Arts

Dunlop MacTavish piece being recreated

The extraordinary work of Dunedin dancer and choreographer Shona Dunlop MacTavish is being resurrected in her memory. Dunlop MacTavish, who died in June aged 99...

What’s On October 31

CONCERTS AND FESTIVALS November 2: Otago Branch - Institute of Registered Music Teachers' Instrumental Scholarship for secondary school pupils, sessions from 5pm to 6.30pm, and...

Art group going strong almost 60 years on

Almost 60 years since it was formed, the Wakari Art Group is still going strong. From humble beginnings as a small group of art enthusiasts...

What’s On October 24

CONCERTS AND FESTIVALS November 2: Highland Harmony and Distinctive Soundz present a "Movember" fundraising concert, 8pm, St Patrick's Bascillca, Macandrew Rd. GIGS AND COMEDY Tomorrow: The Feel...

Harmony chorus takes home silver

After three years of rebuilding, Dunedin's Highland Harmony chorus is delighted to come away from the National Barbershop Convention with a silver medal. The 18-member,...

What’s On October 17

CONCERTS AND FESTIVALS Today: Operatunity presents "The Three Tenors", 11am, Mosgiel Coronation Hall. Tickets: 0508226-237 or at operatunity.co.nz Tomorrow: NEWZATS Cleveland Contemporary Vocal Awards for high...

‘Real treat’ to receive chance

Scotland's "queen of crime", Val McDermid, may be on the other side of the world to her homeland here in Dunedin, but the city's...

What’s On October 10

CONCERTS Today: St Kilda Brass end of year concert and celebration, with a mix of light and classical pieces. All welcome. Door sales, cash only. October...

What’s On October 3

CONCERTS October 3 to 6: Cellists of Otago present a CellOtago Retreat, in association with the School of Performing Arts, including involvement in Norma's 100th...

Wild Imaginings hui

Illustrators and writers of books for children and young adults will gather in Dunedin for a national hui, Wild (Writers and Illustrators Love Dunedin)...

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