Filthy Rich season 2

Filthy Rich season 2 debuted this week on TVNZ 2.

Auckland Actors Mike Edward, Bonnie Soper and Tania Anderson appear in this first episode, with many more AAers to come throughout the season.

Catch it on TVNZ on demand if you missed it!

D.I.S.C.O with Dynamotion

We're so excited, DYNAMOTION finally have another toe-tapping show on the go.

Fierce drama hits the dance floor this July as Dynamotion presents DISCO takes you back to the 1979 Disco World Champs.

From the dacting troupe that brought you Terror Planet and Mia Blonde Ice Dagger this new show is sure to get you all in a fever.

D.I.S.C.O. at the Basement Theatre, 18 - 29 July, book now! With AAers Lara Liew, Kate Simmonds, and Tom Sainsbury.

Westside season 3

Season 3 of locally produced comedy/drama series WESTSIDE launched last night 10 July, on Three.

We're going on a journey into Ted and Rita's murky past, set against a backdrop of social and economic upheaval that was the early 1980's in Auckland.

WESTSIDE, on THREE, Mondays 8.30pm. Watch on demand if you can't get to a TV at that time!

Anya Tate Manning in My Dead Best Friend

Opening 12 July, MY DEAD BEST FRIEND is a heartfelt and heartbreaking story of a friendship cut short.
Believe it or not it's also a comedy!

December, 1998. Dunedin.
High summer in a town where there isn’t a lot to do.
This is a comedy about death, revolution, unfulfilled love, and a possum.

Created by and starring Anya Tate-Manning, MY DEAD BEST FRIEND has toured the festival circuit and was nominated for the West Australian Arts Editor’s award after it's debut at Perth Fringe World in 2016.

MY DEAD BEST FRIEND, Zanetti Productions. Q Theatre from 12 July to 22 July.

Trygve vs. a Baby

Wish we were in Edniburgh to see this.

Our now world famous mime Trygve Wakenshaw attempts to be more entertaining than a baby. His baby!

People have said:

'The new king of silent comedy' (Guardian).
'So magical, so delightfully playful' (Scotsman).
'Trygve is a Loony Toons creation made flesh… you can't help but be carried away by the pure joy of his madcap landscapes' Fest).

If you're in that part of the world between 3 - 27 August, at the Assembly Roxy, GO SEE IT!

JEKYLL & HYDE review

JEKYLL & HYDE starring our Hayley Sproull opened this week and audiences loved it!

Theatreview says:

Jekyll and Hyde is an absolute tour de force of modern theatre practice.  There is nothing staid or pretentiously theatrically distant about this in-your-face, ridiculously hilarious black comedy.  A fantastic night out...

...Jekyll and Hyde is a ridiculously fun night.  My advice is to bring friends, enjoy a few glasses of wine beforehand and enjoy the ride.   No matter how dark you feel before you come, that darkness will disappear during this blackest, and sexiest of comedies. 

I leave the theatre with a sore jaw from laughing so much...

Read the full review HERE. Show runs at the Basement theatre until 15 July.

Louise Wallace to appear in ATC’s LAST LEGS

What a treat to have Louise Wallace cast in ATC's upcoming production of LAST LEGS.

We're very much looking forward to seeing her play the dual roles of Trish and Sheila in this retirement residence romp.

The production is touring from Auckland where it plays at the ASB Waterfront Theatre during August, down to Hamilton and Tauranga in early October.

Read the NZ Herald article about her casting HERE.

LAST LEGS by Auckland Theatre Company, 12 - 27 September in Auckland, 5 - 7 October in Hamilton, 13 - 15 October in Tauranga.

Pio Terei Conferences 2017

Our Pio Terei has been a busy man as usual, MCing a large number of conferences already this year,
the most recent being IPWEANZ, FRUCOR and RIMS.

If you're interested in having Pio along to MC or Speak at your event, contact us on or +64 9 376 5233

And make sure you tune in to Maori Television on 21 July to see Pio host the MATARIKI AWARDS, live from the Auckland War Memorial Museum, 8.30pm.

Lord of the Flies at Centrepoint

Michiel Van Echten is soon to star as RALPH in Centrepoint's upcoming show LORD OF THE FLIES.

A plane crashes on a deserted island. The only survivors are a group of schoolkids. By day, it’s a tropical paradise of sun and sea; but each night, their dreams are haunted by a terrifying beast.

LORD OF THE FLIES, Centrepoint Theatre, 15 July to 5 August. Book now!

The Changeover

Coming to cinemas 28 September 2017, publicity for THE CHANGEOVER has just started.

Based on the popular Margaret Mahy novel, this youing adult supernatural film is sure to be as unsettling as it is exciting.

Starring our Lucy Lawless and Ella Edward.

Catch the trailer HERE.
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