Arts

Council still mindful of need for theatre support

Supporting the continuation and development of local theatre has been top of mind for Dunedin City Council arts adviser Cara Paterson since the closure...

Renowned Brodsky Quartet to play vibrant works in Dunedin concert

The world-renowned Brodsky Quartet will present five exciting, boundary-pushing works in their Dunedin performance this week. Known for pushing the musical boundaries of the string...

‘Opera for anyone, anywhere’

A desire to share the joys of opera with everyone is the foundation of newly formed musical venture Opera Here. The brainchild of Dunedin opera...

Shimmering work brings “southern lights” to life

Tahu-nui-a-Rangi (Aurora Australis), by Gareth Farr Dr Heleen du Plessis (cello), Yoshiko Tsuruta (marimba), and Dr Ian Griffin (imagery) Otago Museum Perpetual Guardian Planetarium - Saturday,...

Festival boasts 36 events

Literature is in the air in Dunedin this week, with talented writers from across New Zealand and around the world arriving for the fourth...

Country singer singer breaks second-place spell

The tide has finally turned for a Dunedin country music singer. Musician Casey Dixon (nee Clydesdale) was named the supreme senior overall prize at the...

Work on show in ‘Tally Ho! 3’

Over the course of the past several years, Dr Graeme Downes has delved deeply into the heart of Dunedin music to create new versions...

Tying herself in a ‘Windsor’ knot

One of Shakespeare's most infamous characters is coming to Dunedin. Sir John Falstaff, the drinking, bawdy knight, will be played by award-winning actress Katie Boyle,...

Fringe Festival filled with gems

After 11 days of full-on arts events, from theatre, comedy, music, and dance, to visual arts, the Dunedin Fringe Festival has come to an...

Festival announces ‘cracking’ line-up

International stars of the literary world will rub shoulders with national and local writers in a "cracking good line-up" for the 2019 Dunedin Writers...

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