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Guitar school delivers musical showcase

Keeping it local in these uncertain times, Sunday night (28th March) saw over two hours of exciting, top quality guitar music, staged by Auckland...

People’s Choice Award goes to Amber Adams

The Estuary Art and Ecology Award showcased at the Malcolm Smith Gallery at Uxbridge recently announced the People's Choice Award. As art enthusiasts struggled from...

UXBRIDGE calls for entries for Estuary Art and Ecology Prize

It’s nearly time to enter the Estuary Art and Ecology Prize, now in its 14th year, with a prize pool of $8300. Successful entries will...

Exhibition: From Here to Africa- The Maasai people

Photographer Ilan Wittenberg held court at Uxbridge on February 28, for the opening of his exhibition, a series of photos titled ‘From here to...

Photography at Uxbridge : Sharp focus on Africa

Auckland’s cultural arena includes at least one show that’s likely to grab some attention this summer – a striking collection of monochrome prints of...

The Nukes pioneer ukulele affection

Of all musical instruments, the ukulele is the one that makes everyone happy. Even grumps crack a smile. The high and bright string sound hits...

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...

Art explores cultural identity and sexuality

Bildungsroman is a rather unusual title for a first solo exhibition at Uxbridge, Malcolm Smith Gallery. Areez Katki says he likes the sound of it. “I’ve...

Countdown to Howick’s Santa Parade

There’s just nine sleeps until Howick Santa Parade and organisers Bo and Pip Burns are putting the final frantic touches to the very full...

Ugly learns to celebrate his differences

A delightful tale of self worth is coming to Uxbridge these school holidays with a very special Ruske Performing Arts (RPA) musical adaptation of...

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