Shel We?

Wellington
Saturday to:
01 Jun
Sunday
02 Jun

Venue Location

12 Cambridge Terrace, Wellington

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Prices

STANDARD:

EARLYBIRD ADULT Earlybird prices available until 16 May.
$30.00
EARLYBIRD SENIOR 65+ with Gold and Kiwi Access cards
$20.00
EARLYBIRD STUDENT Student ID Required
$20.00
ADULT
$35.00
SENIOR 65+ with Gold or Kiwi Access Cards
$25.00
STUDENT Student ID Required
$25.00
CHILD 12 years & under
$15.00

Timing

Running Time: 55 minutes
Interval: (no interval)

Venue Location

12 Cambridge Terrace, Wellington

Discounts

Group 15+

Get a group of 15 or more Adults together in one booking to one show and pay only $20 each!

Group 6+

Get a group of 6 or more Adults together in one booking to one show and pay only $30 each!

Promo

Secure $30 tickets with the pre-issued promotional code.

Payment Options

Credit Card
2.50%
Bank Transfer
$1.50
Online Eftpos
1.80%

Delivery Options

eTicket
free
Courier (signature reqd)
$5.00
Courier (rural delivery)
$9.00
Venue Pickup
free
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If you are a dreamer, come in.
If you are a dreamer, a wisher, a liar,
A hope-er, a pray-er, a magic bean buyer . . .
If you’re a pretender, come sit by my fire,
For we have some flax golden tales to spin.
Come in!
Come in!
- Shel Silverstein

Inspired by the works of renowned American writer Shel Silverstein, Shel We? is an invitation. An enchanting, playfully intriguing and visually stunning dance show.

Award winning choreographer Tupua Tigafua is a highly accomplished dancer and one of the most ingenious storytellers of this generation. After an illustrious career dancing for some of Aotearoa’s creative elite, Tupua has masterfully created his own dance style.

Shel Silverstein was a critically acclaimed writer of children’s books such as Where The Sidewalk Ends, Falling Up and most notable The Giving Tree. He was a talented lyricist and wrote iconic ballads such as Sylvias Mother for Doctor Hook and A Boy Named Sue for Johnny Cash. Shel’s off beat style and brilliant use of metaphorical imagery in his poetry and sketches is cleverly captured in Tupua’s choreography. This original artistic brilliance is now what we know as Shel We?

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