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  • Auckland Arts Festival 2018

    Auckland Arts Festival 2018

    hosts five stunning theatre works: two world premieres, an Australian legend, a hostage drama through youngsters’ eyes, and a fearless new work exploring sex and desire in the digital age.

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    DatesMar 8 to Mar 25 2018
  • Bless the Child

    Bless the Child

    Part compelling urban thriller, part unflinching social commentary, this searing new work from acclaimed playwright Hone Kouka and Tawata Productions confronts the hard truths of shared humanity.


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    DatesMar 8 to Mar 12 2018
  • Tea


    Ambitious and luxurious in scale, this sweeping saga set on the tea estates of Sri Lanka heralds a new direction for South Asian theatre in Aotearoa. World Premiere.

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    DatesMar 9 to Mar 18 2018
  • Jack Charles V The Crown

    Jack Charles V The Crown

    Veteran actor, musician and Aboriginal elder Jack Charles performs this powerful one-man show on the colourful life he has led on stage and screen and – most poignantly – behind bars.

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    DatesMar 15 to Mar 18 2018
  • Silo 2018

    SILO 2018

    The best way to predict the future is to invent it.

    Join us to look at the world from another perspective. Read more about the season here.

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    DatesMar 20 to Dec 8 2018
  • Body Double

    Body Double

    Exploring sex and desire in the digital age, Body Double takes a sledgehammer to old ideas and calls for a rewrite of the scripts we’ve been taught.


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    DatesMar 20 to Mar 29 2018
  • Us/Them


    Brilliant and utterly compelling, this Edinburgh Festival Fringe hit play tackles the Beslan hostage drama from the perspective of two wise, indomitable youngsters caught up in the tragedy – disarming and profoundly uplifting.

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    DatesMar 22 to Mar 25 2018
  • Jim Gaffigan

    Jim Gaffigan

    Jim Gaffigan is a Grammy-nominated comedian, actor, writer, producer, two times New York Times best-selling author, top touring performer, and multi-platinum-selling father of five, known around the world for his unique brand of humour which largely revolves around fatherhood and his observations on life.


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    DatesMar 31 2018
    Produced byFrontier Touring & Radio Hauraki
  • Courtney Act: Under the Covers

    Courtney Act: Under the Covers

    Courtney Act is bringing her brand new show, Under the Covers, to Auckland this summer. It’s a little bit sexy, a little bit naughty and a whole lot of fun.

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    DatesApr 6 to Apr 7 2018
  • Mr. Burns, a Post-Electric Play

    A post-apocalyptic world. A campfire. The Simpsons.

    Anne Washburn’s glittering dark comedy watches the world as we know it crumble into an uncertain future and asks: What now?

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    DatesSep 13 to Sep 29 2018
    Produced bySilo Theatre
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