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Ambitious comedy based on politics

It is clear the talented cast of the Canterbury Repertory Theatre's latest show has worked very hard to pull it off.

Recording studio’s fundraiser

Orange Studios needs $10,000 before it can be used, and it is hoping to get a hand from the public.

Yes, Prime Minister: Taking the mickey out the Government

Canterbury Repertory Theatre is staging a new play taking the mickey out of governments.

Are you a Gretel, or a Brigitta?

Producers are on a nationwide search for talented young singers to play the young von Trapp children

Returning to The Court Theatre stage

Its been 26 years since Yvonne Martin last performed in Russian playwright Uncle Vanya, but she will now play a key role in The Court Theatre's newest adaptation.

A cappella group on road to stardom

It was just over a year ago Malia and Julian Hay set up their own contemporary a cappella academy. Now they have entered their top group in a national competition.

Regrouping theatre numbers after earthquakes

The Sumner Theatre Group are putting out a casting call to encourage more people in the community to join after dwindling numbers.

Singer bares his soul in musical comedy

Gary Starlight, also known as Jeff Clark is set to perform a three-night season in the upcoming Cavell Leitch International Jazz and Blues Festival.

Inspired by the Sublime

Inspired by local landscapes, painter Simon Edwards creates artworks that overwhelm the senses. Words Anne Hudson Simon Edwards is a regular contributor to Art in...

Cathedral Square gets art work

Life and Hope, was created to portray the city’s regeneration after the earthquakes and is designed to reflect Christchurch looking to the future with hope and expectancy.