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The Wedding Singer comes to Halswell

The Halswell Drama Group is set to perform a new show based on a popular movie starring Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore.

Rhythm & Alps lineup announced

If you want to see Tash Sultana, Fat Freddy's Drop and ScHoolboy Q in one place, you better head to this year's Rhythm & Alps festival.

Live radio play to take audience into mythical world

Audiences will be transported back to the 1950s in NO Productions Theatre Collective's latest production.

WIN: Cirque du Soleil’s Toruk – The First Flight wants to send your family to the incredible Cirque du Soleil's Turok - The First Flight.

Review: Ex-West End performer brings hilarious London comedy to life in...

Performer Nic Kyle may have had less than 30 people to perform for, but that didn't stop him from bringing the house down in an uplifting one-man show and a dark comedy, writes Georgia OConnor-Harding.

Teacher joins former students’ cast

A teacher at the National Academy of Singing and Dramatic Art is taking part in her former student's first professional show of the year.

Watch: New web-series celebrates Ngai Tahu artists

Cave drawings that are across the South Island serve as the inspiration for some Ngai Tahu artists featured in a new web series.

Watch: Construction of new cinema complex underway

Construction of a new $50 million Hotys cinema complex is underway, promising to bring Xtreme screens and luxury viewing to movie-goers.

Burnside tackles Disney classic

Burnside High School is taking on a Disney classic in its production.

Our People: Burning bras, brutal reviews

Composer Dr Philip Norman has been given a $100,000 grant to document the history of New Zealand composers. He told stories of burning bras, brutal reviews and making music pay.