Welcome return to Dunedin for award-winning show

"An unapologetic, sometimes humorous, sometimes confronting feast for the eyes, ears and soul."

Posted: Tuesday April 6, 2021

Dunedin Fringe 2021 Award winners

Posted: Thursday April 1, 2021

Dark Dunedin: Season Two, Episode One

Posted: Thursday April 1, 2021

New publisher at University Press

Dunedin poet and prose writer Dr Sue Wootton has been appointed as the new publisher at Otago University Press.

Posted: Tuesday March 30, 2021

The directors’ cut

As the Dunedin Fringe Festival closes and two other arts festivals loom, their directors peruse each other’s offerings.

Posted: Tuesday March 30, 2021

Help The Playhouse Theatre get a refurbishment

Posted: Tuesday March 30, 2021

2021 Bucheon Residency Program

Posted: Tuesday March 30, 2021

Thief! - Dunedin Fringe Festival

Posted: Monday March 29, 2021

Dispatches from the fringes

Posted: Sunday March 28, 2021

Prison creative-writing stimulus

The Otago Daily Times prison creative-writing competition is back and promises to be bigger than ever.

Posted: Sunday March 28, 2021

Significant Archibald Baxter poetry find

A Dunedin student’s discovery and publication of poems by World War 1 conscientious objector Archibald Baxter is shedding new light on previous little-known parts of his life.

Posted: Sunday March 28, 2021

Pupils put favourite things to verse

Anderson’s Bay School pupils prefer climbing trees and writing poetry.

Posted: Friday March 26, 2021

Memoir tells the story of a Dunedin family

A new book, Mornington Memoirs, delves into the lives of the Jelley family, their friends and neighbours.

Posted: Friday March 19, 2021

Multitude of events for Race Relations Week

Race Relations Week will celebrate diversity, Dunedin Multi-Ethnic Council president Lux Selvanesan says.

Posted: Thursday March 18, 2021

New festival celebrates women’s art and music

The Dunedin Festival of Women’s Art and Music (DfestWAM) will be launched this weekend, as part of the Dunedin Fringe Festival.

Posted: Thursday March 18, 2021

Festival showcasing homegrown diversity

As New Zealand travellers pile into camper vans to discover beaches and bistros across the country, the Dunedin Writers & Readers Festival organiser says limiting guests to domestic writers does not make the writing any less stunning.

Posted: Wednesday March 17, 2021

2021 Camperdown Robert Burns Scottish Festival

Posted: Wednesday March 17, 2021


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