Giving diverse voices a platform is one of the goals of Dunedin theatre company Little Scorpion Productions. For its next work it has chosen to highlight women’s voices.
Ryan Dulieu will get to perform in front of his Southern-based extended family for the first time when Room on the Broom hits town. He talks to Rebecca Fox.
Artist Michel Tuffery has a soft spot for Dunedin, due in part to fond memories from his student days. He talks to Rebecca Fox about his latest project marrying his love of the environment with his...
Giving up a full-time job to sell premium ice cream in Dunedin might seem like trying to sell ice to eskimos, but Olive Tabor is living proof that taking a risk can work.
After spending two years singing in front of audiences numbering in the thousands, Amitai Pati is enjoying the intimacy of a tour of small theatres in his home country. He talks to Rebecca Fox.
With a fascination for electronics and figuring out how things work since he was a child, it is no wonder Simon Holden is chuffed his latest project has come to life. He tells Rebecca Fox what it...
Michael Coughlin has always had a soft spot for meat so it is no surprise he has put his name behind a new lamb product making waves nationally. Rebecca Fox reports.
Actor Trubie-Dylan Smith has returned to Dunedin to join his friends in the production of The Bald Soprano. Smith and director Alex Wilson tell Rebecca Fox about tackling the absurd.
Re-creating the look of the late Medieval period and the politics of Shakespeare’s time has not been without its challenges for the team at Dunedin’s Globe Theatre, finds Rebecca Fox.
Going for a walk in the mountains not only inspires Wanaka artist Sophie Melville, it also centres her. The busy mother of three tells Rebecca Fox about getting things done.
Whether it is vinyl, magnetic board, canvas or glass, Sara Hughes finds the material to create and convey her ideas. Rebecca Fox reports.
Bridget Douglas may have discovered the flute by accident and taken her time to study it but she has not looked back. Rebecca Fox talks to the Dunedin-born and bred NZSO flautist.
Art and collection items from 14 different collections across University of Otago feature in an exhibition at the Hocken. Rebecca Fox talks to curator Robyn Notman and artist Heather Straka.
The owner of a popular Dunedin restaurant damaged by fire last year is determined to reopen by this weekend.
One of New Zealand's top food and wine festivals, FAWC Hawke's Bay attracts foodies from around the country, as Rebecca Fox discovers.
When not enjoying the bounty of Hawke's Bay's food and wine festival, Rebecca Fox discovers there is plenty to do.
A collector of objects and ideas, Christchurch artist Tony de Lautour paints, sculpts and etches. He tells Rebecca Fox about how his work has changed since the city’s earthquakes.
On their 10th anniversary, circus theatre company The Dust Palace is going from strength to strength. Rebecca Fox talks to its founders about how they tell a story.
Setting up the first brass septet to play chamber music has been a challenge the members of Septura have revelled in. Rebecca Fox talks to artistic director Matthew Knight about putting brass...
Anzac Day gives us a great excuse to bake a New Zealand favourite, the Anzac biscuit. Rebecca Fox takes a look back at what baking was like during wartime.