Five things happening in Wellington tonight.
If it’s not cold enough for you already, the Wellington Ice Rink is operating today and every day until Sunday 5 August from 10:00am to 10:00pm at Odlins Plaza on Taranaki Street Wharf.
If you get moving now you may be able to make it to the 6:15pm one-off Wellington Film Society screening at the Embassy Theatre, Kent Terrace, of 2014 French movie Fidelio: Alice’s Journey, in which a 30-year-old woman engineer toughs it out among an otherwise all-male crew. Memberships can be purchased at the door,
At The Third Eye in Arthur Street, there’s the latest in a creative residency for large ensembles featuring new music by NZ composers: Jazz Aotearoa and the Third Eye present The Arthur Street Loft Orchestra. Tonight from 7:00pm to 8:00pm, it’s the music of Jasmine Lovell Smith and Jake Baxendale, with cinematic themes and reverberant variations for a 10-piece band.
Raw Meat Monday is the capital’s longest running open mic comedy night, every Monday at 8:00pm at The Fringe Bar, Allen Street.
Sadly the visit to the National Library of Helen Zaltzma, producer/presenter of the award-winning podcast The Allusionist, has been postponed due to illness. Ticket refunds are available through Eventfinda.