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The Best Musical Theatre You [probably] Don't Know

An evening of storytelling and song celebrating shows you might not have heard of, and songs you didn't know were deleted from ones you have. 
 

$20 - $42 (Service fees may apply)
130 Minutes (Including 20 minute interval)
Wed 30 March - Sat 2 April 2022
Wed 30 Mar, 8pm - 10:10pm
Thu 31 Mar, 8pm - 10:10pm
Fri 1 Apr, 8pm - 10:10pm
Sat 2 Apr, 8pm - 10:10pm

PLEASE NOTE: This show was originally scheduled for August 2021 and was previously rescheduled to October 2021. If you had tickets to those dates we'll be in touch with you directly.


The Best Musical Theatre You [probably] Don't Know is a celebration of shows you might not have heard of, songs you didn't know were deleted from ones you have, and numbers from song cycles and cabarets unlikely to be on your radar. 

Six standout singers join forces with three of Auckland's best musicians to bring you a night of song and storytelling. The third show in a series by the company, this is sure to be an evening you'll remember. 

With intimate cabaret-style yarns and music that is more than sweet to the ear, it's one not to miss! Auckland may be single-handedly responsible for changing the popularity algorithm for these lesser-known tunes after this show. 

Producers - Charlotte West & Cherie Moore
Director - Cherie Moore
Musical Direction - Mark Bradley, Charlotte West
Lighting and Sound - Creative Ambience
Graphic Design - George Wallace
 

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