Te Auaha is excited to be hosting seven shows as part of the NZ Fringe Festival 2018! Join us for a show, it’s a great opportunity to check out our new facilities.
Te Auaha is home to multiple fabulous venues – two theatres, dance studios, a gallery, a bar, a café, sound studios and more. The diverse venues at Te Auaha welcome an equally diverse range of multi-disciplinary activity to create a vibrant creative hub. We are looking forward to opening our doors and bringing our venues alive with the beautiful chaos of the NZ Fringe Festival.
Feel the vibes and aroha of Jacob Dombroski, aka Big J. Jacob uses vulnerability as a strength holding us in the palm of his hand as he uses puppetry, dance, music and storytelling, to take us on a journey of bravery, whanau and smashing perceptions.
20-time award winning physical theatre company, A Little Bit Off is making their New Zealand debut with Beau & Aero - an acrobatic, slapstick comedy, featuring two incompetent aviators on their quest for flight.
Originally from Darwin Australia, Amelia now lives and loves in the land of bone structure, broad shoulders and smouldering eye contact; Berlin. Performing in very poor German and excellent English, touring the expansive girth of Europe, UK and Australia finding and funding perverted love, true crime and culinary frights, Amelia is an unstoppable adventurer.
Snapchat that. Instagram this. Post on Facebook. Like my Tweet. Save my story. Live my memories. Steal my mind. Keep my friends. Online is real, and Real is pretend.
The Composer is a circus show set inside the brilliant mind of Franz Cordery as he struggles to put together his composition. It shows the insanity of creation. As a contemporary circus show, The Composer uses dance, improvisation, live music and an overhead projector as well as circus aerials, hand balance, contortion, partner acrobatics and contact juggling. Three performers demonstrate high level skills while telling a story of struggle and accomplishment.
Toi Pōneke presents: Dance Residency features up-and-coming artists in a development season of their new work. After the success of the 2017 residency, Toi Pōneke is proud to offer two dance practitioners a chance to take bold risks and test something fresh in Wellington's hottest stomping ground: NZ Fringe.
Follow international Spanish Flamenco dancer Isabel Rivera and her troupe as they weave song, rhythm and guitar into a powerful performance of this highly complex art.