The Menagerie Deluxe
For The Menagerie Deluxe on Saturday the 2nd of September at the Wellington Opera House. Tickets are available from Ticketek from $50-$67 plus booking fees (sorry). Doors open at 7:30pm, show starts at 8pm.
Tickets are available from Eventfinder and on the door (cash only) for $30. And the great news is that it’s $30 whichever way you pay as you don’t have to pay a booking fee when you buy online. Doors open at 7pm, show starts at 8pm, shows are on the last Saturday of each month and are at The Fringe (26 Allen Street, Wellington)
Upcoming shows are:
Saturday the 2nd of September – THE MENAGERIE DELUXE
Saturday the 30th of September 2017 – guest produced by Eli Joesph
Saturday the 28th of October 2017 – guest produced by Joel Wood
Saturday the 25th of November 2017
No show in December
Come along, it won’t be the same without you.
Get a email before each show (usually)
Drop Us a Line
Pitch us an idea, if you have a trouser-flillingly awesome act you want to perform or you have something else to say drop us a line by the emails: TheMenagerieNZ at gmail.com.
When you come to see a show
You’ll find us at The Fringe, 26 Allen St, Wellington, New Zealand 6011
It’s not all about us
There are a whole lot of other people we love and think you should check out.
The Juice Lab designed our logo and posters, give them some love on the Juice Lab Facebook Page
We love the show photos we get from Paradox Photography, Roxy at Paradox always gets amazing shots in difficult conditions and is a dream to work with.
Another amazing photographer we love is AJ Photography, an absolute winner for both event and studio photos.
What’s happening in Wellington
We love all cabaret, Wellington has another regular show: Cabaret L’amour. So if The Menagerie isn’t on, perhaps you could catch that. Cabaret L’amour is run by the phenomenal Courtney L’amour who also runs classes at Studio L’amour, a burlesque troupe Les Folies de L’amour, and regular night for new burlesque acts; Burlesque Baby.
Keep an eye out for the shenanigans of Wellington collective Vaudeville Inc. they create pop-up speakeasys and story-arc burlesque productions in strange spaces.