Fe29 Gallery is displaying a group of paintings by Southland-born artist Jim Tomlin, created between the mid-1970s and 2000.
A familiar face from our TV news and current affairs programmes, Ian Sinclair has always had a passion for flamenco guitar. He tells Rebecca Fox how Spanish guitar music has influenced his life.
Sixty years after The Glass Menagerie was first performed at Dunedin’s Globe Theatre, it is being revisited. Rebecca Fox talks to director Joseph Cecchi and chairman Keith Scott.
Bunny Wailer, the Jamaican reggae singer who formed the Wailers with Bob Marley and Peter Tosh and was the last surviving founding member, has died at a hospital after suffering a stroke. He was 73.
The Australian entertainment industry is reeling from the sudden death of promoter and music label boss Michael Gudinski.
A Kiwi film about separation and connection has arrived at just the right moment, its co-director tells Tom McKinlay.
Hilary Barry has taken to social media to clarify what she meant during a Seven Sharp segment last night, after the closed captions gave viewers a much different message to what she had actually said.
With the title ‘‘Aids for Black Magick’’, the visitor is invited to view the work of Nick Harte and Michael Morley through the lens of the occult.
Rock great Bruce Springsteen has been fined $US500 for consuming alcohol at a New Jersey beach, but had drunken driving and reckless driving charges dropped.
Dunedin actor Peter Hayden has long wanted to work with top NZ director and choreographer Sara Brodie again, so the NZSO's production of The Soldier’s Tale was too good an opportunity to miss.
Most students at some time have had the urge to tear up their study notes and texts but Karley Parker actually did it - in the name of art, of course.
NZ international singers Anna Leese and Simon O’Neill delivered thrilling performances at the Dunedin Town Hall from operas they have sung in prestigious venues such as Covent Garden and New York’s Metropolitan Opera.
The Little Things is an old-school, mid-budget thriller - but an enjoyable enough time-waster, writes Jeremy Quinn
There are two things that get me out of bed in the morning: music and reality TV. So you can imagine my excitement when it was announced that Dave Borrie, local Radio 1 DJ and musician (The Shitz,...
"Picnic", John Z. Robinson(Moray Gallery)Moray Gallery is easing into the year with a short series of one-week exhibitions. One of those is "Picnic", an interesting collection of work by John Z....
In a rare event, the Dunedin Symphony Orchestra is dedicating a full concert to opera featuring home-grown talent with international credentials — Anna Leese and Simon O’Neill. Rebecca Fox...
This week’s sharp reminder of Covid-19’s unpredictability will have Dunedin artist Marie Strauss’ audience looking at her latest work with fresh eyes. Strauss explains to Rebecca Fox about the...
Megan Huffadine's work has long paid homage to Wunderkammer, the cabinets of curiosities that collated artefacts from geology, natural history, archaeology, antiques and artworks.