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Exhibition celebrates fellowship

AN exhibition celebrating 18 years of the Southland Art Foundation's William Hodges Fellowship is on now at the Invercargill Public Art Gallery. ... as others...

WW1 story to be shared

A GRAND-DAUGHTER encourages her grandfather to talk about his experiences during World War 1 in Bill Massey's Tourists, the latest offering for Southland audiences...

Six musicians to join Hall of Fame

SIX prominent Southland musicians will be honoured with induction in the Southland Musicians Club Southland Rock and Roll Hall of Fame at a special...

Ready to hit the road

IT'S difficult to pigeon-hole the upcoming one-off show The Open Road "It is a concert within a story as opposed to a musical... using classic...

Classic tale of woe a delight to perform

ROYAL New Zealand Ballet (RNZB) dancer Abigail Boyle describes the company's latest production – Romeo & Juliet – as a feast for the eyes. Based...

Dan Davin Awards

Dan Davin Short Story Writing Awards were held at the Civic Theatre last Friday. This year's winners were Mouse Diver-Dudfield (adult section winner and runner-up),...

King Kapisi in the south for Polyfest

AWARD-WINNING New Zealand Samoan hip-hop artist King Kapisi visited Invercargill last week to MC the high school showcase Murihiku Polyfest Rangatahi Toa, organised by...

Southland’s rugby history celebrated

ITEMS, stories and images from 130 years of Southland rugby history are on display at the Southland Museum & Art Gallery. The exhibition, Rugby Southland:...

Exciting ensemble for play

THE cast of Repertory Invercargill's production of the charming play Calendar Girls has been revealed. Director Angela Newell said Repertory Invercargill had assembled an "outstanding...

Dance Unity ecstatic dance

Event facilitator Julie Moynihan said the Dance Unity public event organised for Friday, September 1, was based on the worldwide ecstatic dance movement. "It is...
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