The Royal New Zealand Navy gets portrayed on stage.
A Palmerston North gig is bringing back some old school noise.
Two books celebrating New Zealand and the Victoria Cross are aimed at a cross section of readers.
This last play of Ibsen's, written in 1899, is now having its first-ever performances in New Zealand by the Walking Shadows company.
REVIEW: The Manawatu Youth Orchestra and Sinfonia recently performed Peter and the Wolf to a packed house in Palmerston North.
Clarinettist Ingrid Vlieg marks her return to Palmerston North with a Sunday Matinee Series performance.
As a girl Skye didn't like wearing dresses and playing with dolls. Instead she liked the idea of being a boy.
The events will be held in November and February.
Palmerston North author Christopher Abbey
MEMORY LANE: A Red Cross donation reveals mystery link with famous explorer.
Francis Upritchard has appeared as if by magic into the New Zealand art scene.
The artistic vibe on Palmerston North's George Street hums a happy tune.
A historical combination of two musical groups is coming to Palmerston North.
Faces are the focus for a Dannevirke artists new exhibition at Te Manawa.
REVIEW: Warren and Virginia Warbrick's music celebrates intertwined cultural traditions.
A Palmerston North hip hop crew won the first competition they entered.
Henrik Ibsen is the world's second most performed playwright after Shakespeare. A new look at his last play offers an intriguing theatre experience.
Ukulele evangelist Justin Reed is gaining converts.
REVIEW: If ever there was a show that shouldn't be missed, it's this production of Cats, at the Regent on Broadway.
A local heritage hotel became a pile of rubble this week.
Abbey Musical Theatre is bringing its feline production of Cats to the Regent on Broadway.
A touring production of Toa Fraser's first play, Bare is on in Palmerston North's The Dark Room
The Manawatu Youth Orchestra and Manawatu Sinfonia will perform a free event to introduce all families to orchestral music.
Us Studio is set to open its doors as a new space for artists in Palmerston North.
A Palmerston North artist's use of feathers is more than a flight of fancy, it's her artistic medium.
Palmerston North actor Rhian Firmi is bringing her theatre company home.
The 2016 Community Showcase is all about helping show off young local talent.
The Royal New Zealand Ballet reignite Giselle.
A new art gallery has been designed to bring something fresh to Palmerston North.
REVIEW: New Zealand Quartet presents Heartland Classics at Caccia Birch.