Back to the 1980s for new show on Centrepoint stage
Allergic to love: curse of the 80s is on stage for two shows, October 12 and 13 at Centrepoint.
Winner of three NZ fringe festival awards, including the Centrepoint tour award, this all-original New Zealand show will entertain, break hearts and rock souls.
This show has taken over 12 years to finish since the first song was recorded and written. It is a new all-original musical masterpiece written and performed by Tom Knowles who only two years ago starred in Counterpoint’s production of Stag Weekend.
Starring a full live rock band of misfits, including Christchurch’s own Jed Parsons and Moses Robbins, and Auckland’s Sam Logan, as they attempt to tell this unusual tale of love — about a man who is cursed with breaking into 80s rock ballads at the thought of love.
It will impress with its humour, great 80s style music and costumes.
There’s crowd participation, so there will be no shortage of a good time had by all.
If theatre isn’t usually your thing or you want something more than your average theatre experience then this show is for you.
It’s a band telling an epic story of love and a perfect night out for everyone.
■ Centrepoint October 12, 7pm and October 13h, 7.30pm: Tickets $15/$20 from: /www.palmyfringe.nz/allergic-to-love-curseof-the-80s
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