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Mr Red Light

Tuesday 29 October

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WHEN

Tue 29 October, 19:00

WHERE

Baycourt Addison Theatre

Mr Red Light (Aotearoa)
Presented by Nightsong in partnership with Tour-Makers
Written by Carl Bland

Mr Red Light is a man who attracts bad luck. So naturally, when he tries to rob a bank he fails miserably – and ends up in a pie shop dealing with three very unco-operative hostages and the world’s worst police negotiator.

As time ticks by, Mr Red Light and his captives play a game of getting to know you. With nowhere to run and nothing to lose, they form an unlikely bond. And mysteriously, Mr Red Light seems to know more about his hostages’ lives than is possible.

Wild slapstick, the meaning of life, falling in love – suddenly the pie shop is a place where anything can happen.

Contains coarse language, scenes with a gun and gun fire.
Late comers admitted at an appropriate break.

Supported by Creative New Zealand.

EARLYBIRD PRICES - ENDS SEPTEMBER 13

  • Earlybird General Admission $41.00
  • Earlybird Student $15.00

PRICES

  • General Admission Full $46.00
  • Student $20.00
  • Group of 6+ $41.00pp
  • Student Group of 6+ $15.00


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