Must-see entertainment in Dunedin & Otago

  • Oamaru Opera House

    First opened in 1907 and now beautifully restored to its original glory, Ōamaru's opera house hosts a variety of shows, including music, dance, theatre…

  • Forsyth Barr Stadium

    Constructed for the 2011 Rugby World Cup, this is the only major stadium in NZ with a fully covered roof, and it holds 30,000 spectators. It's the home…

  • Penguin Club

    Tucked down an atmospheric alley off a 19th-century street, the Penguin’s unusual location matches its acts: everything from touring Kiwi bands to punky…

  • Fortune Theatre

    The world’s southernmost professional theatre company has been staging dramas, comedies, pantomimes, classics and contemporary NZ productions for over 40…

  • Sammy’s

    Dunedin’s premier live-music venue draws an eclectic mix of genres from noisy-as-hell punk to chilled reggae and gritty dubstep. It’s the venue of choice…

  • Rialto Cinemas

    Screens blockbusters and art-house flicks. Tickets are cheaper ($9) on Tuesdays.

  • Limelight Cinema

    Four big screens show all the latest blockbusters; cheaper on Tuesdays.

  • Metro Cinema

    Within the town hall, Metro shows mostly art-house and foreign flicks.