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Classical Music: The Radical, Revolutionary Romantic

Ludwig van Beethoven was baptised on 17 December 1770 and thought to have been born just a few days earlier. To honour his 250th...

The Rialto Channel Doco That’s Steeling Our Hearts

For filmmaker Eammon Ashton-Atkinson, releasing his first feature-length documentary Steelers: The World's First Gay Rugby Club during a pandemic has been a labour of...

Competing For New Zealand On Drag Race Down Under

On the 30th of December express was the first media outlet in the world to report that the ‘Australian’ edition of RuPaul’s Drag Race...
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New Zealand International Film Festival Confirms 2021 Dates

The New Zealand International Film Festival has confirmed its 2021 dates with the festival all set to take place from late October. The film festival,...

Having A Ball At Auckland Arts Festival

The Legacy Vogue Ball will see Aotearoa’s three major ballroom houses: Aitu, Coven-Carangi and Iman, battle it out for supremacy. But this event is...

Oh Boylesque! Heavenly Bodies Opens Tomorrow

Heavenly Bodies' Chris Oh! isn’t just a whole snack, he’s an internationally celebrated burlesque performer who is in demand all over Europe since. He...

Drag Race Down Under Queens Officially Ruvealed

Condragulations to Kita Mean, Anita Wigl'it and Elektra Shock for who join confirmed judges RuPaul Charles, Michelle Visage and Rhys Nicholson. Start your engines Aotearoa...
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New Film Showcasing NZ Gender Equality Reaches International Stage

Kiwis’ attitudes towards gender equality is set to feature on the international stage as a new documentary featuring former Prime Minister Helen Clark and...

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