It's the end of an era for Nelson's family-dining staple Cobb & Co.
The Jews Brothers Band is celebrating with a nationwide tour complete with the world's only one handed saxophone.
"Lucky Stars" tour to launch Don McGlashan's new album will take him to Nelson's Theatre Royal in June.
The Nelson Fringe offers an edgy programme of work all happening in one location - the Refinery Artspace.
Marahau artist, Tim Wraight believes in a utopian community, where everyone shares their skills,
There will be warmth and maybe a cardigan or two at Nelson Live Poets Society next Monday evening.
REVIEW: Furious 7 offers a tonne of jaw-slackening motorised mayhem, lots of scraps and some pretty girls in micro bikinis.
A newcomer on the Nelson waterfront dining scene, Nahm, has opened in the building adjacent to the Nelson Yacht Club, formerly occupied by Relish.
REVIEW: All performances sold out and, with some adaptation, this play has enough gravitas and originality to go further.
Smack bang in the middle of Nelson's railway to nowhere New Zealand's longest unused rail tunnel.
Acclaimed New Zealand choreographer Douglas Wright explores the search for ecstasy in human culture in his new full-length work.
REVIEW: The Addams Family musical was ghoulishly witty, oozing with funny one-liners, and a plot that unravelled with some wonderful twists.
My body is stiff and sore, my face is wind-whipped, and my hands are all cut up from fish spines and teeth.
Two Nelson arts graduates have been selected to show work in Best in Show at Objectspace in Auckland.
An exhibition which showcases a significant donation of art works by renowned printmaker, Barry Cleavin, gifted by Ann and John Hercus in 2014, opens this weekend.
The story of a woman who grew up at Fairfield House is the subject of a multi-media play written and directed by Jo Say, a local drama teacher and performer.
Nelson City Brass, one of the oldest brass bands in New Zealand with a military focus, will feature in a concert this Anzac Day to commemorate the Centenary of the Anzacs landing at Gallipoli.
From Broadway to movie screens, a revival of John Steinbeck’s classic Great Depression-era novella Of Mice and Men will be presented by National Theatre Live.
Next week the Film Society will be screening another film from Satyajit Ray, India’s most renowned filmmaker. Charulata is very different from his film we’ll be watching tonight.
Fleur Woods had an idea. What if she asked nine different artists to respond to the word texture? What sort of works would they make? Would their individual responses fit together as a cohesive whole?
Ultravox frontman Midge Ure will perform at the Theatre Royal in Nelson next Monday.
A Nelson success story which started at the Saturday Market has grown into a range of 350 products catering for foodies.
REVIEW: The Woman in Gold has lots to offer including a cracker of a story, a good cast and several photogenic locations.
Wellington-based singer and satirist Andrew London returns to Nelson to play at Mapua's Playhouse
Great North are celebrating their second Tui award win by hitting the road for a nationwide tour that doubles as a couples retreat.
Mel Parsons is coming to Nelson and Takaka as part of her nationwide tour.
REVIEW: Nelson Youth Theatre's production of Hairspray gets critic's applause
Three artists make comment on the environment and our culture through their varied methodologies in Graphic Habitat.
A macabre musical comedy that will remind many of the popular 60s TV series, then the movie in the 80s, is about to spook Nelson audiences.
What We Saw is an exploration of photography through the eyes of contemporary, conceptual and abstract regional photographers.