Over the past six years, a feature length documentary has been in production following Adam Rohe’s transition. Now – you are invited behind-the-scenes. A visually stunning, live exposé adventure into an already intimate and earnest film.
Like a wild dress-up party, this show combines theatrical magic, twisted pop songs and explosive wit. The most charming performers you can hope to meet play a revolving repertoire of outrageous characters.
Seven boys, one flat, high stakes, no oven, lots of drugs? Grumpy landlord, looming eviction, where’s Ben? Snappy one liner, too dusty, can’t write, see show...
When the sun sets, the real girl talk begins...
A queer, diverse Faustian tale set in the New Zealand goldfields, where not all that glitters is gold...
Four actors, one act, no script. In One Act/Play, the Locomotive team creates a unique, improvised play for you, right now. Will it be touching? Hilarious? Dramatic and heartfelt? Very likely, but you’ll only find out by being there.
Journeys, transformations, adventures and misadventures - books and life intertwine in stories that veer from funny to tragic, dangerous to joyous, always the unvarnished truth.
Each month, Te Whanganui-a-Tara’s fierce new improv company will be bringing you fast and loose improvised comedy. Come along for a night of some of Wellington’s most top-of-their-game comedians at their most silly.
Unbutton your pants for Captain Caketin's Best of Sketch Comedy Show
Fresh Off the Page is contemporary Asian plays hot off the press, performed in a series of free play readings by local artists to highlight the diversity in out communities. Presenting: "The Colours of Our Katha" by Ronia Ibrahim.
The improv show where three teams face off in a battle for glory, honour, and the audience's favour. The winner returns in the headline spot next month, while the losers wail and gnash their teeth…
TAHI - New Zealand Festival of Solo Performance is an organisation in Wellington that supports the curation and showcasing of New Zealand’s highest quality solo performance.
A poignant and powerful theatrical exploration of the human condition featuring masterful puppetry and mask.
A brand new full-length solo show by award-winning playwright Helen Vivienne Fletcher.
A brand new collection of monologues by six female and non-binary playwrights around the theme of Joy.
A high-risk, high-reward dance show not for the faint of heart.
A family-friendly theatrical tale of adventure from a Punk Rock Pirate.
Surprise – it’s one little piggy’s birthday!
Five emerging artists, three nights only.
A fabulous flashback to 1980s Upper Hutt featuring a cast of colourful characters and only one performer.
An award-winning autobiographical solo about growing up gay in rural New Zealand.
A theatrical cabaret celebrating infamous femme spies throughout history.
A comedic, musical exploration into the absurdity of being both the colonised and coloniser in Aotearoa, New Zealand.
An experimental vocal and musical performance about death, capitalism, and birds.
A Scandalous Solo Show by Rachel Atlas featuring world-class stunts and a heart-warming feminist story.
A physical, funny, and distinctly kiwi solo show by award-winning writer and comedian Sarah Harpur.
NZ, poets, actors and comedians from around Wellington are preparing themselves to bring their worst!
The Les Femmes queens are back and this time they are serving high drama in this dragged out murder mystery romp.
Fala Muncher presents a short and sharp series of solo monologues that will have your tongue in a twist and your panties soaking wet - yaaaassss bitches! It’s the naughty ‘L Word' with a splash of lime and coconut juice!
Fresh Asian plays hot off the press, performed in a series of free play readings by local artists. Written, read and directed by Asian practitioners. Presenting: "Soul Sister" by Caryl Loria Illana.
A new queer comedy musical about the perils of love, cheap secondhand toasters, and waiting until it’s too late.
Be the extra in the background, enjoy a voyeuristic look into the city and watch as the comedy, tragedy and drama of daily life unfolds around you.
Auckland, 1963. Three young boys meet in Family Court. Made wards of state and taken to Ōwairaka Boys' Home. A story of darkness and pain, and resilience as they survive through the power of friendship, culture, and music.
2021 NZ Intl. Comedy Festival Billy T Award winner Brynley Stent brings her sold-out, critically-acclaimed comedy show Soft Carnage to BATS Theatre!
It's likes Bugs Bunny crossed with Beethoven goes to the circus
Meet Henry Lewis. Everything he touches turns to SOLD
James Mustapic (TVNZ's Abandonment Issues) dives deep into his Repressed Memories to explore the silliest and spookiest memories from his life!
Witch, please! Hosts Absinthe and Grenadine are here to bring you a supernatural talk show that's simply out of this world.
Fab Beasts once roamed the land… but where have they all gone? With murder, mystery, and sexy unicorns, this is the true tale that you’ve been waiting a lifetime to see. Fab beasts are in YOUR town.
Shortlisted for the 2021 Adam NZ Playwriting Award Winner – Best New Play at Playmarket’s Playwrights B4 25 2020 Red Scare Theatre Company presents 'Homemade Takeaways'