My Pretty Little Art Career offers up a comprehensive mid-career survey exhibition of Grayson Perry's work
From the Coast to Coast to Classical Sparks there's plenty happening in Christchurch this weekend
REVIEW: Hamlet condensed into a pacy two-hour, open-air romp
The city council has released its vision for the performing arts precinct.
Christchurch's Centre of Contemporary Art (CoCA) will reopen on Saturday after a five-year absence.
A prominent mural in central Christchurch has been given a new lease of life.
Winston's Birthday is simply the story of a dysfunctional family; equally flawed and stubborn as its patriarch.
REVIEW: Narropera's Figaro a winning package
Dame Kiri Te Kanawa on her NZ tour, her beloved dogs, and why she finds selfies horrible.
Review: First-rate, fast-paced theatre - and it's free
OPINION: Ngai Tahu creativity needs to be recognised and shared.
A Christchurch Art Gallery exhibition of Cantebury landscapes reveals a deeply felt connection between the artists and their subjects
The pulling power of Winston Churchill has helped bring two of the South Island’s professional theatre groups together
Tour delay means Christchurch won't get to see Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals
Meet the band Elton John and Richard Branson look to when they throw a bash.
Taggers have struck the Spectrum street art exhibition, defacing a sign in the show's foyer.
Life backstage at Cirque du Soleil's Quidam
Free family entertainment is back in the Riccarton House grounds with a new theatre production of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.
Visitor numbers were halved by rain and high winds during the World Buskers Festival.
OPINION: OPINION: Vandalism is an ugly, mindless blot on any town or city
Christchurch-based artist to display what her adopted home has helped her accomplish in upcoming exhibit.
Broadway star's one-off show amongst the week's highlights in Christchurch
Jamie Lawson had never met his New Zealand relatives, but when his career brought him to Christchurch, the singer had an opportunity he'd never imagined.
Amateur sleuths help track down taggers who destroyed public artwork in central Christchurch.
Lansdown Summer Festival returns for a 10-concert season
Free family fun at Riccarton House this February
Jeff Thomson's Corrugations inspiration came from very long walks
Canterbury Museum exhibition commemorating February 2011 earthquake anniversary to open.
OPINION: Why a graphic novel does not herald a midlife crisis or should be dismissed lightly