50 bubbles across NZ to present NYT’s Wendy

Keeping the spark alive as life came to a standstill during lockdown is the National Youth Theatre's (NYT) new virtual production Wendy (in a...

The legacy of Anzac: why is it still so significant?

Why do Kiwis and Australians still view the Gallipoli campaign, fought more than 100 years ago in a distant Turkish peninsula, as an expression...

Te Tuhi opens winter exhibitions

Local contemporary art gallery Te Tuhi opened its winter exhibitions on Saturday May 29. A large crowd was in attendance – showcasing the diversity and...

Pitch perfect and powerful voices

The audience at Divas and Divos, Operatunity’s Daytime Concert at St Columba Church were treated to some of the best operatic voices in the...

To be a pirate, or a mermaid?

Cockle Bay School’s junior students have two final shows to perform of their production, Pirates vs Mermaids, so if you’ve got no plans tonight,...

Royal New Zealand Ballet launches live streaming of performances

Starting this Friday, 3 April, the Royal New Zealand Ballet will offer free broadcasts of recent performances via Facebook Premiere. First up will be Christmas...

Exhibition at Rices Mall

A vacated butcher shop is the home of a local author's upcoming three-day ecology exhibition. An award-winning children's book writer, Marilyn J Bakker's work, entitled...

Children’s books – a need to read!

As the lockdown continues, little ones will be getting especially antsy. So, here are a few of our favourite books for children, all of...

Down the rabbit hole at Harlequin Musical Theatre

"I'm late, I'm late...for a very important date!" Join Alice, the White Rabbit, the Mad Hatter and the Queen of Hearts and fall down the...

Briana winner of People’s Choice Award

Briana Woolliams was awarded the People’s Choice Winner of The Estuary Art and Ecology Award hosted by the Uxbridge Arts and Culture at the culmination...

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