Divas and dance debut in Q Theatre's latest Bollywood-inspired theatre show. Photo / Supplied

Bollywood Theatre & Other Fun Things To Do This Weekend

Plus pack a picnic blanket for fun in the sun at Grey Lynn Park Festival

My Heart Goes Thadak Thadak at Q Theatre
Director Ahi Karunaharan's latest stage spectacular My Heart Goes Thadak Thadak pays homage to the 1970s Bollywood era in Bombay. Expect divas and dancing. Thursday November 21 – Saturday December 14. 305 Queen St, Auckland CBD. Tickets at Qtheatre.co.nz

Japanese Kimono Demo at Tango 
Little High St's Tango vintage is hosting a traditional Japanese kimono demonstration including authentic hair arrangement. Learn authentic tricks from two experts direct from Japan Yoko Sawa, wagami master and stylist, and Anri Aoyama, dancer and model. Free admission. Sunday November 24, 4am-6pm. 55 Little High St, off Durham Lane

Marlin's Dreaming at The Tuning Fork
Dunedin indie band Marlin's Dreaming is in town for two Auckland gigs this weekend. Catch an earlier, intimate show (R18+) at Neck of the Woods on Saturday night. All ages can head along to The Tuning Fork on Sunday. Saturday November 23 - Sunday November 24.  Tickets; Tickettailor.com, Ticketmaster.co.nz 

Grey Lynn Park Festival
Bring a picnic blanket and settle in for a day of music, art and community at this year's Grey Lynn Park Fest. Shop for crafty Christmas presents, sample snacks from the many food stalls and enjoy beats from the Base FM team. Saturday November 23, 9.30am-6pm. Williamson Ave, Grey Lynn

Flamingo Pier 'Pleasure' Dance set at Las Vegas
It's their final K Road shindig before party throwers Flamingo Pier wrap up for the year. Head to Las Vegas on Friday night for a boogie under a disco ball with Frank Booker. Friday November 22. 339 Karangahape Rd, City. Tickets at Eventbrite.co.uk

Divas and dance debut in Q Theatre's latest Bollywood-inspired theatre show. Photo / Supplied

A Short Run: A Selection of New Zealand Lathe-Cut Records
There's no better place to see seriously cool vinyl right now than Object Space. The gallery's exhibition, A Short Run, brings together a selection of lathe-cut records from the private collections of artists, musicians, bands, and small independent record labels around the country. The show curated by Luke Woods aims to explore "the intersection between music and design in the radical margins of New Zealand culture". Until Saturday November 30. 3 Rose Rd, Grey Lynn

Mini Showcase at Morningside Glasshouse
Mini (the car brand) is celebrating its 60th anniversary with a pop-up exhibition in Auckland. The two-day showcase (open to the public) held at Morningside’s Glasshouse this weekend will feature key archival pieces and "mini moments" over its history in New Zealand. Friday November 22 - Saturday November 23. 18 McDonald St, Morningside

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