Reviews

  • Featured Cradle Song // 18 - 22 September // Loft, Q Theatre
    • 14/09/2018
    Amanda Rees Talks te Reo

    We asked Amanda Rees to share some of her reo  journey  with us for Te Wiki o te Reo Māori 2018

    Catch Amanda in Cradle Song, spooking up Q's Loft September 18 - 22

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  • Featured Power Ballad (Fundraiser Season)
    • 12/04/2018
    JULIA CROFT // POWER BALLAD (FUNDRAISER SEASON)

    The unstoppable Julia Croft and Nisha Madhan have been offered a season and residency at the prestigious Battersea Arts Centre in London, and because they're special members of our Q whānau we want to help them get there! We asked Julia to tell us about her inspiration for creating this work, and what it means in 2018 a year after it was first created.

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    • 11/04/2015
    Between Zero and One // Strike Percussion
    • William Dart
    • New Zealand Herald

    The coming together of Strike, the ultimate Kiwi rhthymmeisters, and the vibrant compositional force that is John Psathas was inevitable. The resulting collaboration, Between Zero and One, launched... more

    • 09/04/2015
    Daffodils [inspired by true events]
    • Penny Dodd
    • Theatreview

    "This is the kind of show that I love to see in our theatres: our own stories in our own musical voice, and superbly delivered. The work that has gone into this show is fully evident, it's... more

    • 26/03/2015
    An Awfully Big Adventure
    • Vanessa Byrnes
    • Theatreview

    "Put simply, An Awfully Big Adventure is a treat ... theatre like this can make sense of the absurdity of war." more

    • 18/03/2015
    Review // An Awfully Big Adventure
    • Elle Wooton
    • Theatreview

    "It is theatrically interesting, aesthetically pleasing, and educationally entertaining ... exactly the sort of show I would have loved as a child, and one I absolutely love now as an adult... more

    An Awfully Big Adventure, Capital E, Q Theatre
    • 18/03/2015
    Review // Bravo Figaro
    • Janet McAllister
    • NZ Herald

    "This simply staged one-man show makes for an easy, funny and extraordinarily entertaining night out ... Thomas' energy is affable and relaxed but seemingly boundless." more

    Bravo Figaro, Mark Thomas, Q Theatre
    • 16/03/2015
    Review // The Book of Everything
    • Nik Smythe
    • Theatreview

    "It is quite the cerebral workout, albeit so entertaining that said workout is an ease and a pleasure ... the depth of pathos matches the heights of the comedy." more

    The Book of Everything, Silo Theatre, Q Theatre, Rangatira
    • 16/03/2015
    Review // The Book of Everything
    • Paul Simei-Barton
    • NZ Herald

    "Silo Theatre brings flair to the stage adaptation of a delightful modern fable by Dutch writer Guus Kuijer.​" more

    The Book of Everything, Silo Theatre, Q Theatre, Rangatira
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