Christchurch theatre-goers can find controlled chaos at the Mat Hatter's Tea Party after Christmas.
REVIEW: Adaptation of the Christmas favourite isn't deeply intellectual theatre, but it's just what you need this time of year.
REVIEW: Rarely has acting been elevated to such levels of high physical risk.
The play where things go wrong and awkwardness infiltrates the stage.
REVIEW: This Christmas opera featuring an 18-piece orchestra, a small ensemble cast and a chorus had much to commend it.
Belly laughs in game wizard drama at Court Theatre.
REVIEW: Mrs Krishnan knows how to put on a good party for Christchurch theatregoers.
Mrs Krishnan's Party is a wild stage show where the audience gets involved.
REVIEW: Christchurch Symphony Orchestra deserved flowers at the end of its Brothers in Arms concert.
REVIEW: In a term straight out of a Noel Coward play, "whimsy" sums up Bill Bailey's humour perfectly.
REVIEW: If you love Les Mis, see it again – if you've never seen it, you won't be disappointed.
REVIEW: There are a few flaws in Mum's Choir, but there are wonderful musical moments and excellent performances.
"Although we have an amazing theatre scene by and large, the public is not aware of it," playwright Roger Hall says.
REVIEW: I guess that no one at The Court Theatre cheerfully burbled that traditional thespian call of "break a leg" before the curtain rose on the production of Misery on Saturday.
A new Christchurch theatre company offering plays for babies.
Kiwi ballet prodigy Joshua Guillemot-Rodgerson survived Hurricane Harvey – and now he's reaching for the stars.
Christchurch's Free Theatre has been told to leave the Arts Centre after it failed to secure a way to become financially viable.
Review: The Biggest sets out as a comedy about men and fish but carries deeper questions.
REVIEW: Aaron Loeb's play Ideation is a sinister corporate tango.
REVIEW: Chris Moore returns to the scene of the crime to review the second-half of Christchurch Free Theatre's curiouser and curiouser Tom Waits-penned production.
REVIEW: The cast of Alice obviously had huge fun bringing Tom Waits' contemporary musical to the stage.The same couldn't be said for some perplexed members of the audience.
Animals - real and imagined - are taking over the city during the next seven days.
REVIEW: Lyttelton Arts Factory's double-bill of one-woman shows offer raw energy and luminous performances.
Music is all around the city this week, including visits from artists as diverse as The Killers and Foster & Allen.
Beating stage fright to bring street magic to huge crowds might be Dynamo's hardest trick.
REVIEW: Director Stephen Robertson should be well pleased with the results of his labours.
Comedians, cricket and Kabbadi are all on display in Christchurch this long weekend.
REVIEW: The Royal New Zealand Ballet's ambitious production does full justice to Jane Campion's movie.
Formed in Australia's Blue Mountains by Christchurch born Stephen Taberner, the top-hat clad men in black of the Spooky Men's Chorale descend upon the city this weekend for an evening of song.
REVIEW: Recognising that Cantabrians love mocking Auckland, the veteran playwright has obliged with a farce that confirms parochial preconceptions of anything north of the Bombay Hills.