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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    • 05/05/2014
    Review // Jon Bennett - Fire In The Meth Lab
    • Jim Hilditch
    • Rip It Up

    From the prejudice of knock-knock jokes to a wonderfully descriptive account of the drive back from a family funeral and the concept of the vomit punch, Bennett brought all the parts together in a... more

    • 28/04/2014
    Review // Stand-Up For Kids
    • Dave Johnston & daughter aged 5
    • KeepingUpWithNZ

    Local hero and self-styled ‘Magic Boy’ Jarred Fell has energy levels to match his eager front row. His high octane tricks and naughty boy persona make him more than at match for the most... more

    • 28/04/2014
    Review // Stephen K Amos - What does the K stand for?
    • 3 News
    • TV3

    If you like controversial humour and making fun of Australians, Stephen K Amos' What Does The K Stand For? is a must see. more

    • 28/04/2014
    Review // Chris Martin - Responsibilliness
    • Ingrid Grenar
    • KeepingUpWithNZ

    Chris Martin is a likeable comic whose stage confidence is that of a friendly chat. Fast thinking with well crafted material means he keeps the audience in the palm of his hand. more

    • 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
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