theatre

What’s on in Auckland in August: From Fashion Week to All Blacks

We’re almost halfway through August but there are still plenty of cultural, sporting and lifestyle treats left to enjoy in the City of Sails before the month is out. And we take a cheeky look at what to start putting in our diaries for September, too.

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Mosquitoes Review – Theatre in Sydney

The chaos of sibling rivalry is movingly explored in this STC production at the Sydney Opera House Drama Theatre. Mosquitoes […]

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A Fine Balance

Based on the celebrated novel by Rohinton Mistry, A Fine Balance is a story about hope and the extraordinary endurance of […]

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ASB Season of Under The Mountain

Relive the magic of award-winning novel and hit 80s TV series Under The Mountain.

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Shakespeare’s Globe performs Hamlet at the Calais migrants’ camp

Calais migrants’ camp was treated to a performance from Shakespeare’s Globe as part of their world tour.

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Sticky-icky gummy wall to be cleaned after decades

A sticky tourist attraction that has drawn visitors for decades is in line for a clean-up.

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Taylor Swift gives her blessing to Belvoir Street using Shake it Off, retains Queen of Nice crown

Twitter campaign #greygreyfortaytay gets megastar’s resounding Yes for 70-year-old theatre legends to sing her song

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Method to his madness: Doctor uses Shakespeare to break boundaries in psychiatric care.

A Brazilian doctor has made headlines after using the theatre of Shakespeare to treat his psychiatric patients.

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The Divine Ms M. twerks at Harvard

Helen Mirren accepted an award from a Harvard theatre group, delighting onlookers by twerking.

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Laura Linney: Time of her life

Laura Linney is not afraid to forgo glamour for a great role and unlike some of her counterparts, her light just keeps getting brighter with age, earning her much respect among acting’s elite.

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The making of King Kong

Find out more about Melbourne’s world exclusive theatre production King Kong.

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Going native in New York

Blend in with the locals with these insider tips and come away with a more genuine taste of the Big Apple.

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Shakespeare festival kicks off with Haka dance

Shakespeare festival starts in London with a performance of “Troilus and Cressida” in Maori language by New Zealand theatre company Ngakau Toa. MiNDFOOD reports.

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A touch of whimsy goes a long way

Donna Duggan spends a memorable evening at the Sydney Theatre Company and remembers why theatre is good for the soul. MiNDFOOD reports.

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Hollywood dominates Olivier theatre awards

Hollywood stars Rachel Weisz, Jude Law, Keira Knightley and Gillian Anderson have all been nominated for Laurence Olivier Awards, British theatre’s top accolades.

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Oysters – the Tudor version of cinema popcorn

Oysters – the Tudor version of cinema popcorn

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Sandra Bullock 2009’s top star

In the eyes of US movie theatre owners, Sandra Bullock shined as 2009’s top Hollywood star at the box office, MiNDFOOD reports.

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In the kitchen: Tobie Puttock

Celebrity chef Tobie Puttock’s dream meal would be a Sunday roast shared with his wife, MiNDFOOD reports.

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Five minutes with Nathalie Gagné

Milly Nolan speaks with the intriguing Nathalie Gagné, head make-up designer for the world renowned Cirque Du Soleil.

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81st Academy Awards Red Carpet Fashion

81st Academy Awards Red Carpet fashion gallery, brought to you by MiNDFOOD.

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