Whats on Now!

May 21 - 4 June 2022

Company Theatre presents God of Carnage by Yasmina Reza.  God of Carnage won the Olivier Award for Best Comedy and the Tony award for Best Play.

What happens when two sets of parents meet up to deal with the unruly behaviour of their children?  A calm and rational debate between grown-ups about the need to teach kids how to behave properly?  Or a hysterical night of name calling, tantrums and tears before bedtime?  Boys will be boys, but adults are usually worse - much worse.

Directed by Kate Birch, a black comedy where you join two couples on a rollercoaster ride to carnage.

Saturday Special: Grab your Saturday Special tickets for $20 each - available for Saturday 21st & 28th performances only!

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9 June  Matariki Glow Show

The MATARIKI GLOW SHOW is back with an all-new, giant-scale puppet show for tamariki, educators and whãnau.

The Glow Show’s magical glow-in-the-dark characters are getting ready to celebrate with you at 40 theatres around Aotearoa, alongside the first-ever nationwide Matariki holiday!

Bigger, better, bolder, with more music and more characters, this is an upbeat show that ‘edu-tains’ and engages the audience over 50 minutes with patai (Q and A) afterwards. Shorter shows of 30 minutes are designed for 0-5yo.

Adults the same price as children, service fees apply. Children under 18 months on a parent's/caregiver's lap are free of charge with a paying adult.

To book tickets  click here


9 - 11 June 'Godspell'

StageAntics is thrilled to bring this timeless tale of friendship, loyalty and love based on the Broadway musical that inspired a generation to the Rose Centre, Belmont in June.

With a focus on storytelling, fun and performance Godspell JR. tells the tale of a community coming to terms with the ways of life.  

A real family tale....

To book tickets   click here


13 - 19 June 'High School Musical Jr.'

Glass Ceiling Arts Collective brings Disney's smash hit High School Musical Jr. to life at The Rose Centre Theatre!

Glass Ceiling Arts Collective is Auckland’s premiere accessible youth musical theatre company, offering classes to disabled rangatahi alongside their non-disabled siblings and friends. In 2021, we charmed audiences with a stunning production of Disney's Shrek the Musical Jr. at The Rose Centre in Belmont and, in May 2022, our Rodney group are set to present Disney’s Beauty and the Beast Jr. in Warkworth.

Join us at East High, in The Rose Centre, from 17th-20th June 2022.

Tickets available soon


21 June Jenn Shelton's Singers Concert

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

jenn.shelton@gmail.com

Jenn is an experienced and professional vocalist who also teaches singing.
She writes, creates and produces her own original music and headlines an original Jazz/Funk band. She has a vast performance history and has sung numerous times throughout New Zealand and recently in Los Angeles. In recent years Jenn won ‘New Zealands Best Female Vocal’ in a nationally televised competition for singers.


June 22 - 23 Promise and Promiscuity - a new musical by Jane Austen and Penny Ashton

“Multi-talented Penny Ashton has audience laughing in Austen-packed show”   stuff.co.nz Dominion Post 2020

Flushed by nearly a decade of success, from Edinburgh to Edmonton to Adelaide, comes Miss Ashton’s collaboration with Jane Austen (deceased). Join Elspeth as she battles literary snobbery, cousin Horatio’s digestions and her mother’s nerves, armed only with a blushing countenance, excellent ukulele skills and being quite bright, you know… for a girl.

In this hilarious, one-(freakishly talented)-woman show, Penny tackles all of Austen’s characters with song, dance and appalling cross-stitching.

Winner Best Theatre Adelaide Fringe
Best Solo Show Victoria BC Fringe
Best Performance in a Comedy Auckland Fringe. 
Pride and Prejudice gone wild in the best way’ ★★★★★ — Rip It Up, Adelaide

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Sunday 26 June Matariki Family Fun Day, Workshops, Wellness and Hakari Feast.

Come and join in the fun at The Rose Centre with lots of FREE WORKSHOPS FOR ALL THE FAMILY.   

$6 for Hakari Feast 

Timetable

Yoga with Purnima
Yoga with Julie
Reflexology with Charlotte
Acting with Geoff Allen - Mind Body and Soul
Rubbings with Sculptor Natanahira
Harp - Celtic to Waiata - with Robyn
Rongoā Māori with Terehia
Pipes and Carving demonstration with Sculptor Ngahiwi
Te Reo with Mark Rainey
Drumming workshop with Chewy
Hakari Feast
Drumming and Light Show, Karakia

To reserve a place in these exciting workshops and to join the Hakari Feast call 09 445 9900 or email bookings@rosecentre.co.nz