The controversial Danish play on Norwegian extremist Anders Breivik comes to Auckland’s Basement Theatre.
A speculation on Danny Boyle’s recently announced sequel to Trainspotting—an adaptation of Irvine Welsh’s novel Porno—and what it means for the film’s legacy.
Returning for a season at the Basement Theatre in September, Eamonn Marra’s Respite finds laughter and sadness through literary influence.
On the eve of this year’s Man Booker Prize shortlist announcement, nominee Anna Smaill talks in-depth about her captivating debut novel, The Chimes.
Eli Kent and The PlayGround Collective’s highly accomplished play debuts in Auckland.
Jake Gyllenhaal on Everest, family, boxing, and Lou Bloom’s connection with Donnie Darko.
Silo Theatre’s daring production of David Greig’s award-winning play; Auckland Theatre Company team up with stage veterans George Henare, Ken Blackburn, and Ray Henwood.
Alex Mitcalfe Wilson charts the journey a book follows when it is published today, telling a story of creativity and commitment through the words of those who carry a text through each step of that path: writers, editors, designers, printers, binders, booksellers, and librarians.
SJD walks us through the creative process behind his latest and greatest album, Saint John Divine.
Sarah Cordery’s eloquent meditation on the Israel-Palestine conflict also speaks to a potentially unique—and exciting—way forward for New Zealand filmmaking.