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Art and Stage

Kiwi music legend's downfall

Peter Utteridge

Peter Gutteridge was met by police on his return from the US, was admitted to hospital and died.

Bombshell on Broadway

Harper She may be jetting off to New York to perform but Ali Harper says her life is anything but glamorous.

Band based on long friendship

Earthshield Timaru-based trio Earthshield started out playing blues but now they are playing metal with finger-bleeding riffs.

Arthouse cinema a possibility

Town Hall Conservation and Performing Arts Precinct Project An arthouse cinema could be part of a proposed performing arts precinct.

A fresh look at Chch

Gerard Smyth Gerard Smyth, award-winning director of When a City Falls, reveals Christchurch through lives of everyday people living in extraordinary times.

Fanfare campaign begins

Fanfare sculpture A public fundraising appeal will be launched on Monday to bring a 24-metre sculpture to Christchurch.

Arts shows different side to NZ

Video of driver doing burn-outs and portraits of vegans among the Kiwi works at major Edinburgh art show.

Is a yellow square art?

City art branching out

Let the magic begin...

Tarquyn Read Allen St is set to open soon in Christchurch, promising great music, good times and friendly doormen.

Shihad talk Chch and karaoke

Band explain why they chose Christchurch for one-off show tonight - and even front a live chat for fans.

Bob Dylan in Christchurch

Band's ode to Tom Selleck's 'tache

Shihad give back to Christchurch

Kiwi rockers Shihad last night played their new album to enthusiastic fans in Christchurch.

Review: CSO

Amanda Atlas In a city the size of Christchurch the performance of a gargantuan work such as Mahler's Symphony No 2 is a rare event.

Review: Blood Brothers

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

Spot of Shakespeare?

The theatre company with no theatre

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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