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ONscreen: Tickled review by Sarah McMullan 0
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ONscreen: Tickled review by Sarah McMullan

TICKLED **** Directors: David Farrier, Dylan Reeve Reviewed by Sarah McMullan It’s the golden rule of the internet. Whatever it is: someone somewhere is probably enjoying it a little TOO much. Welcome to the digital age. Whether that was exactly what David Farrier had in the back of his mind when he stumbled across a competitive tickling page online, is never entirely clear; […]

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Thank F*** it’s Friday with Nisha Madan 1
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Thank F*** it’s Friday with Nisha Madan

This week, ANNABEL WILSON sits down for a soda with Nisha Madan – in Wellington for a week to deliver her sold-out show Titled at Bats theatre. Accompanying Julia Croft’s If there’s not dancing at the revolution, I’m not coming, Titled is part of a cutting-edge twinset of feminist performance art presented by Auckland’s The Town Centre. Madan’s solo piece was […]

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ON stage: Shocking, but powerful: Like There’s No Tomorrow review 1
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ON stage: Shocking, but powerful: Like There’s No Tomorrow review

Partying. Drinking. Crying. Partying. Drinking. Dancing. Partying. Drinking: A modern high school after ball with a twist, but not just any twist, a twist of location, of created framework and of character interpretations. A stand-out show at the recent Festival of Colour, this piece of community theatre is shockingly real and powerful. Like There’s No Tomorrow explores the characters’ weaknesses, insecurities and inner […]

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Gig alert: South Auckland Poets Collective at the Outspoken Festival 0
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Gig alert: South Auckland Poets Collective at the Outspoken Festival

    One of the most popular gigs of last year’s Outspoken Festival of Words & Storytelling was the South Auckland Poets Collective. They are back in the house this week as part of the 2015 Festival – in the house of Kahu tonight doing a free workshop for local youth at the Kahu Youth Crib, in the house of the […]

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Why Sam Hunt matters 3
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Why Sam Hunt matters

Sam Hunt is in town next week for the Outspoken Festival of Words & Storytelling. LAURA WILLIAMSON caught up with New Zealand’s best-known bard as he got ready to head south. Sam Hunt has never owned a pair of shoes in his adult life. He only wears boots. To perform, he says, “ I wear the clothes I feel comfortable […]

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On a hot Arabian night 4
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On a hot Arabian night

    It felt like the first proper summer gig of the year, the mercury hovering near twenty even as the sun went down, the dance floor filling only once darkness had pilfered the last of the pure-perfect lake view from the Gin & Raspberry balcony. Hopefully Lawrence Arabia’s show last night is a sign of things to come, because […]

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Thank F*** it’s Friday: Salmonella Dub giveaway 1
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Thank F*** it’s Friday: Salmonella Dub giveaway

WIN two tickets to Salmonella Soundsystem’s Same Home Town vinyl launch party at Base Backpackers, Queenstown and your very own copy of the record! Read on to find out how… Here at ONmag we LOVE it local. We keep it real. Give give give, that’s us. So we’re shouting a collective YUS because a) It’s Friday b) We have Salmonella […]

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Feelin the rhythm at Burton High Fives After Party with AHoriBuzz & Bulletproof 0
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Feelin the rhythm at Burton High Fives After Party with AHoriBuzz & Bulletproof

  Dancing, djs and downright good times. The local and international snowboarding fraternity were out in force on Friday 13 September for the Burton High Fives After Party at Lake Wanaka Centre, hosted by Rhythm Group and Base FM. Celebrations kicked off with local music don The Nomad and Wellington’s Kev Fresh on the decks, followed by the visceral dub mash ups of AhoriBuzz. Consistent dance […]

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It’s SPRING in WANAKA! 0
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It’s SPRING in WANAKA!

Our fabulous French Femmes Fatales Spring issue can now be found in all the best spots around Wanaka but if you’re in far flung locales and can’t get hold of our quarterly pocket paper treat then there’s always the internet… enjoy our latest.  

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Gig Alert: Tahuna Breaks at Jucy Meltdown 0
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Gig Alert: Tahuna Breaks at Jucy Meltdown

Do not miss the closing event of the Audi quattro Winter Games NZ! After 11 days of non-stop snowsports and downtown action across Wanaka, Naseby and Queenstown, the Jucy Meltdown Concert finishes the Games in style with eclectic Kiwi band Tahuna Breaks on Saturday 25 August. The group’s live act is energetic, raw and large. The seven strong band are well […]

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