Pressure Point Collective presents

Potato Stamp Megalomaniac

Wednesday to:
06 Sep
08 Sep

Venue Location

12 Pah Road, Auckland

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ADULT 12 and over
SENIOR 65+ with Gold Card
STUDENT Student ID Required
CHILD 12 years and under


Running Time: 1 hour 10 minutes

Venue Location

12 Pah Road, Auckland


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It’s leaner, faster, more explosive.  The award-winning solo POTATO STAMP returns in a new incarnation, before crossing the ditch to the Sydney and Melbourne Fringes.

It’s and Andrew has returned to his potato stamps.
He's tied his flatmates' groceries from the ceiling.
He's started giving away their belongings. 
He’s got a growing sense he’s becoming a twenty-first century prophet, which makes getting essays in on time difficult, to say the least.

Unashamedly grandiose.  Intensely physical.  Comedic, poetic and unsentimental. 

This is the kaleidoscopic remembering of a manic episode.

Accompanied by live music on a Potato Synthesiser.

3 nights only – get your tickets now!

Responses to the Basement Theatre season (2016):

“Gunn wants to explain and knows he can’t; he’s rational and ridiculous, and he’s also subtly adept at sharing the awkwardness with the audience. As a gloss on mental illness, it’s engaging and very sophisticated.” – Simon Wilson, Metro Magazine.

“It’s a helluva ride. This is tangible, living and breathing theatre. False prophet or not, consider me a convert.” – Theatrescenes.

Script / performance / production: Andrew Gunn
Direction: Chye-Ling Huang
Sound design: Tom Dennison, Patrick Kelly
Live sound / operation: Patrick Kelly
Original design concept: Christine Urquhart
Stage & production management: Indigo Cody Paul