REVIEW: Based on the tragic 1996 disaster on Mt Everest this is epic cinema - entertaining and emotionally enervating.
New Brighton faces form the basis of a beachy quiz
Two performers at different ends of their respective careers will hit the stage of this season’s production of Spamalot.
The Rubens have released an album of timeless rock songs. They play here supporting Imagine Dragons next week.
Tim Finn talks about his Irish mum, chasing white clouds and belonging, here.
A new show created for the Christchurch Arts Festival is reuniting a local theatre company scattered to the world by the Canterbury earthquakes.
Pretty Ricky promoter defends "on-stage sex show" saying it is no different to Madonna behaviour on stage.
When Simon Thacker plays music, he is searching for something primal.
Shihad frontman Jon Toogood has been up all night but not because he's been partying.
Simply Red has announced a New Zealand tour in February.
Eric Idle, the original Monty Python member, and writer and of Spamalot, confirms that the inclusion of an ''actual wizard'' in the cast was a world first for Spamalot.
Footnote celebrate 30th anniversary with wonderful retrospective show.
Thousands of Canterbury school children gather to twirl poi, stamp feet and sing songs at a region-wide cultural festival.
Neil Finn has announced intimate solo shows with strings in Wellington and Christchurch.
Steve Fullmer, John Parker and Rick Rudd are senior New Zealand potters and between the three of them, have been exhibiting their work for more than 120 years to critical respect and acclaim.
The Christchurch City Council designer who dreamt up the idea of siting four 8 metre high ‘‘navigation’’ structures around the CBD is obviously a fellow fan of Monty Python.
Mark Hadlow's funny one-man show is a fantastic showcase for the Christchurch actor's impressive skills.
An inflatable artwork called Arboria will pop up near the former Post Office building in the southwestern corner of Cathedral Square as part of the Christchurch Arts Festival.
That Bloody Woman is a rock musical bursting with wit, charm, verve and righteous energy.
The Christchurch Arts Festival took back the streets for an official opening full of fire, singing, kapa haka and eels.
Christchurch's new bus interchange filled with movement, sound and mischief as part of art festival.
Victor Rodger is bringing his play Black Faggot home to Christchurch and is working on a musical titled Christchurch Almighty.
It was an inspired move by former director, Ethan Stiefel, to invite outstanding young British choreographer, Liam Scartlett, to stage A Midsummer Night’s Dream for the Royal New Zealand Ballet.
The Daisy Theatre is an act of magic. The cast is comprised of inanimate objects, but they come alive.
A rock musical opening in Christchurch explores the life of Christchurch suffragette Kate Sheppard.
The opening weekend of the Christchurch Arts Festival brings marionettes, singing suffragettes and a dance party to the city.
The Brian Jonestown Massacre have announced three New Zealand dates in November.
Scribe and his family boldly shine light on darkness and tell their family story in The White Guitar.
The Wigram Airforce Base was alive with the sound of music from hundreds of young Canterbury singers.
Self-expression informs the work of one of New Zealand's most influential contemporary jewellers, Lisa Walker.