Culture

Art, music and events in Kāpiti and Porirua.

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Trump's back in town

Comedian Alexander Sparrow is back for a third - and possibly final - rendition of American president Donald Trump.

An orange wig, one or two tics and you've got yourself a Donald Trump on your hands.

Karori Cemetery's lone French soldier

A ceremony at the Small Chapel at the Karori Cemetery will honour the 100th anniversary of Tetiamana Atea's death on ...

It's been 100 years since the only French soldier to be buried on New Zealand soil died.

Two lifelong friends mark a WOW anniversary video

Wellington designers Renee Louie, left, and Kayla Christensen have been best friends since kindergarten and for the last ...

As WOW nears its 30th show, two Wellington designers celebrate their own WOW anniversary.

All jazzed up

Jonathan Roxmouth, who plays the role of Billy Flynn, is the epitome of slick suavity.

Chicago The Musical brings its fair share of razzle dazzle to the capital, Ann Hunt says.

Artful success for music centre

Wellington City Council committed to funding the seismic strengthening of the Town Hall, and design work for the first ...

A collaboration of well-known New Zealand artists will help the National Music Centre reach its fundraising goal.

History in the making: PM adds to museum

Te Papa curator Dr Katie Cooper welcomes new items donated by Prime Minster Jacinda Ardern: a baby hat worn by Neve and ...

A baby's beanie, a dress and a newspaper article: small items that have been added to Te Papa's collection.

WOWing audiences since 1987 video

Astralis Anemonessence created by Tarja Pabbruwe of Waiatarua, supreme winner of the 2001 World of Wearable Art.

The weird, wonderful and wild all come out for New Zealand's single largest theatrical production.

Chicago isn't good, it's great

Carmen Pretorius plays bombshell Roxie Hart who needs slimy, money-hungry lawyer Billy Flynn (Jonathan Roxmouth) to get ...

REVIEW: The world's second longest-running musical has hit Wellington and slick is an understatement.

Borodin Quartet stupendous

The current Borodin Quartet played to absolute perfection.

REVIEW: Quartet shows subtlety, refinement and superb balances between all four players.

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