Theatre

Gawky Productions Double Bill

Let’s Get Loco! and Play are running back to back for four nights only.

$45
55 Minutes x 2
Wed 16 - Sat 19 June
Wed 16 Jun, 6:45pm - 9:40pm
Thu 17 Jun, 6:45pm - 9:40pm
Fri 18 Jun, 6:45pm - 9:40pm
Sat 19 Jun, 6:45pm - 9:40pm

Gawky Productions returns with a fabulous Winter season of queer kiwi theatre. Let’s Get Loco! and Play are running back to back for four nights only. It’s going to be a night of pure unadulterated entertainment you don’t want to miss. 

Start the night with Let’s Get Loco - a ridiculous camp comedy inspired by the one and only Princess of Pop, Kylie Minogue! “A genius comic performance that cannot be missed.” -NZ Herald 

Finish the evening with a gawky threesome. Play is a contemporary dramedy that sold out across New Zealand in 2020. “A seamless blend of comedy and drama that deftly explores commitment & monogamy." - NZ Herald. 

Gawky Productions was created in 2018 and is dedicated to telling LGBTQ stories.

Heads up:

Restricted 16+. Contains haze, adult themes, gore and flashing lights.

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