*** As Auckland is now at Covid-19 Alert Level 3, sadly we again have to delay the season of Peninsula until we know it's safe to bring it back to the Rose Centre. We're very sorry to have to take this unforeseen step.
If you've already booked tickets, iTicket will contact you to offer either a transfer to new season dates once they're finalised, or a refund: You can contact them on 0508 484 253.
We very much plan to reschedule this wonderful play, so please watch out for its new dates.
Please stay safe and stay in your bubbles. ***
10 year old Michael Hope lives on a volcano - but while geological rumblings stay deep underground, unrest in the adult world threatens to erupt into his life, changing everything.
Set on the South Island's Banks Peninsula in the 1960s, 'Peninsula' is a warmly nostalgic, bittersweet coming of age tale. When the play premiered at the Christchurch Arts Festival in 2005, The Press reviewer Alan Scott rated it highly, as follows -
"It is a play of impressive and unusual quality, a New Zealand play, set on our own doorstep, which evokes a Banks Peninsula childhood of 40 years ago.
However, like all good theatre, it transcends its specific time and location to give us an insight into the universal human heart.
I cannot think of a New Zealand production that drives more deeply into the memories of the audience."
By Gary Henderson, directed by Kristof Haines.
Each of the following actors plays an older and younger character:
Jono Capel-Baker, Ross Anderson, Rebekah Talsma, Sofie Gabriel, and Duncan Preston.
Presented by arrangement with Playmarket.