Butterflies are one of the beautiful things in our world. Their short but amazing metamorphosis is something we all learn about as children.
Arts Festival Dunedin
A near-capacity house gave enthusiastic applause to both the Mike Nock Trio and the NZTrio stellar performances at the Glenroy Auditorium last night.
Penny Neilson reviews Identity Company's Out of the Box performed at Kavanagh Auditorium.
Marian Poole reviews a highly memorable performance by Cellists Aotearoa.
YOSHIKO TSURUTUMarimba Duo
Sydney actors roamed South Dunedin yesterday before performing in the New Zealand premiere of Songs for the Fallen at Mayfair Theatre last night.
Treasured Australian artist Michael Leunig ticked something off his bucket list yesterday - a visit to Dunedin.
Brothers who have flown around the world to dance are in Dunedin for an Out of the Box hip-hop performance.
University of Otago senior executant lecturer of cello Heleen Du Plessis plays Turangawaewae, which she commissioned former University of Otago student Corwin Newall to write.
The ODT asks a few questions of ArtExplore co-director Caril Cowan.
Eastern European cabaret band Mikelangelo and the Black Sea Gentlemen has finished its Arts Festival Dunedin run but primal howls of appreciation still echo around the city.
There are three excellent reasons to go to Krapp’s Last Tape.
Dunedin Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Simon Over, performed another 50th anniversary celebration in the Dunedin Town Hall on Saturday evening with a world premiere marking 100 years since the...
Kimberly Buchan reviews The Devil's Half-Acre at the Fortune Theatre.
REVIEW: Elizabeth Bouman enjoys two shows with a nautical theme.
The violin Alexander Aitken played in the trenches in the Gallipoli Campaign and at the Battle of the Somme is on display at Otago Boys’ High School. Dunedin Symphony Orchestra Gallipoli to the...
The ODT asks some questions of arts festival Dunedin performer, Mikelangelo.
Beware — the "fraudsters, con-men and charlatans" will be out in Dunedin tonight.
Mary Queen of Scots and Elizabeth I never actually met — but this hasn’t prevented Friedrich Schiller’s Mary Stuart (premiered in 1800), which imagines just such an encounter, from becoming a classic.
The cast of The Complete History of the Royal New Zealand Navy Abridged and Commander Claire and the Pirates of Provence arrive in Otago Harbour yesterday for their Arts Festival Dunedin run beginning today.