We Strive To Please: An Interview with Pop-up Globe's Miles Gregory
Loose Canons: Rhys Nicholson
Chilly Romance: A Review of No Science To Goodbye

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As the Pop-up Globe's second season starts to wind down, Kate Prior sits down with Artistic Director Miles Gregory to get beyond the bluster.

Dr Miles Gregory smokes rollies. I don’t know why this surprises me. Perhaps because I always connect the image of pouch tobacco to my carpet layer Dad, not Shakespeare scholars. He meets me, rollie in hand, in a carpark at Ellerslie Racecourse. We pass the box...

Loose Canons

Loose Canons is a series in which we invite artists we love to share five things that have informed their work. Meet the rest of our Loose Canons here.

Sydney-based stand-up comedian Rhys Nicholson hit big last year with a nomination for Melbourne International Comedy Festival’s Barry Award, and this year he returns to the New Zealand International Comedy Festival with I’m Fine.

Rhys is a Sydney...

Theatre

Adam Goodall reviews No Science To Goodbye and finds a play that tries to combine poetry and naturalism, but never quite reaches the boil.

The spectre of climate change looms large over Annabel Wilson’s No Science To Goodbye. Frank, a glaciologist from Wanaka, has a front row seat to global warming, helplessly watching it eat away at Southland’s ice shelves. Between scenes he tells us about his...

Featured

Theatre
We Strive To Please: An Interview with Pop-up Globe's Miles Gregory
Loose Canons
Loose Canons: Rhys Nicholson
Theatre
Chilly Romance: A Review of No Science To Goodbye
The New Zealand Fringe Festival 2017: The Final Week
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We've reached the home stretch of the New Zealand...
Theatre
The New Zealand Fringe Festival 2017: The Final Week
By Pantograph Punch
Mine by Right: Copyright in Aotearoa
Read Time: 22 mins
In a knowledgeable essay, Elizabeth Heritage explores...
Literature
Mine by Right: Copyright in Aotearoa
By Elizabeth Heritage
Strange and Empty Plots: A Review of Spirit House
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Spirit House meditates on the nature of art and the...
Theatre
Strange and Empty Plots: A Review of Spirit House
By Rosabel Tan
Sourcing superfans: on nurturing local creative communities
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Immi Paterson-Harkness examines how boot-strappy local...
Screen
Sourcing superfans: on nurturing local creative communities
By Immi Paterson-Harkness
The Auckland Fringe Festival 2017: Week One
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Week one of the Auckland Fringe Festival has two shows...
Theatre
The Auckland Fringe Festival 2017: Week One
By Pantograph Punch
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Jess Bates joins the anarchy of Silo's Revolt. She...
Theatre
Mondays Off: A Review of Revolt. She said. Revolt again
By Jess Bates
One knowledge worker: A review of Martin Thompson's 'Eight Works'
Read Time: 9 mins
Robyn Maree Pickens considers Martin Thompson's ever...
Art
One knowledge worker: A review of Martin Thompson's 'Eight Works'
By Robyn Maree Pickens
A Dramaturgy of Sound: On Complicite's 'The Encounter' and Being Alone Together
Read Time: 16 mins
For the first time ever, groundbreaking British theatre...
Theatre
A Dramaturgy of Sound: On Complicite's 'The Encounter' and Being Alone Together
By Kate Prior
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