What’s a tubby English actor doing in a salsa romcom Nick Frost talks about burgeoning fame, avoiding being typecast and why you don’t need to be smokin’ hot to get the girl.
Performer, choreographer, solo mum, student and contemporary dance teacher – Claire O’Neil has a lot on her plate.
The future of tap dancing in America may rest on the small shoulders of a four-foot-tall, 52-pound, 10-year-old boy from Ashburn, Virginia. Luke Spring is a YouTube darling who is even more astonishing in person
A new dance studio designed to cater for dancers and drop-in students who want to mix with the best, has opened in Wellington.
Along with Queen St and Ponsonby Rd, Karangahape Rd is one of the few stretches of Auckland that non-Aucklanders have explored or heard of. Most people know it today for its bustling shops, cafes, clubs and decades-long reputation as a red-light district and magnet for drag queens and the gay community
Miley Cyrus thinks she is an “old world’s worst nightmare”.
Tomato fights, anarchic gymnasts and astrophysics drew festival-goers of all ages away from the mainstream music acts at Britain’s Glastonbury festival this weekend. The 1,500 hippies who paid one pound (NZ$1.95) to attend the first Glastonbury festival in 1970 would barely recognise the massive three-day event, where around 150,000 fans were watching 2000 acts on 58 stages, alongside thousands of workshops and stalls
A video of an impassioned haka performed by a group of young New Zealand tots has been broadcast around the world. Media organisations across the globe have labelled the performance as the “cutest haka dance ever”
Until the formation of the Auckland-based The New Zealand Dance Company two years ago, there was only one national dance company – the Royal New Zealand Ballet.