Light and shade in The Dark Room this month
An affordable mix of music and theatre is brightening up The Dark Room this month.
Sonic Delusion is celebrating the release of its new album Without Warning with random acts of kindness. The New Plymouth electroacoustic folk band is inviting people to share their random acts of kindness on Twitter, Facebook and Instragram using the hashtag #withoutwarning to be in to win tickets to their Palmerston North show at The Dark Room on Thursday October 1 at 7.30pm.
Bookings on Eventfinder, full $20/concession: $15.
Eating the Wolf
Local emerging artists are performing a tongue-in-cheek retelling of Red Riding Hood.
Renowned New Zealand playwright and director Sarah Delahunty has created a parable about feminism through the medium of the traditional fairytale. This exciting and challenging play is directed by local drama teacher Sheridan Hickey and presented by The Production Co.
Eating the Wolf will be performed from October 8 to 10 at 8pm. Bookings 06 354 5740 or thedarkroomnz.com. Full $18/concession: $12.
Henry V is on from October 15 to 17 at 7.30pm and on October 18 at 2pm. Bookings 06 354 5740 or thedarkroomnz.com. Full $15/concession: $10. All tickets
$10 on October 18.
The Things we Do
One woman, one trolley and Onecard take centre stage with the award-winning show The Things We Do.
Performed by comic genius Sarah Tuck, the play exposes the unspoken truth about the silly, quirky and weird things we all do when we think no one is looking.
The Things We Do comes to The Dark Room following a sellout season at BATS Theatre for the NZ Fringe Festival and a successful South Island tour on October 29 – 31 at 7pm and November 1 at 2pm.
For more information please call 06 354 5740 or visit thedarkroomnz.com.