* Auckland Fringe Festival *
This show is part of the Auckland Fringe Festival
19 February - 03 March 2019
A new hour of story-telling from one of the most exciting emerging writers and comedians in the country Uther Dean (Everything is Surrounded by Water, My Fat/Sad, Me and My Sister Tell Each Other Everything, Tiny Deaths).
Poetry and post-modernism, verse and the universe, syllables and the slow decay of nature.
Uther Dean Reads 300 Haiku is a tour-de-force of emotion, narrative and, most importantly, haiku.
Can we ever make art that reflects what it's really like to be a person? Can the pain of creation ever justify the joy of presentation? Can Uther be trusted to count 5,100 syllables correctly?
"A great companion for the young and worried" - NZ Herald
"Comic genius" - Theatreview
"Dean’s wit is incredible" - Wellingtonista
"A master class in story-telling" - Manawatu Standard
WINNER: Best Solo - NZ Fringe 2014.
WINNER: Best Theatre - Dunedin Fringe 2013
Photo by Liesha Ward Knox.
Tickets to this show will sell out fast. Grab your tickets now as there are only a limited number available.
Groups of 20+ please contact 0800 BUY TIX (0800 289 849) or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
This venue is upstairs and is not wheelchair accessible.
The Classic bar & box office are open from 6pm.
For all shows we recommend arriving 15 mins before the show starts.
All seating is allocated by the Duty Manager on the night based on first in, first to the front.
Bookings under the same name will be seated together.
Seating is in rows of 4-8 seats. Some small drinks tables.
Latecomers are not guaranteed entry.
Anyone looking under 25 will be asked for ID in the form of: NZ Driver's License, Passport or HANZ 18+
Entry will not be granted to unaccompanied minors, those without ID or intoxicated persons.