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Couplets for Couples

Couplets for Couples

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Museum of Wellington City & Sea,

3 Jervois Quay,

Queens Wharf.

Love is in the air at Museum of Wellington City & Sea. Celebrate Valentine’s Day with our late night exclusive event, Couplets for Couples. On Friday February 14 from 5.30-7.00pm, the Museum welcomes PlayShop Performance Company, who will dazzle and delight you with couplets improvised for you and your partner personally.

Join PlayShop at the Museum of Wellington City & Sea in a never seen or done before Valentines activity in Wellington. Throughout the night stay satisfied with strawberries, bubbly and chocolate as PlayShop woo’s you both with words of wonder. Take a romantic stroll around the Museum with that someone special, while PlayShop shower both you and your partner in the romantic language of Shakespeare. All couples receive a couplet to take home. We welcome any couples into Couplets for Couples- The only criteria is love.

To book, call 04 472 8904 or come into the Museum any day between 10am-5pm.

*payment is required with booking

$36 per couple

R18

Museum of Wellington City & Sea

Queens Wharf

Open daily 10am to 5pm

Free entry

www.museumswellington.org.nz

The Museum is managed by the Wellington Museums Trust with major funding support from Wellington City Council

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