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A South-Auckland Pacific Musical Theatre for the entire family! 

80 minutes (No interval)
Thu 13 - Sat 15 October 2022
Thu 13 Oct, 1pm - 2:20pm
Thu 13 Oct, 7pm - 8:20pm
Fri 14 Oct, 1pm - 2:20pm
Fri 14 Oct, 7pm - 8:20pm
Sat 15 Oct, 1pm - 2:20pm
Sat 15 Oct, 7pm - 8:20pm

Pacific musical theatre with a twist! Discover a whole new world as the mega-hitmakers behind Sinarella and The Wizard of Ōtāhuhu reimagine Aladdin with signature South Auckland flavour. Gather the aiga/family for Alatini, the story of a brave, charming, resilient, young man who dreams of rescuing his family from poverty. After a fortuitous meeting with the beautiful Princess Kalani, everything seems to be going perfectly until a conniving Sosora hatches an evil plan. Will Alatini defeat his nemesis and save the day? Or will his desires get the best of him? This magical musical mash-up will make you laugh, warm your hearts, and set your souls on fire!

Presented by Sau E Siva Creatives

  • Tue 30 Aug - Sat 3 Sep 2022

    Strange Ancestors

    Strange Ancestors is a music theatre show written and performed by Floral Clocks.
  • Thu 1 - Sun 18 September 2022

    The Writer

    A young writer encounters an older director on an empty stage. She wants awe. She wants blood. She wants to change the shape of the world. Beautifully yearning and uncompromisingly savage, this is theatre with a new set of teeth.
  • Postponed

    Manifesto of a Good Cripple

    Award-winning choreographer Suzanne Cowan's bold autobiographical work combines a powerful combination of dance, film and theatre, showcasing her subversive disability humour through a surreal dream/landscape that captures her experience of a fluid identity.
  • Wed 14 - Sat 24 September


    Heather and Carla haven't seen each other in years. Carla lives a down and out hand-to-mouth existence while Heather looks like she has it all. During an unexpected catch up, Heather presents Carla with a bag of money and a deadly proposition. At once thrilling and darkly funny, ‘THE WASP’ written by Morgan Lloyd Malcolm is a sharp reminder that if you don’t deal with your past you should expect it to deal with you.