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We found 44 local businesses for Venue Hire in Parnell
42 Mahuhu Crescent, Auckland Central, Auckland 1010
" Vector tends to host most of the large international bands when they tour and is a great, spacious venue with plenty of good seating, if you get in early enough, and tons of standing in the main arena if you feel like dancing. It is a well oiled machine so getting in and out is a piece of cake - prepare to queue for drinks however! I've recently seen the Manic Street Preachers and The Stone Roses there, both great gigs and the sound was excellent."
Lower Greys Avenue, Auckland Central, Auckland 1010
(09) 309 7433
"I've been to a few shows at Basement Theatre lately, and thoroughly enjoy it as a venue. Their two stages are both small, making shows even more powerful and intimate, no matter what you're seeing. The staff are also really friendly and helpful - I've had friends cancel on tickets at the last minute and they've let me use them on other nights. Also, the bar's relatively well priced, with generous pours! "
"Over the last few years Basement has supported the Auckland theatre scene and helped it blossom into what it is today. The new look is amazing and classy. I love having a drink there. The staff are impossibly friendly!"
Pier 21, 11 Westhaven Drive, Auckland Central, Auckland 1010
(09) 336 8820
"Perfect for promenading your dog alongside other city slickers. If your dog like outdoor cinema even better!"
27 Galway Street, Auckland Central, Auckland 1010
(09) 551 3100
"So, this place is pretty much my metaphorical crack. Every single weekend I try not to come here in attempt to broaden my horizons with other clubs but I end up doing it every single time. "No… I swore I wouldn’t do it again.. okay maybe just a little bit". But in my (hazy, drunken) mind it seems like the best club out. The music is always good, it is always full of people of the right sorts (friendly, good looking - a rare mix), and I have never ever had a bad or even average night here. There is a basement downstairs where the "VIP" can go, or a room upstairs from the main dancefloor with a bar and couches to sit. All in all this club ticks all the boxes for me."
Level 3, 291-297 Queen Street, Auckland Central, Auckland
(0800) 10 7467
"This is a cool new bowling arena in Auckland, with a great bar, awesome food and nice, new equipment."
582 Karangahape Road, Auckland Central, Auckland
"If your little tike loves all things pink and sparkly then let their imaginations run wild at The Fairy Shop. This store is magical and not only do they cater for your little fairy but they have a range for all of those pirate loving rough and tumble littlies too. My niece absolutely loves her fairy dress and is adamant that it is the perfect dress to wear for EVERY occassion. This is an amazing store but beware, you may be bought out of house and home unable to feed yourself for the next two weeks… the little one will look super cute though."
9 Britomart Place, Auckland Central, Auckland
Shop M-16, Elliott Stables, 39 Elliott Street, Auckland Central, Auckland 1010
(09) 303 0217
"The first time I went to Besos Latinos was just after I came back to NZ from South America - and it was great. They had all the traditional cocktails, and most of the traditional cuisine - including Epanadas. I was stoked! So I went back there and had my birthday party and it was AWESOME! They baked me a special birthday cake, and gave me and my table sombreros to wear - ideal. I had a wonderful time and would go back in a heart beat."
"The taste and feel of Latin America in the heart of Auckland. Authentic and unparalleled bringing the delicious dishes from the entire Latin American culture together for you. Enjoy!"
1 High Street, Auckland Central, Auckland 1010
"No. 1 High Street used to be the infamous Met club, so it didn’t really have big shoes to fill. However, as dirty as Met was it was loved by many so when it closed down we were all gutted and expected something just as manky to take its place. But then No. 1 High Street appeared and we cautiously and warily scoped it out. It is, in my opinion, definitely one of the nicer joints in Auckland. I have only been here on nights out for dancing, not for dinner/lunch as you can do. It has a huge downstairs area for dancing which is very elegant and classy. Then the upstairs bit is available to be hired out for private functions and is the perfect place for a chit chat with your mate. I love the little touches they have put on this place like the piano that the djs play at and the beautiful bathrooms with huge mirrors. This place is very high class."
"Wednesdays are the best - half price mains with a drink. Food is delicious and so is the atmosphere!"
"We stopped into No. 1 High Street pretty late on Sarurday night after being promised $5 house drinks. I hadn’t set foot into the club since it was Met and Code. The new vintage inspired decor complete with a grand piano and old books are a far cry from the seedy, clubbers paradise that it used to be. The bar staff were friendly and efficient and the DJs were churning out the bangers. Not my usual kind of spot but it was fine for a cheap drink and a laugh."
63 Fort Street, Auckland Central, Auckland
"A real heavy-weight on the downtown scene, Atticus is the perfect blend. Spread across 2 levels, this bar, club and venue is the future, the present and the past with a hearty nod to tradition."
"Naming three ingredients and having the bartender whip up a custom cocktail especially for you beats ordering a drink off a menu any day. Atticus has really cool décor, the atmosphere is awesome and the bar staff are highly entertaining. If you’re a cocktail fan it’s a must on a night out."
50 Mayoral Drive, Auckland Central, Auckland 1010
(09) 309 2677
259 Karangahape Road, Auckland Central, Auckland 1010
"This place never fails to awe and amaze me! If you love old school rock & roll, a bit of Tina Turner, and then odd 90s & now hits thrown in for a bit of spice and you're not phazed by a rough come queer looking crowd, then this place on K Road is a great starter for a big night out! The staff are always up for a laugh and a bit of spotlight to keep the punters happy and the buzz lively. Great start!"
"Eagle Bar is my absolute favourite bar in Auckland, it’s my local, my go-to and I without fail always have a good night out. It’s the perfect little queer bar with none of that tacky and over the top decor that you may find at other bars. It’s small and quirky and has a whole lot of personality. Pro tip: The bartenders dance on the bar when you play Tina Turner’s Proud Mary on the jukebox!"
17 Galatos Street, Auckland Central, Auckland 1010
(09) 303 3148
"Take four Maori actors, dress them in suits, let them unleash their musical talents and you’ve got the makings of The Modern Māori Quartet. These four bros have come together from different corners of Aotearoa and are pushing the boundaries to bring you the premiere of their full-length show Ngā Bro E Whā at Galatos Live next month. Ngā Bro E Whā, that combines acting, singing, dancing as well as showcases playing instruments, promises a trip down memory lane into Aotearoa’s past and present but with The Modern Māori Quartet twist and flavour. This group of insanely talented Māori performers will be weaving a rich tapestry that draws from local music and stories, as well as integrating international hits throughout the ages with an evening riddled with waiata, humour and charm. “Although we are four actors who graduated from NZ Drama School’s Toi Whakaari, Ngā Bro E Whā is not your typical play. What started off as an idea that I came up with to ensure that we had work in between acting gigs, combining our love for music and acting, has gone off more than we could have ever imagined,” says James Tito (The Almighty Johnsons and Tu) the brains behind the Modern Maori Quartet. The other members of The Modern Māori Quartet are Maaka Pohatu (Taki Rua Production’s Strange Resting Places and Sydney Bridge Upside Down), Matariki Whatarau (Go Girls) and Matu Ngaropo (Māori Troilus and Cressida, Korero Mai). Ngā Bro E Whā, a play on Ngā Hau E Whā meaning the four winds, is directed by Rachel House (The Māori Troilus and Cressida, Hui), with musical direction by Tama Waipara (Fill Up The Silence Album) and choreographed by Nancy Wijohn (Atamira Dance Company). The Modern Māori Quartet who made a cameo at Everything is Ka Pai, during the recent Auckland Arts Festival, brought the house down. “But that was just a sample of what Ngā Bro E Whā is set to bring you. We have been working on the music and devising the storyline injected with heaps of humour,” says Tito. Ngā Bro E Whā is produced by Teresa Brown of Boss and is on at Galatos Live from Oct 3-9, 7 pm. Tickets: Dash Tickets, ph 0800 327 484 or see www.dashtickets.co.nz "
" With lots of live acts coming through Auckland, Galatos is really upping their game! The refurbishments over the past few years have made it into a fantastic live venue. The bar staff are polite and quick and the door staff are friendly, which actually means a lot to me! I hate feeling harassed from the moment I get to a bar. These guys are really friendly and only get serious if they need to. Tickets are generally pretty affordable too. The little bar upstairs serves as a welcome breather from the large dance floor downstairs too."