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Visual Art

The love of clay

Canterbury Potters' Association tutor Jane McCulla says potting has spiked in popularity.

People have been tuning in for reality television show The Great Pottery Throwdown, and now they're wanting to learn.

Ten exhibitions to see in December

Christmas finally comes to Christchurch's gallery

A big, bold and defiant work

Woven creations on display

Christchurch Music

Arrowsmith at home finalising second album

Singer and songwriter Holly Arrowsmith is happy to be back in the mountains, in Queenstown.

Queenstown's own tiny folk queen with the powerhouse voice is finalising her second album.

Fans go ape for Monkees

The Monkees duo Micky Dolenz and Peter Tork had the audience singing and dancing along during their concert in ...

REVIEW: Mickey Dolenz and Peter Tork had a five-piece touring band to back them up, but they also had the entire audience singing along.

Christmas in the Park rocks Christchurch video

A fireworks display closed out Coca-Cola Christmas in the Park in Hagley Park.

The Wright family from Harwarden had their Christmas tradition super-sized.

What's on in Christchurch this week?

The Monkees' members Micky Dolenz and Peter Tork will visit Christchurch on Tuesday night.

The Monkees, Nelly and Santa are among the visitors to Christchurch over the next week

Finn in for Nostalgia

Liam Finn has been announced as the headline act for next year's Nostalgia Festival at Ferrymead Heritage Park.

I'll Be Lightning singer top of the bill for next year's Ferrymead-based food and music festival


What's on in Christchurch this week

Celtic Illusion hits the Isaac Theatre Royal on Wednesday night.

A retro exhibition of original classic New Zealand tourism posters has returned to Canterbury Museum for a limited time.

What's on in Christchurch this week

Operatunity will celebrate its 15th anniversary with a gala concert in Christchurch next week.

All the world's a stage and plenty are being filled with performers in Christchurch over the next week

Intricate, fast-paced and clever theatre

Alison Bruce and Arlo Gibson star in The Forge's production of The Events.

REVIEW: The Events offers up a simple and pure idea that has many complex strands.

Bailey delivers face-hurting funny

Bill Bailey began his Australasian tour in Christchurch, New Zealand on Thursday night.

Review: Despite persistent interruptions, Bill Bailey showed why he is still a unique, funny, inventive and lovable stage presence.

Return home a Triumph

From the moment Triumphs and other alternatives' set is revealed in a shimmer of light and blaze of sound, it is clear ...

REVIEW: Sound and set design add much to Ross McCormack's hypnotic work

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