The story is simple. Eloise, who lives in Dunedin with her mum, Karen, flies to Wellington to see her dad, Dennis, who has another lady living in his house. Things go well, sort of...
An excited full house reciprocated the relaxed warmth of award-winning musician Don McGlashan at the Glenroy Auditorium on Friday evening with spontaneous sing-alongs, foot stamping, standing ovations and cheers.
The director of the 10th Arts Festival Dunedin says the 10-day event was an artistic and critical success, but he faces a nervous few weeks before discovering whether it was a financial success.
Giant balloons, flying umbrellas and air sculptures are part of a whimsical show at Arts Festival Dunedin.
Members of NZ Trio (from left) Andrew Beer, Stephen De Pledge and Ashley Brown, perform Braid at St Paul’s Cathedral yesterday.
Emotional landscapes of sound with visuals created by New Zealand design and effects facility Weta Workshop will help wind down Arts Festival Dunedin tonight.
Dunedin-based international operatic soprano Anna Leese joined local pianist and internationally renowned accompanist Terence Dennis in an outstanding recital of art songs and operatic arias in St Paul's Cathedral yesterday.
Without a doubt the best entrance into a show I have ever reviewed. In one door, out another, down some steps then up a concrete spiral staircase.
The Kugels, a Wellington band that plays klezmer, the folk music of Jewish people from Central and Eastern Europe, performs in front of an almost full St Paul's Cathedral.
By the time the show starts, actor Rob Mokaraka has greeted people individually, let everyone know that watching the show isn’t always going to be easy, and assured them that it’s “OK to cry” if things get tough.
Violinist Ioana Cristina Goicea and pianist Andrey Gugnin give an impassioned performance in front of a spellbound audience in the Glenroy Auditorium last night as part of Arts Festival 2018.