Frickin Dangerous Bro are bringing their unique brand of live sketch comedy out to the people and touring Auckland suburbs from September 23 to October 21 with Frickin’ Dangerous Bro’s World Tour of Tāmaki Makaurau.
The Vultures takes Auckland and Hamilton by storm, at Playhouse Theatre on 14th October and Q Theatre from 18th to 21st October, with a story of full of razor-sharp barbs, inspired by conversations of privilege, clean water and iwi Māori navigating through a post settlement world.
This 2017 STAB commission by co-creators Eleanor Bishop and Julia Croft debuts at BATS Theatre Wellington 9-25th November and will blend live projection, erotic literature, science, and the language of Hollywood film to revolutionise the way women see themselves in the digital age.
An artistic explosion will engulf Auckland from October 7- 15 with Artweek Auckland; a 10-day festival showcasing and celebrating the visual arts and artists of New Zealand. Ten Auckland precincts (Central City, Newmarket, Ponsonby, Arch Hill, Parnell, K’ Road, Devonport, East, West and South) come alive with a vibrant and dynamic programme providing a unique chance to explore Auckland’s amazingly diverse art world, set in public to private spaces, pop ups, streets and everything in-between.
HAMLET: The Video Game (The Stage Show) comes to Auckland for the first time for gamers and Shakespeare buffs alike. Catch it during the school holidays from October 4-7 at the Herald Theatre, Aotea Centre as part of Auckland Live’s Kids Play programme.
Kate’s back! 2016’s smash hit musical That Bloody Woman returns to stages from 29 August to 20 October, bringing this national treasure back to life in a nationwide campaign to rock the vote for this election.
Big skirts! Live music! Ladies on bicycles! This emotional and catchy theatrical spectacular couldn’t be touring at a better time. With incredible musical numbers, tongue-in-cheek asides and a Prime Minister who raps, That Bloody Woman showcases our ceiling-shattering history and asks us to consider whether we have come as far as we would like...
The rebooted production similarly earned rave reviews in Auckland as “the show New Zealand didn’t know it needed” - Metro