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Auckland Pride: Oldest Friend 2020-02-17 19:30:00 2020-02-17 21:00:00 Pacific/Auckland The PumpHouse Theatre, 2A Manurere Ave, Takapuna, Auckland Auckland Pride: Oldest Friend: Mon 17 Feb 2020 19:30 PM, Cost: Adult $24 Concession $19 Bookings: Buy tickets for PumpHouse Theatre Booking fees may apply, https://ourauckland.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/articles/events/2020/02/auckland-pride-oldest-friend/ It’s not about fixing, it’s about coping. Sometimes you need a friend, someone to listen, back then when you were struggling and just needed a bit of help. Using rich metaphors, Crossfade’s writer, David Osborne and member of the trans community, takes your teenaged self for a walk down the beach; discharging those awful things you were thinking and feeling and letting them out. This show is the relaunch of Crossfade Productions, an Auckland based theatre company run by three close friends and colleagues, who believe in working together to create meaningful theatre and develop themselves and their team. This will be their first full-length play since their successful tour of Not About Heroes in 2015, which was a beautiful play about war poets which also featured queer themes. This will be a short tour as part of the Auckland Pride Festival 2020 with starting out with a weeklong season at Garnet Station and finishing off with these two outdoor performances. The following week there will be a limited season at the Coalbunker Studio at the Pumphouse. Monday 17 February 2020, 7.30pm – Monday 17 February 2020, 9.00pm

Auckland Pride: Oldest Friend 2020-02-18 19:30:00 2020-02-18 21:00:00 Pacific/Auckland The PumpHouse Theatre, 2A Manurere Ave, Takapuna, Auckland Auckland Pride: Oldest Friend: Tue 18 Feb 2020 19:30 PM, Cost: Adult $24 Concession $19 Bookings: Buy tickets for PumpHouse Theatre Booking fees may apply, https://ourauckland.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/articles/events/2020/02/auckland-pride-oldest-friend/ It’s not about fixing, it’s about coping. Sometimes you need a friend, someone to listen, back then when you were struggling and just needed a bit of help. Using rich metaphors, Crossfade’s writer, David Osborne and member of the trans community, takes your teenaged self for a walk down the beach; discharging those awful things you were thinking and feeling and letting them out. This show is the relaunch of Crossfade Productions, an Auckland based theatre company run by three close friends and colleagues, who believe in working together to create meaningful theatre and develop themselves and their team. This will be their first full-length play since their successful tour of Not About Heroes in 2015, which was a beautiful play about war poets which also featured queer themes. This will be a short tour as part of the Auckland Pride Festival 2020 with starting out with a weeklong season at Garnet Station and finishing off with these two outdoor performances. The following week there will be a limited season at the Coalbunker Studio at the Pumphouse. Tuesday 18 February 2020, 7.30pm – Tuesday 18 February 2020, 9.00pm

Auckland Pride: Oldest Friend 2020-02-19 19:30:00 2020-02-19 21:00:00 Pacific/Auckland The PumpHouse Theatre, 2A Manurere Ave, Takapuna, Auckland Auckland Pride: Oldest Friend: Wed 19 Feb 2020 19:30 PM, Cost: Adult $24 Concession $19 Bookings: Buy tickets for PumpHouse Theatre Booking fees may apply, https://ourauckland.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/articles/events/2020/02/auckland-pride-oldest-friend/ It’s not about fixing, it’s about coping. Sometimes you need a friend, someone to listen, back then when you were struggling and just needed a bit of help. Using rich metaphors, Crossfade’s writer, David Osborne and member of the trans community, takes your teenaged self for a walk down the beach; discharging those awful things you were thinking and feeling and letting them out. This show is the relaunch of Crossfade Productions, an Auckland based theatre company run by three close friends and colleagues, who believe in working together to create meaningful theatre and develop themselves and their team. This will be their first full-length play since their successful tour of Not About Heroes in 2015, which was a beautiful play about war poets which also featured queer themes. This will be a short tour as part of the Auckland Pride Festival 2020 with starting out with a weeklong season at Garnet Station and finishing off with these two outdoor performances. The following week there will be a limited season at the Coalbunker Studio at the Pumphouse. Wednesday 19 February 2020, 7.30pm – Wednesday 19 February 2020, 9.00pm

Auckland Pride: Oldest Friend 2020-02-20 19:30:00 2020-02-20 21:00:00 Pacific/Auckland The PumpHouse Theatre, 2A Manurere Ave, Takapuna, Auckland Auckland Pride: Oldest Friend: Thu 20 Feb 2020 19:30 PM, Cost: Adult $24 Concession $19 Bookings: Buy tickets for PumpHouse Theatre Booking fees may apply, https://ourauckland.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/articles/events/2020/02/auckland-pride-oldest-friend/ It’s not about fixing, it’s about coping. Sometimes you need a friend, someone to listen, back then when you were struggling and just needed a bit of help. Using rich metaphors, Crossfade’s writer, David Osborne and member of the trans community, takes your teenaged self for a walk down the beach; discharging those awful things you were thinking and feeling and letting them out. This show is the relaunch of Crossfade Productions, an Auckland based theatre company run by three close friends and colleagues, who believe in working together to create meaningful theatre and develop themselves and their team. This will be their first full-length play since their successful tour of Not About Heroes in 2015, which was a beautiful play about war poets which also featured queer themes. This will be a short tour as part of the Auckland Pride Festival 2020 with starting out with a weeklong season at Garnet Station and finishing off with these two outdoor performances. The following week there will be a limited season at the Coalbunker Studio at the Pumphouse. Thursday 20 February 2020, 7.30pm – Thursday 20 February 2020, 9.00pm

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