Music, murder and your last chance to catch Agatha Christie

Shoreside Theatre’s almost-sold-out season of The Hollow closes on Saturday night.

At time of writing there were only 50 seats left across the last three performances.  Luckily most of those are for the matinee at 2:00 pm on Saturday when there will be a free post-show Q&A with Carol Dumbleton, the show’s director.  Agatha Christie was a regular visitor to Carol’s parent’s guest house in Devon so she’s sure to have some interesting stories to share.

If you aren’t coming to the show first, the Q&A will start around 4:45 pm and is open to all.

The popular North Shore Concert Band are in the house on Sunday with their annual PumpHouse Concert – this time its Hollywood vs Broadway with music from An American in Paris, The Sound of Music, Chess, James Bond and more.

Their concerts usually sell out, but we’ve still got a few tickets left if you haven’t got yours yet.

From Wednesday night, Rangitoto College senior drama students tackle one of Shakespeare’s bloodiest plays – Titus Andronicus.  There are only three performances, so don’t miss out on the chance to see this rarely-performed play on the PumpHouse stage.

Behind the scenes we’ve taken delivery of 50 padded chairs and given them a professional clean and polish – these will provide much needed comfort in the in the Coal Bunker Studio, just in time for The Dumb Waiter in September.

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