Ben Allan climbs aboard for a tour of duty of the submarine-set UK murder-mystery/political thriller Vigil.
A new writing festival using one of Dunedin’s grandest historical mansions as inspiration is being held this weekend. Rebecca Fox talks to award winning NZ author Catherine Chidgey.
A new chamber music festival aims to bring classical music to the Central and Lakes Districts of Otago influenced by the area’s amazing landscapes and inspiring further creativity, Rebecca Fox finds.
There were lessons lurking just below the surface, during the making of Anya Tate- Manning’s Show Me Shorts entry, she tells Tom McKinlay.
This seems like one of those games that will either knock your socks off or leave you wondering what all the fuss is about.
Hilary Barry has blasted back at poor-spelling anti-vaxxers who have now launched a petition calling for her to be fired.
Tribute is being paid to long time Dunedin potter and educator Neil Grant with a survey exhibition and book on his life’s work. Rebecca Fox talks to author Peter Stupples about Grant’s extensive...
Local indie band Marlin’s Dreaming have just released their third studio album, and to summarise, it’s another winner.
Growing up as a rabid horror fan, obsessed with Night of the Living Dead, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, was quite the auspicious start to a lifelong career for Greg Nicotero, he tells Jeremy Quinn.
Despite the challenges of recent months the three writers involved in the Otepoti Theatre Lab Playwrights Programme will have their new works read for the public for the first time.
We live in an interesting new era of game releases. Thanks to the advent of digital distribution, if there’s something wrong with your game, no problem; just fix it with an update. This allows games to be supported easily and negates the cost of physical production.
An autopsy has confirmed actor Michael K. Williams, who played the shotgun-toting drug dealer Omar Little in the HBO crime drama “The Wire,” died of an overdose of drugs, the New York City medical...
Netflix has bought the works of Roald Dahl, including classics such as Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Matilda, in its latest content deal as the streaming service faces stiff competition from Disney+ and HBO Max.