Art and Stage

City art branching out

Wood from the Trees sculpture

New sculpture made from quake-salvaged wood

Artist Regan Gentry today craned in the final pieces for his Wood from the Trees sculpture being installed in central Christchurch.

Kim Dotcom set for Party party

Stu Maxwell and Kim Dotcom Kim Dotcom has pushed rewind on the Internet Party party after his last attempt was canned.

Anika Moa sings way to awards

Anika Moa Christchurch songstress wins two national awards for her beautifully crafted children's music.

Dancing through life

Dance teacher Mandy Roberts For 12 years, Mandy Roberts has devoted much of her life to teaching hundreds of Christchurch children to dance.

Time to celebrate Children's music

Anika Moa The Children's Music Awards celebrate music written for Kiwi kids. For the first time they will be presented live on What Now on Sunday.

Sculptures moved to new gnome

Christchurch Art Gallery gnomes A pair of shiny gnomes took to the sky yesterday in the Christchurch Art Gallery's next phase of proposed repairs.

Art rising from the rubble

There's a concerted cultural stirring beneath the physical and psychological detritus left by the earthquakes.

Sophie gets stencilled

Catching shadows

John Grenell recovering

John Grenell The public is invited to a free 'hootenanny' to celebrate John Grenell's 70th birthday this weekend.

Ruby Braam goes country

'Singing about drunken karaoke at the corner pub in a Kiwi accent, that's country.''

Is this appropriate?

Review: CSO

Woman steals party's rare poster

Theft of one-off piece of memorabilia tainted 70th birthday celebration of country singer John Grenell.

Review: Blood Brothers

Ali Harper The Court Theatre's slick and handsomely staged production is ultimately a success but has some uneven moments.

Spot of Shakespeare?

Brian Rick dreams of staging a Shakespeare festival at an open-air amphitheatre he is establishing in Lyttelton.

The theatre company with no theatre

Review: Language of Living

Review: La Boheme

Having seen La Boheme many times, I'd rate NZ Opera's production one of the most enjoyable.

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