Cityscape’s December issue’s got that summertime feeling. We catch up with legendary Christchurch band Shapeshifter’s bassist and producer Nick Robinson ahead of their headlining gig at Live in the Park, and tap the genius of New Zealand’s only Master Sommelier Cameron Douglas, who’ll be talking Brosé and Rosé in the South Island Wine & Food Festival’s Wine Seminar Lounge.
We also chat with the country’s hardest working slashie – musician/television personality/actor Stan Walker – who stars in new Kiwi flick The Stolen, celebrate the Chevron-winning successes of Restaurant of the Year Twenty Seven Steps with a trip up their swanky stairs, and meet the man behind Café of the Year Hello Sunday’s Chris Penny to find out the secret of their success and what they’ve got planned for upcoming new offering 5th Street.
We also shine the spotlight on Filigree Fine Jewels’ Vanessa Stowers – creator of bespoke jewellery to die for – and meet the ‘Scoundrel’ at Scoundrels and Rogues, who’s making arguably New Zealand’s best cider (he has the awards to back it up!). Tap our reviews of bodacious eateries King of Snake and Little Pom’s, get festive with our ultimate wrap of the Chrissy season, and line-up all the films, books and albums, events and gigs that need to be on your radar this month!
Look out for the December issue around town now, or they’ve all vanished where you are, hit the issue online!