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.
Dunedin's Globe Theatre is celebrating the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death with its first production of one of his earliest plays. Rebecca Fox talks to director Ellie Swan about The Comedy of Errors.
Like many renovations, Dunedin's Globe Theatre revamp has had its twists and turns as plans have changed and deadlines shifted. Rebecca Fox discovers the show must go on.
A love of the baroque - its architecture, painting, literature and even furniture - led Frenchman Christophe Rousset to play the harpsichord. He tells Rebecca Fox how it evolved into Les Talens Lyriques.
A ‘‘once in a lifetime opportunity'' is how artist Suzanne Emslie describes her latest artistic endeavour. She tells Rebecca Fox how she is immortalising her family as supersized clay figures.
Dunedin holds good memories for Pascal Harris so it is fitting it is here he is holding a special exhibition of his mother's work. Rebecca Fox talks to Pascal about joining his mother in the exhibition.
A chance meeting at the dog park saved Australian theatre-maker and puppeteer Lana Schwarcz's life. She tells Rebecca Fox how much she is looking forward to coming to the Dunedin Fringe Festival.
New York jazz pianist Uri Caine will play his first New Zealand concert of a 2016 tour in Dunedin next week. He tells Rebecca Fox he is not sure how New Zealand classical audiences will react to his work.
Opera Otago, the oldest opera company in continuous existence in New Zealand, turns 60 this year. Rebecca Fox takes a look at its tumultuous history.
Hidden away in the lush hinterland of the Sunshine Coast is a burgeoning artisan food industry. Helped by some insider knowledge, Rebecca Fox discovers a great alternative to a day at the beach.
While most Kiwi artists yearn to exhibit internationally, Kate Davis wanted to exhibit in New Zealand. Rebecca Fox learns why the Kiwi-born Glasgow-based artist came to Dunedin. With her...
Former rector of Waitaki Boys' High School Dr Paul Baker has turned his hand to writing plays. Rebecca Fox discovers why he cannot let his creation, Winston's Birthday, go.
International model turned financier turned young designer advocate Stefan Siegel is the man behind leading fashion website Not Just a Label. Rebecca Fox talks to the iD Emerging Designer judge about the future of fashion.
It is a programme New Zealanders deserve to see and one that should make them proud of their national ballet company, Royal New Zealand Ballet's new artistic director, Francesco Ventriglia, says. Rebecca Fox discovers the importance of the company's triple bill ‘‘Speed of Light''.
Breast cancer and mass killings are sober topics you would not normally associate with a fringe festival. However, Rebecca Fox discovers anything is possible with the Dunedin Fringe Festival.
John Foster, one of the world's leading exponents of performance on historical trumpets and cornetto, will perform in Dunedin as part of the New Zealand International Early Music Festival. Rebecca Fox finds out how he ended up with a trumpet named after him.