The Disaster Brothers

Auckland
Tuesday to:
07 Oct
Saturday
11 Oct

Venue Location

(Upstairs) Lower Greys Avenue, Auckland

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Prices

STANDARD:

ALL AGES
$11.00

Timing

Running Time: 45 Minutes

Venue Location

(Upstairs) Lower Greys Avenue, Auckland

Payment Options

Credit Card
2.50%
Bank Transfer
$1.50

Delivery Options

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free
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$5.00
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$7.00
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On your marks, get set KABOOM! The Disaster Brothers are in town with a dangerously delirious, frantically fast paced, traveling family circus show.

The Disaster Brothers cause chaos everywhere they go! Their clumsiness always gets them in trouble. A ruthless and angry ringmaster patrols the circus looking for excuses to chuck the brothers out of the failing circus for good. A beautiful ballerina pirouettes across the stage, wafting the scent of roses over the audience. Re-mixed classical music, popcorn and uncontrollable giggles, The Disaster Brothers desperately try and save the circus.

Two Productions presents The Disaster Brothers, straight from a sell out season in the Kidsfest festival in Christchurch The Disaster Brothers is a physical, slapstick, and vaudevillian piece of children’s theatre not to be missed!

Featuring Chris Parker (TV2’s Girl vs. Boy, The Basement’s Snort) and Tom Eason (Red Leap’s Sea, Breath of the volcano, Auckland Arts Festival), and devised by Chris, Tom and Holly Chappell of Two Productions.

“I liked the show because it was crazy” –Sarah, aged 6.

“Granddad said ‘It couldn’t be any better’” – Blake, aged 9.

“The Disaster Brothers, you were very funny” – Ethan, aged 5.

“Best in the world” – Toby, aged 7.

“Ado Jam fabut” – Charlie, aged 4.