A local celebrity cook-off is planned for the third annual Motueka Kai Fest, to be held at Decks Reserve on Sunday.
Visitors to Washbourn Gardens in Richmond may think they have stepped back in time.
If you've never seen the sights or heard the sounds of a K-pop dance group, you're in a treat at Race Unity Day.
Two actors are set to reprise their roles 20 years after they last performed in a Nelson Repertory Theatre production of 'Allo 'Allo!
They were named to support Black Sabbath on a world tour. Then it all fell apart. Now, there are hopes Christchurch band Ticket could reunite ...
Nelson actor Matthew Edgar has had a busy year in the performing arts.
World War I has been brought alive for many pupils at schools across the Nelson-Tasman region.
Show designed to make you think twice about how society deals with the mentally ill.
Nelson Repertory Theatre has taken Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol and given it a steampunk twist for its latest production.
The signing of the armistice that ended First World War hostilities will be dramatised at Nelson's historic Church Steps.
Garrett Kato showed Nelson that he is a musical force to be reckoned with.
Review: Dance show was disturbing, beautiful, comic and a touch confusing.
Jazz funk band dispel remnants of gloom under blue skies, after days of rain.
Review: Cleverly told tales of Central Otago gold rush hauntings left audience shrieking and giggling.
Slapstick comedy, acrobatics and magic made a great big mess at the Suter Theatre on Thursday.
Canadian singer/songwriter Garrett Kato became a star after moving to Australia for love. He plays two New Zealand shows, including the Nelson Arts Festival, next week.
Waimea College hall was a blaze of colour last weekend during the Nelson Festival of Quilts.
A record number of local performers and a ballet coup feature in this year's arts festival.
Writer Maurice Gee went quiet about 10 years ago and we thought he'd stopped writing, but a new book has appeared.
A flax flower installation of 2500 blooms is planned to represent each Nelsonian who was engaged in World War I.
Sci-fi author HG Bells stayed awake as long as she could when her new book Sleep Over was released.
An idea bubbling away for years finally made it to the silver screen, receiving a golden thumbs up from festival goers.
Steampunk will be right at home in this year's Nelson Masked Parade which has a weird and wonderful theme.
Creating tributes to loved ones when they die can help make sense of the loss.
Dodgy dance moves, glam guitars, glossy synths and pervy funk jams: brace yourself for incoming Melbourne "New Jack Swing" band, Sex On Toast.
Declared “a national living treasure” in 1999, legendary Australian cartoonist Michael Leunig is on his way here for the Nelson Arts Festival.
The three Thinking Brunches on the Arts Festival menu will surely satisfy your curiosity.
Poet and author Panni Palasti is scheduled to give a free talk at Richmond Library about growing up in war-time Hungary.
James Russell's children's books and junior novels have been known to get even the most reluctant young readers hooked.
Richmond and Motueka libraries have teamed up with Nelson Repertory Theatre to deliver free play readings in celebration of New Zealand Theatre Month.