NZICF 18 | G.O.D (God. Oil. Drugs)

Who says you have to go to church to hear a sermon? Being heralded as the UK’s answer to Chris Rock, our expectations for Dane’s debut NZ show were high

NZICF 18 | Alexis Dubus vs the World

A pleasant hour of orchestrated confusion sums up Alexis Dubus verses the world. Dressed in a velour suit and armed with a miniature ukulele, Dubus started the show with his

NZICF 18 | 5 mins with James Roque

Like so many other Asian children before him, James Roque is a disappointment to his parents. He followed his dreams instead of following the path to become a respected […]

NZICF 18 | 5 mins with Marcel Lucont

Like a good Sauvignon, Marcel Lucont is crisp, dry, and French. A figurehead of the NZ International Comedy Festival, Marcel is returning to our shores with two shows this […]

NZICF 18 | 5 mins with Lauren Pattison

One of UK’s fastest rising stars, Lauren Pattison, is bringing her acclaimed Edinburgh Fringe show, Lady Muck, to New Zealand. Lady Muck explores how to embrace your flaws and […]

Been | Here Lies Love

If you love live musical performances, then this is a show for you.

The life of Imelda Marcos is narrated through the operandi of music, thanks to the writing genius […] Continue Reading…

AWA18 | 5 mins with Fatina Chan

Formed by the existing fixing points along Upper Vulcan Lane, ‘Lane Wave’ delineates the invisible dynamic verticality of the laneway, introducing vitality, boldness and sense of scale.

This temporary installation […] Continue Reading…

AWA18 | 5 mins with Tipare

Artist, Tīpare examines citizenship from a wahine Māori perspective through her multimedia exhibit at Mangere Arts Centre. Her work explores protest movements, the #metoo phenomenon, matrimonial land ownership and […] Continue Reading…

AWA18 | 5 mins with Sam Mitchell

Commemorating the 125th anniversary of women’s suffrage in New Zealand, Sam Mitchell’s new series of works depicts influential female figures.

Describe your piece of work/installation in three words
Women, Creatives, Hommage

What […] Continue Reading…

Been | Retail Therapy

Basement Theater’s Spring Season has sprung!  Most fittingly (excuse the pun) alongside Click-Clack Productions to present ‘Retail Therapy’.  An irreverent and laughter-packed debut by playwright Grace-Amelia Vernal set in […] Continue Reading…

NZFW 2018 | Rachel Mills

Rachel Mills opted to present her non-seasonal collection “Ongoing” in an installation similar to her presentation at last year’s New Zealand Fashion Week.

This […] Continue Reading…

Been | HIR

Entwined with the mediocrity of middle-class America, yet with confronting and combative issues of gender play, war and the reality of domestic turmoil,  ‘HIR’ is a play with layers […] Continue Reading…