Lights hang from the roof in messed bundles. A crescent moon, made from gnarly looking metal, droops in between. Q Theatre’s looking a bit different tonight; it’s the opening of Silo Theatre’s Mr. Burns, A post-electric
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.