Art & Entertainment

Taking on the works of the Bard

JAMES Hargest College pupil Sarah-Lene Hogg spent the first week of the school holidays immersing herself in the works of the Bard. Sarah-Lene (17) represented...

‘Uplifting’ musical returns

VETERAN New Zealand actor Andrew Laing believes The Sound of Music has earned the right to be called one of the world's best-loved musicals. "It's...

Offering support to artists

ARTS Murihiku is putting the call out to artists and voluntary arts organisations in need of operational support as part of a two-year pilot...

Writers unite to show support

THE first meeting of the South Alive Writers Group was held at the South Alive Community Artspace in the South City Mall last month. The...

Through the lens

WHAT do empty spaces, disused play equipment, rubbish and bare alleyways have in common? They are all opportunities within a community seen through the lens...

A festival of singing

SUNDAY afternoon is shaping up to be a harmonious occasion at First Presbyterian Church. Presented by the Southland branch of the New Zealand Choral Federation,...

Students ready for epic event

EPIC Jam 2017, Southern Institute of Technology's (SIT) annual singer/songwriter showcase, will hit the SIT Centrestage next Thursday. The main acts of the night will...

Exhibition shows new beginnings

EXPLOSIONS of colour tell the story of artist Lyn Henry's latest exhibition, Primavera! New Beginnings. Henry said the collection of more than 40 pastel artworks...

Quintet creates a unique sound

CHAMBER Music New Zealand's Kaleidoscopes 2017 season will end on a high note at the Civic Theatre on Sunday. Grammy-nominated woodwind ensemble Imani Winds, from...

Poetry in motion

AN afternoon of poetry is planned for Invercargill this Sunday. The recital will feature performance poet Blair Reeve, former poet laureate Cilla McQueen and an...
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