I’m a huge fan of mixed media and was intrigued to see how this adaptation of Peter and the Wolf would work using puppets, a live orchestra and a live feed on a cinema screen. The production was originally created in 1936 to
Shane Bosher’s take on Tennessee Williams’ classic A Street Car Named Desire is an emotionally exhausting production (to say the least) that presents confronting and raw performances on a stage colliding with the bubbling
Silo Theatre’s Artistic Director Sophie Roberts announces a boisterous and expansive programme of work to mark the company’s milestone 20th anniversary year. 2017 is a celebration of the breadth of the Silo story – past,
This is MEDEA, but not as we know it. Onstage, a typical kid’s bedroom. Two brothers play, bicker and wonder under the watchful gaze of goldfish Cornelius, Hector the teddy bear and a carpet of stars on their bedroom ceiling.
And we’re live! The gloriously camp kitsch kitchen high jinks of Hudson & Halls Live is the latest from Silo Theatre and they’ve definitely cooked this one to perfection. We’re at the Herald Theatre to attend a
Stunning, magical, hilarious and deeply moving, The Book of Everything is a beautiful stage play, from Silo Theatre for Auckland Arts Festival, about a family living in post war Amsterdam in the early 1950’s. Adapted from the
Have you ever felt that walking into the theatre and leaving the bar behind felt a little unfair? Then I highly recommend you head along to Silo Theatre’s current offering, The Blind Date Project. Not only is the play set in a
Belleville from Silo Theatre opened last night to a captivated enthralled audience. Amy Herzog’s play is a personal and intrusive look at a relationship in decay. It’s a white knuckle ride of theatre with tension
Thomas Sainsbury’s Sunday Roast is a black comedy that puts a gruesomely absurd twist on the traditional kiwi end-of-week feast. Sunday Roast is delivered by two of Silo Theatre’s finest actors, Toni Potter and Adam Gardiner.
The now much talked about Silo Theatre production of Angels in America has now opened Part two: Perestroika; including the first marathons of the full seven hours of Tony Kushner’s play at Q Theatre. Having got to know