By Spike Milligan
Adapted for the stage by Tim Bray
Created for Ages 5 - 10
Show Run Time: Approx. 60 minutes, no interval
A kiwi favourite, oozing with comedy.
Children worldwide have grown up with the story of Tim and Rose’s madcap adventure through the great black forest and into Badjelly’s castle, and this July children of Auckland can experience the electric, cult classic stage show 'Badjelly The Witch' live! From the loony world of Spike Milligan's original tale, Tim Bray, QSM has created a Monty Pythonesque comedy that sets off in search of a beloved lost cow. A quest full of twists and turns, with memorable characters and sausage turning spells. This bustling stage show will delight children and parents alike in a one-hour stage extravaganza.
“It’s a rollicking ride … delivers plenty of laughs for all ages.
“Mixing a 70s style with a dash of Monty Python, the creatives have clearly had plenty of fun in creating this larger-than-life version of Badjelly The Witch” – Dione Joseph, Theatreview
See our website for accessible performances resources, discounted access tickets for disabled patrons, and show details: timbray.org.nz
Sat 2 July 5:00pm (Gala)
Thursday 7 July 10:30am and 1:00pm, + Deaf Touch Tour 9:30am and 12:00pm
Sat 23 July 10:30am
Tues 5 July 1:00pm + Touch Tour 12:00pm
Sat 23 July 1:00pm + Touch Tour 12 noon
Mon 18 July 10:30am
Costume Parade: Dress up in character! We love to see imaginations running wild and encourage our young audience to dress up as their favourite Badjelly characters. We will show off the costumes onstage with a parade at the start of the performance (Note: School holiday shows and Saturday shows only).
When you make your booking you may like to donate to Gift a Seat™. Gift a Seat™ allows Tim Bray Theatre Company to offer free seats to a child from a low decile school, Ko Taku Reo Deaf Education, BLENNZ (Blind and Low Vision Education Network of NZ) or Make-A-Wish (NZ).
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Auckland’s leading theatre for children.
Awarded the Arts Access Creative New Zealand Arts For All Award 2020.