A woman is tied to a bed – a sex game or something more sinister? Is he still angry about the mushy peas? It’s about family, betrayal, god, sex and a girl who just wants to be loved. This is a quirky, poignant and powerful new work that will get under your skin. A powerful piece of work by writer/performer Alice Gill-Carey. Directed by Leon Yianni. Come along and join her on her journey.
SHOW DETAILS VENUE: Hill Street Theatre (Venue 41) Dunedin Theatre, first floor DATES: 14th to 20th August TIME: 15.45 SHOW DURATION: 1 hour
Alfie and George are two well-loved but aging panto stars, but will this duo last as we reveal the tension between the pair – what will become of them? And will their friendship survive? Set in their dressing room, we see the real drama that is going on between the pair and their fractured relationship. Hatred and vengeance may be portrayed and pursued as we get a glimpse of the emotions behind the grease paint. A fast-moving and emotional rollercoaster of a play that belts along to its shocking revelation.
SHOW DETAILS VENUE: Hill Street Theatre (Venue 41) Dunedin Theatre, first floor DATES: 4th to 11th August TIME: 15.45 SHOW DURATION: 1 hour
This courtroom drama centres around the question of euthanasia. Did Cathy murder her mother or merely stop her suffering? This interactive production gets you questioning your beliefs – become a juror, but can you determine the truth? Our 11 jurors picked from the audience will cross-examine and determine the truth behind Cathy’s actions. Will they side with her sister Mary in the belief it was murder? Or will they put their trust in Cathy and support her… or is there more to this case than meets the eye? A must-see for all those part-time sleuths.
SHOW DETAILS VENUE: Hill Street Theatre (Venue 41) Dunedin Theatre, first floor DATES: 4th to 27th August TIME: 12.00 SHOW DURATION: 1 hour
Avenue Q is the puppet-based musical following the people who live on the worst street in the world. This brilliantly funny musical is brought to life by its talented cast as they tell each of their stories. Follow Kate Monster and Princeton as they fall in and out of love and interact with a host of other puppets and live performers, as we find out what really motivates and drives these characters. Be it love and honour or porn and money, this classic musical has it all in abundance. A must-see for Fringe-goers.
SHOW DETAILS VENUE: Hill Street Theatre (Venue 41) Alba Theatre, top floor DATES: 4th to 27th August TIME: 16.10 SHOW DURATION: 2 hours 15 mins
Everyone knows about the code-breaking genius of Alan Turing, but behind the mathematical genius lay a man of great passion. Through his work, he was hailed a hero. But privately, his life was a torment of desire.
With sublime melodies, this uplifting and thought-provoking new musical delves into Turing’s youthful love of Christopher Morcom and how this shaped his life.
SHOW DETAILS VENUE: Hill Street Theatre (Venue 41) Alba Theatre, top floor DATES: 4th to 27th August TIME: 14.10 SHOW DURATION: 1hour 30 mins
After his sell-out Edinburgh 2022 run with his show 100 Songs in an Hour, David Hoare (Musical Comedy Awards, Audience Favourite Prize 2021) returns with another bumper show bursting with hilarious songs and jokes. Is one billion songs too many or not enough?
“An annoyingly funny young man” Gary Delaney
“High-energy, beautifully timed comedy expertise that has the crowd roaring throughout.” Bath Echo
SHOW DETAILS VENUE: Hill Street Theatre (Venue 41) Dunedin Theatre, first floor DATES: 4th to 14th August then 16th to 27th August TIME: 14.30 SHOW DURATION: 1 hour