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Past Productions - 2018's shows

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by Robin Hawdon; directed by Bob Lack

Mairangi Players' first production for 2018 will be Perfect Wedding, a fast moving multi-layered comedy.

A bridegroom wakes on his wedding morning in his own bridal suite (where, of course, he should not be), with his bride-to-be about to arrive any moment. He finds a strange woman naked in bed beside him. An extremely attractive woman who, in the depths of his post stag-night hangover, he can't remember even having been introduced to. During the ensuing panic to get the stranger dressed and out of the way, the bride arrives, the stranger is trapped in the bathroom, and the best man pretends the stranger is his girl friend, which means that his real girl friend has to be kept ignorant of the fact. Then the bride's parents arrive ... and amidst all the chaos there is a touching love story.

Some adult content. Parental discretion advised.

SEASON: 16th - 24th March; at 8pm except 2pm Matinee on Sunday 18th (no shows Monday/Tuesday)

TICKETS: $25 / $20 concession; Earlybird $15 until 28 Feb via Eventfinda -
Additional fees may apply

Peter Pan

by J M Barrie; directed by Ross Anderson

J M Barrie's classic play will be familiar to everyone and has something for both young and old. Peter Pan, the boy who never grew up, takes Wendy, John and Michael to Neverland where they have wonderful adventures, meet the fairy Tinkerbell, the Lost Boys - and the Pirates, led by the nefarious Captain Hook.

When Wendy and the boys are kidnapped by Hook and his gang, will Peter be able to rescue them before they're forced to walk the plank? Join us to find out!

Season: Fri 6th – Sat 14th July
at 7pm Weds to Sat; 2pm Sunday matinee on the 8th; no show Mon – Tues
Tickets from Eventfinda: booking fees may apply.
  • $15 Full Adult price
  • $10 Concession (seniors and students - I.D. required)
  • $10 Concession (members, groups of 10+)
  • $8 Member special on Opening Gala Night


    written and directed by MJ Milburn

    The stories of eleven women in wartime New Zealand managing life without the able-bodied young men of their community. Struggling with questions of loyalty, independence and desire, these characters reflect the tensions present within both a nation at war and a society moving towards greater equality.

    SEASON: The show runs from Friday 28 Sept to Saturday 6 Oct at 8pm except 2pm Matinee on Sun 30 Sept; no show Monday or Tuesday.

    TICKETS: Book via Eventfinda - Tickets are $25 adult / $20 concession, with $15 Earlybird tickets before 14 Sept. Concession means Student / Unwaged / Super Gold Card / Child. Groups 10+ booking concessions are also available - contact us at the email below.