A very spring soiree at Andiamo

Spring has sprung and a new season calls for a menu shake up. Herne Bay institution Andiamo is welcoming a host of new dishes, arriving just in time for warmer climes (and long lunch dates).  The Speak...

In Review: Ad Astra

Ad Astra is, subjectively speaking, a classical "thinking man's space opera". Directed by James Gray (The Lost City of Z), it's as much science-fiction as it is an excursion into past classics.

INTERVIEW: Molly Devine

On August 29th Molly Devine released her EP titled 'Rain in the River'. Chontalle was lucky enough to get to ask her a few questions about the process and EP itself - check out the interview below.If you haven...

In Review: The Farewell

★★★★★ Before I begin this review, please take note that I am writing from a half Asian, half NZ background - a bias which is close to my heart. While scoping out my fellow critics when waiting for the criti...

IN REVIEW: Dope Lemon

Review by Heather McMillan On entrance to the Powerstation last Thursday there was a contrast of energy and smells reflective of Dope Lemon's band name. A mix of young and old filled the...

In Review: PINAY

PINAY, the latest venture of Proudly Asian Theatre (PAT), has hit the Basement. The first NZ-Filipino play to be written and presented in Aotearoa, PINAY has been hotly anticipated throughout its development t...