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This is an unprecedented time for
Aotearoa’s arts community.

 

As Auckland’s leading theatre for children, we’re asking for your help as a registered charitable trust, so we can support our people and continue to play our part in the vibrant fabric of Auckland cultural life.

We’ve had to cancel performances and Youth Theatre activities at the time of year when we’d usually be at our busiest. With 50% of our revenue coming directly from ticket sales, the loss of this vital ticket income is a major financial challenge.

That’s why, more than ever, we need your help. Without performances and Youth Theatre enrolments, we’re even more reliant on your generosity. Your continued loyalty will help us navigate this uncertain time.

All contributions of $5 or more are tax deductible.

To request a call-back or for Electronic Fund Transfer details please contact Gail Rotherham
on 027 410 8308 or gail@timbray.org.nz

Thank you for your support.

MAKE A DONATION

This is an unprecedented time for Aotearoa’s arts community.

As Auckland’s leading theatre for children, we’re asking for your help as a registered charitable trust, so we can support our people and continue to play our part in the vibrant fabric of Auckland cultural life.

We’ve had to cancel performances and Youth Theatre activities at the time of year when we’d usually be at our busiest. With 50% of our revenue coming directly from ticket sales, the loss of this vital ticket income is a major financial challenge.

That’s why, more than ever, we need your help. Without performances and Youth Theatre enrolments, we’re even more reliant on your generosity. Your continued loyalty will help us navigate this uncertain time.

All contributions of $5 or more are tax deductible.

To request a call-back or for Electronic Fund Transfer details please contact Gail Rotherham on 027 410 8308 or gail@timbray.org.nz

Thank you for your support.

Due to the current Covid-19 crisis our programmes are cancelled until further notice, but email and phone calls are still operational.

Upcoming Shows

Greedy Cat

“Greedy Cat sat by the big fridge door. Meow! Meow! Meow! He wanted more.” New Zealand’s most famous cat appears live on stage in a delightful, funny and furry show. Based on many of Joy Cowley’s much-loved early reader books.

The Magic Faraway Tree

Enid Blyton’s favourite and much-loved stories come to life on stage. When Jo, Fanny and Bessie move to the country they’re amazed to find an enormous tree with many strange lands inhabited by magical characters such as Dame Washalot, Saucepan Man and Moon-face. Pulling from the various books in THE FARAWAY TREE series, you and your children will love this magical show.

The Twits

The delicious creation of Roald Dahl. Mr and Mrs Twit love playing tricks on each other. But then Mr Twit turns his attentions to creating the World’s First Upside-Down Monkey Circus. This mad-cap show encourages the audience to help play their part in freeing Muggle-Wump, the monkey.

The Santa Claus Show ’20

Kelly and Alana are best friends and decide to write to Santa Claus. But Kelly sends the longest list of things that a child wants for Christmas that Santa has ever seen. Santa flies Kelly to the North Pole so she can learn for herself the true meaning of Christmas.

Due to the current Covid-19 crisis our programmes are cancelled until further notice, but email and phone calls are still operational.

Upcoming Shows

Greedy Cat

“Greedy Cat sat by the big fridge door. Meow! Meow! Meow! He wanted more.” New Zealand’s most famous cat appears live on stage in a delightful, funny and furry show. Based on many of Joy Cowley’s much-loved early reader books.

The Magic Faraway Tree

Enid Blyton’s favourite and much-loved stories come to life on stage. When Jo, Fanny and Bessie move to the country they’re amazed to find an enormous tree with many strange lands inhabited by magical characters such as Dame Washalot, Saucepan Man and Moon-face. Pulling from the various books in THE FARAWAY TREE series, you and your children will love this magical show.

The Twits

The delicious creation of Roald Dahl. Mr and Mrs Twit love playing tricks on each other. But then Mr Twit turns his attentions to creating the World’s First Upside-Down Monkey Circus. This mad-cap show encourages the audience to help play their part in freeing Muggle-Wump, the monkey.

The Santa Claus Show ’20

Kelly and Alana are best friends and decide to write to Santa Claus. But Kelly sends the longest list of things that a child wants for Christmas that Santa has ever seen. Santa flies Kelly to the North Pole so she can learn for herself the true meaning of Christmas.

Call the production office, Youth Theatre enquiries

Call the production office, Youth Theatre enquiries

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