Skin Theatre's new play is all their own.
A classical guitarist and cellist combined for an enthralling concert.
Lachie McDonald and Josh Munn tee off in the South Pacific Open in New Caledonia on Wednesday both needing strong showings to help retain their Australasian PGA Tour cards in 2017.
Performance showcase Arts Uncontrolled promises to burst off the bench.
REVIEW: Lola, that normally irrepressible megaconfident frontman for numerous burlesque shows is but a shadow of his usual saucy mischievous self.
Taranaki troubadour Mike Harding is back in Palmerston North for a solo 'sesh' of Kiwimusicana.
The milestone of turning 60 has been turned into a book, an exhibition and a show.
OPINION: Just an ordinary spring day in the Palmerston North of 1913.
The transformation into Mr Lola Illusion has taken Ian Harman a lifetime.
Multi-platinum singer/songwriter Stan Walker is heading to Palmerston North in November.
Te Manawa is showcasing the stories and people behind their extensive collection.
Plate of Origin is on the hunt for the cream of the crop once again.
Kiwi soldiers sex crazed cold-blooded killers, says author.
New Zealand's most qualified organist is set to play in Feilding.
Film selection announced for Manfeild's drive-in movies this spring.
Palmerston North's Chinese Moon Festival doubles in numbers from last year.
'A Chorus Line' the musical said to be the inspiration for 'America's Got Talent' and other televised talent shows, is coming to the Regent On Broadway next April.
A new solo Lola opens in The Dark Room this week.
REVIEW: Giselle is one of the world's most romantic ballets and the acclaimed production came to Palmerston North.
MEMORY LANE: It's the new question for anyone trying to trace their family tree: have you had a DNA test?
As a vet we very rarely see a natural birth as the patients we see are almost always having difficulty.
The Royal New Zealand Ballet is bringing Giselle back to the Palmerston North stage.
Not one, but two comedians are coming to Palmerston North.
Massey University's latest artist in residence is American cinematographer Derrick Sims.
Artist Richard Boyd-Dunlop will be exhibiting in Palmerston North for the first time.
Richard Mays reviews a performance by Post Modern Jukebox at the Regent on Broadway.
REVIEW: One-woman show is intensely physical, shockingly honest, endearing and funny.
Music hub The Stomach has had an entrance way spruce up.
REVIEW: It is hard to imagine a more celebratory welcome to the season than Swing into Spring.
REVIEW: Manawatu Theatre's production of this play is as close to perfect as it could possibly be.