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The Bitches' Box - Hamilton Gardens Arts Festival

The Bitches' Box - Hamilton Gardens Arts Festival

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When:

  • Fri 14 Feb ’14, 6:30pm – 7:30pm
  • Sat 15 Feb ’14, 5:00pm – 6:00pm
  • Sat 15 Feb ’14, 9:00pm – 10:00pm
  • Sun 16 Feb ’14, 4:00pm – 5:00pm

Where:

Hamilton Gardens, Cobham Drive, SH1, Hamilton

Restrictions:

All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $35.00

On return from their packed out season at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival The Bitches’ Box brings their not-to-be-missed show to the Hamilton Gardens Arts Festival.

“The Bitches’ Box is fall-off-the-chair funny, so brilliantly written and executed that only admiration stops you snorting.” The Times, UK

Actresses Amelia Guild and Emma Newborn, throw the spotlight on our closest working mates and give voice to the inner workings of our four legged friends. They asked the questions, what would two bitches on heat talk about if they were locked in a box for 20 days.

Join bitches Twink and Red locked in a box, The Diesel dogs that ride in the truck all day long and don’t do anything, the deranged ramblings of a pig hunting mongrel and misfit house dog for this fast-paced, multi-character, side splitting comedy. The play presents a unique and hilarious take of life on the farm through the eyes of two dogs on heat, locked in a bitches’ box.

Joining the world–class act is singer/songwriter and two-time Tui Award winner Mel Parsons with a musical score with songs from the heart.

The Bitches’ Box has been in hot demand since their sold out nationwide tour in 2012. Born out of a dream and desire to provide rural audiences with a chance to experience a truly unique night out, singer songwriter Mel Parsons, and actresses Amelia Guild and Emma Newborn, toured the length and breadth of the South Island, sometimes venturing off the beaten track to transform local woolsheds into dynamic theatre. The Bitches’ Box finally comes to Hamilton. Don’t miss out.

The piece is full of the choreographed movement and quick fire line delivery that one loves to see in a double act, and the transitions between the characters are immediate and total. Robbie Nicol, 2013

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