Debbie and David are the couple behind much of Wellington's arts: they talk life, love, Disney Princesses, Chet Baker and why they are turning their focus to photography for Photival as part of Fringe 2017.
Artist Gina Kiel lives a life of colour, joy and art with her family in Island Bay. The Wellingtonian explains how she became a fulltime illustrator, Wellington High School, turning down opportunities for her family and copying Disney characters as a child.
It's unexpected. It's nostalgic. It's New Plymouth born, London based Artist Francis Upritchard's first survey 'Jealous Saboteur' which just opened in Wellington at the City Gallery. The Residents went to look at some art.
A matter of economics and food wastage or an act of kindness? You decide...after watching Wellington poet Ben Stokes' ode to the humble rolled fish and rice in this video from a performance at New Frontiers from Kiwi Connect.
Wow! New Zealand Festival 2016 is shaping up to be the best yet! I review Australian multi-media dance epic 'The Complexity of Belonging' - a fantastic show for everyone, even if you are not used to modern dance.
Change your view on Wellington with early mornings, roof top bars, and a ground-breaking new theatre production from the New Zealand Festival, Storybox digital storytelling and documentary film maker Jess Feast called 'The Woman Who Forgot'.
The Performance Arcade 2016 artist Kane Laing wants us to look at Water a new light - Thickened water anyone? He talks about staying in Wellington, creating art and The Performance Arcade 2016, which starts today down on the waterfront near Te Papa.
Fringe Festival 2016 Lovely Lady Lump addresses cancer in a funny, mad-cap manner and makes you rethink the dreaded c word. Hilarious, clever and sincere - Lana Schwarcz's play is essential viewing this Fringe.
Amelia Taverner is the beauty behind the costumes of this years Summer Shakespeare in the Dell at the Botanical Gardens 'Love's Labours Lost.' She talks costumes, where she finds inspiration and ice coffee.
The Fringe Festival is ON! Which means it's time to close Netflix and get out there to see the best of the arts! Tragic and hopeful, The Residents kicked off the season with Australian show, HART, telling the stories of the stolen generations of aboriginal children in Australia... an absolute MUST SEE.