The Devil takes centre stage in the Dunedin Fringe Festival tonight.
Irish comedian Aindrias de Staic is not joking when he says the fringe festival has found a natural home in Dunedin.
If you have been sleeping a little more soundly than usual lately, there is a very good reason for it.
The Footnote Dance company came to town yesterday to present a premiere tomorrow which promises to be a fascinating commentary on contemporary New Zealand culture.
The Dunedin Fringe Festival goes to the movies tonight for one of its traditional highlights, the Night Vision drive-in short film festival in the Countdown central car park.
The art of sculpture takes many forms and directions. For a Franz Josef sculptor it includes preparing her materials by driving over them in a four-wheel-drive.
The April 28, 1869, birth date of Dunedin artist Frances Hodgkins was celebrated in style yesterday when one of her most significant paintings was returned to Dunedin.
Even for an artist, Martin Thompson is a bit different. The former Wellington street character was thrust into the international spotlight three years ago.
The bad boy of jazz will be blowing his own trumpet in Dunedin next week. A dark dramatisation of the late jazz great Chet Baker's life, Like Someone in Love, opens in the Fortune Theatre on Tuesday.
They say nostalgia is not what it used to be, but two Dunedin musicians who describe themselves as ‘‘ageing rockers'' are hoping to recapture the past.
Val Webb, of Dunedin, won first prize at the Otago Art Society's 2008 Hope and Sons Art Awards at a ceremony in the Dunedin Railway Station last night.
Steev Peyroux is much more than a constructed name. Nigel Benson meets an artist who makes the ordinary extraordinary.
Burning gods and battling Christians: it's all in a day's work for a Cook Islands artist. Nigel Benson meets Mahiriki Tangaroa.