Kiwi art collection comes to Chch

Warwick and Kitty Brown photographed for Art New Zealand 1978.
Artworks on wall behind them by Don Driver, Robert Ellis ...

Kiwi art collection that could fetch $4 million being sold by collector Warwick Brown.

The comic absurdity of David Shrigley

A head made from a vacuum cleaner and with crayons up its nose turns out another creation for Lose Your Mind.

An exhibition by a wildly popular British artist is something art lovers should be losing their minds over.

Loss, love and parenthood

Christchurch singer Matthew Smith (ex Von Voin Strum) releases his new album which he recorded in Lyttelton.

First Marlon Williams, now Matthew Smith, Lyttelton Records pumps out golden folk tunes.

Shirtless jokes a win

2016 Billy T Award winner David Correos.

"I'm a f**king weirdo," says rising Kiwi comedian David Correos.

'Let the songs shine'

Free Theatre manager George Parker, left, singer-songwriter Delaney Davidson and director Peter Falkenberg.

The songs at the heart of this warped and twisted musical are as barnacled, magnificent and romantic as a shipwreck.

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Visual Art

The comic absurdity of David Shrigley

A head made from a vacuum cleaner and with crayons up its nose turns out another creation for Lose Your Mind.

An exhibition by a wildly popular British artist is something art lovers should be losing their minds over.

Artist challenges perceptions about race

Christchurch Art Gallery's latest attraction is an exhibition six years in the making.

What's on in Christchurch this week

Upritchard back with a vengeance

Christchurch Music

The comic absurdity of David Shrigley

A head made from a vacuum cleaner and with crayons up its nose turns out another creation for Lose Your Mind.

An exhibition by a wildly popular British artist is something art lovers should be losing their minds over.

Loss, love and parenthood

Christchurch singer Matthew Smith (ex Von Voin Strum) releases his new album which he recorded in Lyttelton.

First Marlon Williams, now Matthew Smith, Lyttelton Records pumps out golden folk tunes.

Martin Phillipps' 'dark years'

The Chills frontman Martin Phillipps is back after more than a decade rebuilding the band.

The Chills' frontman is ready, after 19 years, to relaunch as "a legacy band".

Blondie and Cyndi Lauper pair up and don't slow down

Debbie Harry, left, sings as a guest during Cyndi Lauper's set during the Blondie/Cyndi Lauper concert at Horncastle Arena.

For those of us free falling through middle age, it was inspiring to see that at 71, Debbie Harry is still rocking new music.

What's on in Christchurch this week

Cyndi Lauper  plays Horncastle Arena on Saturday alongside the legendary Blondie.

Sticking around Christchurch over Easter? Here's how to keep busy.

Theatre

What's on in Christchurch this week

Cyndi Lauper  plays Horncastle Arena on Saturday alongside the legendary Blondie.

Sticking around Christchurch over Easter? Here's how to keep busy.

A flawless piece of theatre

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time runs until April 22 at The Court Theatre.

Review: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time is a cinematic, funny and moving play.

What's on in Christchurch this week

Game of Thrones' Miltos Yerolemou is coming to Christchurch for this weekend's Armageddon Expo.

 From play titles to artworks and events, birds dominate the week's activities around the city

This Mikado strikes the right notes

Arguably The Mikado's best performance was that of Byron Coll, who delivered a virtuoso display of perfectly timed ...

REVIEW: It's easy to lose your head over a Mikado which looks this good, sounds so good and, by Titipu, does you good.

I'm in the opera, Richie!

Byron Coll plays Ko-Ko, a humble tailor thrust into the role of Lord High Executioner in The Mikado.

There's more to Byron Coll than those awkward Mastercard ads.

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