British pop singer Adele and her husband have separated, her representatives have confirmed.
The Regent Theatre was overrun with feral felines for Dunedin's only show in the 2019 Aotearoa Tour of Andrew Lloyd Webber's Cats.
You know the gaming world has got to a weird stage when the common theme of the reaction to a new game is pleasure that it is not completely broken.
Finally, the wonderful time of the year when the public holidays align and we get two gloriously long weekends to eat chocolate and acknowledge the horrors of war respectively, writes Fraser Thompson.
Robyn Paterson is bringing her one-woman show The South Afreakins to the Southland Arts Festival, and tells Rebecca Fox why it resonates with many people.
Having left Auckland behind, possibly for good, Imogen Taylor is enjoying settling in to the Dunedin lifestyle. Rebecca Fox talks to the artist about her big move south.
In this week's Art Seen, Robyn Maree Pickens looks at exhibitions from Jason Greig, Laurel Project Space, and Fiona Pardington.
Auckland two-piece BIB KIDS is nearing the end of its first national tour, a tour which involved playing to the afterschool family demographic at a waterpark one afternoon and to a crowd of seven...
Australian author Markus Zusak, who will visit Dunedin for the Writers and Readers Festival next month, talks to Ethan Stills about fans, their expectations and dealing with "sophomore slump".
This week's Wednesday lunchtime concert at Marama Hall featured a short recital of French repertoire, presented by a trio of this country's finest musicians.
In this week's Art Seen, James Dignan looks at exhibitions from Jane Shriffer, FE29 Gallery, and Ewan McDougall
Two Dunedin performers have been selected to tour New Zealand in a new ‘‘re-imagined’’ production of Andrew Lloyd-Webber’s famous musical Cats. Rebecca Fox asks what it takes to be a cat.
Hastings artist Leanne Morrison is excited about having her first solo show in Dunedin. She tells Rebecca Fox about her transition from hospitality to art.
A large audience was treated to a really exceptional performance of Brahms' dramatic and grandiose Piano Concerto No 1 by Joyce Yang. She brought to it not only a little impromptu DIY with a pesky...
ABBA say fans can expect a new song "in September or October" from the four-member Swedish pop group that broke up 37 years ago.