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.
Court Jesters Set to Bring the Laughter for All Ages These School Holidays
Family favourite The Early Early Late Show is back to bring the laughter for your 6 - 13 year olds these school holidays as part of KidsFest.
Young Actors Take the Stage In Sold-Out Show at The Court Theatre
The Court Theatre’s Youth Company will be tackling a terrifyingly relevant, comic and playful story this June when they take to the stage to perform Vernon God Little.
The Littlest Ninja Stands Tall at The Court Theatre
Ninjas are sneaking into The Court Theatre these school holidays to entertain the kids of Canterbury in The Littlest Ninja as part of Kidsfest.
The Court Theatre Goes Blue to Support the Prostate Cancer Foundation
On the 26th June The Court Theatre is hosting a very special Blue Ribbon performance of The Biggest, supporting the Prostate Cancer Foundation of New Zealand.
The Court Theatre Appoints a New Kaihāpai Toi to Assist in the Growth of Māori and Pasifika Theatre
The Court Theatre is pleased to announce they have appointed a new Kaihāpai Toi (Māori and Pasifika Producer), Vanessa Gray.
This Month In 2012 (and 1988…and 1974): Much Ado About Nothing
On three different stages in three different decades The Court Theatre has performed one play again and again (and again): Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing.
Disposing Bodies in the Studio Theatre at The Court Theatre
Four management consultants have been given 90 minutes to work out if they’re saving the world, being tested by their superiors or designing the blueprints for the next holocaust in Ideation, an icy thriller that is the Black Mirror of contemporary theatre.
New Kiwi Comedy Makes a Splash at The Court Theatre
With determination (and not a lot else) Walter, Pat, Mick and Stu try to win big at the local fishing competition. They’re after a replacement for Stu’s dream-boat; the one he spent his life-savings on and then wrote off, landing himself in a wheelchair. Only problem is, they don’t know how to fish.