How did Australasia's most comprehensive collection of Chinese artefacts end up at the Canterbury Museum?
Iron Maiden throw out the charm - and theatrics - for an eager Christchurch crowd.
Kids' afternoon telly has come a long way since the days of After School and 3.45 Live
Nine-year-old thrilled to meet "drumming hero" when Iron Maiden arrived in Christchurch.
A new season of shows will mark return of Lyttelton theatre company.
REVIEW: The Proclaimers' raucous, quintessentially Scottish sing-a-long style of performing is infectious.
Maryrose Crook was walking in the Californian desert when she found her hidden treasure - the Relics of the Daughters of the Desert.
A chorus of colourful silks and sequins will be on show as Bollywood Dreams launches its first large-scale production.
OPINION: Greater collaboration is needed between Christchurch's arts organisations
Christopher Moore is as pleased as Punch with his latest magpie discovery
Enchanting children's play conjures a world using pop-up books, shadow puppets, figurines, and clever sound design.
Hundreds come together to celebrate 10 years of the Christchurch-Wuhan sister city agreement.
Plays and concerts aplenty on offer in Christchurch this weekend
An avid collector of works by Jeffrey Harris reveals why she is attracted to his artistry.
A Weddell seal is the star of a transfixing video
Spooky doings at Dunstan Creek.
OPINION: The cuts in funding of the arts are a national disgrace – but also an opportunity for politicians
Frocks on Bikes, an edible garden session and a new exhibition at the Art Gallery on offer this weekend.
Just 50 seats available for Thursday night's live video recording
OPINION: Lack of creative spark will condemn the city to being a moribund backwater.
Francis Upritchard's latest exhibition is more than just an evocation of 1970s counter-culture
REVIEW: Plenty to enjoy and intrigue for audiences as CSO's concertmaster takes centre stage
Review: Matthew, Mark, Luke & Joanne is a witty, smart and profound play.
Renowned Christchurch artist Maurice Askew's life's work of landscape paintings will be on display at the Selwyn Gallery in Darfield this month, with all proceeds going to UNICEF.
REVIEW: The ambitions of Christchurch's rebuild appear sympathetic to the international ideologies pervasive in the Physics Room's latest exhibition
Plenty to see and do in Christchurch over the next eight days
Exhibition reveals essentially unknown Trans-Tasman commitment to contemporary jewellery as an art form.
Someone Say "I Do" offers up an inventive look at an extraordinary wedding
Christchurch will be one of the first places Axis of Awesome singer performs since coming out as transgender.
Small painting by highly-regarded maritime artist makes up for its size in drama and vitality.