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Visual Art

Pair snap up photo prizes

Roseanne Jones won the prestigious Canon Eyecon photography competition with a series showing her parents' home and ...

Two up-and-coming Christchurch photographers have snapped up the top prizes in a national competition.

Artists not keen on art bridge

Artists steering clear of design competition for "art bridge" over Avon River in central Christchurch.

What's on in Christchurch this week

Clip art: a visual quake story

Christchurch Music

NZ's Joni Mitchell unveiled

Nadia Reid picked up her guitar at the age of 15 and it has gone with her ever since.

Folk singer Nadia Reid spent a year being sober while she made and toured her latest album.

Curtis and Wardrop play Cardrona in April

Cardrona folk singer-songwriter Martin Curtis at the Wanaka cenotaph.

Martin Curtis has been recording songs of war, mountains, keas, and his love of the land for more than 35 years.

Don delivers, Jewel shines during magical night

Don Henley entertained a near capacity crowd at Christchurch's Horncastle Arena on Tuesday night.

REVIEW: Whether it was close harmony singing or a surprisingly effective rendition of Tears for Fears' Everybody Wants to Rule the World, Don Henley had the crowd enthralled.

A concert of pure magic

L'Arpeggiata fused the past and present with intelligence, sensitivity, urbane sophistication and unmistakable wit, to ...

REVIEW: L'Arpeggiata offered something truly potent and absorbing.

A superbly executed unusual programme

The rapport between solo violinist Mark Menzies and the orchestra was tellingly evident during Saturday night's CSO concert.

REVIEW: Spectacular orchestral playing by the CSO carries the day in an innovative programme.

Theatre

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.

What's on in Christchurch this week

Liam Finn is one of the headliners at Saturday's Nostalgia Festival at Ferrymead Heritage Park.

From celebrations of children and Japanese culture to a pair of big music festivals, there is plenty to see and do this weekend

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