Arts

Alt-folk musician to perform

New Zealand alt-folk musician Reb Fountain is set to perform in Dunedin on Sunday. Christchurch-based Fountain will be joined by multi-instrumentalist and album producer Dave...

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CONCERTS AND SHOWS July 9: Touring stage show The Cat in the Hat is back, 10.30am and 1pm, Regent Theatre. GIGS AND COMEDY June 18: Sophie Morris presents...

Indie-jazz duo revamped

Fresh from "lockdown", indie-jazz duo Karin Reid (voice) and Alex Wolken (electric guitar) emerge with revamped material. Expanding on their previous project "Songs From Inside...

Music venues raising funds

Dunedin music venues are stepping up for their time in the limelight with the nationwide #saveourvenues fundraising campaign. Dog With Two Tails, The Crown, and...

Call for South Dunedin art submissions

A new project from the Dunedin Dream Brokerage is expanding across Otepoti, and artists, designers and writers in South Dunedin have been invited to...

Word on the Street: New Zealand Music Month

New Zealand Music Month ended on Sunday. Reporter Shawn McAvinue asked people in Dunedin what they considered to be the greatest New Zealand song...

Live comedy returns tomorrow at New Athenaeum Theatre

After almost two months of silence, Dunedin's New Athenaeum Theatre will become the first theatre in the city to welcome a live audience when...

‘Great first weekend’ for art, cultural institutions

Dunedin's major public art and cultural institutions reopened their doors on Saturday, welcoming visitors with new processes in place under Covid-19 Alert Level 2...

DCC venues deemed unaffordable

A high-level group of Dunedin arts, cultural and events organisations says the city's council venues are becoming unaffordable and too hard to access. The group...

Celebrating ‘wild world’

Dunedin's "wonderful wild world" will be celebrated in a virtual art display this weekend. The "Wild Windows and Flighty Flags" art display is the brainchild...
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