Bring on the Petal Heads, Rastafairies

Howick Children’s and Youth Theatre has a line-up of two fabulous new productions taking place next week – Patch and Badjelly the Witch. The outdoor...

Dial M for Murder

Tension. That’s what audiences can expect at Howick Little Theatre’s latest production, Dial M for Murder. The psychological thriller, directed by Alex Gleed, focuses on...

Deft Doublinszki mesmerises Uxbridge audience

He’s got talent, and Thursday night’s performance was no exception for accomplished musician Peter Doublinszki. Having toured Europe extensively, it was a nice surprise to...

East to East shows Chinese community

East Auckland is set for community fame after Julie Zhu’s documentary East to East was ranked in the top 10 of a nationwide filmmaking...

Step into 1950s Havana

It’s a spy satire filled to the brim with deliciously witty humour coming to you this May. Presented by Howick Little Theatre and directed by...

Open doors at Uxbridge

By Nathan Morton Pakuranga College student It’s an exciting month for the Uxbridge Performing Arts Centre, which is set to host an Open Day for the...

‘An Artist’s Journey’ showing at Monterey Gallery

Works by award winning painter Russell Hollings will grace the walls of the Monterey Art Gallery this month. The exhibition, ‘An Artist’s Journey’ will feature...

Art Salon invites artists of different genres

With a vision to make it an artistic and cultural hub, the Fo Guang Shan Buddhist Temple in Flat Bush rolled out yet another...

Feet tapping to rhythmic beats

She was just three-years-old when Isabelle Fox first put on her tap dancing shoes, and she hasn't stopped dancing since. Winning around 40 dance trophies...

Local artist shines in new exhibition

It’s an exciting month for local artist Tracey Coakley who has just opened her group art exhibition Perspective-five female artist at Railway Street Studios...

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