Don McGlashan remains at the height of his powers with Lucky Stars, his latest album and release tour.
Declan Greene’s confronting play comes to Silo.
Indian Ink revives its New Zealand theatre classic; the familiar road trip play is delivered with dorky charm.
Previously at the Auckland Film Society: Losey and Pinter’s masterful first collaboration.
On the unsettling and unlikely beauty of Alexander McQueen’s designs, currently in retrospective at London’s Victoria and Albert Museum.
At the Sydney Film Festival 2015: Hong Sang-soo’s latest, Hill of Freedom, plus documentaries Breaking a Monster, The Russian Woodpecker, and Ulrich Seidl’s In the Basement.
At the Sydney Film Festival 2015: Sebastian Silva’s Nasty Baby; plus, Vivid LIVE curator Ben Marshall on bringing Sufjan Stevens and others to the iconic Sydney Opera House.
Red Leap Theatre’s latest effort is a visually stunning foray into the world of magic-realism
A closer look at the screen iterations of Patricia Highsmith’s classic anti-hero, Tom Ripley.
Part of the two-year world tour of Shakespeare’s classic play of revenge and tragedy.
British playwright Shelagh Stephenson’s metaphysical mystery thriller about loss and liberal sensibility.
An audience with Xinran, Helen MacDonald, and Carol Ann Duffy; plus, final thoughts on the Auckland Writers Festival.
At the Documentary Edge Festival: fringe communities and marijuana decriminalisation.
Peter Pan returns to the stage courtesy of Stage Two Productions.