A Verbatim Theatre Documentary Experience

Squeaky Wheel

Saturday to:
27 Feb
Saturday
17 Apr

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Postponed ticket holders will be contacted by the Verbatim Theatre team directly and invited to attend new date.
 

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Prices

Registration:

Kia ora.Thank you for coming along to our show! When registering to attend, please select a ticket that best suits you.
BYO WHEELS / ELECTRIC WHEELCHAIR
$0.00
BYO WHEELS / MANUAL WHEELCHAIR
$0.00
BYO WALKING FRAME AND SEAT REQUIRED
$0.00
BYO CANES AND SEAT REQUIRED
$0.00
SEAT REQUIRED AND AN USHER'S ARM
$0.00
SEAT REQUIRED
$0.00

Timing

Running Time: 45 minutes

Payment Options

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

Delivery Options

Registration Only*
free
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"Squeaky Wheel" is an exciting verbatim theatre showcase sharing narratives and experiences of those living with cerebral palsy. 

Tackling head on questions around how people advocate to change their communities "Squeaky Wheel" delves into inclusion in our world and on the stage. We've heard the wheel that squeaks the loudest gets the grease, but who is making noise and what for? 

This work is a collaborative and developmental theatre show we are excited to introduce at the 2021 Auckland Fringe Festival and with support from the Cerebral Palsy Society. 

"Squeaky Wheel" is to be presented across two venues in Auckland, including the CP Society office, to provide accessibility for ticket holders. Tickets are by KOHA to remove barriers for attendance.


Please arrive 15 minutes before show start time. Contact the "Squeaky Wheel" Event FB page if you require additional support or accessible parking.  

MARCH 5th Event is at Auckland Old Folks Association, 1010/8 Gundry Street, Newton.

FEBRUARY 27th event is at Cerebral Palsy Society, 8 Railway Street, Newmarket.