Art & Entertainment

Music trust seeks extra members

TRUSTEES are being sought for Gore's country music festival trust. Trust board chairman Jeff Rea said the New Zealand Country Music Festival Trust was looking...

Young artists getting creative during lockdown

COVID-19 lockdown has seen many initiatives to occupy people at home during the past weeks. Te Anau woman Jeannie Herring, an artist with a Diploma...

Boys’ choir records a lockdown hit

A GLOBAL pandemic was never going to stop an Invercargill boys' choir from collectively singing their lungs out. Despite all being in lockdown, 20 members...

Debut exhibition showcases talent

STILL life, abstract and landscapes will fill South Alive's The Pod, behind The Pantry this month. Featuring mainly acrylic works, artist Susan Cook will be...

Circus comes to town 

Images from the Southland Buskers Festival last weekend. Photos: Janette Gellatly

Photographer to share her stories

HUMANITARIAN photographer and storyteller Helen Manson is headed to Invercargill at the end of this month as part of a free event through Tearfund's...

Decaying Bluff’s Club Hotel inspires exhibition

THE fate of Bluff's derelict Club Hotel has inspired a New Zealand poet and photographer to collaborate for an upcoming exhibition. Miharo is hosting an...

Illusion a ‘powerful’ tool

Macbeth will not be a typical Shakespearean play. Produced by Great South and presented by the Shakespeare in the Park Charitable Trust, Great South's creative...

Macbeth in a new light

ANYTHING of any use will be used during this journey from sanity to insanity in one of Shakespeare's most powerful stories - Macbeth. Produced by...

Young artists relish Master Class

A GROUP of Southland Maori and Pasifika youth had the opportunity to learn from acclaimed New Zealand actor/playwright Victor Rodger and actor/director Anapela Polataivao...
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