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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    • 09/10/2014
    REVIEW // TAUKANA: THE KIRI PROJECT
    • Briar Wilson
    • Theatreview

    The presentation of Kiri is a tremendous success for Tuakana, the opening night of  Tempo Festival 2014  Unfortunately for those who weren't there, are who missed out on tickets 9all... more

    • 07/10/2014
    REVIEW // EYE
    • Jillian Davey
    • Theatreview

    Like its choreographer, ‘eye', is a melding of professional, matured concepts and style with the cobbled-together features that define a fringe show. more

    • 07/10/2014
    REVIEW // THE NIGHT SKY
    • Sam Brooks
    • Lumiere

    BLACKBIRD ENSEMBLE are doing brave, vital, exceptionally entertaining work. That’s the most important thing you need to know. Their previous show, The Wilderness, remains one of the most... more

    • 03/10/2014
    Review // The Night Sky
    • Raewyn Whyte
    • Theatreview

    You are unlikely to hear a more diverse array of music from any other ensemble in town. Everything here is selected for its connection to the night sky, deep space, the cosmos, arranged and/or re-... more

    • 30/09/2014
    REVIEW // TASSEL ME THIS
    • Emily Napolitano
    • Theatreview

    Tassel Me This is hauntingly poignant. Subtly complex movement and evocative music combine with powerful imagery to create a dance theatre piece that evokes our pursuit of that special something that... more

    • 25/09/2014
    REVIEW // EVEREST UNTOLD
    • Kate Ward-Smythe
    • Theatreview

    By simply adopting the format of a formal guest lecture (to the Otago University Mountaineering Club), writer Gareth Davies treats his audience to an hour of insight, as the relatively little known... more

    • 23/09/2014
    REVIEW // ROYALS OF KIHIKIHI
    • Janet McAllister
    • New Zealand Herald

    In a great touch, the first light seen in this real-time apres-funeral dramedy is the flickering blue of a television. Semi-comatose, Violet watches the Kardashian sisters fight.  more

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