Reviews

  • Featured A Warm Welcome to Barfoot & Thompson, Sponsorship, Q Theatre
    • 11/04/2014
    A Warm Welcome to Barfoot & Thompson

    We are delighted to announce Barfoot & Thompson as a key sponsor of Q Theatre for 2014. 

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  • Featured Artist Pass // Don McGlashan
    • 11/04/2014
    Artist Pass // Don McGlashan

    For one spellbinding night, four of Aotearoa's most acclaimed songwriters come together for a benefit concert, in support of the New Zealand Music Foundation. We caught up with songwriting legend Don McGlashan this week to find out more about this unprecedented event coming to Q.

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    • 02/04/2014
    Review // Angels In America, Part Two: Perestroika
    • Janet McAllister
    • NZ Herald

    The cast is magnificent - they're polished, believable, focused, eloquent and at ease... Perestroika is an uplifting play of interesting ideas. Fantastic - in all senses of the word. more

    Review // Angels In America, Part Two: Perestroika, Silo Theatre
    • 02/04/2014
    Review // Angels In America, Part Two: Perestroika
    • Frances Edmond
    • Metro Arts

    Angels in America is Bosher’s swan song as director of Silo Theatre. For him, for the cast and production team, and of course for Kushner, it is outstanding achievement: go and see it. more

    Review // Angels In America, Part Two: Perestroika, Silo Theatre
    • 24/03/2014
    Review // Angels In America, Part One: Millennium Approaches
    • Paul Simei-Barton
    • NZ Herald

    Tony Kushner's vast portrait of Reagan's America revealed through the prism of Aids is filled with dazzling spectacle, razor-sharp humour and moments of intimate human tenderness. more

    Angels In America Part One, Millennium Approaches, Review, NZ Herald, Q Theatre
    • 24/03/2014
    Review // Angels In America, Part One: Millennium Approaches
    • Frances Edmond
    • Metro Arts

    It’s rare to spend such a remarkable evening in the theatre. Angels in America is a must see. more

    Angels In America Part One, Millennium Approaches, Review, Metro, Q Theatre
    • 19/03/2014
    Review // Daffodils
    • Paul Simei-Barton
    • NZ Herald

    What may well be the quintessential Kiwi love story is brought to life in an utterly charming show that has intimate family history blended with a heartfelt tribute to New Zealand songwriting. more

    Daffodils, Rochelle Bright, NZ Herald review, Paul Simei-Barton
    • 19/03/2014
    Review: Daffodils
    • Simon Wilson
    • Metro Arts

    "Daffodils should play all over the country. It should play all over the world. It resonates so strongly as a piece of our own mixed-up, precious culture, it should be our new national flag.... more

    Daffodils, Rochelle Bright, Metro review, Simon Wilson, Q theatre
    • 17/02/2014
    Review: Fallen Angels
    • Janet McAllister
    • NZ Herald

    This Noel Coward drawing room farce is light and entertaining, and its mocking of the slut/stud double standard is still depressingly relevant, even after nearly 90 years. more

    Fallen Angels, review, Auckland Theatre Company, Q Theatre, Auckland
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