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Just when things should be slowing down for retirees Baz and Gen, life is Winding Up!
With grandkids to wrangle, a cruise to plan and Barry’s preoccupation with plotting his own funeral, the reality of the so-called ‘golden years’ is explored in this brand-new comedy from legendary playwright, Roger Hall (Four Flat Whites in Italy; Middle Aged Spread; Glide Time).
Starring beloved actor Mark Hadlow, Winding Up is a heart-warming Kiwi comedy that shouldn’t be missed.
WHY YOU'LL LOVE THIS PLAY
“Sir Roger has taken the characters from his hit play, Conjugal Rites, and woven them into a story that examines their lives and their mortality. Very funny, supremely recognisable and Roger Hall at his very best.”
– Lead Director, Ross Gumbley
- 12 September 2020: opening night
- 14 September 2020: forum - a special performance where audiences get to ask cast and crew questions after the show
- 3 October 2020: matinee performance at 2pm & closing night
Until tickets are open to the general public, becoming a subscriber is the best way to book your seats. Purchasing a subscription gives you a range of benefits - including the opportunity to save up to 36% on ticket prices! Subscriber prices for Winding Up are:
- Adult: $51
- Senior: $48
- Supporter: $44
- Community Services or Kiwiable Leisure cardholders: $35
- Child (under 18): $30
- 30 Below (aged 30 & under): $30
When tickets go on-sale to the general public, prices range between the following amounts, depending when you book in the season.
Top tip: tickets are always cheapest in the first two weeks of the season, when we offer our earlybird discount.
"Sir Roger Hall may be in his '80s but he's let us all know loud and clear that he still has 'it'; in fact this latest work is one of his best."
"Brilliant… his dialogue is so natural and artless, it’s less like being in a theatre and more like overhearing your parents or grandparents conversation (but a lot funnier). If you’re a boomer (like me) you might wonder if maybe he put a bug in your lounge and recorded your conversations with your spouse."