A "remastered" version of the 1991 play Needles and Opium will feature at next year's New Zealand Festival.
REVIEW: It really was something to hear Iris DeMent live - to hear that voice. So pure.
As told by Ray Henwood, Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol is as engaging today as it was 150 years ago.
Tim Bartlett will slip into a familiar skin when he reprises the role of Dickie Hart in Roger Hall's You Gotta Be Joking! in Wellington this week.
The play Joseph K has garnered the most nominations in this year's Chapman Tripp Theatre Awards.
There was an effortlessness to the way Phelps created dense patterns of guitar, a weave of ideas emanating from the six strings.
It might be an accoustic tour, but Dragon still showed their might at Old St Paul's.
Wellington songbird Aaradhna joins teen sensation Lorde on the NZ Music Awards stage.
Former Royal New Zealand Ballet dancer Jo Funaki's Rise (music, von Biber) is an exhilarating, joyous work.
BRMC is a band I want to like more than I do. And this performance was better than the group's 2010 show (which was marred by a flu bug, apparently).
Composer Murray Gold's Doctor Who music will be performed live in Wellington in February.
REVIEW: OneRepublic can hold audience with an acoustic set, but also rock with the best.
Mother Goose is the most consistently funny pantomime seen in a very long time.
The infectious beats of Wellington Batucada brought one of the most enjoyable shows of the year to a foot-tapping finish.
A new production of Othello by London's National Theatre screened in New Zealand last week.
Rockers Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, playing Wellington next week, this year starred alongside Fleetwood Mac, Sir Paul McCartney and Dave Grohl in a rock documentary.
Say what you like, but nobody can claim that Kurt Mueller's performance on NZ's Got Talent lacks heart.
Wellington director teams up with Brad Pitt
Wellington film-maker Taika Waititi has signed up to work with Hollywood A-lister Brad Pitt.
A new electronic music festival with more than 70 acts comes to the capital this month.
More than 100 acts to play Rhythm and Vines
The full line-up for the Rhythm and Vines New Year's Eve festival has been announced.
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