ONstage: Losing Faith – six reasONs to see this vital new show

ONstage: Losing Faith – six reasONs to see this vital new show

LOSING FAITH is a play which gives voice to all-too-often unspoken ideas around post natal depression. ANNABEL WILSON attended the opening night of its second season, and shares six reasons why you should see this brave new work.  #1: Losing Faith gives you a lot to talk about. Through its two hour tracing of the protagonist’s trajectory through PND, the […]

ONboard: How to have it all on Hamilton Island

ONboard: How to have it all on Hamilton Island

After the devastation of Cyclone Debbie, Hamilton Island is making a swift recovery and is welcoming guests back to enjoy its idyllic sunsets, sailing and sandy coves. ANNABEL WILSON spent three days with the locals and discovered the best of the island’s secrets… Post music festival recuperation will never be the same. When I called my dear friend Renee From […]

ON release: Arma Del Amor’s new single ‘Taking Back The Sea’

ON release: Arma Del Amor’s new single ‘Taking Back The Sea’

Heavy-hitting electronic duo Arma Del Amor have been mixing up a moody storm in the studio recently. ANNABEL WILSON talks to Martine Harding and Danny Fairley on the eve of their new single and video release. Read ON for insights into their creative process, the story behind their latest sound and a little spot of Lion’s Mane tea. Then scope […]

ONboard: Six Travel Hacks for your Fiji Family Holiday

ONboard: Six Travel Hacks for your Fiji Family Holiday

As Australia and New Zealand are hit with a wintery blast, many travellers point the compass for sunnier climes in neighbouring Pacific Islands. May – October is the dry season in family-friendly Fiji, and the ideal time to visit. ONMAG shares six travel hacks to help you make the most of a Fijian vacation with children. If you stay on […]

Five reasONs to shred early season Mt Hutt

Five reasONs to shred early season Mt Hutt

Crowning the Canterbury plains on a bluebird day, the Southern Alps beckon in the distance. It’s early season – the ideal time to make the quest to Mt Hutt. ANNABEL WILSON shares five reasons why you should point the compass to Mt Hutt too, and soon. Sightskiing – From the drive through cabbage-tree studded farmland, up the wide winding access […]

ONstage: Christchurch’s Ubu nights – the best thing about Fridays in the shaky city

ONstage: Christchurch’s Ubu nights – the best thing about Fridays in the shaky city

ANNABEL WILSON drops into the Arts Centre’s refurbished Old Gym for Free Theatre’s Ubu night. Housed in the heart of old Christchurch, the Free Theatre is the vanguard of post-quake cool. The first arts organisation to return to the restored Arts Centre, the company have taken over The Gym where they produce experimental theatre (having just finished their successful season […]

Five reasONs to see No Science To Goodbye at BATS

Five reasONs to see No Science To Goodbye at BATS

  * NO SCIENCE TO GOODBYE is as much about the New Zealand landscape and how it shapes us as people as it is about the three particular people in the play. Set amongst the Southern Lakes, Wilson gives voice to ​the ever-changing lake, and its reflection of those who live around it. * Writer Annabel Wilson is an up and […]