The Art Of Black Grace 1/5: dance, but not as we know it

The Art Of Black Grace 1/5 is a curious, creative, ingenious thing. A six-meter-high cylinder of screens fifteen meters across, it’s an art installation in itself, but also a way of showcasing Black Grace, Neil Ieremia’s acclaimed contemporary dance company.…

George Thorogood and The Destroyers: photo gallery

After a very long, very strange couple of years, live music is finally coming back, and Crave! is going to be there as your favourite artists return to the stage. Last night saw George Thorogood and The Destroyers play Auckland’s…

Don’t Look Up: so very nearly a very good film

Don’t Look Up is a very, very curious film. It’s many things, but I’m still not entirely convinced that it’s actually a good film. Adam McKay, directing a screenplay he wrote with David Sirota, has assembled a quite outstanding cast…

Money Heist, series 5 part 2: it’s over. But what a ride it was.

Less really is more, isn’t it? La Casa de Papel came out of nowhere a couple of years ago, one of the trailblazers that paved the way for growing number of non-English-language offerings on Netflix. Under the deeply uninspiring English…