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Part of the 2016 New Zealand Festival Writers Week
Chaired by Dave Armstrong
Panelists: Pip Hall, Hone Kouka, Nancy Brunning, Carl Nixon
Who the Hell Are We?
Reflections of Kiwis on stage both challenge and entrench our unique lifestyle. From Foreskin’s Lament to Waiora; from Middle Age Spread to The Motor Camp; from Wednesday to Come to Hikoi – are we representing our nation honestly on stage?
It’s Circa’s 40th birthday and in true Circa tradition, New Zealand playwrights are centre stage. Circa will celebrate the 100+ New Zealand playwrights whose work has captivated audiences over the years in a Spotlight on Playwrights; from Roger Hall’s first play Glide Time in 1976 to Kate De Goldi’s The ACB with Honora Lee adapted for stage by Jane Waddell in 2016. There will be events, stimulating panel discussions, and a reading of Anthony McCarten’s new work funnygirl in which he dramatises his explosive novel – a plea for tolerance and freedom for individuals and art. A High Tea in honour of Circa stalwart Roger Hall will be hosted by Playmarket New Zealand.
Tickets can be reserved by calling 04 801 7992.
Writers Week Passes are available online now via the New Zealand Festival website.
All the New Zealand Festival Writers Week Passes give you a place at the front of the queue with the full Writers Week programme delivered to your letterbox or inbox and a preferential booking period from 29 January until 4 February.
The ultimate pass offering 15 tickets to Writers Week sessions at the Embassy and Bats theatres, with 36 events to choose between. Or use your pass for multiple tickets to each event, so you can share the experience with someone else. Buy a Bookmark Pass.
TAKE 5 PASS
A great little deal offering five tickets to Writers Week sessions at the Embassy and BATS theatres. Buy a Take 5 Pass.
A whole day to free your mind. Pass includes six sessions at the Embassy and BATS theatres, plus a free coffee and a packed lunch. Buy a Friday Pass.