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Pleasuredome the Musical's Debut Season Extended

Pleasuredome the Musical's Debut Season Extended
to Christmas

Audiences have spoken and thanks to their overwhelming demand and support a further and final extension of the stellar season of Pleasuredome the Musical has been granted with the show now running up until December 23rd 2017.

Due to leasing agreements in the existing site, this date CANNOT be extended further and audiences are encouraged to book quickly as these new dates WILL sell out.

In addition to the five extra weeks, Pleasuredome The Musical will now run two shows on Friday and Saturday nights. An earlier performance at 7pm will take place before a special late-night show at 10pm with the venue licensed with live music and DJ’s on the street till 2am. Christmas Party bookings are also now also on sale with special group prices and bespoke packages available.

The show has also seen a development reboot with fresh cast members and new musical numbers. The 1984 New York streetscape will also see a full Christmas makeover with the venue turning into a magical New York winter wonderland. Additional themed nights are also set to be announced in the coming weeks.

We are bringing Aucklanders the romance of Xmas in New York. No one does it better. We’re transforming the PLEASUREDOME street into a winter wonderland. It’s going to be a Holly jolly, and very funky Xmas. And you’re all invited! Lucy Lawless

Pleasuredome The Musical runs in a purpose built entertainment space in West Auckland and stars an A-list cast, including Lucy Lawless (Xena, Chicago), Moses McKay (Sole Mio), Ashleigh Taylor (Wicked) and Vince Harder (The Lion King), plus 20 of New Zealand’s best dancers and drag queens. The show is produced by Rob Tapert and Charlie McDermott and directed by Micheal Hurst. Performances run Tuesday – Sunday and tickets for all dates are on sale now from Ticketek.


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