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.
Two very different plays — one classic, one new — hit the stage at the Globe Theatre this month. Rebecca Fox discovers their Irish connection.
Dunedin’s strong tradition in primary healthcare is being celebrated with an exhibition at the Hocken Library. Curator Andrea Bell tells Rebecca Fox about what she found in the collection’s archives.
One of the great things about living in Wanaka is its seasons, celebrity chef Annabel Langbein says.
This year's Frances Hodgkins Fellow Louise Menzies works across a variety of mediums. She tells Rebecca Fox about having the luxury of time.
A life-long love of rocks has inspired artist Chris Charteris' latest exhibition "Truth, Simplicity and Love". He tells Rebecca Fox about making things simpler.
When Royal New Zealand Ballet dancer Loughlan Prior steps out on to the stage in Oamaru, it will be the first time he has danced in one of his own works.
Francia Russell came half-way around the world to help out a former student and dancer. The American former ballet dancer and stager tells Rebecca Fox about rising through the ranks in ballet.
From classical to contemporary, Royal New Zealand Ballet dancer Katherine Minor does not miss a beat when changing styles in the company’s latest production Dancing with Mozart. She tells Rebecca...
Christchurch-born choreographer Corey Baker’s visit to the Antarctic has made climate change a reality for him. He tells Rebecca Fox how the experience influenced his latest work, The Last Dance.
Dunedin-born and raised international tenor Simon O’Neill returns to the city for his debut orchestral performance of Richard Wagner’s Wesendonck Lieder with the NZSO.
Celebrated poet and playwright James K. Baxter was often found at the Careys’ dinner table. Chris Carey tells Rebecca Fox he is really pleased Dunedin’sGlobe Theatre is taking the opportunity to re...
This week Bathgate Park School will be the first New Zealand school to join an international network of pupil-run art studio spaces.
As a hyperactive child, throwing pots helped calm him down. Ben Carter talks to Rebecca Fox about being a potter.
As a critic for The New Yorker magazine, Alex Ross is usually in the audience, taking notes for a review, but on his NZ tour he's part of the show.
Landfall’s position as New Zealand’s pre-eminent literary and art journal is being celebrated in a unique way by the Otago Arts Society.
Described as a ‘‘bright light’’ in New Zealand’s music scene, guitarist and composer Dylan Lardelli is settling in to Dunedin as the University of Otago’s 2018 Mozart Fellow.
The Hocken Library’s latest exhibition looks at cultural guardianship, the role of collecting and the library as a microcosm of the universe. Curator Andrea Bell talks about the journey from the pre-colonial era to the information age.
Former Dunedin man Jimi Wilson is part of the team creating a different kind of dance experience for Footnote Dance Company’s latest national tour. He tells Rebecca Fox about the primal process.
The variety of cheeses entered in the New Zealand Champion of Cheese Awards provide a dilemma for cooks in how to best use them. Rebecca Fox talks to cheesemakers and a chef about how they use the...