The Goblin Market

Wednesday to:
27 Mar
30 Mar

Venue Location

12 Cambridge Terrace, Wellington

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SENIOR 65+ with Gold or Kiwi Access cards
STUDENT Student ID Required
CHILD 12 years & under
FAMILY 2 Adults & 2 Children


Running Time: 85 minutes

Venue Location

12 Cambridge Terrace, Wellington

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Eat fruit. Love lust.

After receiving critical acclaim in Canada, The Dust Palace is delighted to mount a tour of The Goblin Market in Aotearoa! 

Spring-boarding from Christina Rossetti’s iconic poem ‘Goblin Market’, the show is a contemporary circus retelling following two sisters, their temptation, sacrifice and eventual salvation. 

Delicious circus is precariously balanced with gritty performances and candid storytelling.

“Breathtakingly beautiful. Heart-stoppingly romantic. Stirringly erotic” — Jo Ledingham, Vancouver

“Altogether breathtaking…You'll get a buzz no question” — Baird Blackstone, Broken Leg Reviews, Vancouver 

“It was so hot I felt like shouting out my phone number”— Colin Thomas, Vancouver

“… the most remarkable production I have seen in the last decade. Thrilling, moving, inspiring, mesmerizing (and sometimes even humourous) – it reminded me of why I work in the performing arts in the first place” — Howard Mendelsohn, Centaur Theatre Company, Montreal

“…A full house, standing ovation and the most common word on everyone’s lips: Spectacular!” — Janet Whittington, Theatreview Nelson Festival