Fun-filled events on at Uxbridge

Hopetoun Brown Friday May 10, 8pm Three of the country's finest musicians stomp and parp across a musical landscape of blues, roots, soul and...

Fox and star cast interpret “Bird” Parker’s classic work

By PJ Taylor Rodger Fox is New Zealand’s king of big band jazz, but his latest musical project fuses the instruments of the classical domain...

Gig gets guitarists out on show

Sunday night (April 7) saw more than two hours of exciting, top quality guitar music, staged by Auckland Guitar School at the Uxbridge Theatre...

Bringing the Howick hills alive with local talent

The Howick hills are well and truly humming with The Sound of Music. The upcoming production at the Harlequin Theatre has more than 75 per...

Playing with light and colour

For someone who has always been fascinated by the play of light and explaining shape through light, it came as a huge...

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)...

Easter art: artists wanted!

East Auckland artists have been creating Easter Art for the past 13 years as part of Stations of the Cross. Exhibition organisers from Cession Community...

In a spin for music charity

Ever wondered how music is created and captured on a vinyl record? With the renaissance for affection of the vinyl record in mind, a unique...

Special guest at Polyfest today

  The world’s largest Maori and Pacific Island festival, the ASB Polyfest got underway yesterday at the Manukau Sports Bowl in Auckland. The four-day festival started...

Peace poster success for Mackenzie

Mackenzie Alley has seen her entry in the Lions International Peace Poster Contest go global. Howick Lions Club past president Ian Packwood said Mackenzie, now...