Beware — the "fraudsters, con-men and charlatans" will be out in Dunedin tonight.
Arts Festival Dunedin
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.
What’s real? What’s not? British ‘‘transmedia’’ artist Simon Wilkinson thinks outside the box for his Arts Festival Dunedin productions, writes Shane Gilchrist
A dark, magical tale of betrayal, greed and love comes home when The Devil’s Half-Acre hits the Fortune Theatre stage at the weekend.
The story of Paris’ original party girl is sure to raise some eyebrows, writes Gillian Thomas.
Sponsored Content - Songs for the Fallen, set in 19th century Paris, is a glittering piece of cabaret-style music theatre charting courtesan Marie Duplessis’s life from poverty to infamy.
The 2014 financial ledger of Arts Festival Dunedin has ''a modest surplus'' and the festival will return in 2016 with a line-up designed to attract a broader audience.
The more than 10,000 tickets sold to Arts Festival Dunedin this year put attendance rates ''on a par'' with past festivals with similar calibre artists, festival director Nicholas McBryde says.
We are in the thick of Arts Festival Dunedin and the first three nights have had audiences stamping on floors demanding encores and guffawing with uncontrolled laughter.
The moment Belgian singer Micheline Van Hautem walked from the back of Glenroy Auditorium singing, she owned the room.
The past 10 days my wife has referred to herself as the ''arts widow'' but today I return to her after being immersed in the spectrum of creativity known as Arts Festival Dunedin.
The Dunedin Town Hall was an acoustically ideal venue for yesterday's performance of Requiem For The Fallen - a profound musical commemoration of World War 1, which claimed the lives of more than...
Sustained applause from a good-sized audience in St Paul's celebrated the performance of an exquisite collection of local recent compositions and their overseas influences.
A profound reminiscence about growing up, portrayed through poetry, music and film was presented last evening in the Glenroy Auditorium by Tim Finn, one of this country's notables in the genre of popular music.
The percussion ensemble Strike performs its show Between Zero and One at the Regent Theatre last night, as part of Arts Festival Dunedin.
Debbie Vercoe (55) holds her Arts Festival Dunedin guide and tickets to Requiem for the Fallen before entering the Dunedin Town Hall yesterday.
NICHOLAS McBRYDE Festival director
The collective creative talents of five performers make up "Moving Sound", who brought colour, vibrancy, beautiful music and a touch of new age spirituality to St. Paul's cathedral on Friday evening.
What a striking performance! Right from the opening wall bouncing percussion this performance by Strike of John Psathas' Between Zero and One at the Regent theatre captured the rapport of the large and diverse audience.