"He just rambled on and on and on and I never wanted him to stop" - (Audience testimonial, Montreal).
That's the best description of what it's like to see Gerard Harris live. The acclaimed British storyteller tells tales with an uncommon force, a hyper-fervid mind and "all the wit and timing of an accomplished road comic" (Winnipeg Free Press).
As part of Aroha’17 & Auckland Fringe, Mika Haka will be hosting From Slavery To Star Trek - A Family’s Story by Andreea Kindryd; a favourite at Adelaide and Edinburgh Fringe Festivals, 2011.
Stories of her great, great grandmother and ending in the studio where Star Trek was created, Andreea Kindryd recounts true stories from her own life and the lives of her ancestors, creating a story that moves from politics in a family, to politics in a nation.
Experience the underground and non-conformist-alternative performance styles of NYC and Auckland. Check it; interaction, activation, great food and chill zones ... come as your authentic self. Harlem, New York Cyber-Soul artist GypjaQ (Blown Away feat. Azealia Banks) is our Master of Ceremonies bringing LOVE and UNITY to Mt. Roskill, Puketapapa.
Acclaimed Kiwi Humourist Brendon Green (Billy T Award nominee, 2014) debuts a new collection of songs, stories, and shenanigans to the world. Through handsome storytelling and honest songwriting, Brendon Green will entertain and tickle your brain for an hour of good fun. You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll probably not cry actually, unless you're one of these cry at anything types, which is fine, you will definitely laugh though, and think, and maybe try to sing along if the mood takes you, but mostly you'll laugh.
The world fell apart—but the dead boy won’t.
Dead Boys Are Blue is a post-modern weaving together of four stories, performance and songs that explore why it is easier to care for a dead boy than mankind.
Defying all safe space, genderqueer performance act Michelle/Ryan of "Ze": queer as fuck! brings some unconventional comedy to the identity debate to prove that we're all humouring what makes each of us ridiculous.
All the Little Empire shows are on stage for the first time in a mini-podcast festival for Fringe.
Including live recordings of: The Worst Idea of All Time, Boners of The Heart, The Male Gayz and more.
Featuring Auckland poetry slam stars Carrie Rudzinski, Ken Arkind and Mohamed Hassan, as well as Christchurch-based poets Andrew Coyle and Doc Drumheller.
MAD AVE is proud to present The River Talks; a striking multimedia arts and science production on the banks of the Omaru River in Glen Innes. The 'River Talks' promises to move and inspire you with powerful displays of Maori history, innovative artistic flair and insightful technical infotainment.
621 opinions in 45 minutes.
This award-winning solo is a “funny, withering, and moving” piece about the fallibility of thought in our quest to solve the riddles of our world.
WINNER 2015 Melbourne Festival Discovery Award
WINNER 2015 Melbourne Fringe WA Tour Ready Award
WINNER 2015 Adelaide Fringe Best Theatre - Weekly Award
What We Talk About is a live storytelling podcast about our obsessions.
Each night we get four guest speakers to tell a live audience about their greatest obsession. Each show is guaranteed to have hilarious anecdotes, heartfelt moments and captivating storytelling.