Summer at Q 2019

The days are long and the nights are hot, as least partly due to the sizzling line up for our Summer at Q season.

From explorations of monogamy, feminism and the end of the world, to karaoke, Greek myths and the next generation of brilliant comedians. Shakespeare sits alongside playlists of the ultimate NZ 90s and 2000s jams, while we dive into new queer tales of love and family, and an award-winning nursing cabaret takes over Rangatira.

Whatever you’re into we’ve got something for you this summer.

We’ll meet you at the bar.

Homos, or Everyone in America

Award-winning director Shane Bosher [Cock, Angels in America] returns to Q Theatre.

No-fault hookups, marriage equality, poppers and self-outing teenagers. This is a post-gay guide for survival.

Jan 30 to Feb 16 2019

THERE SHE IS

THERE SHE IS is a radical explosion of dance, drag and prose, that will transform a lonesome lost boy into a fierce and formidable diva goddess, live before our eyes.

Jan 30 to Feb 2 2019

LEGACY SIX

Dive into the sixth Legacy Project with six brand new queer tales of love and family, of identity and dating, of connection and dance. This is LEGACY SIX with heart.

Feb 5 to Feb 15 2019

The Guilty Feminist Podcast

Ever felt like you should be better at feminism?

Join comedian Deborah Frances-White for her comedy podcast, recorded in front of a live audience. 

Feb 5 2019

Karaoke Boiz

Jump on board Wayne’s Karaoke Wagon as he takes you on a journey down the Waikato to discover new friends, foes and the biggest pop band to ever grace the planet!

Feb 7 to Feb 16 2019

Status

Status is a hilarious and moving play exploring themes that affect our gay community while highlighting challenges that we face in the changing landscape of safe sex, dating and hook-ups.

Feb 7 to Feb 16 2019

Sparkling Duet

A dazzling clash of drag titans as two of Aucklands most daring divas - Drew Blood and Murella reintrepret some of the most iconic duets of all time.

Feb 9 2019

Actressexual

From the hands that brought you Burn Her... Actressexual.
Award-winning playwright Sam Brooks has been told that he writes well for women. Now he has to prove it - with a different actress every night.

Feb 19 to Mar 2 2019

Stack That Bass

Stack That Bass is the bass-heavy circus brain-child of four acrobatic friends from Aotearoa - with a live DJ, slick comedy and acrobatic antics, the Tibia crew throw down the ultimate circus music video.

Feb 19 to Feb 20 2019

This Is How We're Gonna Die

The end of the world is imminent and one Kiwi flat cannot stop arguing. So how are they gonna die? Full of secrets and regret? Or holding hands and ready for anything? 

Feb 19 to Feb 23 2019

Join us for Comedy Fest’s spectacular showcase of this year's exceptional Billy T Award nominees: 

Feb 22 2019

NZ Party Playlist

Got a Deep Obsession with NZ Music? Let your hips Swing to NZ PARTY PLAYLIST made up of NZ Music's finest beats from the 90's & 2000's.

Feb 22 to Mar 1 2019

TRIAGE! A Nursing Cabaret

Ever used an IV pole as a stand-in microphone while belting out Beyoncé in the ICU? 

Welcome to Triage! Starring Zuleika Khan: multi - award winning Australian writer, Nurse & Soul Diva!

Feb 23 2019

Le Aerial

Be thrilled by a spectacular display of aerial grace and beauty.

Feb 26 to Feb 28 2019

Tiresias

UK company Heady Conduct weave together physical storytelling and live music to tell Tiresias' tale as he lives through renowned Greek myths and legends, told in Heady Conduct's intoxicating style. 

 

Feb 27 to Mar 2 2019

Hamerkop (ex-Bachelorette) performs 'Remote'

Hamerkop (Annabel Alpers, ex-Bachelorette, and Adam Cooke) bring Remote - their new surround-sound sculpture project -to Auckland for one intimate performance, building a sonic experience around a small gathering of lucky participants.

Feb 28 2019

Run Rabbit

It's a series of explosions and interruptions.
It's all about being on the inside and digging your way out.
It's a deep, mischievious, devious rage.
Welcome to the fray...

Feb 28 to Mar 2 2019

Only Bones v1.0

Only Bones v1.0 is an internationally acclaimed piece of minimalist micro-physical theatre by Finland's Kallo Collective and New Zealander's Thom Monckton and Gemma Tweedie.

Mar 1 to Mar 2 2019

Eat & Drink at Citizen Q

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