The Christchurch leg of the New Zealand International Film Festival opens on Thursday evening at the Isaac Theatre Royal.
Christchurch's annual feast of cinema gets under way on Thursday. The Press previews 13 titles from the vast selection of choices on show.
A massive Disney On Ice mash-up has arrived in New Zealand.
The NZSO and Troye Sivan head for Christchurch, as the city prepares for this year's NZ Film Festival.
Katchafire on Friday, Lawrence Arabia on Saturday, Flume on Wednesday. It's a week of music in Christchurch.
REVIEW: From chorus to soloists, this staging oozes pure class on every note.
Mike Friend stands in front of the Lyttelton Arts Factory. He talks fast and cups a cigarette in one hand between deep draws of smoke.
Concerts and activities abound, as the school holidays kick off in Christchurch this weekend
From Stan Walker to Woolston Brass - it's concerts galore in Christchurch this week
OPINION: Showbiz was effectively damned if it did and damned if it didn't over Hairspray casting
Lyttelton theatre group The Loons reopens in new home.
Race row erupts over Christchurch production of musical Hairspray after show accused of "arrogance or blindness" for not casting black actors.
From Broadway tunes to Michael Jackson songs there's plenty of variety on offer in Christchurch this coming week
David Chambers has lost track of how many shows he has directed, produced or acted in.
REVIEW: The RNZB give a quintessentially American tale a distinctly European gloss.
The Repertory Theatre navigates a challenging play with prowess.
He might not be the face of the Blue Man Group, but Tony Aguirre has a vital role to play
A trio of iridescent, indigo usurpers have been causing disruption in our main centres this week - but who are the Blue Man Group?
A new season of shows will mark return of Lyttelton theatre company.
A chorus of colourful silks and sequins will be on show as Bollywood Dreams launches its first large-scale production.
OPINION: The cuts in funding of the arts are a national disgrace – but also an opportunity for politicians
Review: Matthew, Mark, Luke & Joanne is a witty, smart and profound play.
Someone Say "I Do" offers up an inventive look at an extraordinary wedding
Stage veteran Anne-Marie Gilmore will achieve a 16-year dream of sharing her love for theatre with her daughter Sophie.
Brendan O'Carroll sets the record straight on whether Mrs Brown is based on his own Mammy.
REVIEW: Dawn French's Thirty Million Minutes - 120 of yours well-spent
REVIEW: Rock of Age is a show that pumps with energy
REVIEW: Clumsy staging undermines this uneven, but occasionally inspired production of Macbeth.
She's on her way here - so what did the Aussies think of Mrs Brown live?
Cirque du Soleil closes the door on its hit show, Quidam, in Christchurch next week.