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A Traveller's Guide to Turkish Dogs

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  • Adult: $35.00 ea
  • Concession: $32.00 ea
  • Under 25s: $25.00 ea
  • Earlybird Adult: $30.00 ea
  • Friend of Circa: $30.00 ea
  • Earlybird Concession: $25.00 ea
  • Additional fees may apply
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Dates

Show more sessions

Restrictions

All Ages

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Circa Theatre

BY Barnaby Olson & company.

Director: Jonathan Price
Producer: A Mulled Whine
Starring: Barnaby Olson, Stevie Hancox-Monk, Andrew Paterson, & Tess Sullivan.

17 Jan – 8 Feb
Preview 16 Jan

Early bird tickets available.

A story of two strays.
Set on the salty and smoky coast of Turkey, against the backdrop of one of humanity’s oldest and richest oral storytelling traditions, Barnaby is on his big OE – and he is coming home with a Turkish tale of his own.

A spellbindingly inventive retelling of a beautifully simple true story – one of friendship, adventure, loyalty, and truth. A Traveller’s Guide to Turkish Dogs is the story of a dog and her man. A journey across continents. It’s the true story of a mad historian, immortal fishermen, and the Mother of Wolves; border crossings, buried treasure, and the value of companionship.

It’s an OE like you’ve never seen or heard. All brought to life by a pack of NZ’s most captivating shape-shifting actors.

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