What's going to keep you entertained in Nelson.
A one-day workshop to make your own shoes is coming to Nelson.
The Lion King Jr roared to life at Nelson's Theatre Royal with the Nelson Youth Theatre cast putting on a colourful show.
Looking for a way to warm up? Look no further than Nelson Youth Theatre's Lion King production.
Artist Sophie Holt has pushed her creative boundaries by working on an exhibition of cute and quirky ceramic sculptures with her mum.
The nostalgia of cassette tapes has one man still playing them.
The NZTrio is promising to transport its audience through the world of sound in its Nelson performance.
It rocked and rolled its way into the hearts of music fans across the top of the south, and it's coming back for a second act.
Blood Brothers director is on the lookout for thespians who can hold a note. So if you're "tone deaf, there's not much point".
Hollie Smith is on her way to Nelson for two very different live shows in August.
From Nelson Youth Theatre to Elton John biopic - Eddie Mann's acting career is on an upward trajectory.
A play that centres on a scandalous episode in an historic New Zealand landmark will be staged in one of Nelson's historic buildings.
Through domestic milestones and untold miles of travel - Hobnail's 25-year journey is celebrate with a new album and national tour.
Music that captured the changing world of the migrant was on full show at Francesco Turrisi's Nelson concert.
A global lack of organists and pianists is being blamed for the death of church hymns.
The latest exhibition to grace the Suter Art Gallery is one that viewers could relate to and resonate with.
Big Sing as popular as ever, as 100 school choristers take part in regional contest.
With a string of race successes behind him, mountainbiker Brady Stone is in top gear preparing for the next rounds of the Enduro World Series.
Smith is taking her Intimate Song Showcase to seven South Island venues.
From Baroque to the Beatles, variety was the theme at the top of the south Chamber Music Contest.
Two Nelson authors have made the cut for the 2019 New Zealand Book Awards for Children and Young Adults
Ever wondered how to know how to fend off vampires? Dracula - The Bloody Truth could be the show for you.
There was humour, elegance and poise in the Nelson College for Girls production of The Witches of Eastwick.
The Chroma Chamber Choir performed a programme of contemplative choral music, mostly unaccompanied, at Christ Church Cathedral.
Over 100 works of New Zealand print art are on display in Takaka until next month.
After watching the filthy underbelly of Italian crime families, you could almost excuse yourself for feeling like you're part of the gang.
Golden Bay artist Kathy Reilly "felt like some sort of spy" as she sketched the architecture in secretive North Korea.
After waiting for what seemed an eternity, the simmering cauldron of talent at Nelson College for Girls is about to weave its spell once again.
Students young and old will have a chance to celebrate at Dovedale School's 150th reunion this weekend.
Rockquest solo and duo acts have "stunning voices" and "dynamic" guitar skills.