"Open mic" night at library

An "open mic" night will be held at the Invercargill City Library on Friday to celebrate National Poetry Day.

CLiK spellbinding in concert

CLiK - The Ensemble 
From left: Edward King, John Chen and Natalie Lin

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Hairspray star battles illness

Rachael Scott

In theatre circles they say the show must go on, but rarely has a leading lady given more to the cause than Rachael Scott.

Prestigious Moffitt works donated to Gore gallery

Enyth Good of Auckland is donating this Trevor Moffitt painting, Mackenzie with Dog Swimming in the Clutha River, 1966, to the Eastern Southland Gallery. It is one of 35 works from the artist being donated.

A collection of work from one of Gore's most famous artistic sons will be housed permanently at Eastern Southland Gallery.

A Splotch of Ink gallery

Southland cartoonish Shaun Yeo.

Cartoonist and dedicated Stags fan Shaun Yeo is a full-time graphic artist who signs his illustrations simply as YEO. 

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CLiK spellbinding in concert

CLiK - The Ensemble 
From left: Edward King, John Chen and Natalie Lin

REVIEW

Hairspray star battles illness

In theatre circles they say the show must go on, but rarely has a leading lady given more to the cause than Rachael Scott.

Life as a rural artist

Enter Stage Left: Tapanui artist Norma Parks

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CLiK spellbinding in concert

CLiK - The Ensemble 
From left: Edward King, John Chen and Natalie Lin

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Hairspray hits the right notes

Invercargill woman Rachael Scott as Tracy Turnblad, the lead in Gore Musical Theatre's production of Hairspray.

It's a dazzling show with a big, big heart, awash with colour, corny comedy and catchy, 60-style bubblegum pop and r'n'b tunes.

Helen Henderson's lost debut album London released 35 years later

Helen Henderson's album London

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Review: Jenny Mitchell's debut album The Old Oak

Jenny Mitchell's debit album, The Old Oak.

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Climber releases Going Up Is Easy

Lake Hawea climber and author Lydia Bradey.

Wanaka climber Lydia Bradey's book is "a balance of laughter, humour and epic adventure".

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