$30 - $67
Alison Quigan and Ross Gumbley
A nostalgic homegrown comedy that guarantees a mix of laughter and tears. Set in 1960s Ohoka, Canterbury, Flagons and Foxtrots follow the trials and tribulations of a young group trying to achieve their dreams against the background of the Saturday night dance hall scene.
Whilst Jill is waiting for her boyfriend, Jack, to pop the big question, her best friend Rita is the one with the big secret…
Bring your dancing shoes and get ready to reminisce. This heart-warming show is one not to be missed.
“Nostalgic good time” – Theatreview
Please note that the ending of Flagons and Foxtrots invites audience members to actively participate in the show. For our actors' (and your) safety, please ensure you are wearing your mask throughout the performance.
Flagons and Foxtrots was first produced at Centrepoint Theatre, Palmerston North, in November 1999.
- 13 August 2022: Opening night
- 15 August 2022: Forum - a special performance where audiences get to ask cast and crew questions after the show
- 16 August 2022: Pay What you Can
- 18 August 2022: Audio Described Performance. Please contact Box Office (03 963 0870) directly to book the Audio Described elements of this performance
- 10 September 2022: Matinee performance at 2pm, Communication Friendly Performance
- 17 September 2022: Matinee performance at 2pm, mask wearing will be compulsory for this performance
- 17 September 2022: Closing night
Ted - Bobbin Robbin
Dean - Bobbin Robbin
Swing – Jack, Archie, Pinkie; Innes – Bobbin Robbin
Swing – Jill, Rita
Understudy – Ina Jenkins
Understudy – Sid Jenkins
Christopher Alan Moore
Understudy – Pinkie Moore
Sound Designer & Operator
Adult $60 - $67
Senior (65+) $54 - $60
Group (6+) $57
Friends of The Court Theatre $52 - $58
Child (under 18) $31 - $34
Community Services or Hāpai Access cardholders $34
30 Below (aged 30 & under. Limited numbers available) $30
Subscriptions for our 2022 Ryman Healthcare Season are also still open now, giving you priority bookings, discounted tickets and more when purchasing tickets to three or more mainstage shows.
Masks Required Show
We strongly encourage mask wearing at all performances, but during the matinee of Flagons and Foxtrots at 2pm on Saturday 17 September, it will be compulsory to wear a mask at all times (unless eating and drinking). This means you must keep your mask on in the auditorium. This performance remains a Masks Required show, as promoted and planned, despite the changes to Government mandates on 14 September 2022.
Here at The Court, we want everyone to be able to enjoy the magic of theatre. The work we produce is designed for everyone and a special Masks Required Show enables us to make theatre accessible to all the members of our community who otherwise may not feel comfortable coming along to the theatre.
Kai at The Court
COVID-19 and Vaccination Information
The Court Theatre under current Covid-19 traffic light setting
Vaccination Passes are no longer required:
Under the current covid-19 ‘red’ traffic light setting, The Court Theatre now no longer requires visitors to have a current My Vaccine Pass for entry.
However, all visitors eight-years-old and over (as per Ministry of Health guidelines) are required to bring and wear a mask indoors within The Court Theatre premises. This applies whether in the auditorium, the foyer or the classroom. Unless you are medically exempt from wearing a mask, these can only be removed while eating or drinking.
These changes will enable us to maximise opportunities to operate at capacity, and as safely as possible, for our audience members, staff and cast members.
For more information, please refer to the Government's COVID-19 website for the most up to date information.
The Court Theatre and Vaccine Certificates
Under the COVID-19 Protection Framework, more commonly called the traffic light system, to be introduced soon, the Government has mandated that indoor events (such as performances) will require staff and customers to be fully vaccinated.
Once the Ministry of Health advises that Canterbury can move to the traffic light system, The Court Theatre will require visitors to have a current vaccination certificate for entry to shows, or to access food or beverage, for people 12-years-old and over. This will enable us to maximise opportunities to operate at capacity, and as safely as possible, for our audience members, staff and cast members.
We will follow Government guidelines pertaining to the use of exemption certificates.
If you are not vaccinated by the time of your booked performance, then we will follow our re-booking (for a performance after you have been fully vaccinated) or refund process.
The implementation for the COVID-19 Protection Framework is still in development. While this progresses, we want to give everyone enough time to get fully vaccinated so that, once it is implemented, we can begin to share our community life again.
You can find more information about vaccination certificates here.
You can find more information about getting vaccinated here.
Our priority is the safety and wellbeing of our show attendees and supporters, artists, staff and the wider community. Once the Ministry of Health advises that Canterbury can move to the traffic light system, The Court Theatre will require visitors to have a current vaccination certificate for entry to shows, or to access food or beverage, for people 12-years-old and over. This will enable us to maximise opportunities to operate at capacity, and as safely as possible, for our audience members, staff and cast members. We will follow Government guidelines pertaining to the use of exemption certificates.
For more information please refer to the Government's COVID-19 website for the most up to date information.Housekeeping
This performance will be staged in our auditorium, where we're regularly sanitising surfaces, including cleaning seats and tables thoroughly between performances. We have also placed hand sanitiser dispensers throughout the foyer.
We also ask for your support in keeping our theatre clean and safe and encourage you, and all of our guests and employees, to:
- Always practice good hygiene and wash your hands frequently
- Place rubbish in the bin at the conclusion of your performance
- Cover coughs/sneezes, dispose of tissues and make use of the available hand sanitiser
- Refrain from attending the theatre if you're feeling unwell to ensure a safe and comfortable experience for everyone.