Experience children's joy, Odd One Out

Showing 16-27 April ZIP! PING! BASH!  Three curious characters live a busy life in a world where everything has a purpose and place… until one day, an Odd character arrives and things start to change. In this non-verbal performance your tamariki will experience a new world through the vibrant and bubbly characters and discover with the characters that being different can be exciting!

Experience the love of dance, Just Dance Krazy

JDK Dance Crew comprises of 8 dancers with intellectual disabilities. This show is a celebration their journeys and love of dance, and includes performances by dancers and groups who have inspired them. JDK are living proof of the positive benefits that dance has on community, physical health, mental well-being and the spirit. 

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Hannah Playhouse - an independently run theatre venue for hire

Old buildings usefulness are so often  measured by economic imperatives alone and their living presence is never acknowledged. The Hannah Playhouse provides a service to the performing arts community of the whole of NZ, in that she keeps safe the spirits of past lives that have created, and indeed appreciated, within her walls. She is a gatekeeper and her scars deserve a bow. They were earnt over years of use for intended purpose. Not many buildings can say that. I honour her mantel's continued presence in Wellington. She is a real theatre that is still one of our "Cathedrals of Honour to Humanity" in all its reflective expression. She is lucky to have a group of people currently looking after her who uphold her Mana and devote themselves to her care with passion.
Geraldine Brophy, Dec 2017
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