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Exhibition a journey

LOCAL artist and found object sculptor Wayne Hill, of Riverton, has ferreted through decades of his artworks, as well as creating "new stuff" for...

Art at the heart

South American-born artist Mauricio Benega with his completed artwork on the Mossburn Farmlands' building last month. Benega produced the mural as part of Farmland's...

Human defying show confirmed for 2019 Southland Arts Festival

THE Southland Arts Festival is going to new heights this year with confirmation of the biggest aerial acrobatics show Southland has ever witnessed. Designed to...

Exhibition showcases 20 years of artwork

INVERCARGILL-BASED artist Eileen Ferns is exhibiting an assortment of art from her body of work over the past 20 years at the South Alive...

A Christmas collaboration

THIS year's Christmas Lunchtime Concert will feature voices from all over the world. To be held at First Church on Friday, December 14, 12.15pm, the...

Musos ready to make some noise

THE Gods of Rock are returning this year and along with being bigger and badder, they're staying for longer. Once again featuring epic guitar riffs...

Actors sought for ‘clever’ play

REPERTORY Invercargill is on the lookout for two actors to open its 2019 season – and the roles are not for the faint-hearted. Venus in...

Death-defying stunts

LIZZIE Tollemache and David Ladderman are playing with fire. The duo, from Rollicking Entertainment, will perform their new show Seven Deadly Stunts at SIT Centrestage...

English takes church’s new organ for a spin

NELSON-BASED organist Kemp English will perform Dancing with the Organ on the recently installed Johannus Ecclesia D470 organ at Invercargill's First Presbyterian Church, Tay St,...

A Halloween treat

THE Horde may be a nightmare for its main character, but the show is a dream come true for Invercargill-based writer Carl Mills. To be...
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