Indian Ink's Jacob Rajan talks Gurus, new venues and his company turning 20 next year
September offers a range of exhibitions around the city that certainly won't disappoint
REVIEW: Under the rule of Law, the CSO delivered a performance with energy and drive
Joshua Guillemot-Rodgerson dances for up to 10 hours a day and has calluses on the soles of his feet and toes.
Felicity Thomas has just finished the last of 12 runs, in 12 countries, in 12 months.
Usually they stick to the bottom of the garden but Christchurch's fairies want more magic.
A US mortician, in Christchurch to talk about death, says the funeral industry is an old boys' club.
On the day NZ muso Tiny Ruins had a cup of tea with US director and musician David Lynch.
Would you gag on meat-flavoured ice-cream? 3D printed food? Instant coffee?
A new director has been appointed to lead the World Buskers Festival as it recovers from a financial loss and prepares to return to the streets.
The story of one painting is also one of what happened when two artists met
Auckland artist believes good photography is grounded in the principles of documentary and concerned with confronting realities
What does Coca's new show Contemporary Christchurch say about the city's art scene?
If you want a drink, you have to take your own.
A team of Christchurch organ enthusiasts relied on a single photograph to restore one of New Zealand's oldest and smallest pipe organ.
REVIEW: Lucy Green in complete command of virtuosic choreography, while providing a finely calibrated dramatic performance.
Cafe chat visits an atmospheric cafe that everyone loves and tries cricket tortillas.
A slice of Paris in Christchurch's coolest shopping centre.
REVIEW: Combined concert offers only a taste of the visiting Oxford Scholars
Horse-mad Natasha Bol says connecting with something else, like a horse, helps get away from working life sometimes.
Professor Dick Corballis' impact on English education in New Zealand was immeasurable.
The Piano Music Centre has opened its doors for the first time, ending a five year journey for a new home
It's not just cellphones, Kiwi students are still smuggling notes in drink bottles, and hiding material in the toilets.
REVIEW: While not of the brain-tingling calibre of Bill Bailey or the mad genius of Billy Connolly, Carr is a professional comic entertainer who knows how to read and engage an audience.
"The treatment means I am living my life rather than just existing."
Cult British band The Fall's 1982 tour of New Zealand was defined by punch ups, legal threats and "astounding'' gigs.
REVIEW: The NZSQ's legendary sense of cohesion and communication enhanced a wonderful experience
OPINION: It's great to get out on the water, snow, mountains and rocks. All in one day? Exhausting but brilliant.
Canterbury dancers also won two individual prizes at the New Prague Dance Festival.
REVIEW: The obvious empathy between soloist and orchestra demonstrated exactly how to tackle Rachmaninov without losing any of the emotional impact.