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Please note that whilst some shows are suitable for children, productions at Circa are predominantly aimed at adults. Please contact the Circa Box Office for further information.
Tickets can only be purchased online for a same day performance up to four hours before show time. If you want to purchase a ticket less than four hours before show time, please contact the box office on 801-7992.
Bookings will generally open for a production approximately two months before it begins. If you would like to book for a production that is not yet listed below, please contact the Box Office.
Anahera is a contemporary domestic thriller about a struggling kiwi family and the angel who stands up for them. Award-winning director Katie Wolfe, who last appeared at Circa as Lady Windermere, returns to create the premiere production of this exciting new New Zealand work from the writer who co-wrote the SEEyD plays Turbine, Paua and The December Brother.
Date: 8 Sep - 7 Oct 2017
Prices: $25.00 to $52.00
Following her outstanding season of "Legendary Divas" Ali Harper returns with her highly-acclaimed show A Doris Day Special. Doris Day, with her bubbly personality, lilting voice and blonde beauty, was America’s singing sweetheart of the silver screen during the 1950s and 1960s. With her hit songs Sentimental Journey, Secret Love and Que Sera Sera, she was for many years ranked as the #1 female box office star in the world.
Date: 15 Sep - 14 Oct 2017
Prices: $25.00 to $46.00
Andre was once a tap dancer. He lives with his daughter and her husband Antoine. Or was he an engineer whose daughter now lives in London with her new lover, Pierre? The thing is, he is still wearing his pyjamas and he can’t find his watch. He is starting to wonder if he is losing control. This extraordinary play explores issues of reality versus memory, and does so with deft black comedy.
Date: 13 Oct - 11 Nov 2017
Prices: $25.00 to $52.00
Inspired by the images and manifestos of The Surrealists, Lobsters seduces us into a world of humour, eccentricity, sensuality and the surreal. This is a place where we are expert at both disguising and exposing our most secret of selves. In Lobsters, the performers seek out deep human connection and inner truth, but instead experience a series of misses, near-misses, collapses, and implosions.
Date: 20 Oct - 4 Nov 2017
Prices: $25.00 to $35.00
GET HOOKED this Pantomime season with one of the most loved stories of all time!
Date: 17 Nov - 23 Dec 2017
Prices: $18.00 to $52.00
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