Past Shows

Two Tour

Central Otago 2020

13-14 November (Arrowtown Community Centre)

15 November (Roxburgh Grand Tavern)

19 November (Bannockburn Hall)

20 November (The Stadium, Alexandra)

22 November (The Rydges, Queenstown)

27 November (Glenorchy Camp)

28 November (Victoria Arms, Cromwell)

29 November (Wanaka Centre)

Dunedin Fringe 2021

22-24 March (The New Athenaeum Theatre, Dunedin)

28 March (Mayfair Theatre, Dunedin)

Nominated for Most Outstanding Performers

@ Dunedin Fringe 2021

One night, One pub, TWO actors, 14 characters, 8 Towns.

Set in a local pub, Jim Cartwright’s timeless comedy TWO features a landlord, landlady, and their colourful regulars - with all 14 characters played by actor couple Blaise and Sarah Barham. Each character has a story to tell, sometimes humorous, sometimes poignant, but always human.

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Re(new)al - The New Real (2020)

Queenstown Events Centre:

October 9, 7:30-9:30pm 

October 10, 4-6pm 

Lake Wanaka Centre:

October 16, 7:30-9:30pm

October 17, 4-6pm 

Re(new)al is a Verbatim play formed from interviews carried out this September with members of the local community about how Covid has changed their lives and how they've coped. It poses the question of what is the 'New Real?'

It is an original theatre piece created by Blaise Barham & Emma Deakin and includes actors Nathan Cook, Zelia Horrell, and Shannon Pennefather.

Dear Lupin Tour

1 November - Gin & Raspberry, Wanaka
23 November - Arrowtown Community Hall
27 November - Glenorchy Camp
29 November - The Sherwood, Queenstown
4 December - Earnscleugh Hall, Alexandra
7 December - Bannockburn Hall, Cromwell

Dear Lupin is best-selling author Michael Simkins' stage adaption of the hilarious letters of Dunkirk veteran and BBC2 racing reporter Roger Mortimer to his son Charlie. The original Dear Lupin book became a best-seller and won the Sunday Times Humour Book of the Year in 2013.
Production company Sahara Breeze is touring the New Zealand premiere of the play to six intimate venues around Central Otago in November and December. The play has nostalgia, wit, pathos, and genuine laugh-out-loud moments.

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