Zoë got a stellar line-up of theatre for your weekend, if you liked the film, then you'll like the play, Steel Magnolias is on at The Rose Center, Mr. Redlight is finally here at the Herald Theatre and if that's not enough, Short and Sweet begins on Sunday. Special mention goes to Snort at the Basement theatre because that's always a good time.
Anna, played by Natalie Medlock, is about to dive into a world of blind dates with all sorts of characters. The Blind Date Project takes Anna on a journey of exciting first dates, featuring all sorts of surprises and even some karaoke. Natalie pops up for a chat with Rachel about playing a serial dater and who she's particularly excited for. This is not to be missed, get your tickets here to live through a dating rollercoaster with Natalie.
Zoë packs in special guests to the studio, Zak and Marwin to chat about their shows Sicko, and Pinay. Catch both these shows at the Basement and if that's not enough, head to Six Degrees of Separation, at the ASB Waterfront Theatre. Plenty to see.
Lucky for us, Zoë brings up a special guest, Trygve Wakenshaw, who is Mr. Red Lighthimself. A hilarious play about a man who attracts bad luck, you know, every red light. This will be definitely worth going to if you're keen for a laugh. Zoë also reckons you've gotta check out Murder on the Nile by Agatha Christie at the Pumphouse, and Midsummer Night’s Dream at the Pop Up Globe.
Zoë's back from a wholesome holiday and ready to jump into some theatre this weekend. She reckons you need to get along to Read My Lips, Like a River, both at Basement Theatre and Ngā Puke at The Herald. Check 'em out.
Johanna returns from a hiatus for a special theatre guide featuring multiple realms of arts and culture in Tāmaki. Power at The Basement Theatre is her top pick for this weekend, as well as Orchids at Q Theatre. Plus, an exhibition at the Gus Fisher Gallery, Call Me Fashion. Check them out.
Special theatre expert, Julia Croft, chats to Rachel about what's good in theatre this weekend. And apparently it's a lot. Julia reckons you gotta get along to Inheritance at the Basement, Sinarella at Q Theatre, and must-see The Wolves, also at Q Theatre. A special mention goes out to Orchids, coming up in the future - it's not one to miss.