Basement Theatre Salon – Week Two

Tuesday to:
28 Feb
04 Mar

Venue Location

(Upstairs) Lower Greys Avenue, Auckland

This event has probably been and gone!

Before being able to select tickets, you must first validate your details below:

{{ CurrentShowing.Message }}

Before being able to select tickets, please enter the access code below:

{{ authorization.Name }}

{{ authorization.Name }}


Transaction fee will apply. Full details will be available on final checkout page prior to payment.



RESERVED Limited Reserve tickets available.
ENTRY Pay on Entry (plus Koha)


Running Time: 4 hours with breaks throughout

Venue Location

(Upstairs) Lower Greys Avenue, Auckland

Payment Options

Credit Card
Bank Transfer

Delivery Options

Please note: not all delivery or payment options may be available at checkout due to compatibility with other events that may be in your cart.

Tickets are also available at:

Our Studio is transformed into a Performance Salon – think Moulin Rouge at the beach – where works of all kinds will pop up around you as you lounge, drink, and explore. It's like a big party and a place of discovery all in one – performances are tested and evolved as you wander, observe, and partake.

Something is always on, and music, projection, and activities fill in the gaps between performances.  Come and go as you please!

PENIS ELEGY by Nathan Joe is a live music experience incorporating monologues, poetic essays and queer studies to examine the contradictions in acceptable homosexuality today.

In THE IPHONE CASE Tina Pitimpkin (Angella Dravid) is an in-demand lawyer dealing with high profile cases all over the galaxy, but when she reluctantly accepts an invitation by an outdated iPhone 39 (Thomas Sainsbury) to represent him, she finds out more than his screen is cracked…Tom Sainsbury will also play a menagerie of kooky characters from rural New Zealand to Chernobyl in TOM’S SNAPCHATS.

In FOR CONNOR Rochelle Mangan plays with contortion, balance and handstands.

Jacob Dale cautions to bring heat protection, lest you get burnt by the torrent of fire cast by the dance, rap, criticism and comedy cataclysm that is OPUS.

And LITTLE SISTER continues.



Presented as part of Auckland Fringe festival from 21st February - 12th March 2017.  
For the full programme visit