The 'new Hendrix' Gary Clark Jr and supermodel Nicole Trunfio are in NZ for Clark's three-date tour.
CubaDupa's Bbeals is named for the star of an old dance movie which made millions but was panned by critics.
REVIEW: New Ferrell-Hart comedy Get Hard limps along.
Island Bay's historic Empire Cinema looks set to reopen in the next few months.
The classic fairytale is remade from the inside out for modern audiences by Kenneth Branagh.
French drama 3 Hearts is about a love triangle where modern communications play a part.
A three-day music festival on Wairarapa's remote coast has attracted top musical talent from throughout the country.
Hit musical opening in Wellington gives a choice of 30 endings to Dickens' unfinished mystery.
There are some lessons to be learned from Director Kenneth Branagh's Cinderella about kindness, courage and punctuality.
French film festival darling Eden is about the 'French touch' dance music made popular by the likes of Daft Punk.
Lead violinist of one of the best string quartets in the world, Daniel Rowland talks to Tom Cardy.
Dance piece Rotunda is a powerful evocation of loss of life and devastation caused by WWI.
Top Dutch violinist Janine Jansen, who plays Wellington this week, says there was no escaping destiny.
Cue the trademark fist pump and sneer - Billy Idol is back for more, more, more.
After hitting the summer music festivals, Fly My Pretties is coming home to play in Wellington.
Caleb Harris meets Trinity Roots frontman Warren Maxwell at his Wairarapa base for the release of the band's first album in 11 years.
'Bring your dancing shoes'
A day of live music and family-friendly activities aims to draw 10,000 people to Lower Hutt's Dowse Art Museum.
REVIEW: Insurgent has been made with care, to be as good a film as it can possibly be. Audiences will appreciate that.
REVIEW: Home is an engaging animated adventure that will appeal far more to those under 8 than their accompanying adults.
REVIEW: With Eddie Marsan, Joanne Froggatt and a general sense of care and detail, Still Life has its charms.
REVIEW: X+Y is an easy film to enjoy immensely and an even easier one to recommend.
Kiwi director Florian Habicht's Pulp is like any truly good documentary, about a lot more than just what it says on the tin.
French director Francois Ozon talks about how he got the romantic lead his new film into a dress and heels.
Arts festivals have kept Abby Howells busy, and now she's gearing up for a show in the New Zealand Comedy Festival.
Jordie Lane peppers shows with songs and stories - he has plenty, like how to set a guitar on fire.
Music, comedy, theatre, film, and the festive season. Here's what's on in Wellington.
NZ Army brass band will perform with dancers in Wellington to honour the Gallipoli slain.
Four tonnes of ice pumped on to stage
A fairytale classic has undergone an icy makeover for a stage show hitting Wellington this winter.
Anne Fontaine wasn't keen to cast Gemma Arterton in Gemma Bovery, but was smitten the moment they met.
A child prodigy three decades ago, pianist Freddy Kempf will perform in Wellington on Saturday night.
Top American jazz singer Dee Dee Bridgewater will be one of the stars of the Wellington Jazz Festival.
For a Fringe show The Park Bench is an oddity. It is almost two hours long and has a cast of 13.
Old Master in the digital age
The passage of a digital Rembrandt exhibition to New Zealand is thanks to the president of the NZ Netherlands Foundation.
Ahead of his Womad performance, British folk rock legend Richard Thompson talks the appreciation of folk music.
1927 recording found in box of donated goods
A copy of New Zealand’s first commercial audio recording has been uncovered in Wellington.
A London bus and a large gun will form part of a WWI exhibition inspired by Sir Peter Jackson.
Right now 26-year-old Adele Haenel is the hottest property in French cinema.
Mob portraits to show in Wellington
After creating controversy last year, Jono Rotman is preparing for an even bigger exhibition of photographs of Mongrel Mob members.
Wellington's Cuba Street is set to host a myriad of dance, music, theatre, live street art, carnival, circus, and street food.
Six60, who play Homegrown in Wellington tomorrow, are one of the biggest bands of the past five years.
Will you go to CubaDupa, the Cuba St carnival?