Reviews

  • Featured
    • 17/09/2014
    • Review
    REVIEW // ROYALS OF KIHIKIHI
    • Johnny Givins
    • Theatreview

    Royals of Kihikihi is a wonderfully vicious Kiwi production that is filled with surprises, great one liners and lots of laughs. It holds the mirror up to families in small town NZ, reflecting all our contradictions suffering, pain and need for love.  

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    • 17/09/2014
    • Review
    REVIEW // NZ TRIO RITUAL TRIPTYCH
    • William Dart
    • New Zealand Herald

    NZTrio's Loft concerts have become something of a signature for the group; Aucklanders now know this is where you can experience chamber music up close and personal, with vigorous and invigorating programming.

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    • 17/09/2014
    REVIEW // ROYALS OF KIHIKIHI
    • Johnny Givins
    • Theatreview

    Royals of Kihikihi is a wonderfully vicious Kiwi production that is filled with surprises, great one liners and lots of laughs. It holds the mirror up to families in small town NZ, reflecting all our... more

    • 17/09/2014
    REVIEW // NZ TRIO RITUAL TRIPTYCH
    • William Dart
    • New Zealand Herald

    NZTrio's Loft concerts have become something of a signature for the group; Aucklanders now know this is where you can experience chamber music up close and personal, with vigorous and... more

    • 10/09/2014
    REVIEW // WHEEL OF EXPERIENCE
    • Simon Wilson
    • MetroMag

    Extremely flash finger-picking, lovely male harmonies and great facial hair: Wheel of Experience, playing in Auckland this week, is a most entertaining 90 minutes...engaging, exuberant, sly and... more

    • 29/08/2014
    Review // Earnest
    • Vanessa Byrnes
    • TheatreView

    ...a sharp, energetic, beautifully pitched piece of theatre. Fractious Tash and Last Tapes Theatre Co have a hit on their hands and are to be toasted for pulling off such a stylish, complete piece of... more

    • 26/08/2014
    Review // Kiss the Fish
    • Judith Ritchie
    • Nelson Mail

    Magical, funny, ironic, sad and beautiful, Kiss the Fish brought to the stage everything and more that we have come to expect from the Indian Ink Theatre Company. more

    • 26/08/2014
    Review // Kiss the FIsh
    • Paul Simei-Barton
    • NZ Herald

    The magic of Indian Ink returns after a period of international touring with a new work that has the shrewdness of fable combined with the sweetness of a pop song. more

    • 26/08/2014
    Review // One of Those
    • Nik Smythe
    • Theatreview

    Located in the bowels of the Q complex, the humble Q Vault seems an apt venue for playwright / solo actor David Charteris to invoke the real-life, openly gay and proudly obnoxious character of Kiwi... more

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