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A Titanic Opening For Q On September 7


SmackBang Theatre Company presents RAISING THE TITANICS Written by Albert Belz. Directed by Raymond Hawthorne

A Titanic Opening For Q On September 7


After the success of the 2010 season (earning “Best New Play” in the NZ Listener awards), SmackBang Theatre Company have been on the road with Raising the Titanic’s, now they are heading home to open the brand new main stage (Rangatira) at Q.

The opening date for Raising the Titanics has moved to September 7, this is to unify their opening night with Venus Is, which is the show that opens the second theatre space (Loft) at Q. Raising the Titanics and Venus Is will now officially tread the 2 new stages for the first time together, and the Q doors will be swung open to the public!

New dates below:

Wednesday 7th September 8pm - Opening Night Thursday 8th September 8pm Friday 9th September 8pm Saturday 10th September 8pm Sunday 11th September 4pm Tuesday 13th September 8pm Wednesday 14th September 8pm Thursday 15th September 8pm Friday 16th September 8pm Saturday 17th September 8pm

Q, 305 Queen Street
Tickets: Book at Q
www.qtheatre.co.nz <http://www.qtheatre.co.nz>


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