The Studio has an exciting programme lined up for 2019.
First up is a play reading of Blackbird, a drama by David Harrower. This will be for one night only on June 1 at 8pm. The plot involves Una, who had a relationship with Ray when he was 40 and she was 12. They haven't set eyes on each other for 15 years but now she's found him again. Blackbird won the 2007 Laurence Olivier Award for Best New Play. Adult content.
This is a community theatre production by special arrangement with Samuel French and New Zealand Play Bureau Ltd.
“Little Red Riding Hood as you’ve never seen her before”
A comedy/drama by Sarah Delahunty
Directed by Le Niddrie
Season: July 31 to August 3, 8pm
A tongue-in-cheek retelling of the Little Red Riding Hood story, where Grandmother takes matters into her own hands. Adult content.
By arrangement with Playmarket.
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A new drama by Nathan Hey
Season: October 2 to 5, 8pm
Disorderly Conduct follows two best friends who washed out of the army for disorderly conduct. Thrust into the world of crime to support a sick son, the pair decide to rob banks. It turns out their particular set of skills create a very successful run, but when they are forced to take on a new person in their crew, things start to unravel. Finding themselves stuck in a hostage situation, they have to battle for their freedom and their lives. Adult content.
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