Showing that age is no barrier to creative contemporary dance, Rebound Dance Company is making its debut at the Dunedin Arts Festival.
The reality of his health problems hit home for Simon Gault a few years ago, and now he is on a mission to pass on the information he has learned in his quest for better health.
Sweatshop is giving culturally and linguistically diverse emerging writers from Western Sydney a voice. Ahead of their trip to Dunedin, Winnie Dunn and Shirley Le tell Rebecca Fox about their journeys.
About 220 musicians will take to the Dunedin Town Hall stage for the Dunedin Symphony Orchestra’s performance of Carmina Burana. Rebecca Fox talks to soprano soloist Natasha Wilson.
Four Dunedin artists — Kim Pieters, Aroha Novak, Charlotte Parallel and Megan Brady — are transforming spaces at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery in very different ways in an exhibition celebrating...
Opera Don Giovanni draws former Dunedin singer Robert Tucker back to the city while it brings Australian baritone Adam Jon here for the first time.
From Dunedin dance student to showgirl, Jessica Hart is passionate about the creative, beautiful art form. She tells Rebecca Fox about her road to heels and feathers.
A short break in our biggest city this winter can offer a relaxing and, if you are lucky, sunny time away. Rebecca Fox discovers Auckland’s less well-known foodie spots.
A 19th-century copy of a baroque marble sculpture of David has inspired Dunedin Public Art Gallery curator Lucy Hammonds to look at the way contemporary New Zealand artists use ‘‘textiles’’ in...
Italy’s Ensemble Zefiro has a cult following for its music played on 17th- and 18th-century woodwind instruments. Rebecca Fox talks to founder Alberto Grazzi.
An idea to start a consultancy half a world away is developing into a mission to change the way people think and eat for nutritionist Anna DeMello.
A Dunedin-born artist is one of four nominees for New Zealand’s top art award, the Walters Prize. Rebecca Fox asked Jacqueline Fraser about her work.
Dunedin hosted the filming of a movie about American poet Sylvia Plath 13 years ago. Now, the city will hold the Australasian premiere of a play based on her poetry.
Returning to their homeland is important for two Kiwi musicians based in Sweden. Anna McGregor tells Rebecca Fox about promoting New Zealand music through the Klara Kollektiv.
Dunedin artists Miranda Bellamy and Robert West have made the finals of NZ's premier drawing award, the Parkin Drawing Prize 2018. Rebecca Fox talks to them about their work.
Having just given his inaugural professorial lecture, David Bell looks back on the place of art education in New Zealand. He tells Rebecca Fox about the changes that have taken place.
A new book looks at the world’s best coffee experiences - including New Zealand’s. Rebecca Fox discovers Dunedin misses the cut.
Elizabeth Sneyd and Craig Utting had one goal - to make a music education accessible to everyone. Five years on, Liz tells Rebecca Fox about the programme’s success.
For the first time in Dunedin’s Science Festival, science and dance will collaborate in an exploration of the Matariki constellation.
The last time Dunedin audiences saw Jack Buchanan in action he was in over his head as Bertie in Jeeves and Wooster at the Fortune Theatre. He tells Rebecca Fox his latest role is even more madcap.