Sing It Wrong
16th August 2019
Globe Theatre, 312 Main St, Palmerston North. 8.00pm - LATE
Capital Comedy's newest show 'Sing It Wrong' takes songs you know and love and rewrites the lyrics, making them funnier than they ever were before.
This is a show designed to mix the best bits of live music and comedy, hosted by two lovely local ladies Julz Burgisser and Katie Boyle.
Nominated for Best Regular Show at the Wellington Yearly Comedy Awards night ‘The Wellies’ in Nov 2017, you can be sure you’re in for a quality night.
Laugh along, as we take a song and Sing It Wrong.
Sing it Right!
Join Julz, Katie, and The Comedy Hub ensemble at Encore Bar and Cafe after the show where you get to jump up and sing along to your favourite karaoke classics.
Merry Wives of Windsor
21st - 24th August 2019
Tiny Theatre, Garnet Station, 85 Garnet Road, Auckland. 8.00pm - 9.30pm
After 30+ dates around New Zealand, Auckland is getting a taste of Katie Boyle’s critically acclaimed, one-woman Shakespeare romp.
“superb acting . . . a resounding success” - Theatreview (New Plymouth)
“She is a force . . . brings Shakespeare to life” - Theatreview (Nelson)
“par excellence . . . Boyle is a powerhouse” - Theatreview (Dunedin)
“a masterclass in physicality . . . a phenomenal talent” - Theatreview (Palmerston North)
“high-speed romp offers jolly entertainment” - Otago Daily Times
“brilliant . . . keeps the audience enthralled” - River City Press
“We are so lucky to have live theatre of this calibre . . . an excellent performance” - Snowfed (Methven)
with Katie Boyle
25th August 2019
Tiny Theatre, Garnet Station, 85 Garnet Road, Auckland. 1.00pm - 3.00pm
With a decade's experience in performing Shakespeare, Katie Boyle knows how to bring his characters to life.
In this two hour workshop, learn how to break the script into easily learned parts, speak the lines naturally, deliver jokes for maximum effect, and insert audience interaction to bring the audience into the story.
Katie Boyle is in the middle of a 40+ date tour of New Zealand, performing her critically acclaimed solo version of Shakespeare's 'The Merry Wives of Windsor'. She has performed at Pop-Up Globe (2016's Hamlet), Circa Theatre (2017's Crystal Clear Shakespeare), and starred in Romeo and Juliet (Juliet) and The Tragical History of Doctor Faustus (Faustus).