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May 21, 2019

Chris Parker – Iconique

Chris Parker is unapologetically camp to! the! max! in his latest show. The show revolving around wanting to be an iconic figure as he completely embraces […]
May 15, 2019

White Man Behind a Desk: A Party for the End of the World

Robbie Nicol’s White Man Behind a Desk is a concept that has consistently kept the ball rolling from its inception – a Kiwi-style topical content aggregator, […]
May 15, 2019

The Comedy Classic Preview

In the apparently ‘iconic’ comedy club The Classic I was treated to six great comedians and one shitty audience. The comedians mostly hailing for the UK […]
May 15, 2019

Brendon Green: Of Consequence

Tickets to see Guy Williams had already been taken. Instead, I went with the almost universally bad idea of seeing a comedian I’d never heard of. […]
May 6, 2019

8 Reasonable Demands

What happens when six young queer flatmates kidnap Jacinda Ardern? An insane plotline, but pulled off well by the young cast of Eight Reasonable Demands, one […]
March 25, 2019

Working on my Night Moves

Working on my Night Moves is a show you really have to see to understand its power: it is bizarre, unexpected and undeniably necessary. Julia Croft […]
March 25, 2019

Wild Dogs Under My Skirt

What can I say? Wild Dogs Under My Skirt is a powerhouse of a show. As someone already familiar with Tusiata Avia’s poetry (off of which […]
March 11, 2019

Exes

8.5/10: Ex-static! “We’re not going to make the show all about how we’re exes” Brynley Stent and Eli Matthewson’s return season of Exes returned to the […]
September 30, 2018

Theatre Review: Retail Therapy

Retail Therapy is the brainchild (and first play) of writer Grace-Amelia Vernal and is on at The Basement Theatre as part of Auckland’s Theatre Month. Set […]