Arts

Aerial silks soar in flight of fancy

The arcane field of circus arts will be showcased in a one-off performance by a Dunedin contemporary circus group this Saturday. Aerial silks specialist Rochelle...

Researcher steps into Dunedin dance history

Visiting American dancer and researcher Dr Caroline Sutton Clark has spent the past six months delving into the lives and work of Dunedin's dance...

Dunedin dance crews make hip hop finals

Dunedin's Rasa School of Dance is celebrating after two of its dance crews had strong showings at the recent Hip Hop Unite national competition in...

Wedding Present coming

For the first time in its 32-year history, British post-punk indie legend The Wedding Present will visit the South Island. On tour to promote the...

Chance to stage Bard’s work a rare pleasure

In these days of tight arts budgets, opportunities for actors to perform Shakespeare's plays have dwindled. So it is a real pleasure for Dunedin actors...

‘Space to stare at the sun’

Dunedin residents are invited to forget the winter chill and bask in the fierce glow of the sun in the latest Urban Dream Brokerage...

Play offers a new take on love story

After studying Indian Ink's play The Pickle King in Year 11, having the chance to perform the play's leading role is thrilling for New...

Armload of trophies in Gore

Dunedin singer-songwriter Jean Barkman "fantastic" weekend in Gore, walking away with an armload of trophies from the New Zealand Gold Guitar Awards. Competing in the...

Dunedin musos pay tribute to Beatles

Dunedin musicians will play tribute to the Beatles tonight at a concert celebrating the 50th anniversary of the band's Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club...

Composer in concert

Beloved works by Sibelius and Prokofiev will be performed by the Dunedin Symphony Orchestra this Saturday under the baton of Marc Taddei. American-born Taddei is the...

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