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...

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...

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...

New exhibition explores pulse of life

Up and coming artist Yona Lee has opened her latest exhibition In Transit (Arrival) commissioned by Pakuranga-based Te Tuhi with a focus on the...

Uxbridge centre comedy night a roaring success

If you’re considering a comedy night at Uxbridge Arts Centre in Howick, don’t think twice about it. Last Friday’s session began as most comedy shows...

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...

Review: The Pink Hammer

If you’re down for a laugh or two, don’t mind language that could offend, and appreciate being reminded not to judge a book by...

Talented tenor trio take the stage

Operatunity’s Daytime Concert Series is bringing ‘That’s Amore’ to Botany next week, and hope they’ll bring a dose of Italian happiness along with it! Held...

Ladies, hammer and workshop humour

Grab your gal pals and make sure you get yourself along to the Howick Little Theatre for ‘The Pink Hammer’, directed by Patricia Wichman. The...

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...

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