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Visual Art

First art competition for year 13 talent at Windsor Gallery

Windsor Gallery judges Nathan Pohio, a conceptual artist and Assistant Curator at the Christchurch Art Gallery, and ...

Budding young artists from 18 schools across Canterbury are taking part in the Windsor Gallery's first art competition for year 13 students on September 6.

Ten art exhibitions to see in September

From artistic concerns about the state of the planet to two new pop-up shows, these are the must-see exhibitions in the Garden City this month.

What's on in Christchurch this week

New exhibition aiming to change perceptions

Christchurch Music

Unusual Pianomania ends on a high note

Freddy Kempf delivered some fine piano playing with the NZSO.

REVIEW: Mixed "satisfaction" from an unusual programme.

Martin Phillipps: Alive or dead?

The Chills frontman Martin Phillipps at home in Tainui, Dunedin.

Chills legend to star in biopic written with two endings: one in which he dies and the other he overcomes a life-threatening disease thanks to a miracle cure.

Modern Māori on not so serious tour

Maaka Pohatu, Francis Kora, Matariki Whatarau and James Tito, forming the Modern Māori Quartet.

The quartet are on the road to 14 theaters across NZ, where they expect to meet a lot of aunties.

Sumptuous playing from CSO

Tamsin Waley-Cohen joined the CSO for Saturday's concert.

REVIEW: When the Christchurch Symphony Orchestra delivers concerts like this, what's not to like?

Big Band Ball in jazz festival

Queenstown Jazz Festival Trust chairman Luke Baldock, Wakatipu Youth Trust trustee Jan Maxwell, youth worker Richie ...

Formal and flapper dress encouraged for the special night out.

Theatre

Review: The Things Between Us

'The Things Between Us' had its world premiere in Christchurch this week.

Luke Di Somma's new musical is an emotionally intense, high concept rom-com.

Brilliance of Bowie reframed

Sven Ratzke is utterly at home in his interpretations of David Bowie's songs.

REVIEW: Sven Ratzke is utterly at home in his interpretations of David Bowie's songs.

Making it up as you go - what could go possibly wrong?

Some of the original cast of Christchurch improv group, the Court Jesters, are reuniting to perform Scriptless First ...

The First Class reunion show celebrates the proud tradition of Christchuch's improv theatre.

The Broadway dream

Claire Steel rehearses for the latest NASDA show Cabaret with her fellow third-year cast.

Christchurch student Claire Steel says the path to becoming a musical theatre performer is a difficult one, but one she is destined for.

Inspired nonsense a recipe for success

Culinary decorum was turned upside down by the Chef: Come Dine With Us performers.

REVIEW: Culinary decorum was turned upside down by the Chef: Come Dine With Us performers.

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