Enchanted April

New Plymouth
Wednesday to:
05 Aug
Saturday
05 Sep

Venue

29 Aubrey Street, New Plymouth

Announcement from New Plymouth Little Theatre;
We are going ahead with the show in Level 2 with appropriate restrictions in place.  We are removing the tables and placing chairs 1 metre apart.  Seating will be on a GA basis with ushers allocating seats according to social distancing requirements at the theatre, this may not correspond with the specific seats you select. We will not be serving any refreshments from the bar and tea and coffee will not be served at interval.  Please feel free to bring your own non-alcoholic refreshments if you wish. 

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$25.00

Timing

Running Time: 2 hours 15 minutes
Interval: 15 minutes

Venue

29 Aubrey Street, New Plymouth

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New Plymouth Little Theatre is pleased to present the 1920’s Romantic Comedy

Enchanted April
By Mathew Barber
Director Vivienne Baty

                                          
         A discreet advertisement in the 1920’s Times addrssed to those who appreciate ‘Wisteria and sunshine’ is the impetus for a revealing month for four unhappy and very different women. 

Beckoned to this mediaeval castle in Italy these women discover hope and love. And of course wisteria.