Arts

23/04/07

Written by Gerald Sibleyras Translated by Tom Stoppard Directed by Ross Jolly Circa Two until May 5 Concessions $18 with one hour standby. Share on Facebook+1 on Google+Post to TumblrTweet this

23/04/07

So it’s actually Paul here, ‘cos I asked Ruth, what’s your favourite album ever? And she’s like,”I can’t answer that… it’s like saying what’s your favourite cell in your body.” Share on Facebook+1 on Google+Post to TumblrTweet this

23/04/07

Inanagua, April 6-8 Phat 07 ended with detrimental feedback due to management, facility and site problems. Phat Moon – a two day dance party from the 6th to 8th of April – at the same site (Inanagua, on the West Coast in the South Island) was thrown as a bid to restore the punters’ faith [...]

23/04/07

Paramount April 8, 10 With the sham trial and conviction of David Hicks, attention has been on with what Amnesty International has called “the gulag of our times,” – Guantánamo Bay Prison. Share on Facebook+1 on Google+Post to TumblrTweet this

23/04/07

Wellington theatre company Theatre Militia is known for its hard-hitting, political, devised work and a collaborative company ethos. In a time in Wellington theatre where the professional theatres are working hard to make ends meet, Theatre Militia are about to celebrate their third birthday. At the same time, its highly-anticipated new show A Bright Room [...]

23/04/07

A recent NZSM101 Lecture, Hugh McKenzie LT104 Lecturer: Good morning everyone. Today we will be continuing our discussion concerning the composition of average music. Share on Facebook+1 on Google+Post to TumblrTweet this

23/04/07

Fans of French comedy will need no prompting to see this delightful and hilarious film. The latest instalment in screen legend Charlotte Rampling’s career renaissance sees Antoine de Caunes directing her opposite French star Jean Rochefort. Share on Facebook+1 on Google+Post to TumblrTweet this

23/04/07

The first time I heard the trademark DFA ‘sound’ was on The Rapture’s cowbell clunking ubersingle, ‘House of Jealous Lovers’. I was blown away. Their landmark LP Echoes suffered from a little bit of inconsistency, but at the time I hadn’t heard anything else like it. When the Rapture split for the majors DFA head-honcho [...]

23/04/07

Produced & Directed by Ronald Trifero Nelson Devised by The Wheelbarrow Group BATS Theatre, April 12 – 21 Share on Facebook+1 on Google+Post to TumblrTweet this