Faith Healer by Brian Friel

Auckland Auckland
Tuesday to:
06 Apr
Saturday
24 Apr

Venue

78 Pitt St, Auckland CBD

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Prices

STANDARD:

ADULT
$35.00
SENIOR 65+ with Gold Card
$30.00
CONCESSION Equity/Student with ID
$25.00

Timing

Running Time: 2 hours 15 minutes
Interval: 15 minutes

Venue

78 Pitt St, Auckland CBD

Discounts

Group 5+

Get a group of 5 or more Adults together in one booking to one show and pay only $30 each!

Payment Options

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

Delivery Options

eTicket
free
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‘It’s just a con, isn’t it? Just an illusion, isn’t it?

Brian Friel’s masterful Faith Healer has the addictive pull of a detective yarn, in which the clues do and do not add up. 

Three vivid characters tell of loss, love and struggle as they travel the tiny villages of Scotland and Wales where Frank Hardy, Faith Healer, ‘for one night only’, may or may not perform miracles.

The trio’s slippery accounts however, do not tally. Only some details hold firm: place names, a couple of events – and the act of questioning. 

Are the characters misremembering or deliberately misleading? Who and what should we believe? Or can we believe - or believe in?

In the last few years Friel’s 1979 haunting masterpiece has seen numerous revivals receive scintillating reviews.

London - ‘enthralling’, ‘the stuff of miracles’ The Guardian
New York - ‘mesmerising revival’ ‘a major work of art’ New York Times

With the fabulous cast of Joseph Rye, David Aston and Michelle Blundell, directed by Paul Gittins, Plumb Theatre brings you this rare chance to see why Friel’s Faith Healer has carved out its place in theatre’s Hall of Fame.