We're lucky enough to have a guest from the theatre world in to chat to us this morning, Shagun Choudray is here, the production manager for Meera. Sha talks to Mikey about how the play came about (14 years of research!) and how that ties in to Aotearoa. This is definitely worth getting your tickets to, there might even be a special code for those who listen in quick.
In between relaxing post HeadSand, and gearing up with excitment for Comedy Festival, Johanna's got a couple of fave shows to share with us. On her recommendation, get yr tickets to Woman of Citrus and Woven Womxn.
Johanna comes in with a stunning line up of goodies at the Basement Theatre in the next few weeks, she reckons you should check out before karma gets us, Women of Citrus, and Rose Matafeo's award-winning Horndog.
Johanna's one of the many great preformers in the upcoming show HeadSand, and brings in guest, Benjamin Henson who wrote and is directing the show. Talking about challenges, exciting points and what to expect from next week's show. Johanna also reckons you should check out My Kuia at the Basement theatre.
Johanna's gone for a real apocalyptic theme for today's recommendations, celebrating the end of the world and the rise of broken rules. Johanna reckons you better get along to Working On My Night Moves at the Basement, HeadSand also at the Basement, and Grande Finale (the name says it all, really).
Julia's been Working on her Night Moves in her new play Working on My Night Moves at the Basement Theatre. In the third installment of her series, Julia's created a feminist utopia, what a perfect futuristic world looks like. Get yr tickets to blast yourself into the future.