Five Phenomenal Women Take the Mic
Introducing the iconic queen of New Zealand Theatre, starring in Silo's next show: Jennifer Ward-Lealand.
We are thrilled to welcome Jennifer back after many memorable performances with Silo, including the formidable Martha in THAT FACE, pants-wearing Aunty Pie in THE BOOK OF EVERYTHING and the emotional cabaret-noir of BREL. Jennifer returns with HERE LIES LOVE, bringing to life the music of David Byrne and Fatboy Slim.
"I love Byrne’s music" says Jennifer, "I was very much a young actor in the 80s when Talking Heads was huge."
Joining Jennifer is a staggering line-up of performers: award-winning singer Ria Hall, musical theatre stalwart Colleen Davis; and Silo newcomers Villette Dasha and Sarah Nessia.
"I am really excited about getting together with this wonderful group of wāhine," she beams, "HERE LIES LOVE is a blast for the senses: it's music, design, great performers, great costumes and a perfect way to end your year."
Catch this impressive ensemble in a live cabaret music experience not to be missed.
The Milford Asset Management Season of:
HERE LIES LOVE
By David Byrne & Fatboy Slim
Performed live at Q Theatre
22 Nov - 08 Dec
The VIP LOVE POP PACKAGE
Celebrate from the best seats in the house. The VIP LOVE POP is the perfect option for your end-of-year knees up with friends and colleagues. The $299 package includes:
- table for four;
- delicious sharing platter (pictured);
- bottle of bubbles.
So gather your people, grab a glass of bubbles and prepare for a glamorous night out.
Make sure to click Best in House table and select four seats.
Looking to bring a larger group or arrange something special? Get in touch with Grace to discuss options today.
THE GUERRILLA COLLECTION
2 - 4 November
ASB Waterfront Theatre
ON THIS WEEK - Black Grace launches The Guerrilla Collection, a FREE Pacific arts festival exploring the future of Auckland in 30 years.
A 3-day festival unites Pacific artists from across multiple disciplines to create fresh, engaging and excellent Pacific art - including works from playwright Victor Rodger, theatre-maker Anapela Polataivao and poet Courtney Sina Meredith.