A trio of blockbuster musicals are coming to Christchurch next year.
Tickets to Dawn French's additional Christchurch performance are on sale.
Mary Poppins is the most challenging and ambitious show the Court Theatre has ever staged, but the company pulls it off with dazzling charm.
Loons Theatre Trust raises more than $95,000 to help fit out its new venue.
Le Noir – The Dark Side of Cirque will feature death-defying performances at the Isaac Theatre Royal.
Kevin Cawley wows with theatrical facade lighting at the Isaac Theatre Royal.
The Court Theatre's new production of Mary Poppins is the biggest show they have ever staged, reports CHARLIE GATES.
OPINION: Buskers Festival being marginalised by Hagley Park siting
Exit the King - a blackly comic play
Aussie musical group Hi-5's House of Dreams is coming to Christchurch, Wellington and Auckland.
Even in storage, sculpture helps inspire
Christchurch comedian Cal Wilson's one-woman show opens on Thursday night as part of the Christchurch Arts Festival.
NZ drivers are ruthless to cyclists, The Hobbit actor Mark Hadlow says
REVIEW: Based on the tragic 1996 disaster on Mt Everest this is epic cinema - entertaining and emotionally enervating.
Two performers at different ends of their respective careers will hit the stage of this season’s production of Spamalot.
A new show created for the Christchurch Arts Festival is reuniting a local theatre company scattered to the world by the Canterbury earthquakes.
Mark Hadlow's funny one-man show is a fantastic showcase for the Christchurch actor's impressive skills.
Christchurch's new bus interchange filled with movement, sound and mischief as part of art festival.
The Daisy Theatre is an act of magic. The cast is comprised of inanimate objects, but they come alive.
A beautiful and ornate spiegeltent is taking shape in the city centre, heralding the start of the Christchurch Arts Festival.
A unique project by Christchurch group Free Theatre includes a collaboration by two internationally renowned artists.
A feature on the creative rebuild of Christchurch opens at the International Film Festival next week.
The New Zealand International Film Festival returns to the city centre on Friday, for the first time since 2010.
Slapstick may not be a universal favourite, but The Ladykillers cast could win you over to practically anything.
There are some artistic moments that I prefer to avoid.
One of the original architects of the Town Hall has questioned revamp plans for the James Hay Theatre.
A rare mother-son combination will feature in the cast of upcoming opera production Madama Butterfly.
Monkeys, masks and Freddie Mercury all inform Kiss the Fish, a play presented by the Indian Ink theatre company in Christchurch this week.
In 1999, Christchurch's Sven Pannell was kneeling at the mercy of gun-toting youths in Africa, wondering how to escape.
The revamped James Hay Theatre in the Town Hall will be able to switch between chamber music and a mosh pit.