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HLT 2021 Season

  • HLT Presents

    My Cousin Rachel

    Directed by Terry Hooper

    Season: Postponed
    Matinees: Postponed

    My Cousin Rachel
    Scheming widow
    or wronged woman?
    When the enigmatic Countess Rachel Sangalletti travels from Florence to the Ashley Estate in Cornwall, home of her recently deceased husband, her presence arouses dark suspicions and uncontrollable desires, not least in young Philip, cousin and heir to the Ashley home. Feverish passion battles reason in this classic Gothic romance set in the wild landscape of the rock-ribbed Cornish coast. A New Zealand premiere.Starring: Alana Pearce (Rachel Coryn Ashley), Mitch Blyde (Philip Ashley), Peter Leathley (John Seecombe), Robert Limm (Thomas Connors), Hamish Stevens (Nicholas Kendall), Emily Briggs (Louise Kendall), Bruno Batistela (Guido Rainaldi).Single Ticket Prices Adult: $32 Concessions: for seniors aged 65+: $29 (with proof of concession) Equity New...

HLT Studio 2021 Season

  • HLT Studio Presents

    Howick Little Plays


    Season: Postponed
    Matinees: Postponed

    Howick Little Plays
    A series of very short
    award-winning plays
    An eclectic mix of perfectly formed short plays celebrating invention and imagination. Our inaugural year showcases the best of global, NZ and local award-winning plays and playwrights. Bringing together new and experienced directors, actors and crew, we present a smorgasbord of 10-minute plays. Many are funny, some downright hilarious, some poignant....there’s something for everyone! The plays being performed will be:'Driving Mr. Diddy', by Mandy Bannon 'Menage a Trois (1000 feet)’, by David Evans ‘Lifetime', by Angie Farrow 'Conceited Council Consents’, by Myles Lind 'The Power of the Sandwich', by Grahame Maclean ‘Sorry', by Emma Pitt 'Beer Window’ and 'Two Woofs for Yes’, by Neil Walden By arrangement with Pint-sized...

HLT 2022 Season

  • HLT Presents

    Hilda's Yard

    Directed by Penel Keegan

    Season: Feb 26 to March 19, 2022, 8pm
    Matinees: Feb 27 & March 6, 2022, 2pm

    Hilda's Yard
    One ordinary family,
    one extraordinary day
    How unbreakable are the ties that bind a family together? It’s the swinging 60s, and happy empty-nesters Sam and Hilda are finally enjoying life on their own. But their peaceful home turns to chaos when their unemployed son and newly-single daughter return for an unexpected stay. Can these traditional parents and far-out children bridge the generational divide? A heart-warming and hilarious look back in time. Single Ticket Prices Adult: $32 Concessions: for seniors aged 65+: $29 (with proof of concession) Equity New Zealand members: $29 (with membership ID) Groups of 10+: $28 Members: $28 Students (with ID): $18 Playwright's Passport (available to Playmarket’s playwright clients): free available ticket from the box office on the day or night of...

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  • My Cousin Rachel

    Season: Postponed
    Matinees: Postponed

    When the enigmatic Countess Rachel Sangalletti travels from Florence to the Ashley Estate in Cornwall, home of her recently deceased husband, her presence arouses dark suspicions and uncontrollable desires, not least in young Philip, cousin and heir to the Ashley home. Feverish passion battles reason in this classic Gothic romance set in the wild landscape of the rock-ribbed Cornish coast.... Read more…
  • Howick Little Plays

    Season: Postponed
    Matinees: Postponed

    An eclectic mix of perfectly formed short plays celebrating invention and imagination. Our inaugural year showcases the best of global, NZ and local award-winning plays and playwrights. Bringing together new and experienced directors, actors and crew, we present a smorgasbord of 10-minute plays. Many are funny, some downright hilarious, some poignant....there’s something for everyone! *The plays being performed will be:* *'Driving Mr.... Read more…
  • Hilda's Yard

    Season: Feb 26 to March 19, 2022, 8pm
    Matinees: Feb 27 & March 6, 2022, 2pm

    How unbreakable are the ties that bind a family together? It’s the swinging 60s, and happy empty-nesters Sam and Hilda are finally enjoying life on their own. But their peaceful home turns to chaos when their unemployed son and newly-single daughter return for an unexpected stay. Can these traditional parents and far-out children bridge the generational divide? A heart-warming and... Read more…