Art & Entertainment

Shakespearean take on health

THE Shakespeare in the Park production and cast is back at Queens Park this week with its version of A Plague O' Both Your...

Waitangi events to go ahead

TE ANAU Waitangi Charitable Trust has confirmed most of the 2022 Waitangi Day commemorations programme will still go ahead in the Red traffic light...

Tales aplenty as Scottish bard celebrated in style

BAGPIPES, tartans, swishing kilts, haggis and of course a good single malt whisky were all part of the flair and fanfare of the Robert...

Shakespeare show all go despite Covid

THE annual Shakespeare in the Park production, A Plague O’ Both Your Houses is under way with a cast of fourteen set to present...

Summer grooves

THE Summer Vineyard Series, featuring internationally-renowned musicians playing an eclectic mix of guitar, piano and folk-dub, comes alive at The Hideaway 201 on January...

Te Anau event popular

MORE than 1000 Southlanders attended the Te Anau Hop 'n' Vine event at the weekend. Co-organiser Kevin Downie said it was the most successful and...

ILT chooses Southland artist

SOUTHLAND artist Trudy Burdon is excited to be working alongside ILT. ILT has commissioned Burdon to provide prints of her work for 68 rooms in...

Artist finds way to contain exhibition

A REFURBISHED shipping container at Orepuki houses the gallery of Invercargill artist Andrea Sexton. The idea to remake the vessel into a pop-up exhibition happened...

Southern dancers to share stage with notable Highland troupe

YOUNG Southland-based Highland dancers competing at the Te Anau Tartan Festival are being offered a golden opportunity to join the cast of the Highland...

Festival a chance to rest and revitalise

SUNSET hues of orange and yellow highlighted the Takitimu Mountains as New Zealand musician Don McGlashan stood centre-stage to capture the attention of 162...
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