Entertainment

Classical music with a creative twist

WITH comparisons to the Rolling Stones and Cirque du Soleil, Baroque ensemble Red Priest will begin Chamber Music New Zealand's 2019 season in Invercargill...

Artist returns with collection

WELL-KNOWN New Zealand landscape painter and former Southlander Nigel Wilson is exhibiting his work in the south for the first time in 20 years. Wilson's...

Dancer poles third place

ARTISTRY perfectly defines her skill and grace on the pole and it was artistry which earned Invercargill pole dancer Saniya Thompson third place in...

Acclaimed dance work to kick off arts festival

THE southern-most arts festival in the world is back and ready to treat Southland audiences to some of the best of New Zealand arts. The...

Rising star makes history

RISING star Sam Cullen has made history, becoming the first contemporary song-writing musician to receive the top mark in NCEA Scholarship Music in New...

Theatre buff marks 40 years in showbiz

THIS year marks four decades since Invercargill theatre stawart Mark homes first tread the boards. His first performance was in the chorus of Invercargill Operatic...

Pupils’ chance to shine

IT is that time of year for artists to get their creative juices flowing, especially since organisers are urging them to start thinking of...

‘One-man band’ to join festival

LIL'L Chuck The One Man Skiffle Machine is ready to make some noise. The Christchurch-based performer will be entertaining passers-by this weekend during the 10th...

Buskers back for 10th year

DARING, dynamic and delightful, the Southland Buskers Festival has been drawing attention for the past decade. The annual summer event is back for its 10th...

Family creates magic

AN upcoming exhibition at the Chiaroni Gallery in Invercargill is a family affair. Entitled Aiga Exhibition, Aiga meaning family in Samoan, the collection features the...
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