When the "Kerikeri old girls network" hooked Barnaby Olson up with a job in Turkey, little did he know it would provide him with a perfect traveller’s tale.
The chance to work on an opera she loves was enough to send Fiona McAndrew back to bed, reports Rebecca Fox.
A Dunedin Arts Festival show is set to celebrate the man who turned "wallpaper music" into a true and significant art form. DSO arts administrator Feby Idrus tells reporter Molly Houseman what the audience can expect from Beethoven’s Big Bash.
More than a year after it was created in the South, the theatre show Owls Do Cry is on tour again, this time including a performance in the city.
Three albums into The Chills’ comeback, Martin Phillipps says he feels like he can finally relax a bit. Tom McKinlay reports.
REVIEW: Fierce, colourful, loud and explosive, Wild Dogs under My Skirt mercilessly attacks the “Pacific princess’’ image.
REVIEW: The F Word is a history lesson in feminism, women’s liberation and ultimately a celebration of female empowerment.
A documentary theatre project coming to Dunedin will bring into focus the many forms of cultural misrepresentation, discrimination and invisibility that exists around Chinese identity.
Babies and pre-schoolers were entertained with arrangements of well-known classical music excerpts at a fun festival event at St Paul's Cathedral.
For Otago fans of dance there is a plethora of opportunities to get your fill of contemporary movement, thanks to the Dunedin Arts Festival and the Festival of Colour.
Giving herself an excuse to sing the songs of her favourite country music artists has been a bonus for Tami Neilson, but the real reason behind her latest show is to lift the lid on gender inequality in country music.
A new play to debut at the Dunedin Arts Festival is not about telling the truth, but might have truths to tell, writes Tom McKinlay.
New Zealand pianist Stephen De Pledge performs during the St Paul’s at One concert at Dunedin’s St Paul’s Cathedral yesterday afternoon.
Twirling LED poi during rehearsals for the show Wairua, before its premiere in the Dunedin Arts Festival last night, is New Zealand dancer and choreographer Taiaroa Royal.
NZ opera singer Anna Leese is curator for the 2021 Dunedin Arts Festival show St Paul’s at One. She talks about her busy life as a mother, wife, artist, music teacher and part-time student.
Top New Zealand dancer and choreographer Taiaroa Royal is re-establishing his connection to Otakou by returning to the stage to dance in Dunedin production Wairua.