The UXBRIDGE theatre (originally a church) is a unique space with character and lots of warmth. It’s a specific space designed for all entertainment and performing arts, also enjoying a ‘state of the art’ sound and lighting system that enhances the original acoustics of the building from past times. The theatre makes a fantastic hire space for any performers who want an intimate and superior place to perform. We deliver limited UXBRIDGE events but if you think we could sell-out your performance then please enquire now. 2020 is shaping up to be a great year!




Maggie Ding, a soprano singer from Beijing, graduated from the Conservatory of Music of China Capital Normal University.

Maggie is currently the Deputy Dean of the New Zealand Institute of Culture and Art and a music professor. She has trained a large number of music talents and singing golden eagles. Represented New Zealand in mainland China, including Hong Kong, China and the United States to participate in the competition and won the bronze medal!

SATURDAY 1 FEBRUARY, 2:00PM – 4:00PM  TICKETS $15 (unallocated seating) 

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CARTOON MOVIES FOR CHILDREN:  Free to attend but bookings are essential, limited space.

大闹天宫   SATURDAY 1 FEBRUARY       4:00PM – 5:30PM (free)

哪吒闹海   SUNDAY 2 FEBRUARY          10:00AM – 11:00AM (free)

大闹天宫   SATURDAY 8 FEBRUARY      10:00AM – 11:30AM (free)

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New Zealand Chinese Comedy and Folk art Society Inc. is a local comedy performance group specialised in Crosstalk (Xiang Sheng相声)-a form of traditional Chinese stand-up comedy normally delivered by actors in pairs . Having existed for 150 years of history, Crosstalk has become a recognised symbol of the traditional Chinese culture .

The members come from different backgrounds but share the same enthusiasm of Crosstalk and talents in performance. It was Crosstalk that glued these ‘old’ boys together since 2017. Their shows are mainly based on traditional scripts yet with new contents dedicated to local Chinese community.

The show will be in Mandarin and around two hours. Laughter guaranteed!

SATURDAY 8 FEBRUARY,1:30PM – 3:30PM  TICKETS $18 (unallocated seating) 

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BRENDAN DOOLEY – Comedy Magician

Brendan Dooley is fast becoming one of the World’s Top Young Magicians; being described by the New Zealand Press as “A New Generation Of Talent Already Snapping The Heels Of Established Acts.”

Brendan was recently made the recipient of NZ’s Top Comedy Magician Award, making him the youngest ever to receive it. He constantly travels around New Zealand, Australia, and Asia, appearing at high end corporate events, conferences, festivals, private events, and on touring shows.

Most recently Brendan was cast on the prestigious touring show “World Festival of Magic” as the youngest member of the cast. This show has brought the world’s top magic and variety acts to Australia and New Zealand for the past 30 years.

“Our team are STILL talking about the show – we loved it” – Harcourts Real Estate.

“Fantastic show, got everyone up and laughing” – Hewlett Packard Enterprises.

And if you’re still not convinced; You can read the Brendan’s latest review here.

WEDNESDAY 25 MARCH, 6:30PM – 8:00PM          TICKETS FROM ONLY $18

 Family tickets $85 (2 Adults/3 Children) available on site at customer services or phone 535 6467


St Andrew’s Big Band (SABB) makes a welcome return to UXBRIDGE to present a special tribute to the legendary Duke Ellington. Following on from SABB’s tribute to Count Basie in 2019 the band are excited to present a concert dedicated to the genius of Duke Ellington – one of the greatest jazz composers and band leaders of all time whose recordings remain among the most popular jazz of the big-band era. The programme will include some of his biggest hits including “Take the ‘A’ Train”, “In A Mellow Tone”, “I’m Beginning To See the Light” and “It Don’t Mean A Thing (If It Ain’t Got That Swing)”. Tickets are $15 with proceeds going to local charities.


At the crossroads where Americana meets country rock and the blues one of New Zealand’s finest live and recording acts. A tight, powerful blend of rock-infused country blues, The DeSotos are equally at home at an outdoor festival, winery or performance venue. The band can also strip it back to acoustic form to suit more intimate occasions.




An instant hit when it premiered, The Daylight Atheist by award-winning satirical cartoonist Tom Scott, stars Michael Hurst in a not-to-be-missed repertoire experience.

Ageing Irish raconteur Danny Moffat retreats from the harsh light of the world to his bedroom. There, under hoardings of old newspapers and beer bottles, he sorts through a lifetime of memories and regrets, from growing up as a boy in Ireland, to the hopes and disappointments of immigration to New Zealand.

Tom Scott’s wonderfully inventive and fiercely funny play is a stirring portrait of his father, a deeply flawed yet charismatic bloke.

“Has its audience roaring with laughter” – The Age, Melbourne.   Contains strong language.