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's next play will be The Pink Hammer by NZ playwright Michele Amas.
On stage 4-15 June 1019
Four women, looking for skills and empowerment, enrol in a women-only wood working class, with a female tutor, Maggie. On the first night, they arrive to find that Maggie has done a bunk and the tutor is now a reluctant and grumpy Woody. Wood chips fly!