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Reflections on a tram ride

Warren Feeney takes a tram tour around the inner-city and is surprised by what he hears - or doesn't hear.

OPINION: Warren Feeney takes a tram tour around the inner-city and is surprised by what he hears.

The time for celebration is near

OPINION: Why the imminent re-opening of the Christchurch Art Gallery is cause for celebration

Painting reality

Windswept and interesting

Christchurch Music

A quite brilliant performance

Jaime Martin gave a masterclass in conducting during the NZSO's concert on Wednesday night.

REVIEW: Conductor Jaime Martin takes the NZSO beyond any traditional Rites

Rieu waltzing back to Christchurch in 2016

Renowned Dutch violinist Andre Rieu is bringing his orchestra to Christchurch for a one-off concert in late 2016.

Andre Rieu returning to Christchurch for the first time in five years

Making the difficult look easy

The Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain are promising New Zealand audiences a "shopping trolley dash through the archives of musical history" during their current tour.

The Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain's NZ tour offers a shopping trolley dash through the archives of musical history

The 'prince of Lyttelton'

Marlon Williams, a Christchurch singer based in Melbourne, has five nominations at the New Zealand Music Awards.

Who is the man hailed as New Zealand's next international success story?

Marlon Williams wins two Tui awards

Marlon Williams, 24, won the Best Male Solo Artist and Breakthrough Artist of the Year Awards at the 50th annual New Zealand Music Awards.

Lyttelton's prodigal son wins major awards at 50th annual New Zealand Music Awards.


Trio of big musicals for Chch

A production of Evita was staged by the Hamilton Operatic Society earlier this year.

A trio of blockbuster musicals are coming to Christchurch next year.

Dawn French announces 4th Christchurch show

Dawn French

Tickets to Dawn French's additional Christchurch performance are on sale. 

Review: Mary Poppins

Jan Di Pietro plays Bert in the Court Theatre's lavish production of Mary Poppins.

Mary Poppins is the most challenging and ambitious show the Court Theatre has ever staged, but the company pulls it off with dazzling charm.

Fundraising success for Loons

Loons Theatre Trust director Mike Friend receiving money from Lyttelton Main Primary school children.

Loons Theatre Trust raises more than $95,000 to help fit out its new venue.

Theatre marks first year with ‘dark’ circus video

Le Noir performer Gediminas “Geddy” Pavlovicius defies gravity with his Rolla Bola act.

Le Noir – The Dark Side of Cirque will feature death-defying performances at the Isaac Theatre Royal.

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