Harlequin Theatre brings good Company

Poignant and often funny, "Company" recently played on the West End and topped the list of the 2019 Olivier Award nominations with nine nominations...

Mystery thriller: Holmes for the holidays

THEATRE  American playwright Ken Ludwig has written around 30 highly successful plays – among them The Beaux Stratagem, Lend Me a Tenor, and Shakespeare in...

Affordable Lighting Design workshop

If you have always wanted to learn about lighting design for theatre, now’s your chance. Coming up on April 13-14 at Howick Little Theatre (HTL)...

Howick History: The “Old Age” Pension

Having served in the British Army for 20 years or more, the Fencibles of Howick, worn out, infirm and poor, collected their paltry pensions...

Learning to fly

In three minutes flat there were 282 registrations for a role in Peter Pan, National Youth Theatre Company's (NYTC) latest production primed for a...

‘Fondly familiar’:Local Photographer commended

Cockle Bay photographer Lisa Monk was awarded highly commended in the 2020 Trustpower Photography Exhibition last Friday. Her piece “Fondly familiar" was selected from thousands...

Review: I’ve become quite Fawn’d of Stag and Doe

STAG AND DOE A comedy by Mark Crawford/Canada/2014 Directed by Jake La Jeunesse Reviewer: Jim Birchall On a sultry night at the end of summer, I went along...

Winning estuary entry ‘unmissable’

Congratulations to Kohl Tyler-Dunshea, first place winner of this year’s prestigious Estuary Art and Ecology Prize. The Estuary Art Awards bring together artworks by local...

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...

Houstoun plays The Egyptian for the final time

  Please Note: The Houston plays 'The Egyptian' concert has been postponed. It will now take place on Sunday September 6, 5pm at the Vodafone...


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