[Theatre ephemera and programmes for music-hall, comedy and variety productions in New Zealand, in 1986-1989]

1986 - 1989



John Crick in "John the Swag", "The huia may live", "John the Swag's living museum", "Swagger John's birthday show" and "Earth and song" (shows designed for kindergarten through to adult audiences). [1986]. Programme

New Zealand International Festival of the Arts presents Awaji Puppet Theatre. Concert Chamber [Wellington], 17-22 March 1986. Programme (2 copies)

VUW Drama Club [and] VUW Music Society present "What's entertainment? a theatrical extravaganza". Victoria University Memorial Theatre, 23-26 July [1986]. Flyer only


London's Trestle Theatre Company in "A slight hitch". Aotea Centre Auckland, early 1988. Pamphlet

Variety concert in aid of a home for Mary Potter Hospice, organised by the Mary Potter Hospice Fundraising Committee. Memorial Theatre Wellington, 5, 6 and 8 October 1988. Flyer only

Waimate Regent Theatre Trust presents 1988 variety concert, featuring Jan Harrington from Wellington and the Pachamamas from Christchurch. Compere Alec Barltropl (With Aoraki Seven Band, Waimate Rural Youth, The Harmony Singers, Waimate Combined Pipe and Silver Bands, Waimate Operatic Society). 26 March [1988]. Programme


"Caught by the Short & Girlies" national tour. A very original late night cabaret directed by Glenn McKenzie. The "not free, not Kiri" tour Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch, Dunedin, [October 1989?]. Programme

The Show 1989. Produced and directed by Roy Amor; musical directors Kevin Daly and Graham Kelly [Music hall programme for Parliamentary staff]

Quantity: 1 folder(s).

Physical Description: Programme and flyers, sizes varying up to 288 x 157 mm.

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