Review - Our Man in Havana

Review: Our Man in Havana a cracker

I’ve always wanted to travel to Cuba. Cheers to you, Howick Little Theatre, for helping me tick that one off the bucket list – 1950’s...

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...

At the Oscars in Beachlands

      It was the night when glamorous stars descended on Beachlands. Guests arrived in their best ensembles for ‘A night in Hollywood’ and were photographed by paparazzi...

Chinese musicians set up shop

By Marianne Kelly Chinese musician William Yu has found his magical place surrounded by a plethora of traditional instruments in the new premises he and...

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...

Local schools win at Eye on Nature competition

By Nathan Morton Pakuranga College student Judges found Auckland’s most promising, young fashion designers and chefs earlier last week, as schools shone at this year’s Eye...

Rocking Diwali celebration

From tongue-tingling South Indian cuisine to henna tattoos, fancy footwork with some cool Bollywood and hip hop moves, more than 100 people had a...

Review: Bad Girls – The Musical

Bad Girls Genre: Musical theatre Written by: Maureen Chadwick and Ann McManus Music and lyrics: Kath Gotts Directed by: Susanne Dell Reviewed by: Diane Andrew Four stars Dubbed the ‘baddest and...

Award winning pianist heads to Uxbridge

Award winning pianist, multi-instrumentalist and critically acclaimed Kiwi composer Jonathan Crayford bringing his 'The Steinway Tour' to Uxbridge Arts & Culture next week. Crayford, who has...

REVIEW: Roots at Uxbridge

Title: Roots Written by: Oliver Chong Directed by: Chye-Ling Huang Performed by: Amanda Grace-Leo Uxbridge Arts & Culture was almost packed to the brim last Friday night for...