Auckland Auckland
Friday to:
11 Feb
12 Feb


Lower Greys Avenue, Auckland City

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CONCESSION Senior Citizen, Students, Unwaged, Equity members - All with valid ID
DONATION Covid-19 has hugely affected live performance artists. If you're in a position to give a little bit more, please select this option - 80% of all ticket income goes straight into artist's pockets.
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Running Time: 60 minutes


Lower Greys Avenue, Auckland City

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After sellout shows in 2021, DIRTY PASSPORTS is back for a two nights only Pride Edition! A celebration of Aotearoa's finest BIPOC storytellers and spoken word artists, DIRTY PASSPORTS: Pride Edition features your favourite minorities behaving badly, untwisting their tongues and shattering stereotypes all for your displeasure. Curated by and featuring 2020 National Slam Champion Nathan Joe.

Vanessa Mei Crofskey (2017 Auckland Slam Champion)
Samuel Te Kani (Please, Call Me Jesus)
Shania Pablo (2021 Auckland Slam Finalist)
essa may ranapiri (ransack)
Eric Soakai (2019 National Slam Champion)
MC'd by Manu Vaea
"Dirty Passports gave the intersectional vibes I have been (and always am) craving — decolonisation, queerness, feminist agendas… I wasn’t left wanting on any fronts." - The Speakeasy
Poster art by Daniel Vernon

FYI: In case Auckland goes back up to the Red setting, only half of the seats for these performances will be on sale. Two weeks from the show opening, Basement will release the remaining seats if Auckland is at Green or Orange.


Please arrive at least 15 minutes before show start time. Latecomers admitted into the theatre at Basement's discretion – no refunds will be given.

Please note unfortunately the Basement Studio space is not wheelchair accessible.

$15 and $20 Basement Mates tickets available for this event. Find out more about Basement Mates here.