If you're looking to expand your theatrical palette over March and April then there's no better place to venture out to than the Basement Theatre who have a great line-up of quirky and original content hitting the heart of the city over this period. Check out our top picks on what to see this season below and make sure you head along and check them out. 

Between the Dog and the Wolf
Tuesday 14 - Sunday 18 March 

This free multi-sensory experience examines the world and how we perceive it as in a very original setting which unfolds as dusk settles over two young adults who have been shut up in a room of a summer house

A Figure Exhales
Tuesday 21 - Saturday 25 March 

Catch multiple-award winning dancer and choreographer Zahra Killeen-Chance new dance performance which examines the visibility of the breathing body in action in a new work that also features a sound scape from Wellington based artist Emi Pogoni. 

Tassel Me 
Tuesday 11 - Saturday 15 April 

Best of Fringe 2015 winners Shani Dickens and Jessie McCall are bringing their dance theatre romp that uses dance to interpret why we cling to those special moments in our life. 

Olive Copperbottom
Tuesday 18 - Saturday 22 April

Penny Ashton returns to the Basement Theatre with her one-woman musical journey that subverts and reinvents everything you love about Charles Dickens and the Victorian era in this hilarious new show. 

James Acaster: Recognise, Represent and Reset 
Tuesday 18 - Sunday 23 April 

New Zealand International Comedy Festival legend James Acaster returns for a very special trilogy of his award winning comedy shows in a special presentation of nine unique and completely one-off performances. 

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Last updated: 21 August 2020