Art & Entertainment

Korowai o Maata

Southland Museum & Art Gallery visitor host Malia Parkhill (left) and retail manager Heather Moore with a Maori kakahu (cloak), which is being exhibited...

Young musicians rock

THREE-PIECE alt-rock outfit The Dense from James Hargest College took out the Southland regional final of Smokefreerockquest at SIT Centrestage Theatre last Thursday. Lead guitarist...

Discover the beat of African drums

SOUTHLANDERS are being invited to learn the contagious rhythm of African drumming and dance. Master drummer Koffie Fugah will be in Invercargill next month to...

Help wanted for arts centre

PROGRESS is being made on restructuring and reforming the Riverton Community Arts Centre, but more people who are passionate about the arts are needed. The...

Queen show will rock you

BEING able to draw on the experience of Freddie Mercury's friend, biographer and assistant has been an "invaluable" asset for British performer Giles Taylor. Taylor...

‘Studies’ lead to laughs

ONE of the things that riles comedian Urzila Carlson is hearing the phrase "studies have shown". The topic is the basis of Carlson's first solo...

Heading to the Globe Theatre in London

IT'S a dream come true for Fliss Crossley-Pritchard. The 18-year-old actress will soon be winging her way to  the Globe Theatre in London  as part...

Artist’s space popular

CALEY Hall is the first artist to benefit from the Space For Artists (SFA) initiative. Hall, a landscape artist from Invercargill, who works primarily in...

A musical commemoration

A POWERFUL musical event which commemorates World War 1 will close the Southland Festival of the Arts on Saturday. Presented by Rebecca Ryan Concerts, Gallipoli...

Tellers to share their stories

The art of the spoken word is being shared this week by two international storytellers. Donna Jacobs Sife and Ed Stivender are in Southland for...
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