draw. Word has spread about Aurora’s antics, she really is the toast of the town. She’s as cool as a cucumber, hot just like an oven, and sweet as pie. She’s got the recipe…

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Flash in the Pan – National Flash Fiction Day 2017 Christchurch

June 22, 2017 @ 6:00 pm

Prize givings, guest readers and more! Come hear the winning stories from this year's national competition. All are welcome! Special guests: Heather McQuillan, NFFD 2017 judge, youth category, and winner of the 2017 NFFD competition Come celebrate with us! Because life is short. And so is some of the best fiction. https://nationalflash.org/

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July 2017

Glass Vaults ‘The New Happy’ Release Tour

July 7, 2017 @ 8:00 pm

Having recently released singles 'Brooklyn' and 'Bleached Blonde' Wellington-based outfit Glass Vaults have now let loose their second studio album The New Happy. The record follows on the footsteps of the group's 2014 offering Sojourn, but sees them reach even deeper into a world of swirling psychedelic indie-pop to pull out nine-songs set to tickle the senses. Earlier this year the band told Clash in an interview that the record "looks not to emulate a sexual high, but a deeper, euphoric wave,…

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Introduction to Political Economy: Wage Labour & Capital

July 11, 2017 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

"The rock upon which the best economists were stranded as long as they started out from the value of labour, vanishes as soon as we make our starting-point the value of labour-power. Labour-power is, in our present-day capitalist society, a commodity like every other commodity, but yet a very peculiar commodity. It has, namely, the peculiarity of being a value-creating force, the source of value, and, moreover, when properly treated, the source of more value than it possesses itself." -Engels,…

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