Rebecca Fox

Paid to travel the world

Paid to travel the world

Christchurch born and bred, Richard Belcher enjoys coming home to perform with the string quartet Enso, he tells Rebecca Fox.

Fit for the catwalk (+ video)

Fit for the catwalk (+ video)

These are experienced shoppers and stylists. Rebecca Fox watches as a group from Otago Polytechnic's fashion school go op-shopping.

A night with Richie’s mate

A night with Richie’s mate

If anyone can bring a room to a standstill with just one word - ‘‘fellas'' - it is New Zealand actor Byron Coll. He tells Rebecca Fox how a commercial provided one of his most amazing experiences to date.

Connecting the dots

Connecting the dots

A range of domestic items most of us take for granted are getting the whitewash treatment at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery. Gallery director Cam McCracken tells Rebecca Fox about ‘‘The Obliteration Room''.

Collaboration comes full circle

Collaboration comes full circle

Burns Fellow Victor Rodger and actor Robbie Magasiva go back a long way. They tell Rebecca Fox about an upcoming reading of the play Sons.

Show keeps actors on their toes

Show keeps actors on their toes

A strong Pacific Island arts voice will be heard in Dunedin in coming weeks with Fortune's Niu Sila and a reading of Sons, Rebecca Fox says.

Cookbooks to help you savour life

Cookbooks to help you savour life

Rebecca Fox checks out cookbooks The Happy Life by Lola Berry, and The Good Life by Sally Obermeder and Maha Koraiem.

Footnote takes four choreographers’ works on tour

Footnote takes four choreographers’ works on tour

With a dancer and choreographer originally from Dunedin, Footnote Dance Company's NOW 2016 season has strong southern links, its managing director Richard Aindow tells Rebecca Fox.

NZ’s busiest actor has ‘never stopped’

NZ’s busiest actor has ‘never stopped’

As the saying goes, variety is the spice of life and no-one knows this better than veteran actor George Henare. He tells Rebecca Fox about his latest challenges.

Drawing on the past, presenting the future

Drawing on the past, presenting the future

Dunedin artist Flynn Morris-Clarke does not take his art too seriously but is still nervous about his first solo exhibition at Gallery De Novo, he tells Rebecca Fox.