Otago Gang Show 2019 opened in Mayfair Theatre on Tuesday - a festival of youthful talent, produced by Sue and Noel Walker with Dylan Shield directing the 11-member orchestra.
Samoan grandmother Mama is lonely, and things aren’t getting any better. Her never-satisfactory husband is becoming more useless and demanding, the kids and grandkids seldom visit, and she’s just...
There may be some things that don't impress Shania Twain much but one thing is for sure - her fans certainly were left impressed by the final show of her Now Tour at Forsyth Barr Stadium.
A full house at the Glenroy Auditorium was blown away by the sheer virtuosity and rapturous engagement with the music exhibited by pianists Greg Anderson and Elizabeth Joy Roe.
REVIEW: Lorde's Dunedin show last night was an intimate spectacle in which it was unclear whether she or the audience were having a better time.
A new season at the Fortune Theatre opened on Saturday evening, with a full house to watch the award-winning Sondheim musical Into the Woods.
What You Will is Twelfth Night's alternative title, so reusing the set and creating a spin-off aimed at the school holiday market is a clever idea.
Black Grace finally returns to Dunedin with As Night Falls. This is the first time Neil Ieremia has brought this piece of work to the South Island. He had previously shown it in Auckland and then...
A one-off Anzac play proves a satisfying and thought-provoking experience.
Jonathan Lemalu, a favourite Dunedin son and a renowned bass, gave a concert of his favourite songs to a near-capacity audience at the Dunedin Town Hall last night.
A near-capacity crowd at Dunedin Town Hall on Saturday evening gave a prolonged standing ovation to a stunning performance by the City Choir Dunedin, Dunedin Symphony Orchestra and soloists under...
The Dungeon at the Athenaeum provided the perfect backdrop for The Wine Project, with its aged interior - some might say dilapidated or disused, but I say atmospheric.
The incredibly romantic but utterly heartbreaking Giselle returned to the Regent Theatre on Sunday.
With media tending to highlight mainly sporting achievements of this country’s young people, it is generally not known that New Zealand choral-singing, particularly in the 15-30 age-group, is among...
This week's Marama Hall lunchtime concert consisted of new compositions by local composers.
The village newspaper announces an impending murder, and even provides the place, date and time. Who could possibly take it seriously?
Guest performers at Wednesday's Marama Hall lunchtime concert were 15 members of the Southern Youth Choir, conducted by George Chittenden.
One of the best things about the Royal Dunedin Male Choir's Sunday afternoon concert was the full-bodied sound from the choir, even when holding their own against David Burchall at top throttle on "Norma''.
It is a long time since the Bruch Violin Concerto No 1 has been so uplifting and so riveting.
A full house at Knox Church stamped and cheered their appreciation of an exciting and well-designed programme by the Dunedin Youth Orchestra under the inspiring direction of Peter Adams.