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Rants in the Dark

Wednesday 30 October to Thursday 31 October

PRICES

RESERVED SEATING
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WHEN

Wed 30 October, 20:00-21:55
Wed 30 October, 20:00-21:55

WHERE

Baycourt Addison Theatre

Rants In The Dark (Aotearoa)
Based on the book by Emily Writes.
Adapted for the stage by Mel Dodge, Lyndee-Jane Rutherford and Bevin Linkhorn.

Sponsored by HJL Law.

The hilarious unfiltered truth on parenting, courtesy of Wellington blogger Emily Writes’ best-selling book Rants in the Dark, stars Renee Lyons, Bronwyn Turei and Amelia Reid-Meredith.

Honest, authentic and laugh-out-loud funny, the play revels in the raw truth of parenthood (and grandparenthood) and its ‘mess of contradictions’. It is a biting antidote to judgmental supermarket-tutterers and plane-smirkers everywhere.

Emily’s heartfelt and hilarious writing explores her parenting experience, offering comfort and connection to other exhausted parents all over the world.

PRICES

  • General Admission Full $46.00
  • Group of 6+ $41.00pp


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