THE FOUNDATION FOR AUSTRALIAN & NEW ZEALAND ARTS
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Groundhog Day at the Old Vic, London
Dean Cross exhibition: Sometimes I Miss The Applause
Opera Holland Park: Rigoletto by Giuseppe Verdi
Daniel Muggleton: White and Wrong (But Mostly White) – Debut UK Tour
The Interpreter by Brooke Robinson – UK publication
Fat Freddy’s Drop – UK tour dates
Dolly Diamond’s Rather Large Variety Night
The Sidney Nolan Trust exhibition: Earth Photo 2023
Auckland Writers Festival announces new artistic director from UK
One of the UK’s leading literary industry talents has been announced as the new artistic director of Auckland Writers Festival, Waituhi O Tāmaki. The new move
Catherine Chidgey wins major prize at 2023 Ockham New Zealand Book Awards
A ‘powerfully compelling’ novel narrated by a cheeky magpie called Tama has flown off with New Zealand’s top literary prize. The Axeman’s Carnival, by Ngāruawāhia-based writer
Harvey Keitel joins cast of The Tattooist of Auschwitz
Harvey Keitel has signed on to star in the eagerly anticipated Sky and Peacock TV adaptation of the Heather Morris novel, The Tattooist of Auschwitz.
Granta names Eleanor Catton in Best of Young British Novelists list
New Zealand author Eleanor Catton has made Granta’s Best of Young British Novelists list.
Scary Monsters by Michelle de Kretser wins Rathbones Folio Prize for fiction
Australian author Michelle de Kretser’s novel, Scary Monsters, has won this year’s Rathbones Folio Prize for fiction. Described by the judges as “a work of beautifully
Lonely Planet co-founder Tony Wheeler wins prestigious travel writing award
English-born Australian publishing entrepreneur, businessman and writer Tony Wheeler has won the Edward Stanford Award for Outstanding Contribution to Travel Writing. Co-Founder of Lonely Planet, Tony