Visiting Dunedin Chinese Garden
yesterday are guqin player Wu Na (left) and opera singer Dong
Actor Michael Hurst relaxes on the set of his solo show No
Holds Bard at the Fortune Theatre yesterday.
The moment Belgian singer Micheline Van Hautem walked from
the back of Glenroy Auditorium singing, she owned the room.
A rollercoaster play about a Dunedin hero has come home.
People seeking ''silliness'' should watch Auckland composer
and performer Robbie Ellis at St Paul's Cathedral at 1pm
today, as part of Arts Festival Dunedin.
Atamira Dance company artistic director Moss Patterson
(front) leads (from left) Heather Grant, Koren Allpress, Kate
Sullivan, Swaroopa Unni and Miriam Marler in a workshop
yesterday at the University of Otago's physical education
A theatre work was born when a Tongan woman became tired of
performing as other nationalities and never her own.
Belgian singer Micheline Van Hautem tests her swing in the
Glenroy Auditorium yesterday before her first Arts Festival
The owners of Bellamys Gallery in Macandrew Bay celebrated
its 20th anniversary last night by opening an Arts Festival
We are in the thick of Arts Festival Dunedin and the first
three nights have had audiences stamping on floors demanding
encores and guffawing with uncontrolled laughter.
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