Keep up to date with the latest news from your theatre: Christchurch’s The Court Theatre. From exclusive interviews with our cast and crew to updates about our new initiatives, you’ll find everything you need to know about what’s happening at The Court right here.
The thrilling drama of Frankenstein like you've never seen it before
In this Court Theatre interpretation of the classic novel, young scientist Victor Frankenstein brings to life a man-made creature, sewing together dead body parts with little thought to the consequences.
The joy and the pain of learning a musical instrument – A Friends’ Opportunity
By Cheryl Colley
Set sail with The Court Theatre's production of Disney's Moana JR.
Based on the 2016 Disney film, Moana, with its empowering message of bravery, The Court Theatre’s production of Disney’s Moana JR. is sure to awaken your inner hero! The Court...
Multi award-winning musical warms up your winter at The Court Theatre
The award-winning musical Once is coming to Ōtautahi’s Court Theatre this June. This enchanting play is about the power of music and how the right notes can reignite your heart.
Want to build The Court Theatre's new home?
Christchurch City Council is calling for registrations of interest from contractors keen to take on the multi-million dollar project, on the corner of Colombo and Gloucester streets, in the city’s Performing Arts Precinct.
The Court Theatre heats up with the arrival of Ladies Night
Barry, Gavin, Norman, Craig and Wes find themselves down on their luck outside the pub on Saturday night. What starts as a drunken joke, rapidly becomes a challenge they can’t back out of... an all-male strip show.
Costumes help seasonal storytelling in Court Theatre’s latest production
Things I know to be True, currently on at The Court Theatre, takes the audience through all four seasons with costume design supporting the storytelling that is based in the suburban garden of a family home.
Still loving theatre life after 50 years
As The Court Theatre prepares to celebrate 50 years we hear from Doris Barnard and Gay Peek who have been ushers from the start.
Apology To the Transgender and Gender Diverse Communities
The Court Theatre apologises sincerely to the transgender and gender diverse communities for the distress caused by our casting decision on Things I Know to be True.
Roses set to play major role in Things I know to be True
This queen of flowers that has played a part in religion, art, poetry, literature, music, fashion and design, is set to play an important role in Things I know to be True.