Arts

Film festival to screen in theatre’s ‘majestic glory’

A selection of the New Zealand International Film Festival programme is set for the big screen at Dunedin's Regent Theatre. Theatre director Sarah Anderson said...

Feature of landscape flourishes on city wall

A Dunedin artist's new mural depicts one of New Zealand's most distinctive trees. Aroha Novak was commissioned to paint a mural on the wall of...

Film salute to great driver

A feature film about a New Zealand motor racing great will premiere in Dunedin next month. Ken Smith, 60 Years at the Wheel will play...

Widower to launch wife’s poetry book

A widower is set to launch a book of his wife's award-winning poetry in central Dunedin tomorrow. Neville Carr, of Roslyn, said his wife Elizabeth...

Regent books sold through pop-up shop

The Regent Theatre and Central Rotary Club launch a pop-up fundraising book sale from today. The pop-up book sale, to be held in premises at the...

Music maps natural rhythms

Locked down together by chance, Western Australian musician and composer Robert Zielinski and Golden Bay musician Rennie Pearson had a lot of time for...

What’s On in Dunedin

CONCERTS AND SHOWS June 26: New Zealand Symphony Orchestra present free live concert Ngu Kioro . . . Harikoa Ake — celebrating togetherness, being livestreamed...

Live theatre returns with one-woman show

Dunedin's New Athenaeum Theatre (NAT) celebrates the re-launch of live theatre with a return season of one-woman play A Hundred Words for Snow Directed by Ellie...

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...

What’s On

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...
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