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Pop-up Globe's Twelfth Night

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  • C Reserve: $23.25 each ($20.00 + $3.25 fees)
  • B Reserve: $54.55 each ($50.00 + $4.55 fees)
  • B Reserve: $54.55 each ($50.00 + $4.55 fees)
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  • Sat 17 Feb 2024, 7:30pm–10:00pm
  • Sun 18 Feb 2024, 1:00pm–3:30pm
  • Wed 21 Feb 2024, 6:30pm–9:00pm
  • Fri 23 Feb 2024, 7:30pm–10:00pm
  • Sat 24 Feb 2024, 2:30pm–5:00pm

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The Pop-up Globe Shakespeare Company is delighted to return with its hit new production of Twelfth Night, one of Shakespeare’s best-known and most- loved comedies.

This isn’t dusty old Shakespeare – this is alive, like a party.

Rowdy, rambunctious & joyful, welcome to Twelfth Night, Pop-up Globe style. We’ve missed you!

And this time, it’s luxe! Enjoy all you know and love from Pop-up Globe - one stage surrounded by audience members on three sides; one cast of 15 performers presenting 2 full productions of Shakespeare’s masterworks; a beautiful Jacobean set and costumes; music, fights and dance; beauty, bawdiness and smut; the lights on so everyone shares the same space, the same light; a cast some of whom you know and love, and some we can’t wait to introduce you to; and some of the most wonderful comedy ever written - this time with the luxury of a roof, comfy seats and air con!

This is the production which recently sold out most of its run at Auckland’s Q Theatre. It was a hit with our audiences. Feedback on our socials included –
“The best rendition of Twelfth Night I have ever seen!”
“Amazing first night – so glad you are back!”
We’re delighted to bring this production to SkyCity Theatre in February.

Tickets start from $20 plus fees. There are only 7 performances. We recommend booking quickly - sessions for the recent season at Q Theatre sold out fast. Earlybird prices end Sunday 31 December.

This season also includes Pop-up Globe’s new production of Romeo & Juliet.

Come with us. The game’s afoot…

The season
In February the Pop-up Globe Shakespeare Company is popping up at Auckland’s SkyCity Theatre to present two of Shakespeare’s best-known and most-loved plays
A rowdy, rambunctious and joyful production of comedy Twelfth Night, and
A bawdy, bloodthirsty and beautiful production of tragedy Romeo & Juliet
The season opens in the week of Valentine’s Day 2024 and closes on Sunday 25 February. See one or see them both before the season closes.

Tickets start from $20, plus applicable fees & charges, for seats on stage, up close & personal with the actors. 

Romeo & Juliet
Also at SkyCity in February, the Pop-up Globe Shakespeare Company will be performing Pop-up Globe’s new production of Romeo & Juliet, including a special performance – the second preview - on Valentine’s Day. Book via Eventfinda.

Our hosts at SkyCity Auckland have been generous in their support for this season. Whether you’re traveling from across town or across the country, we recommend enjoying SkyCity when you’re here. To book a room at one of the hotels, check out dining options and book a table, or find out about the property and see what’s on at SkyCity, visit 

Pop-up Globe’s comeback has begun
We have been humbled by the overwhelming support we have received since announcing Pop-up Globe’s comeback. Thank you!

When Shakespeare’s company couldn’t perform at the Globe due to plague in London, they went on the road and delighted audiences in existing venues. This was so successful they made performances in indoor venues a part of their work.

We are aiming to do the same. This is a big goal. To achieve it, we’re on a mission to delight every single member of our audience every time we get to perform.

This season has been made possible by presenting sponsor, law firm Anthony Harper; our hosts at SkyCity; platinum sponsors Lumo Digital and Eventfinda; and TBK Capital. We’ve been working with all these organisations for a long time and are grateful for their support.

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