London Tube-style map for NZ

Andrew Douglas-Clifford says he's always been into maps.

Student Andrew Douglas-Clifford gives NZ's highway network the London Underground treatment.

Blue Man Group are here

The Blue Man Group has entertained more than 35 million people during the past 25 years.

A trio of iridescent, indigo usurpers have been causing disruption in our main centres this week - but who are the Blue Man Group?

Mural marks Belfast centenary

Bill Bush takes a look at the giant mural of himself, depicted in his heyday in the '70s.

Belfast rugby legend Bill Bush has been immortalised in a new mural – just in time for the club's centenary.

Gone with the wind

Won Sup Kim climbed a mountain in Queenstown 10 times and commemorated the achievement with art.

"I felt like I was asleep all this time, but when I came to New Zealand a miracle happened."

Blue men spotted in the city video

A member of the Blue Man Group spits paint onto a canvas to make art.

Christchurch tradies get wowed by blue men spitting on blank canvases.

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Visual Art

London Tube-style map for NZ

Andrew Douglas-Clifford says he's always been into maps.

Student Andrew Douglas-Clifford gives NZ's highway network the London Underground treatment.

Mural marks Belfast centenary

Belfast rugby legend Bill Bush has been immortalised in a new mural – just in time for the club's centenary.

Gone with the wind

Alley artefacts now available to all

Christchurch Music

Economies mar otherwise entertaining Burana

Soprano Morag Atchison, conductor Rupert D'Cruze and baritone, tenor and counter-tenor Chalium Poppy after Christchurch ...

REVIEW: Curtain-raisers outshine the main show at City Choir concert.

Hearty hits make for an uplifting show

The Proclaimers are playing four shows across New Zealand over ANZAC Weekend.

REVIEW: The Proclaimers' raucous, quintessentially Scottish sing-a-long style of performing is infectious.

Christchurch artist finds treasure in the desert

Maryrose Crook is an internationally renowned artist whose works are in private collections around the world..

Maryrose Crook was walking in the Californian desert when she found her hidden treasure - the Relics of the Daughters of the Desert.

Jazzmen go Orange

Four teachers, an accountant and a businessman make up the River City Jazzmen.

Just 50 seats available for Thursday night's live video recording

A thoughtfully put together programme

CSO concertmaster Martin Riseley pulled double duty during last weekend's concert.

REVIEW: Plenty to enjoy and intrigue for audiences as CSO's concertmaster takes centre stage

Theatre

Blue Man Group are here

The Blue Man Group has entertained more than 35 million people during the past 25 years.

A trio of iridescent, indigo usurpers have been causing disruption in our main centres this week - but who are the Blue Man Group?

Loons returning to the stage

Members of The Loons theatre company enjoy the retractable seats in their new home. From right: creative director Mike ...

A new season of shows will mark return of Lyttelton theatre company.

Bollywood Dreams become reality

The members of Bollywood Dreams dance company vary in age from five to 25.

A chorus of colourful silks and sequins will be on show as Bollywood Dreams launches its first large-scale production.

Don't leave the arts to chance

The Court Youth Theatre Company celebrates onstage but the arts have little to cheer for in the light of funding cuts.

OPINION: The cuts in funding of the arts are a national disgrace – but also an opportunity for politicians

Characters shine in new play

Matthew, Mark, Luke & Joanne is showing at the Court Theatre until May 7.

Review: Matthew, Mark, Luke & Joanne is a witty, smart and profound play.

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