Arts

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...

Bond at heart of series

The deep, long-standing relationship between the Dunedin Symphony Orchestra and the University of Otago is at the heart of the orchestra's 2019 concert series. Launched...

Le Bon to perform tonight

Welsh musician Cate Le Bon will perform at Dunedin's 50 Gorillas tonight, as part of a five- date nationwide tour. The Star reporter Brenda Harwood made...

Film shows artist’s work in the full light of day

A documentary to celebrate a "humble" Dunedin artist is being made by her daughter. Artist and film-maker Miranda Bellamy, speaking to The Star from New...

Director programme selects Dunedin pair

Two Dunedin theatre practitioners have been selected as the first students in a prestigious, national directing course. Jordan Dickson and Shaun Swain will leave for...

Hard work to create orchestra’s home

Transforming a wreck of a building into a home for an orchestra has been a labour of love for Lloyd Williams and Cally McWha. The...

A child’s view explored in sensitive play

Prospect Park Productions presents Eloise in the Middle, by Emily Duncan Dunedin Public Art Gallery, October 2 The impact of parental separation on children is...

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