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1 Taranaki Street, Wellington | Box Office Ph: 04 801 7992
Duration: 19 Nov – 23 Dec
Location: By Simon Leary and Gavin Rutherford
Price: $18 – $52; $122 Family Pass
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A wonderfully watery Wellington tale!

Our highly-acclaimed Panto team is back this festive season with a Hans Christian Andersen tale but with a twist … and a bucket fountain full of local references.

Gavin Rutherford returns as our beloved Dame: “Shelly Bay – a poor lonely widow fisherwoman”.

Join us for a Panto overflowing with laughs and toe tapping, tail flapping songs which will be sure to have the whole family leaving with a tune in their heart and a smile on their gills.

AN UNDER-THE-SEA MUST SEE!


Accessibility at Circa

We have:

  1. NZSL Performance of The Little Mermaid on Sat 4 December at 6:30pm
  2. An Audio Described Performance of The Little Mermaid (Date To Be Confirmed)

 

To book Access and Companion Tickets for either of these shows you can email circa@circa.co.nz, call the Box Office, or go to the Box Office during opening hours.


2020 panto audiences said:

An utterly outstanding show – the writing, witty dialogue, singing costumes, performers, audience involvement … EVERYTHING!!!

‘An utterly outstanding show’

‘It appealed to the whole audience from very young children to grandparents and everyone in between. I loved all of it.’

‘I haven’t been to a Pantomime before and it blew my socks off’

BY Simon Leary and Gavin Rutherford
DIRECTOR Susan Wilson
MUSIC ARRANGED AND DIRECTED BY Michael Nicholas Williams

19 Nov – 23 Dec
Circa One
Tues – Sat 6.30pm, Sun 4pm

$18 – $52
$122 Family Pass

COVID UPDATE: Please note, at the moment we are selling seats to this show at a ‘reduced capacity’ until we have more certainty about the upcoming change in Alert levels. If we appear to be ‘sold out’, please email our Box Office at circa@circa.co.nz and we will add you to our Alert Level 1 waitlist. You will be contacted again if/when we move to Alert Level 1. Thank you for your understanding.

Proudly supported by Te Papa

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PHOTO: STEPHEN A’COURT; IMAGE: ROSE MILLER, KRAFTWORK