Arts

What’s On September 26

CONCERTS September 26: Dunedin Youth Orchestra presents "Cuckoos & Creek's Chorus", 7.30pm, Hanover Hall. September 26-29: Dunedin Performing Arts Competitions Society Senior Vocal Festival at First...

What’s On September 19

CONCERTS September 21: Dunedin Symphony Orchestra presents Michael Houstoun (piano) playing Mozart's Piano Concerto No.14, plus Brahms' Academic Festival Overture and Richard Strauss' Aus Italien,...

Ophelia reinterpreted and made the think harder

Shakespeare's Ophelia is a minor one-dimensional character in Hamlet – the epitome of goodness, obedience, innocence and frailty. Grief-stricken by the loss of her mother,...

Curtain rising on short play festival

The stage is set for a week of intensive immersion in theatre, with the Unesco Cities of Literature Short Play Festival 2019 starting today. Hosted...

What’s On September 12

CONCERTS September 13: The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra presents Transfiguration, works by Rachmaninov, Strauss and Wagner, with conductor Asher Fisch and pianist Louis Lortie, 7.30pm,...

What’s On September 5

CONCERTS September 7: "Something borrowed, something blue", St Kilda Brass Band concert, 2pm, St Peter's Caversham, Hillside Rd. Tickets at door. GIGS AND COMEDY Tomorrow: Enjoy The...

What’s On August 29

CONCERTS August 31: "Reverberation", featuring Chemical Damage, Ajax and the Washin'Up, The Tommy Gunners, Shakes and the Swell Guys, Saurian, Worn Out Jumper, Xalotl and...

What’s On August 22

CONCERTS Tomorrow to August 25: Dunedin Performing Arts Competitions Society Instrumental Festival, Hanover Hall, 65 Hanover St. Begins 5.30pm Friday; 9am Saturday and Sunday. Door...

What’s On August 15

CONCERTS August 18: Dunedin RSA Choir mid-year concert, with guests Erica Paterson, Bennett School of Ballet, Cosmic Jive Quartet and Otago Boys' and Girls' High...

Film festival to illuminate activist’s life

New Zealand documentary maker Tony Sutorius had the privilege of close access to unionist and social justice campaigner Helen Kelly for the final year...

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