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Running Time: 50 Minutes

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Lower Greys Avenue, Auckland City

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Winner of three NZ Fringe awards including Most Promising Emerging Company (NZFringe ’16) & nominated for four more, including Best In Fringe, Outstanding Performer and Most Innovative Work, House of Sand presents Castles... 

Text, movement, virtuosic dance, and song. Emerging star of the cross-artform stage Eliza Sanders uses it all to create a hive of strangely interconnected questions and musings, from the silly to the sublime.

Created & Performed by Eliza Sanders, Directed & Produced by Charles Sanders, Lighting Design  & Technical Operation by Owen McCarthy.

"weird and wonderful; an exorcism of randomness” - (Theatreview)
“Sanders’ work offers a new experience in the lexicon of dance.” - (CanberraCriticsCircle)

PLUS Pedal.Peddle - The critically and popularly acclaimed precursor. See where the journey to Castles began. Sat 4 March only: bit.ly/2iMZsON

House of Sand ate up the 2016 NZ Fringe with two dance/theatre works, winning three awards and receiving seven nominations overall. Castles was the winner of two awards including Most Promising Emerging Company and was nominated for four; including Outstanding Performer and Best In Fringe.


Please note:
Contains course language, nudity and adult themes.
No entry after show starts.
Times vary each night, please check your booking carefully.


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