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SHORTLAND STREET - THE MUSICAL

23 Mar 2019 - 24 March

Unfortunately, the 2019 New Zealand tour of Shortland Street - The Musical has been cancelled.

The tour production company, which is headed up by the show’s director Simon Bennett and writer Guy Langford, has made this difficult decision after considering insufficient advanced sales and the subsequent viability of a planned seven-stop NZ tour.

“We don’t take this decision lightly - our recent world premiere season garnered superb reviews and an immensely positive response from audiences - but it is the nature of our industry that we rely on sales to survive.

“We sincerely thank everyone who purchased tickets to the show. We are immensely sorry we can’t bring our show to your local theatre, but hope we will be able to sometime in the future,” Bennett and Langford said.

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Kia ora Shortland Street!

Playboy Doctor Chris Warner has his feathers ruffled when humanitarian Doctor Hone Ropata arrives in Ferndale; a town where love never lasts, statistically unlikely events happen on a regular basis, and every Christmas someone dies. It’s hate at first sight, but together they must save the All Blacks, defend a murder charge, and rescue the clinic from Chris’ evil father.

But things get messy when Marj has a stroke, Rachel is struck by lightning, and Lionel gets hit by a truck…

Set in 1992, Shortland Street - The Musical features iconic characters and stories from the classic era of New Zealand’s favourite TV show. With songs including ‘Stuck In A Love Triangle’, ‘Cliffhanger’ & ‘Not In Guatemala Now’, Shortland Street - The Musical is a warm-hearted musical comedy the whole family can enjoy.

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Suitable for families, although contains some adult themes.

Premium Adult $110.00
A Reserve Adult $96.00
B Reserve Adult $86.00
C Reserve Adult $70.00

Groups of 6+ (A Res) $86.00
Concessions (A Res matinee only) $86.00
Service fees apply

 

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When

Saturday 23 March, 2pm & 7.30pm
Sunday 24 March, 7.30pm