Titirangi Theatre


Titirangi Theatre - Basement Level, Lopdell House 

First formed in 1935, Titirangi Theatre has long played an integral role in the life of Titirangi village.

The theatre takes great pride in maintaining the consistently high standard of its productions, offering a program that caters for all tastes, from Shakespeare to contemporary and locally written plays.

Due to the intimate size of the theatre, sell-out performances are not uncommon, so early bookings are advised!


Titirangi Theatre - The Plague


Our next production will be The Farm

By New Zealand playwright David Geary, directed by Kerynn Walsh
Season runs 8-19 June

A hilarious story of a farmer and his wife about to lose the family farm, and probably their marriage, until a couple of lycra-clad Russian cycling tourists collide with a run-away steer and find themselves having an unscheduled Kiwi “farm-stay”.

Our last production was The Plague

16 - 27 March 2021
Adapted for the stage by Neil Bartlett, directed by Lilicherie McGregor.

This play is an adaptation of Albert Camus’ story about living through a time of crisis and fighting back against despair, feelings we can all relate to after 2020. The characters navigate a world of growing confusion and high stakes with Bartlett exploring human nature and the diversity of reactions to the unfolding crisis. The Guardian UK describes this play as "ingenious". The Plague will be a night of humour, compassion, wonder and hope.